Art d'Asie

Art d'Asie

Sale Overview

Christie’s Art d’Asie auction in Paris features a curated selection of works from private European and Asian collections spanning more than 3000 years of Asian art. The sale showcases important Buddhist art, art of the Samourai, Japanese screens, early ceramics, Ming and Qing dynasty porcelain, jade carvings, cloisonné enamels, lacquer, huanghuali furniture, textiles and classical and modern Chinese paintings. Highlights include two major gilt-bronze figures of Bodhisattvas dating circa 13TH century from an Important European Private Collection; a pair of exceptionally large pottery camels from the Tang dynasty (618-907) from a European private collection ; a rare Yongle mark and period lacquer box and cover from the collection of his royal highness the Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester; an impressive Khmer torso of a male deity from Angkor Wat period, 12th century from an important Belgian collection; an exquisite Imperial painted enamel covered bowl and its saucer, Yongzheng-Qianlong period (1723-1795); a blue and white ‘Boys’ jar bearing a Wanli mark and of the period coming from a French private collection; a remarkable painting from Fu Baoshi called Three scholars from a French private collection ;  a rare white jade quadripod censer and cover, Tulu dating from Qianlong period (1736-1795) in La Rochefoucauld Family since the 19th century;  and an embroidered apricot-yellow silk ‘dragon robe’, Daoguang period (1851-61).

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