25 mars 2010

Two 'famille-rose' porcelains. Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period

A 'famille-rose' 'eggshell' plate. Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period. photo courtesy Sotheby's delicately painted with an interior setting of a seated woman with two boys, the everted rim with an intricate floral border in gilding outlined in rouge-de-fer - diameter 8 3/4 in., 21.4cm. Est. 8,000—10,000 USD. Lot Sold 23,750 USD PROVENANCE: Christie's London, 8th November, 2005, lot 127.S. Marchant & Son, London, 2006. EXHIBITED: Tentoonstelling van Oude Kunst, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 1936 (according to label). A... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2010

Painting by Paul Klee Stolen from NYC in 1989 is Found by Montreal Gallery Owner

The painting by Swiss artist Paul Klee that was stolen from a New York gallery more than 20 years ago. AP Photo/U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement NEW YORK, NY (AP).- A painting by Swiss artist Paul Klee that was stolen from a New York gallery in 1989 been recovered after a Montreal gallery owner became suspicious and turned it over to U.S. authorities. Robert Landau turned the 1930 painting, "Portrait in the Garden," by the neo-impressionist artist over to U.S. authorities after a Florida art dealer tried to... [Lire la suite]
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25 mars 2010

A red and blue overlay glass bottle vase. Qianlong mark, probably of the period

A red and blue overlay glass bottle vase. Qianlong mark, probably of the period. photo courtesy Sotheby's of pear shape, carved around the exterior through thick blue and transparent red layers to a white ground depicting two qilong dragons and five bats amid cloud scrolls and flowers - height 8 in., 20.4 cm. Est. 12,000—15,000 USD. Lot Sold 128,500 USD Sotheby's. Fine Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art. 23 Mar 2010. New York www.sothebys.com
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25 mars 2010

Belle paire de statuettes de chinois, Italie, Piémont, XVIIIe siècle

Belle paire de statuettes de chinois, Italie, Piémont, XVIIIe siècle. photo courtesy Sotheby's terre cuite peinte polychrome, les têtes mobiles en papier maché. haut. 35 et 37 cm - Est. 10,000—15,000 EUR. Lot Sold 18,750 EUR. Sotheby's. Collection Violette de Talleyrand, Duchesse de Sagan, Former collection Gaston Palewski. 18 Mar 10. Paris www.sothebys.com
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25 mars 2010

Jean Boggio, "Jungle vanitas"

Jean Boggio, "Jungle vanitas", sérigraphie sur soie "Une vanité qui est un hymne a la vie. La jungle , la nature reprend ses droits sur la mort." Jean Boggio. Je suis allé rendre visite aujourd'hui à Jean. Il y avait aussi une boucle de ceinture en argent et il nous prépare d'autres vanités, à suivre avec impatience !  http://www.jeanboggioforfranz.com/
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25 mars 2010

VIETNAM. Chimère en or

VIETNAM. Chimère en or 18 cts 211,70 gr - H. 12/11 cm porte une inscription de l'Empereur MINH MANG (1820-1841) sur un socle en bois de fer - Estimation : 3000/5000€ VENTE AUX ENCHèRES LE DIMANCHE 28 MARS à RUEIL-MALMAISON PAR SCP GILLET-SEURAT MORETTON ET SARL AGS POINCARE. Tél. : 01.47.25.00.87 - Fax : 01.47.21.86.59 - Email : gillet-moretton@interencheres.com
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