Press Releases tagged with Chinese scroll paintings

Lot 9, “Bodhi Under Linden Tree” by Qi Baishi (1864 - 1957), ink-and-color on paper.

Fine Chinese Scroll Paintings Under Hammer At Gianguan Auctions New York on June 8th.

Released: May 19, 2014

In its first New York flagship-gallery sale since announcing a ten-country global expansion strategy, Gianguan Auctions New York will offer a strong showing of historical, modern and contemporary Chinese scroll paintings by blue-chip artists on Sunday, June 8. The auction will be conducted at the original Gianguan auction gallery at 295 Madison Avenue. The morning season of paintings is well-rounded with figurative works by known Chinese modern artists, traditional landscapes and Chinese ink. Leading the  figurative paintings is Lot 32, “Galloping Horses” by Xu Beihong (1895 - 1...


Spring Time, a Southern Song Dynasty painting by painter Ma Lin with parrots, peacocks and cherry blossoms.  Lot 37.  $1,000,000 - $1,500,000.

Historic & Modern Chinese Paintings Lead Gianguan Auctions 11th Annual Asia Week Sale

Released: February 19, 2014

To mark the 11th running of its spring auction during New York’s Asia Week, Gianguan Auctions has assembled a top-notch collection historic and modern scroll paintings and works of art that will hold special appeal for collectors. The auction, slated for Sunday, March 16, at 295 Madison Avenue, will be conducted in two sessions. The first session beginning at 11 a.m. is exclusively paintings. The highlight of the paintings is Spring Time, an ink and color on paper scroll by Southern Song Dynasty court painter Ma Lin (ca. 1180—after 1256), whose famous father Ma Yuan taught him the ar...


Qi Baishi Autumn Lotus Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper

Qi Baishi Paintings Among the Chinese Art and Decorations at Hong Kong Auctions New York June 12 Sale

Released: June 1, 2011

New York City summer specialty auctions often carry a broader variety of collections than at other times of year. Proof of this are the Qi Baishi paintings to be found among the antique and vintage Chinese collectibles in Hong Kong Auctions New York June 12 sale. A Qi Baishi inkwash recently set an auction record of $65.4 million on May 23. It will be interesting to see if the record sparks a run on the Hong Kong Auctions paintings. Lot 30 is Qi Baishi's "Ducks in a Lotus Pond" that carries a catalog high estimate of $120,000. Lot 60 is Qi Baishi's "Crow at Dusk." It is expected to top $...


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