Asian Art at Christie’s Paris

  • Event date 27 June - 12 July
  • Event location Paris

Christie’s Paris presents two Asian Art auctions, which will be exhibited together from 2 to 5 July. The Art d’Asie live sale will be held on 6 July and the Art of Asia online auction will be launched on 27 June and will last until 12 July.

 

Both of these showcase Ming and Qing dynasty porcelain from several private European collections, jade carvings, cloisonné enamels and lacquer.

 

The Art d’Asie live auction in Paris features a selection of works spanning more than 3000 years of Asian art. Classical and modern Chinese paintings will be presented next to highlights such as a rare imperial cinnabar and ochre lacquer ‘dragon’ circular box. Christie’s Paris will also present a part of the Galerie Duchange collection as well as an important selection of imperial porcelain, lacquer boxes and cloisonné enamels from a French private collection never offered on the market before.

 

Christie’s Art of Asia online auction features highlights including another part of the Galerie Duchange collection with porcelains and scholar’s objects.

Highlights exhibition

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Exhibition at the Pagoda during Printemps Asiatique Paris

A selection of highlights from the Art d’Asie live auction are exhibited at the Pagode during the Printemps Asiatique from 8 to 12 June.

Location
48 rue de Courcelles
75008, Paris

Viewing times
8–12 June, 11am – 7pm

Thursday, 9 June until 10:00pm



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Image credits:

© Claude Germain