16 March 2015
A BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH POT
KANGXI PERIOD (1662-1722)
The heavily potted, waisted brushpot is decorated with a continuous river landscape with jutting mountain formations and with a lone fisherman in a boat. The base is inscribed with an apocryphal Chenghua mark.
5 ¼ in. (13.3 cm) high
Bluett & Sons, Ltd., London, 1983.
Collection of Julia and John Curtis.
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