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Auction Description for Potomack: October 6th Fine Collections Auction

October 6th Fine Collections Auction

by Potomack Company

Platinum House

417 lots with images

October 6, 2013

Live Auction

1120 North Fairfax Street

Alexandria, VA, 22314 USA

Phone: 703.684.4550

Fax: 703.684.4554

Email: info@potomackcompany.com

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CHINESE ANCESTOR PORTRAIT

Lot 550: CHINESE ANCESTOR PORTRAIT

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Description: CHINESE ANCESTOR PORTRAIT ink and color on paper, portrait of a seated female dignitary, now framed -- 35 x 18 in. (sight size)

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CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED LOWER-RANKING NOBLEWOMAN'S SURCOAT

Lot 551: CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED LOWER-RANKING NOBLEWOMAN'S SURCOAT

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Description: CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERED LOWER-RANKING NOBLEWOMAN'S SURCOAT 19th C., of typical form in dark blue silk satin, embroidered with couched gold thread longevity characters and floral roundels above li shui at hem

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CHINESE NINE DRAGON SUMMER ROBE

Lot 551A: CHINESE NINE DRAGON SUMMER ROBE

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Description: CHINESE NINE DRAGON SUMMER ROBE the traditional robe of gauze embroidered with a couched gold thread design of nine dragons amidst cloud scrolls and with flaming pearls, trimmed with couched gold and brocade bands, pierced gilt bronze buttons Provenance: Domimex Antiques & Rugs, LLC

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LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH C. LARGE CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERY ON SILK TEXTILE

Lot 552: LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH C. LARGE CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERY ON SILK TEXTILE

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Description: LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH C. LARGE CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERY ON SILK TEXTILE made up as a flat wall hanging or bed cover, of pale gold silk, beautifully rendered expert silk satin stitch embroidery of flowers, animals, figures, backed, with coordinating cord edge border - approx. h:10' x w:6'5" h:10 w:6.50 in. Provenance: acquired 1928-1939 by consignor's grandfather who was a Consular Official in Chongquing in 1939, leaving prior to the Japanese invasion, to Boston.

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GROUP OF CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES AND MINIATURES

Lot 553: GROUP OF CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES AND MINIATURES

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Description: GROUP OF CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES AND MINIATURES including a flattened rectangular four-color overlay Beijing glass bottle with ground down rim, a molded porcelain famille rose bottle with enhanced apocryphal Qianlong mark, a blue over white Beijing glass bottle with Buddhistic emblems, an inside painted snuff bottle decorated with children at play, a Suzhou agate type small rounded bottle with pale carved butterfly and leaf designs, a small carnelian agate flattened carved with flowers and foliage, a quartz bottle of rounded rectangular shape carved with cell-pattern, a carved dark horn bottle, a small flattened agate bottle with carved border decoration, a miniature ding with apocryphal Wanli marks, a small blue and white bottle with apocryphal Qing date, a small bottle vase and a miniature malachite shuff bottle and cover (a lot)

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UNUSUAL MOLDED AND INCISED CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE

Lot 554: UNUSUAL MOLDED AND INCISED CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE

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Description: UNUSUAL MOLDED AND INCISED CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLE incised with a quote from Su Dongpo, the "Drunken Poet", of creamy honey tone and flattened spade shape, the front inlaid with a central Shou character encircled within a ring of bats, the reverse with inscription and shoulders with ribbon-hung masks and faux rings

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PAIR OF CHINESE INSIDE PAINTED MASTER SNUFF BOTTLES MOUNTED AS LAMPS

Lot 555: PAIR OF CHINESE INSIDE PAINTED MASTER SNUFF BOTTLES MOUNTED AS LAMPS

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Description: PAIR OF CHINESE INSIDE PAINTED MASTER SNUFF BOTTLES MOUNTED AS LAMPS the large bottles painted on the inside with a design of butterflies in flight over flowers and rockwork, with handpainted matching silk shades, both mounted on shaped wood bases (2) - h:5.50 in. Provenance: Private Richmond, Virginia, collection

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CHINESE SILVER INGOT

Lot 556: CHINESE SILVER INGOT "YUAN BAO"

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Description: CHINESE SILVER INGOT "YUAN BAO" marked "Shandong Yan ke" to inside h:2 w:2.50 d:1.50 in.

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ISLAMIC STYLE BRASS CUP AND BOWL

Lot 556A: ISLAMIC STYLE BRASS CUP AND BOWL

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Description: ISLAMIC STYLE BRASS CUP AND BOWL with red and green enamel decoration; bowl inscribed 16981 in script on base, cup - h: 5.25 in., bowl - h: 2 in., dia: 4.5 in. Provenance: Straus Family Private Art Collection

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CHINESE CARVED LACQUER TEN-PANEL SCREEN

Lot 557: CHINESE CARVED LACQUER TEN-PANEL SCREEN

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Description: CHINESE CARVED LACQUER TEN-PANEL SCREEN 19th C., reverse with calligraphic inscription by General Yen Zhimeng, dated 1664, written by the command of Emperor Kangxi, decorated in the traditional taste with flowering trees, plants and rockery, with birds in flight in color and reserved on a black ground, all atop open section and bracket feet

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CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE JAR AND A COVER

Lot 558: CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE JAR AND A COVER

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Description: CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE JAR AND A COVER handsomely painted in the Kangxi taste with lappets and floral decoration, now mounted as a table lamp; together with a large Japanese blue and white jar and cover, the cover with old damage to rim (2)

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FOUR BRONZE AND BRASS BOWLS AND ONE ASHTRAY

Lot 558A: FOUR BRONZE AND BRASS BOWLS AND ONE ASHTRAY

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Description: FOUR BRONZE AND BRASS BOWLS AND ONE ASHTRAY including one possibly Ming (pictured far left). Two with tripod bases, one with footed base, and several with intricate etched designs. Ashtray marked Noroia. Tallest bowl - h: 4.5 in. Provenance: Straus Family Private Art Collection

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CHINESE HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE, QING DYNASTY

Lot 559: CHINESE HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE, QING DYNASTY

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Description: CHINESE HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE, QING DYNASTY the rectangular top over cloud carved apron and spandrels and a pair of straight legs joined on each side by plain stretchers - h:35.75 w:55.50 d:17.75 in.

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PAIR OF CHINESE HARDWOOD HORSESHOE ARM CHAIRS

Lot 560: PAIR OF CHINESE HARDWOOD HORSESHOE ARM CHAIRS

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Description: PAIR OF CHINESE HARDWOOD HORSESHOE ARM CHAIRS having a typical horseshoe shaped crest rail and curvilinear arms over a shaped backsplat over a plank seat and raised on straight legs with low connecting stretcher - h:38.25 w:23 d:16.50 in.

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ASIAN HARDWOOD LOW TABLE

Lot 561: ASIAN HARDWOOD LOW TABLE

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Description: ASIAN HARDWOOD LOW TABLE having a rectangular molded top with two boards over a carved arpon and raised on square section legs - h:20.50 w:20.50 in.

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RARE CHINESE SANDSTONE CARVED HEAD OF BODHISATTVA, PROBABLY FROM CAVE 17 AT YUNGANG

Lot 562: RARE CHINESE SANDSTONE CARVED HEAD OF BODHISATTVA, PROBABLY FROM CAVE 17 AT YUNGANG

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Description: RARE CHINESE SANDSTONE CARVED HEAD OF BODHISATTVA, PROBABLY FROM CAVE 17 AT YUNGANG published in situ in E. Chavannes, Mission Archeologique Dans La Chine Septentrionale, Pl. CXLII, purchased from Professor Benjamin W. Rowland Jr. , Harvard Fogg Museum - h:10 w:6 d:5 in. Provenance: Professor Benjamin M. Rowland Jr. of Harvard Fogg Museum; by 1938 until about 1954; Howard Hollis & Company: Far Eastern Art until November 1954; purchased and by descent to the present owner

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MENGZI (372-289 bce) MENCIUS Woodblock print: 7 x 4 5/8 in. (18 x 11.5 cm)

Lot 563: MENGZI (372-289 bce) MENCIUS Woodblock print: 7 x 4 5/8 in. (18 x 11.5 cm)

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Description: MENGZI (372-289 bce) 經部/四書類; 孟子七卷 (宋)朱熹集註; 清刻本,四冊 18x11.5cm; 1960年以 $5.50購入(王濟遠,見第1條)。 MENCIUS Woodblock print: 7 x 4 5/8 in. (18 x 11.5 cm) 4 books; with notes by Zhu Xi (1130-1200); Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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XU SHEN ( AUTHOR) XU XUAN (EDITOR) MAO JIN (RE-EDITED) (HAN DYNASTY) (SONG Ad 986) (MING 1640-1713) ORIGIN OF CHINESE CHARACTERS- SH...

Lot 564: XU SHEN ( AUTHOR) XU XUAN (EDITOR) MAO JIN (RE-EDITED) (HAN DYNASTY) (SONG Ad 986) (MING 1640-1713) ORIGIN OF CHINESE CHARACTERS- SH...

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Description: XU SHEN ( AUTHOR) XU XUAN (EDITOR) MAO JIN (RE-EDITED) (HAN DYNASTY) (SONG Ad 986) (MING 1640-1713) 經部/小學類; 說文解字三十卷 (漢)許慎撰(宋)徐鉉校定; 明末虞山毛氏覆宋刊清吳大澂批註本,八冊 29x18cm; 冊一封面題:許叔重說文解字;毛斧季(1640-1713)再校本;己亥年(1900)購戊申(1908)重裝記。; 各冊封面書:濟遠藏、許說文、卷目。王濟遠,見第1條。; 每冊均有朱墨筆蠅楷眉批詳註,疑吳大澂(1835-1902)手跡。吳大澂,清末金石書畫大家。 ORIGIN OF CHINESE CHARACTERS- SHUO WEN JIE ZI Wood block and ink on rice paper: 11 1/2 x 7 in. (29 x 18 cm.) Volumes 1-8; hand written notes scattered throughout the volumes possibly by Wu Dacheng (1835-1902); on the cover of the first volume in calligraphy: re-edited by Mao Jin (1640-1713); n.p., n.d. Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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LIANG SHU 4th year of Qianlong (1739) HISTORY OF LIANG DYNASTY Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 10 3/4 x 6 3/4 in. (27.5 x 17 cm)

Lot 565: LIANG SHU 4th year of Qianlong (1739) HISTORY OF LIANG DYNASTY Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 10 3/4 x 6 3/4 in. (27.5 x 17 cm)

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Description: LIANG SHU 4th year of Qianlong (1739) 史部/正史類; 梁書五十六卷 (唐)姚思廉撰; 清乾隆四年(1739)武英殿校刋本,一函八冊27.5x17cm; 是書包含本纪六卷、列传五十卷,无表志。主要记述了南朝萧齐末年的政治和萧梁皇朝(502-557)五十余年史事。姚思廉(557-637)撰《梁书》,除了继承他父亲的遗稿以外,还参考、吸取了梁、陈、隋历朝史家编撰梁史的成果。版心上鐫“乾隆四年校刊”,應武英殿刻本。; 各冊封面書:濟遠藏、念四史、梁書、卷目,皆出王濟遠手,王濟遠,第1條。 HISTORY OF LIANG DYNASTY Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 10 3/4 x 6 3/4 in. (27.5 x 17 cm) Eight bound volumes enclosed in one folding case; court edition; each volume has the volume number brushed by the artist and calligrapher Wang Jiyuan; there are random paper watermarks; Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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ZHANG DERONG (1820-1888) JIN SHI JU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 13 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (35 x 21.5 cm)

Lot 566: ZHANG DERONG (1820-1888) JIN SHI JU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 13 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (35 x 21.5 cm)

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Description: ZHANG DERONG (1820-1888) 史部/正史類; 梁書五十六卷 (唐)姚思廉撰; 清乾隆四年(1739)武英殿校刋本,一函八冊27.5x17cm; 是書包含本纪六卷、列传五十卷,无表志。主要记述了南朝萧齐末年的政治和萧梁皇朝(502-557)五十余年史事。姚思廉(557-637)撰《梁书》,除了继承他父亲的遗稿以外,还参考、吸取了梁、陈、隋历朝史家编撰梁史的成果。版心上鐫“乾隆四年校刊”,應武英殿刻本。; 各冊封面書:濟遠藏、念四史、梁書、卷目,皆出王濟遠手,王濟遠,第1條。 JIN SHI JU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper: 13 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (35 x 21.5 cm) Fourteen bound volumes (four, five and fourteen are missing); handwritten catalogue; ink on rice paper: (10 1/4 x 5 1/2 in; 26 x 14 cm); collector's seal in 1st volume, on front blank page; Zhang Derong was a paintings collector notably Wu Zhen "Fishermen, after Jing Ha," Freer Gallery, Washington, DC (F 1937.12) Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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MOUNT OMEI - OMEI ILLUSTRATED GUIDE BOOK 12 3/4 x 7 1/4 in. (32 x 18.3 cm)

Lot 567: MOUNT OMEI - OMEI ILLUSTRATED GUIDE BOOK 12 3/4 x 7 1/4 in. (32 x 18.3 cm)

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Description: MOUNT OMEI - OMEI ILLUSTRATED GUIDE BOOK 新版峨山圖志不分卷 (清)黃綬芙、譚鍾嶽原著; 俞子丹重繪; (泰西)費爾樸譯; 民國二十五年(1936)成都華西大學哈佛燕京社叢書本,一冊 32x18.3cm; 此书是以外国文字介绍峨眉山的第一部著作,开本阔大,中英对照,内收峨眉山图六十四幅,由俞子丹据光绪原本重绘付印。哈佛燕京学社创立于1928年,在东西方文化交流中占有重要地位。译者费尔朴为华西大学英文系教授、哲学博士。; 丙申二月濟遠藏書自題「濟」(朱方)(王濟遠1893-1975,見第1條) 12 3/4 x 7 1/4 in. (32 x 18.3 cm) 1 volume; original material dates 1891; West China Union University Published: Chengdu, Sichuan, China 1936; calligraphy by Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 568: "ZHOU JINWEN CUN" - COLLECTION OF BRONZE RUBBINGS Rubbings on rice paper: 13 1/2 x 9 3/8 in. (34 x 24 cm)

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Description: "ZHOU JINWEN CUN" - COLLECTION OF BRONZE RUBBINGS 史部/金石類; 周金文存六卷(存一卷) 鄒安編次; 民國十年 (1921) 廣倉學宭影印本,存卷六上下二冊 34x24cm Rubbings on rice paper: 13 1/2 x 9 3/8 in. (34 x 24 cm) Volume 6 Parts 1 and 2; published by Guang Cang Xue Qun, 1921. Compilation by Zou An (1864-1940) similar to 32393-105 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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MA HENG

Lot 569: MA HENG "HAN SHI JING JI CUN" - COLLECTION OF HAN STONE RUBBINGS. 175 AD Rubbings: 15 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. (39 x 29 cm)

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Description: MA HENG "HAN SHI JING JI CUN" - COLLECTION OF HAN STONE RUBBINGS. 175 AD 史部/金石類; 漢石經集存 馬𧗾著; 1957年科學院出版社刊本,一函二冊 39x29cm; 漢熹平四年 (175) 立石; Rubbings: 15 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. (39 x 29 cm) 2 books enclosed in 1 folding case; original compilation by Ma Heng (1881-1955), continuted post-mortem by Xu Sen Yu (1881-1971); published by the Chinese Academy of Science, Department of Archaeology, Beijing, 1957 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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HU TIE HUA (CHINESE, 1841-1895)

Lot 570: HU TIE HUA (CHINESE, 1841-1895) "TAI WAN JI LU" - RECORD OF TAIWAN Print: 9 1/2 x 5 3/8 in. (24.2 x 13.5 cm)

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Description: HU TIE HUA (CHINESE, 1841-1895) 史部/地理類; 臺灣記錄兩種 (清)胡傳(1841-1895)著,羅爾綱 (1901-1997) 、胡適 (1891-1962)校編; 台灣省文獻委員會印行台灣叢書第三種,存上冊一冊 24.2 x 13.5cm; 民國四十年 (1951) 黄純青於晴園序 "TAI WAN JI LU" - RECORD OF TAIWAN Print: 9 1/2 x 5 3/8 in. (24.2 x 13.5 cm) One bound volume (first of two, missing the second); published by Taiwan Shen Wen Xuan; preface written by Huang Shen Qing, 1951 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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YU SHENG WU (CHINESE, 1896-1984)

Lot 571: YU SHENG WU (CHINESE, 1896-1984) "SHANG ZHOU JING WEN LU YI" - COLLECTION OF BRONZE SCRIPT Print on paper: 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in. (29.2...

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Description: YU SHENG WU (CHINESE, 1896-1984) 史部/金石類; 商周金文錄遺 于省吾(1896-1984)編著 ; 1957年北京科學出版社印行,一冊29.2x22.2cm "SHANG ZHOU JING WEN LU YI" - COLLECTION OF BRONZE SCRIPT Print on paper: 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in. (29.2 x 22.2 cm) One bound volume; published Beijing, "Beijing Kexue" 1957; compiled by Yu Sheng Wu Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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LUO ZHEN YU (CHINESE, 1866-1940)

Lot 572: LUO ZHEN YU (CHINESE, 1866-1940) "YINXU SHU QI QIAN BIAN" - THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES AT YINXU 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. (18.5 x 13 cm)

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Description: LUO ZHEN YU (CHINESE, 1866-1940) 史部/金石類; 殷墟書契前編(存一冊) 羅振玉編; 壬子年(1912)羅振玉(1866-1940)撰並序於日本永慕園; 藝文印書館印行本,上一冊 18.5x13cm "YINXU SHU QI QIAN BIAN" - THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES AT YINXU 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. (18.5 x 13 cm) One bound volume; written in Japan; printed in 1912; published by Yi Wen Yin Shuguan Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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LAO GAN BIAN CHINESE ( 1907-2003)

Lot 573: LAO GAN BIAN CHINESE ( 1907-2003) "JU YAN HANJIAN" DOCUMENTS OF THE HAN DYNASTY ON WOODEN SLIPS FROM EDSIN GOL 15 x 11 in. (38 x 28...

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Description: LAO GAN BIAN CHINESE ( 1907-2003) 史部/金石類; 居延漢簡圖版之部 勞榦編; 民國46年(1957)臺北中央研究院歷史語言研究所景印本(中央研究院歷史語言研究所專刊之二十一)一函一冊 38x28cm; 函套書「居延漢蕳」(王濟遠1893-1975,見第1條) "JU YAN HANJIAN" DOCUMENTS OF THE HAN DYNASTY ON WOODEN SLIPS FROM EDSIN GOL 15 x 11 in. (38 x 28 cm) 21st Special Publication of Academia Sineca, Department of History and Language, Taipei , Taiwan, China, 1957; reverse of cover decorated with calligraphy by Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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GUO MORUO (CHINESE, 1892-1978) STONE DRUM STUDIES Woodblock on bible paper: 10 1/4 x 7 1/2 in. (26 x 19 cm)

Lot 574: GUO MORUO (CHINESE, 1892-1978) STONE DRUM STUDIES Woodblock on bible paper: 10 1/4 x 7 1/2 in. (26 x 19 cm)

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Description: GUO MORUO (CHINESE, 1892-1978) 史部/金石類; 石鼓文硏究不分卷 郭沫若撰; 1955年7月北京人民出版社印本,一冊 26x19cm STONE DRUM STUDIES Woodblock on bible paper: 10 1/4 x 7 1/2 in. (26 x 19 cm) Published; Beijing July 1955 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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PAN TIAN SHOU (CHINESE, 1897-1971)

Lot 575: PAN TIAN SHOU (CHINESE, 1897-1971) "ZHONGGUO HUIHUA SHI" - CHINESE ART HISTORY 22.7 x 15.5 cm

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Description: PAN TIAN SHOU (CHINESE, 1897-1971) 史部/雜史類; 中國繪畫史 潘天壽著; 民國25年(1936)商務印書館大學叢本,精裝本一冊 22.7x15.5cm; 收藏印:黃山水南雙塘畫房藏書417號 "ZHONGGUO HUIHUA SHI" - CHINESE ART HISTORY 22.7 x 15.5 cm One bound volume, hard cover; first edition, 1936; printed by The Commercial Press, Shanghai; bookstore Huangshan Shui Nan Shuang Tang Hua Fang catalogue stamp #417 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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HE TONG AND SU XUEN MING (1623) (1553-1626) SEAL CATALOGUE- YIN SHU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper with seals stamped in red: 11...

Lot 576: HE TONG AND SU XUEN MING (1623) (1553-1626) SEAL CATALOGUE- YIN SHU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper with seals stamped in red: 11...

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Description: HE TONG AND SU XUEN MING (1623) (1553-1626) 子部/藝術類; 印史五卷 (明)何通著; 清朱墨套印本,一函六冊 28.5x15.5cm; 何通,字不違,又字不韦。江苏太仓人。攻秦汉古印,取史传人物,各为其刻私印,系以小传,成《印史》五卷。苏宣、朱简、陈万言、王亮、陈元素等均为之写序。他充分吸纳秦汉印玺特点篆刻,且追求印鉴风格各不相同。何通《印史》撰成后,于明天启年间刻钤出版,印量有限。; 收藏印:宋薰之印(朱白方)、拂雲居士(朱方)、方慧共賞(朱方)。王方宇(1913-1997)海内外研究八大的权威及最重要收藏家之一。美國耶魯大學和西東大學教授。他去世后,其子王少方根据父亲遗嘱,将王氏所收八大书画精华,皆捐赠给华盛顿佛利尔美术馆。; 朱錦函套,白玉質函籤一對。 SEAL CATALOGUE- YIN SHU Woodblock print, ink on rice paper with seals stamped in red: 11 1/4 x 6 in. (28.5 x 15.5 cm) Six bound volumes; includes original silk folding case made with early silk fabric and white jade toggles; collectors seal in volume one, on first page Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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MAO JIN (1599-1659)

Lot 577: MAO JIN (1599-1659) "XUAN HE SHU PU JI GU GE BAN" - TREATISE ON CALLIGRAPHY DURING THE XUAN HE REIGN EMPEROR HUI ZONG Woodblock prin...

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Description: MAO JIN (1599-1659) 子部/藝術類; 宣和書譜二十卷(存十卷) (宋)佚名撰(明)毛晉訂; 明崇禎虞山毛氏汲古閣刊本,一函二冊24.7x16.7cm; 卷端題“明海虞毛晉訂”。; 函套書:「汲古閣版」; 封面墨筆題:書名、卷數及“濟遠藏”,王濟遠(1893-1975)見第一條。 "XUAN HE SHU PU JI GU GE BAN" - TREATISE ON CALLIGRAPHY DURING THE XUAN HE REIGN EMPEROR HUI ZONG Woodblock print: 9 7/8 x 6 1/2 in. (24.7 x 16.7 cm) Two bound volumes enclosed in one folding case; with the calligraphy of the owner Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) on the book covers and the folding case cover; (valuable) Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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ZHANG YAN YUAN (CHINESE, 815-907)

Lot 578: ZHANG YAN YUAN (CHINESE, 815-907) "FA SHU YAO LU" - PAINTING CALLIGRAPHY Woodblock print: 10 1/4 X 6 7/8 in. (26 x 17.5 cm)

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Description: ZHANG YAN YUAN (CHINESE, 815-907) 子部/藝術類; 法書要錄十卷 (唐)張彥遠撰(明)毛晉校; 明崇禎虞山毛氏汲古閣刊本,一函四冊 26x17.5cm; 版心下鐫“汲古閣”。有朱筆眉批。; 冊一收藏印:長白毓本務旗父讀書印(朱方); 封面墨筆題:書名、卷數及“濟遠藏”,王濟遠(1893-1975)見第一條。 "FA SHU YAO LU" - PAINTING CALLIGRAPHY Woodblock print: 10 1/4 X 6 7/8 in. (26 x 17.5 cm) Four bound volumes enclosed in folding case; with printed comments in the last volume by Mao Jin; with collector's seal in each volume and collector's comments Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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MENG YING SONG DYNASTY (960-1279)

Lot 579: MENG YING SONG DYNASTY (960-1279) "MENG YING KAI SHI ZHUANSHU QIANZIWEN" - SMALL SEAL SCRIPT A THOUSAND WORDS, 967 Rubbing on rice p...

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Description: MENG YING SONG DYNASTY (960-1279) 子部/藝術類; 夢瑛開士篆書千字文(據簽題) (宋)釋夢瑛書; 拓本,一冊 38x28cm(看照片似印本,請複核); 宋乾德五年 (967) 立石。此为宋人所书标准小篆文字。梦瑛,通常作梦英,宋代僧人书法家,号宣义,湖南衡阳人,精篆书,尤工玉箸篆,曾至大梁,宋太宗召之帘前,易紫服,去游中南山。“梦英”之“英”字,惟此碑作“瑛”。; 封面書濟遠藏,王濟遠,見第1條。 "MENG YING KAI SHI ZHUANSHU QIANZIWEN" - SMALL SEAL SCRIPT A THOUSAND WORDS, 967 Rubbing on rice paper: 15 x 11 in. (38 x 28 cm) Chinese original wrappers contain calligraphy of the collector Wang Jiyuan; Original rubbings Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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LI YONG (CHINESE, 678-747)

Lot 580: LI YONG (CHINESE, 678-747) "AN XU XUAN SHI KE LI BEI HAI SHU" Original Rubbing: 12 3/8 x 6 in. (33 x 15 cm)

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Description: LI YONG (CHINESE, 678-747) 子部/藝術類; 安素軒石刻李北海書(據簽題) (清)鮑漱芳輯; 拓本,一夾板一冊 33x15cm; 唐天寶元年立(742)隴西李邕(678-747)書; 此為清嘉慶鮑漱芳輯刻《安素軒石刻》叢帖之一種; 扉頁有王濟遠墨筆題記,鈐印「心與天游」「濟」(朱方)。王濟遠(1893-1975)見第一條。; 卷尾有吳永(1865-1936)墨筆跋,鈐印「吳永大利」(白方);1937年張伯英(1871-1949)墨筆跋。; 自首頁始每隔頁刻「新安鮑氏圖書」印; 收藏印:; 前扉頁:「岡田真之藏書」(朱長); 首頁:「觀復齋心賞章」(朱長)「吳永槃盫」(白方); 末頁:「島人清賞」(朱方) "AN XU XUAN SHI KE LI BEI HAI SHU" Original Rubbing: 12 3/8 x 6 in. (33 x 15 cm) One bound volume; original calligraphy by Li Bei Hai in 742; collected by Bao Shu Fang (1763-1807), 1796; with collector's seals and calligraphy (Valuable); collector's seal include Bao Shu Fang; order of owners (chronological): Gang Tian Zhen Zhi (Japanese/Korean) Wu Pang An (1865-1936) (with studio called Guang Fu Zai) -- wrote on the back with seal Dao Ren (Japanese/Korean) Zang Bo Yin (1871-1949) collected/commented in 1937 Wang Jiyuan with seal Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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SHANG GUAN ZHOU (SHANG GUAN ZHU ZHUANG) (CHINESE, 1665-1750)

Lot 581: SHANG GUAN ZHOU (SHANG GUAN ZHU ZHUANG) (CHINESE, 1665-1750) "WAN XIAO TANG ZHU ZHUANG HUA CHUAN" - WAN XIAO TANG'S COLLECTION OF ZH..

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Description: SHANG GUAN ZHOU (SHANG GUAN ZHU ZHUANG) (CHINESE, 1665-1750) 子部/藝術類; 晚笑堂竹莊畫傳不分卷 (清)上官周撰繪; 清乾隆八年(1743)刊本,一函二冊 29x17cm; 是书白紙,勾勒人物线条细腻流畅,一图一文,首有乾隆年上官周序言,原装开本阔大。; 每冊封面書:濟逺藏。王濟遠,見第1條。 "WAN XIAO TANG ZHU ZHUANG HUA CHUAN" - WAN XIAO TANG'S COLLECTION OF ZHU ZHUANG'S DRAWINGS Woodblock print on rice paper: 11 3/8 x 6 5/8 in. (29 x 17 cm) Two bound volumes with Chinese wrappers, enclosed in one blue folding case; Qianlong plate edition; 1743; n.p. n.d.; with calligraphy by collector Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) on each cover Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 582: "JIE ZI YUAN HUA CHUAN ER JI" - COLORED WOODBLOCK PRINTS Woodblock multicolor print on paper: 10 3/8 x 7 in. (26.5 x 17 cm)

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Description: "JIE ZI YUAN HUA CHUAN ER JI" - COLORED WOODBLOCK PRINTS 子部/藝術類; 芥子園畫傳二集九卷三集四卷(缺竹譜) (清)王槩撰; 清金陵文光堂刊本,四函十五冊26.5x17cm Woodblock multicolor print on paper: 10 3/8 x 7 in. (26.5 x 17 cm) Fifteen bound volumes enclosed in four folding cases (one book is missing); group compilation First case: Preface by LiYu (1610-1680), print dated 1679. Third Case: Recarved by Jinchang Shu Ye Tang in 1782. Fourth Case: Preface by Ni Mo (1750-1825), print dated 1818. Note: second case, Chrysanthemum book in poor condition Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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FEI HONG (1728-1799) FEI HONG TANG YIN PU - COPY OF AN EARLY SEAL CATALOGUE Woodblock print, black and red ink on rice paper: 10 1/4...

Lot 583: FEI HONG (1728-1799) FEI HONG TANG YIN PU - COPY OF AN EARLY SEAL CATALOGUE Woodblock print, black and red ink on rice paper: 10 1/4...

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Description: FEI HONG (1728-1799) 子部/藝術類; 飛鴻堂印譜五集四十卷 (清)汪啟淑輯藏; 清朱墨套印本,二十冊 26x15cm; 是譜為清人汪启淑(1728-1799)精心辑录家藏古印及当时百数十名家印件篆刻而成。共四十卷,分五集,每集四册、各册二卷。每页录二印至四印,附注释文,部分注有篆刻者姓名。谱中所收集印章之作者,大多见于汪启淑所著《续印人传》中。汪氏收录极为谨慎,每印皆经虚心商榷,方始奏刀,故编辑印谱前后历时约三十余年,至乾隆四十一年(1776)年始成。全书共收录印数约三千五百方,蔚为壮观。; 收藏印:錫培(白方); 各冊封面書:濟遠藏。王濟遠,見第1條。 FEI HONG TANG YIN PU - COPY OF AN EARLY SEAL CATALOGUE Woodblock print, black and red ink on rice paper: 10 1/4 x 6 in. (26 x 15 cm) Twenty bound volumes; collector's seal in 1st volume, on first page of preface by Lin Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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DONG XIN XIANSHENG HUA JI WU ZHONG Woodblock: 6 5/8 1 wood cover; 4 books

Lot 584: DONG XIN XIANSHENG HUA JI WU ZHONG Woodblock: 6 5/8 1 wood cover; 4 books

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Description: JIN DONG XIN (JIN NONG) (CHINESE, 1687-1764) 子部/藝術類; 冬心雜著六種等(據楊寶鏞題記) (清)金農撰 ; 清刻巾箱本,一夾板四冊 16.8x10.5cm; 冊一: 金農(1687-1764)雍正十一年(1733)癸丑自序;; 收藏印:黃山水南雙塘畫房藏書37號; 冊二:興化鄭燮(1693-1766)著;;; 收藏印:黃山水南雙塘畫房藏書38號; 冊三:;;; 收藏印:黃山水南雙塘畫房藏書39號; 冊四:; 收藏印:黃山水南雙塘畫房藏書39號、 ; 有庚戍(1910)十月楊寶鏞(1869-1917)墨筆題記,鈐印:序東(朱方)。 "DONG XIN ZHAI YAN MING" MINIATURE VERSION Woodblock: 6 5/8 x 4 1/8 in. (16.8 x 10.5 cm.) 4 books enclosed in 1 wooden case 1st book includes: "Dong Xin Zi Xiezhen Tiji" with preface by Jin Nong (1687-1764) written in 1733; "Dong Xin Zhai Yan Ming" 2nd book includes: "Banqiao Ti Hua" dated 1693-1766, "Tangshi Jiuchou", "Xixiangji Jiuling" 3rd book includes: "Dong Xin Hua Mei Tiji", "Dong Xin Hua Ma Tiji" and "Dong Xin Hua Fo Tiji" 4th book includes: "Dong Xin Xiansheng Huaji Wu Zhong" each book is stamped with Huang Shan Shui Nan Bookstore Catalogue Number; 2 collector's seals in the 4th book Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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ZHU ZHANG WEN (CHINESE, 1040-1100)

Lot 585: ZHU ZHANG WEN (CHINESE, 1040-1100) "MO CHI BIAN" - EVERYTHING ABOUT CALLIGRAPHY Woodblock print: 10 3/8 x 6 3/4 in. (26 1/2 x 17 cm)

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Description: ZHU ZHANG WEN (CHINESE, 1040-1100) 子部/藝術類; 墨池編二十卷 (宋)朱長文(1040-1100)纂次; 清雍正十一年(1733)朱氏就閑堂寫刊本,一函八冊 26x17cm; “慎”字缺筆避雍正諱,可定雍正本。; 王澍序(1733); 各冊封面有朱書書名; 首冊首頁收藏印:豫之(朱方); 末冊首頁收藏印:折璚枝以斷佩(朱長); 各冊首頁收藏印:三河柳氏圖書記(朱長); 墨書“濟遠藏”,王濟遠(1893-1975)見第一條。 "MO CHI BIAN" - EVERYTHING ABOUT CALLIGRAPHY Woodblock print: 10 3/8 x 6 3/4 in. (26 1/2 x 17 cm) Eight bound volumes enclosed in one folding case; with two or three collectors' seals, (one collector on the first book, the other collector on every book, eighth book has two seals); preface wrote by Wang Shu, 1733; with calligraphy by collector Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) on each cover Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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SANG SHI CHANG (SONG DYNASTY)

Lot 586: SANG SHI CHANG (SONG DYNASTY) "LAN TING KAO" THE STUDY OF THE ORCHID PAVILLION GATHERING Woodblock print: 7 1/8 x 4 3/4 in. (18 x 12...

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Description: SANG SHI CHANG (SONG DYNASTY) 子部/藝術類; 蘭亭考十二卷附群公帖跋一卷 (宋)桑世昌集; 清乾隆刊知不足齋叢書本,一函四冊 18x12cm; 卷端題“書竹青氈堂摹宋本”。; 收藏印:桑名文庫(朱長)、立教館圖書印(朱長)、白河文庫(朱長)、太白山房(白長)。 "LAN TING KAO" THE STUDY OF THE ORCHID PAVILLION GATHERING Woodblock print: 7 1/8 x 4 3/4 in. (18 x 12 cm) Four bound volumes enclosed in one folding case; edition created by Shu Zhu Qing Studio, based on the copy from the Song Dynasty; original compilation by *** printed 1782; with collector's seals Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 587: "QINDING ZHUAN WEN LIUJING SISHU" - COURT ORDERED GROUP OF BOOKS Woodblock print: 7 5/8 x 5 in. (19.5 x 12.5 cm)

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Description: "QINDING ZHUAN WEN LIUJING SISHU" - COURT ORDERED GROUP OF BOOKS 子部/藝術類; 欽定篆文六經四書十種(存九種) (清)李光地等奉勑編; 清光緒九年(1883)上海同文書局石印本,一夾板十冊(缺第九冊)19.5x12.5cm; 收藏印:各冊封面書「菊仙」鈐「一日三秋」(朱方);「出入日利」(朱方)二印; 各冊鈐「王濟遠」(朱白方),王濟遠見第1條。 Woodblock print: 7 5/8 x 5 in. (19.5 x 12.5 cm) 9 of 10 books (missing no. 9) enclosed in 1 folding case; compiled by Li Guang Di (1642-1718) and others; edited by Wang Shu (1668-1743); printed by Tong Wen Shu Ju, Shanghai, 1883; collector's seal and writing on every cover; 2 additional collectors seals in each book Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 588: "JIE ZI YUAN HUA CHUAN ER JI" - GUIDEBOOK FOR CHINESE PAINTING Woodblock print on paper; 8 x 5 1/4 in. (20 x 13.5 cm)

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Description: "JIE ZI YUAN HUA CHUAN ER JI" - GUIDEBOOK FOR CHINESE PAINTING 子部/藝術類; 芥子園畫傳二集九卷(存1-5卷) (清)王槩撰; 清光緒十四年 (1888) 石印本,存三冊20x13.5cm Woodblock print on paper; 8 x 5 1/4 in. (20 x 13.5 cm) Three bound volumes containing books 1 through 5; Printed in 1702; Preface by Wang Gai (1645-1710) written in 1702; Second preface written by He Yong (1841-1894) in 1888 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 589: "PEI WEN ZHAI SHUHUA PU MULU" - INDEX OF CALLIGRAPHY AND PAINTING Woodblock print on rice paper: 9 3/4 x 6 1/4 in. (25 x 16 cm)

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Description: "PEI WEN ZHAI SHUHUA PU MULU" - INDEX OF CALLIGRAPHY AND PAINTING 子部/藝術類; 佩文齋書畫譜目錄(第11-13卷)(清)孫岳頒等奉勑纂; 清刻本,一冊25x16cm; 收藏印:王濟遠印(白方)、黄山水南雙塘書房藏書382號(朱長); 封面朱書濟逺藏,王濟遠,見第1條。 Woodblock print on rice paper: 9 3/4 x 6 1/4 in. (25 x 16 cm) One bound volume containing books 11-13, with Chinese wrapper; book store's catalogue stamp #382; with calligraphy by collector Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) on each cover Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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SHI MENG YING Song Dynasty

Lot 590: SHI MENG YING Song Dynasty "ZHUAN SHU QIAN ZI WEN" - A THOUSAND WORDS IN SEAL SCRIPT Rubbing: 11 5/8 x 7 in. (29.5 x 17.5 cm)

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Description: SHI MENG YING Song Dynasty 子部/藝術類; 篆書千字文 (宋)釋夢瑛書; 舊拓本,一冊 29.5x17.5cm; 大宋乾德三年(965)十二月二十八日立 "ZHUAN SHU QIAN ZI WEN" - A THOUSAND WORDS IN SEAL SCRIPT Rubbing: 11 5/8 x 7 in. (29.5 x 17.5 cm) One bound volume; original stone dated 965; with calligraphy by collector Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) on each cover and front two pages Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 591: "SI TONGGU ZHAI LUN HUA JI KE" - SI TONGGU ZHAI'S BOOK ABOUT PAINTINGS Woodblock print on rice paper; 8 1/8 x 6 in. (21 x 15 cm.)

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Description: "SI TONGGU ZHAI LUN HUA JI KE" - SI TONGGU ZHAI'S BOOK ABOUT PAINTINGS 子部/藝術類; 四銅鼓齋論畫集刻十二種(據書名頁題) (清)張祥河輯; 清宣統元年 (1909) 會文齋刻本,一函四冊1-5卷 21x15cm; 收藏印:正大光明(朱長) Woodblock print on rice paper; 8 1/8 x 6 in. (21 x 15 cm.) Four bound volumes containing five books enclosed in one blue folding case; Chinese wrappers; includes articles by Shitau (1642-1707) and others; compiled by Zhang Xianghe (1785-1862); Published by Hui Wenzhai; This book was carved in 1909; Collectors seal Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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DONG QI CHANG (CHINESE, 1555-1636)

Lot 592: DONG QI CHANG (CHINESE, 1555-1636) "DONG QI CHANG SHIHUA TIE" - DONG QI CHANG'S PAINTING AND POEMS (33.5 x 24 cm)

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Description: DONG QI CHANG (CHINESE, 1555-1636) 子部/藝術類/和版; 董其昌詩畫帖 (明)董其昌繪書; 日本大正八年(1919)東京審美書院影印本,一函一冊 33.5x24cm; 張大千封面題籤「董玄宰山水冊 偽」 "DONG QI CHANG SHIHUA TIE" - DONG QI CHANG'S PAINTING AND POEMS (33.5 x 24 cm) One bound volume enclosed in one folding case; published by Shenmen Shuyuan, Tokyo, 1919; with notes by Zhang Daqian saying that this work is a fake Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CHINESE GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHINESE ART IN LONDON 10 5/8 x 7 3/4 in. (...

Lot 593: ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CHINESE GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHINESE ART IN LONDON 10 5/8 x 7 3/4 in. (...

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Description: ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CHINESE GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHINESE ART IN LONDON 子部/藝術類; 中國古畫展圖目存第三冊書畫 倫敦中國藝術國際展覽會籌備委員會編輯; 民國25年(1936)商務印書館三版,存一冊 27x20cm; 王濟遠朱書書名於包裝紙,並題購書始末於前扉頁(王濟遠1893-1975,見第1條) 10 5/8 x 7 3/4 in. (27 x 20 cm) Volume III; 3rd edition published in Shanghai1936; with Wang Jiyuan's comments on the front page Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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LI GUANGDI (CHINESE, 1642-1718)

Lot 594: LI GUANGDI (CHINESE, 1642-1718) "ZHENG MENG ZHU" - CHILDREN'S BOOK Woodblock print: 9 1/2 x 5 7/8 in. (24.3 x 15 cm)

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Description: LI GUANGDI (CHINESE, 1642-1718) 子部/儒家類; 正蒙注解二卷 (清)李光地(1642-1718)撰; 民國29年(1940)四川嘉定烏尤寺復性書院校刊本,一冊 24.3x15cm "ZHENG MENG ZHU" - CHILDREN'S BOOK Woodblock print: 9 1/2 x 5 7/8 in. (24.3 x 15 cm) One bound volume; compiled by Li Guangdi, 1751; published in Wu You Shi Temple, Sichuan, 1940 Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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Lot 595: "LI CHAO BAO HUI DIYI JI" - FIRST GROUP OF FAMOUS CHINESE PAINTINGS Prints: (47.3 x 32.5 cm)

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Description: "LI CHAO BAO HUI DIYI JI" - FIRST GROUP OF FAMOUS CHINESE PAINTINGS 子部/藝術類; 歷朝寶繪第一輯; 一函十二幅單頁/仝二函 47.3x32.5cm Prints: (47.3 x 32.5 cm) Twelve loose pages enclosed in one folding case; (two copies) Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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354 AD

Lot 596: 354 AD "HAN BAI SHI SHEN ZHUN BEI" -WHITE STONE GOD MONUMENT, HEBEI PROVINCE Rubbing: 15 1/8 x 9 1/8 in. (38.5 x 23 cm)

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Description: 354 AD 子部/藝術類; 漢白石神君碑; 舊拓本,一冊 38.5x23cm; 東漢光和六年(183)立; 收藏印:陳明徵(朱文圓印); 朱書:生濟 (王濟遠(1893-1975) "HAN BAI SHI SHEN ZHUN BEI" -WHITE STONE GOD MONUMENT, HEBEI PROVINCE Rubbing: 15 1/8 x 9 1/8 in. (38.5 x 23 cm) One bound volume; with collector's seal Provenance: Asian book collection of over one hundred lots from the personal library of Wang Jiyuan (1893-1975) including many from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Together with 10 pieces of calligraphy dedicated to him by Yun Yufren, Wang Fang Yu, Tan Yan Kai, and Liu Jiang Duan. Wang Jiyuan was an established watercolorist and oil painter by 1919, and founded the renowned Tien Ma Society in Shanghai with Liu Haisu to promote Western Style. In the 1920s he lived in Europe and in the early 1940s he moved to the United States and established the School of Chinese Brushwork in New York. Wang Jiyuan was a colleague of many well-known Chinese artists, including Chang Dai-Chien, Wang Yachen, and Pan Yuliang. Please contact the gallery for further information regarding the sale of an important privately held collection of Wang Jiyuan works.

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