album leaves; ink on paper
29 x 38cm x 10 (11 3/8 x 15in.)
hand scroll; ink and color on silk
In the Qing Dynasty
Ink and Color on paper
13 3/4×413 3/8 in.
Established in late 2012, the Classical Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy Department of Poly Auction Hong Kong was teamed up by experts of antiques and artefacts and researchers on art history and art marketing. The main service scope of the Department includes consigning, safekeeping, showcasing and researching Chinese calligraphy and paintings of the past dynasties. In the 2013 autumn auctions, several pieces broke artists’ auction records, of which Shi Qu Bao Ji and The Ten Views of the West Lake by Dong Bangda broke the record in person ink paintings by fetching a whopping HK$30.475 million. Watching Pine Trees in She Mountain, Painted for Mu Dazhan by Lu Can features 81 inscriptions from the Qing Dynasty to the Republican years and is therefore of very high historical value which provides a wealth of historiographical evidence of the communication between the Qing scholars. We have carried out a considerable amount of research and analysis and this piece of artwork was finally sold for HK$21.275 million. In 2015 autumn auctions, Qing Dynasty hand-painted scroll by Feng Ning, A Glance of Nanjing City, garnered great attention from collectors and was sold at the price of HK$51.92 million.
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