Asian Arts

18th Oct, 2022 10:00 EDT




asian arts


Freeman’s October 18 Asian Arts auction is led by a pair of Chinese Huanghuali yolk-back armchairs, finely crafted in the 17th/18th century and formerly in the collection of an American foreign service officer. Collectors of Chinese vase forms will find several exceptional examples in the October sale, notably a pair of Chinese champlevé cloisonné enamel gilt metal gu-form vases, and a striking Chinese gilt-repoussé-embellished cloisonné vase featuring a five-clawed dragon chasing a flaming jewel around the vase’s neck and shoulder. Chinese porcelain, furniture, and artistry define the saleincluding calligraphy and works on paper by Qi Baishi, Qi Gong, Wang Ti, Huang Junbi, and morebut Asian Arts features highly collectible works from throughout Asia, including Japan, Korea, India, and Nepal. Such highlights include an exhibition-quality Japanese lacquered table screen from the Meiji period, a pair of Japanese gilt-lacquered carved wood figures, and a Korean eight-panel screenall presenting unique bidding opportunities for collectors interested in the highest-caliber craftsmanship and artistry from across the region the market has to offer.


Name: Ben Farina
Telephone: 267.414.1219

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Asian Arts (220)

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Kawase Hasui (4)

Chen Baochen (2)

Que Hanqian (2)

Kyozan (Yoshisada) Yamamoto (2)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (2)

Zhao Baishan (1)

Qi Baishi (1)

Pieter Irwin Brown (1)

Zhou Feng (1)

Huang Junbi (1)

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Lot 2
Three Chinese archaistic bronzes 青铜饰三件

Sold for $1,638
Estimated at $1,000 - $1,500


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