London, South Kensington
14 May 2010
A MINIATURE TABLE VASE
REPUBLIC PERIOD (1912-1949), JIANGXI PORCELAIN COMPANY SIX CHARACTER IRON-RED MARK, ARTISTS SIGNATURE READING HE XUREN (1882-1940)
The square sectioned vase finely painted with a mountainous and river snow scene
4¾in. (12cm.) high
C.Y.Tse. Hong Kong.
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He Xuren (1882-1940)
A second generation of the literati school of porcelain painting and one of the Eight friends of Zhushan.
Famous for both his snow scenes and as a miniature calligrapher.
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