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Calligrapher, Painter, Engraver, b. 1864 - d. 1957

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                  • A Chinese Bush Cricket - Chinese ink and Watercolour on paper Scroll (Custom made paper exclusive to QiBaishi) - With Qi Baishi mark. 33cm x 36.6cm.
                    Jul. 15, 2024

                    A Chinese Bush Cricket - Chinese ink and Watercolour on paper Scroll (Custom made paper exclusive to QiBaishi) - With Qi Baishi mark. 33cm x 36.6cm.

                    Est: £900 - £1,400

                    A Chinese Bush Cricket - Chinese ink and Watercolour on paper Scroll (Custom made paper exclusive to Qi Baishi) - With Qi Baishi mark. 33cm x 36.6cm. Qi Baishi (1864-1957) was noted for his whimsical style. Born to a peasant family from Hunan, Qi taught himself to paint - sparked into action by the 'Manuel of the Mustard Seed Garden'.

                    Cadmore Auctions
                  • HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 丝瓜草虫图 纸本 镜片 Hand Painting plants insects paper painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING LONGEVITY PEACHES PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING LONGEVITY PEACHES PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 多寿 纸本 镜片 Hand Painting longevity peaches paper painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI DOUBLE LIFE AXIS BRUSH GRASS INSECT PU RU CHEN BANDING LIU DAN HOUSE POSTSCRIPT
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    QI BAISHI DOUBLE LIFE AXIS BRUSH GRASS INSECT PU RU CHEN BANDING LIU DAN HOUSE POSTSCRIPT

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,200

                    齐白石 双寿 立轴 工笔草虫 溥儒 陈半丁 刘旦宅题跋 精装裱 Qi Baishi double life axis brush grass insect Pu Ru Chen Banding Liu Dan house postscript

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING LOTUS FLOWERS INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING LOTUS FLOWERS INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 挂轴 纸本 草虫 莲蓬 莲花 Hand Painting lotus flowers insects scroll with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS PAPER PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 葫芦草虫图 福禄 纸本 镜片 Hand Painting plants insects paper painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING PLANTS INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 贝叶草虫图立轴 Hand Painting plants insects scroll with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI'S AUTUMN BREEZE, HANGING SCROLL
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    QI BAISHI'S AUTUMN BREEZE, HANGING SCROLL

                    Est: $500 - $700

                    齐白石《秋风微微》立轴 Qi Baishi's Autumn Breeze, hanging scroll

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI "LONGEVITY" HANGING SCROLL
                    Jul. 13, 2024

                    QI BAISHI "LONGEVITY" HANGING SCROLL

                    Est: $400 - $600

                    齐白石《多寿》立轴 Qi Baishi "Longevity" hanging scroll

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI SIGNED CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING
                    Jul. 11, 2024

                    QI BAISHI SIGNED CHINESE SCROLL PAINTING

                    Est: $500 - $10,000

                    Measurements (Sight): Height: 136.5 cm, Width: 33 cm Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting

                    Roswell Auctions
                  • Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting
                    Jul. 11, 2024

                    Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting

                    Est: $500 - $10,000

                    Measurements (Sight): Height: 138 cm, Width: 33.7 cm Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting

                    Roswell Auctions
                  • Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting
                    Jul. 11, 2024

                    Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting

                    Est: $500 - $10,000

                    Measurements (Sight): Height: 132.5 cm, Width: 34 cm Qi Baishi signed Chinese Scroll Painting

                    Roswell Auctions
                  • Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Longevity Picture
                    Jul. 05, 2024

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Longevity Picture

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Longevity Picture Dimension: 63 x 136 cm (24 12/16 x 53 7/16 in.) All measurements are approximate.

                    China Arts Auction
                  • Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Attributed to, Shrimp
                    Jul. 05, 2024

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Attributed to, Shrimp

                    Est: $2,000 - $4,000

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Attributed to, Shrimp Dimension: 133 x 68 cm (52 4/16 x 26 12/16 in.) All measurements are approximate.

                    China Arts Auction
                  • Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Autumn
                    Jul. 05, 2024

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Autumn

                    Est: $2,000 - $4,000

                    Qi Baishi (1864-1957), attributed to, Autumn Dimension: 68 x 135 cm (26 3/4 x 53 1/8 in.) All measurements are approximate.

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI 齊白石 (1864-1957): 'BUTTERFLY AND FLOWERS', INK AND COLOUR ON PAPER, DATED 1928
                    Jul. 03, 2024

                    QI BAISHI 齊白石 (1864-1957): 'BUTTERFLY AND FLOWERS', INK AND COLOUR ON PAPER, DATED 1928

                    Est: €1,200 - €1,800

                    Dim.: 205 x 44,5 cm (the scroll) Dim.: 105,5 x 32 cm (the work)

                    Rob Michiels Auctions
                  • QI BAISHI (1864-1957), SHRIMPS AND CRABS
                    Jun. 30, 2024

                    QI BAISHI (1864-1957), SHRIMPS AND CRABS

                    Est: -

                    94.5×38.5cm; on paper, hanging scroll;

                    Fukuoka Yumekai Auction
                  • QI BAISHI (1863-1957),CHRYSANTHEMUM AND DRAGONFLY
                    Jun. 29, 2024

                    QI BAISHI (1863-1957),CHRYSANTHEMUM AND DRAGONFLY

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    齊白石雁來紅 Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper QI BAISHI (1863-1957),Chrysanthemum and Dragonfly Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper

                    Mega International Auction
                  • CHINESE INK AND COLOR PAINTING ON SILK BY QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 29, 2024

                    CHINESE INK AND COLOR PAINTING ON SILK BY QI BAISHI

                    Est: $100 - $150

                    Qi Baishi, Chinese, 1864 to 1957, ink and color painting on paper laid on silk scroll depicting a cast of mitten crabs scuttling about. Crab may resemble beneficial business, prosperity, or elevated social status. Each crab is uniquely painted with varying shades of ink. Inscribed with Calligraphy and a red seal, to the right. A red seal, lower left. Qi Baishi was a Chinese painter, noted for the whimsical, often playful style of his works. Qi Baishi is known for his imaginative and care-free approach to traditional Chinese painting which is most likely a product of starting as a self-taught artist. He was influenced by notable masters such as Bada Shanren and Xu Wei both from the Qing and Ming Dynasties respectively. The subjects of his paintings include almost everything, commonly animals, scenery, figures, toys, vegetables. Antique Asian and Oriental Art Masters Paintings on Silk Scrolls, Wall Art, and Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.

                    Antique Arena Inc
                  • ‘PLUM BLOSSOMS’, BY QI BAISHI (1864-1957), DATED 1923
                    Jun. 28, 2024

                    ‘PLUM BLOSSOMS’, BY QI BAISHI (1864-1957), DATED 1923

                    Est: €10,000 - €20,000

                    ‘PLUM BLOSSOMS’, BY QI BAISHI (1864-1957), DATED 1923 China. Ink on paper, with a Japanese silk brocade mounting. Exquisitely painted with a flowering plum tree in the winter, the branches and twigs mostly upright with few hanging down, the blossoms and buds neatly detailed, the thicker branches executed with bold, dynamic brushstrokes. Inscriptions: Lower right, signed ‘Baishi weng’ (old man Baishi), inscribed ‘The winter plum blossoms and the rest of the year, a thousand-year friendship with the rest of the year’, and dated ‘in the Winter of the Year of Guihai’ (corresponding to 1923). The last character (託) indicates that this work was painted by Qi Baishi in order to entrust it to the recipient. Provenance: Kono Shuson, Japan, acquired directly from the artist. A private collection, acquired from the above, and thence by descent. The back with an old Japanese paper label from Kono Shuson, stamped and inscribed ‘Dai yonhyaku-ju-roku-go, Sai Hakuseki sensei, Kono Shuson sei’ (Number 416, Painting of Winter Plum Blossoms by Master Qi Baishi, compounded by Kono Shuson). Two further paper labels, each inscribed ‘7541’. Kono Shuson (1890-1987) was a Japanese painter and a pivotal figure in promoting the Nanga (Chinese literati) school of paintings in Japan. With Tomioka Tessai (1836-1924) as a consultant, he founded the Nihon Nanga-in (Japan Literati Painting Academy) and visited China frequently, including his first documented visit in 1923, the year the present work was painted. This is when he probably met Qi Baishi for the very first time, shortly after Qi’s initial exhibition in Japan (see lot essay below). He then began to import Qi Baishi’s works to Japan, together with the paintings of other contemporary Chinese artists, selling them at the Takashimaya Department Store and other notable places. He always mounted such paintings on Japanese kakejiku scrolls. For a work bearing a similar label from Kono Shuson, see for example Bonhams Hong Kong, 2 March 2022, lot 29, by Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Scholar under Willow Tree. Condition: Good condition with some wear, soiling, and few minor abrasions. Dimensions: Image size 106.5 x 56 cm, Size incl. mounting 144 x 68 cm Qi Baishi painted plum blossoms in several styles, including copies of those painted by Jin Nong (1687-1763), which the present lot shares some affinities with, including the absence of colors. Qi Baishi's later plum paintings are primarily inspired by Wu Changshuo (1844-1927), who preferred bright colors and introduced an epigraphic aesthetic to the art of painting. Here however, Qi depicts the plum tree with its upward trunk and branches in calligraphic strokes of somber ink. The present painting can therefore be said to reflect an earlier style in painting plum blossoms for Qi Baishi, whose earliest works depicting this subject are dated by inscription to the year 1921, two years before the present work was executed. Qi's paintings are, first of all, reflections of things and feelings that he had personally experienced in life. In the case of plum blossoms, his fondness of this subject resulted from nostalgia for his hometown in Hunan, where his dwelling, named ‘Studio of Hundred Plums’, was surrounded by a plum grove. Qi Baishi (1864-1957) is one of the world’s most important artists of the 20th century and has received countless honors and awards like no other painter in the People's Republic of China. He began his career as a carpenter, though he taught himself to paint using a manual from the Qin dynasty period. His style, which Qi Baishi developed in the second half of his life, is characterized by a powerful, spontaneous brushstroke. He expanded his subject matter to insects, birds, figures, animals, vegetation, and landscapes, and began to incorporate rich color into his compositions, painting in an ever-freer style. His works are focused on the spiritual, ephemeral, and mystical qualities of the human condition. In 1953, he was elected president of the China Artists Association, and one year later he was elected to the National People’s Congress. Qi Baishi moved to Beijing in 1916 and earned his living there by selling paintings. However, his painting style was not welcome in Beijing at that time. Taking the advice of Chen Shizeng, Qi Baishi began his famous "initiating self-art-reform in senile age", which finally led Qi Baishi to tremendous success. In 1922, Chen Shizeng visited Japan. He brought some works by Qi Baishi for exhibition and sale. This was the first time that Qi Baishi's paintings were shown in Japan, and anywhere outside China. It is probable that Kono Shuson (the first owner of the present work) saw Qi’s work at this exhibition and was inspired to make his first trip to China less than a year later in 1923, meeting with the master for the first time. As recalled by Qi Baishi: “After Chen Shizeng returned to Beijing, I was told that all my paintings sold at very nice prices! Each of my paintings sold for at least 100 silver coins, and the landscape paintings were even more expensive, 250 silver coins for one that was only 60 inches long! I never imagined such prices in China! And I was also told that the French planned to exhibit my works and those of Shizeng in the Paris Art Expo. The Japanese were going to film my life and work for a movie! All this was just amazing! Afterwards, many foreigners came to Beijing to purchase my paintings, and I have been better off since then. It was Shizeng who helped me in my career and life - I will remember this forever.” (Baishi Laoren Zishu, Shandong Huabao Publishing House, 2000, pp. 131-133) Auction result comparison: Type: Related Auction: Beijing Council International Auctions, 4 December 2013, lot 984 Price: CNY 632,500 or approx. EUR 110,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing Description: Qi Baishi, The ink plum blossom (1923) Expert remark: Compare the related manner of painting with mostly upright branches and using only ink. Note that the work was painted in the same year (1923) as the present lot. Auction result comparison: Type: Related Auction: Poly International, Beijing, 17 December 2017, lot 1930 Price: CNY 862,500 or approx. EUR 142,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing Description: Qi Baishi, Plum blossom (1924) Expert remark: Compare the related manner of painting, also using only ink, but with more hanging branches than the present lot. Note that the work was painted one year later (1924) than the present lot. Auction result comparison: Type: Related Auction: Christie’s New York, 9 December 2020, lot 48 Price: USD 18,750 or approx. EUR 20,500 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing Description: Qi Baishi (with signature of, 1863-1957), Plum Blossoms Expert remark: Note the much smaller size (26.5 x 19 cm) of this work and the low estimate of only USD 300-600, which was clearly overruled by the market, with bidding eventually ending at USD 18,750.

                    Galerie Zacke
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, BAY LEAF GRASSWORM
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, BAY LEAF GRASSWORM

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, BAY LEAF GRASSWORM,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,69×38cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, A GOURD AND A SMALL BIRD
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, A GOURD AND A SMALL BIRD

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, A GOURD AND A SMALL BIRD,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.135×34cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.95×44cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONGEVITY,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.134×33.5cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONG LIVE THE MOTHERLAND
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONG LIVE THE MOTHERLAND

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LONG LIVE THE MOTHERLAND,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.136×33cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, MORNING GLORY BUG
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, MORNING GLORY BUG

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, MORNING GLORY BUG,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.98×33.5cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, CALLIGRAPHY
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, CALLIGRAPHY

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, CALLIGRAPHY,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.116×34cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, PROMOTION
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, PROMOTION

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, PROMOTION,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.135×34cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, AQUATIC
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, AQUATIC

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, AQUATIC,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.135×34cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LYCHEE
                    Jun. 20, 2024

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LYCHEE

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    QI BAISHI, ATTRIBUTED TO, LYCHEE,Hanging scroll, ink on paper,By repute: Formerly collected by Qian Jingtang.100×53cm

                    China Arts Auction
                  • Qi Baishi(1864-1957)
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    Qi Baishi(1864-1957)

                    Est: $150 - $300

                    Qi Baishi(1864-1957) Printed By Rong BaozhaiInk And Color On Paper, Framed, Signed And Seal (Printed) 35 cm X 27 .5 cm 齊白石(1864-1957)印本 鏡框:設色紙本款識:白石 鈐印:齊大 Provenance 來源:加州名 UC 大學教授 Dr.Gibbs , 購至於榮寶齋 $150

                    Golden State Auction Gallery
                  • Qi Baishi(1864-1957)
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    Qi Baishi(1864-1957)

                    Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                    Qi Baishi(1864-1957) Ink On Paper, Hanging Scroll, Signed And Seals 87.5 cm X 41.5 cm 齊白石 (1864-1957) 軸心:水墨紙本 款識:借山吟館主者白石鈐印:白石,寄萍堂 備註:此畫有萬墨林先生家內合照相片。 Provenance 來源:萬墨林(1898-1979)藏品。萬墨林 , 上海白相人,被稱作是‘杜門第一紅’杜月笙的姑表弟,門生。 齊白石(1864 年 1 月 1 日—1957 年 9 月 16日),原名齊純芝,字渭清,祖父取號蘭亭,老師取名璜,字瀕生,別號寄萍老人、白石山人,湖南湘潭人,近代中國國畫畫家。後人常將「山人」二字略去,故後常號「白石」。齊白石也和張大千並稱「南張北齊」。 $1,000

                    Golden State Auction Gallery
                  • HAND PAINTING LONGEVITY WISHING PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING LONGEVITY WISHING PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 献寿 纸本 软片 Hand Painting longevity wishing painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING PLAYING WITH FUN KIDS PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING PLAYING WITH FUN KIDS PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 童趣 纸本 软片 Hand Painting playing with fun kids painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI FLOWERS YAN FRUIT FRAGRANCE GOOD SEASON BRUSH GRASS INSECT
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    QI BAISHI FLOWERS YAN FRUIT FRAGRANCE GOOD SEASON BRUSH GRASS INSECT

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,200

                    齐白石 花艳果香好时节 工笔草虫立轴 董寿平 张伯英题跋 精装裱 Qi Baishi flowers yan fruit fragrance good season brush grass insect

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI BRUSH WORM DENG SMU QIGONG INSCRIPTION
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    QI BAISHI BRUSH WORM DENG SMU QIGONG INSCRIPTION

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,200

                    齐白石 官上加官 立轴 工笔草虫 邓散木 启功题跋 精装裱 Qi Baishi brush worm Deng Smu Qigong inscription

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI IS MOUNTED BY THE MOUNTAIN AND THE WATER MAP,
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    QI BAISHI IS MOUNTED BY THE MOUNTAIN AND THE WATER MAP,

                    Est: $1,200 - $1,700

                    齐白石 依山傍水图 立轴 精装裱 品相好 用笔厚重 书画相得益彰 Qi Baishi is mounted by the mountain and the water map,

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING BUTTERFLIES FLOWERS SCROLLS SET WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING BUTTERFLIES FLOWERS SCROLLS SET WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $4,000 - $5,000

                    齐白石 花卉 蝴蝶 四条屏 Hand Painting butterflies flowers scrolls set with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING BUTTERFLIES SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING BUTTERFLIES SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,400 - $1,900

                    齐白石 蝴蝶图立轴 Hand Painting butterflies scroll with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING GOURD INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING GOURD INSECTS SCROLL WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,200

                    齐白石 葫芦 草虫 挂轴 Hand Painting gourd insects scroll with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • QI BAISHI: INK AND COLOR ON PAPER PAINTING 'PEACHES'
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    QI BAISHI: INK AND COLOR ON PAPER PAINTING 'PEACHES'

                    Est: $600 - $900

                    齐白石(1864-1957)寿桃,纸本设色,立轴。 Qi Baishi: ink and color on paper painting 'Peaches'

                    Mega International Auction
                  • HAND PAINTING SMILING TO BIRD PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    HAND PAINTING SMILING TO BIRD PAINTING WITH MARK OF QI BAISHI

                    Est: $1,200 - $1,700

                    齐白石 喜上眉梢 纸本 Hand Painting smiling to bird painting with mark of Qi Baishi

                    Mega International Auction
                  • 齐白石 (1864 - 1957) 落日帆影 Qi Baishi Sails at Sunset
                    Jun. 15, 2024

                    齐白石 (1864 - 1957) 落日帆影 Qi Baishi Sails at Sunset

                    Est: $30,000 - $40,000

                    齐白石 (1864 - 1957) 落日帆影 设色水墨纸本立轴 款识:借山吟馆主者 齐白石八十七岁画于燕京 钤印:(齐白石)(白石) Qi Baishi Sails at Sunset Hanging Scroll, Ink & Color on Paper Inscribed and signed Qi Baishi, with two artist seals

                    Gianguan Auctions
                  • Qi Baishi's album of flower and grass paintings
                    Jun. 14, 2024

                    Qi Baishi's album of flower and grass paintings

                    Est: $5,000 - $6,000

                    High:41.5cm,Wide:18cm,Qi Baishi became an apprentice as a carpenter in 1877, and the following year he changed to carving carpentry; in 1888, he abandoned chisel to learn painting, and successively studied from Xiao Qianqi, Wen Shaoke, Hu Qinyuan, Tan Pu, etc.; in 1889, he studied poetry from the poet and painter Chen Shaofeng; in 1894, he served as the president of Longshan Poetry Society. In 1899, he studied poetry from Wang Kaiyun, a classicist and writer; in 1902, he travelled to Shaanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi; in 1919, he settled in Beijing and began to change the law from Chen Shi's advice; in 1926, he taught at the National Beijing Art School; in 1946, he went to Nanjing and Shanghai. He held a solo exhibition and served as an honorary professor of Beiping Art College. In 1949, he was elected as a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and a member of the All-China Artists Association. In 1952, he was appointed as an honorary professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, a researcher of the Central Museum of Literature and History, the chairman of the Beijing Chinese Painting Research Association, and the honorary member of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President [5]; In 1953, he was elected as the chairman of the Chinese Artists Association; in August 1954, he was elected as the representative of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China; in December 1955, he was elected as the Correspondent Academy of the Academy of Arts of the German Democratic Republic; in 1957, he was appointed as the name of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President Yu died in Beijing on September 16 at the age of 93.

                    Hotspot Auctions
                  • Qi Baishi's painting works
                    Jun. 14, 2024

                    Qi Baishi's painting works

                    Est: $1,200 - $1,500

                    High:144cm,Wide:33cm Qi Baishi became an apprentice as a carpenter in 1877, and the following year he changed to carving carpentry; in 1888, he abandoned chisel to learn painting, and successively studied from Xiao Qianqi, Wen Shaoke, Hu Qinyuan, Tan Pu, etc.; in 1889, he studied poetry from the poet and painter Chen Shaofeng; in 1894, he served as the president of Longshan Poetry Society. In 1899, he studied poetry from Wang Kaiyun, a classicist and writer; in 1902, he travelled to Shaanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi; in 1919, he settled in Beijing and began to change the law from Chen Shi's advice; in 1926, he taught at the National Beijing Art School; in 1946, he went to Nanjing and Shanghai. He held a solo exhibition and served as an honorary professor of Beiping Art College. In 1949, he was elected as a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and a member of the All-China Artists Association. In 1952, he was appointed as an honorary professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, a researcher of the Central Museum of Literature and History, the chairman of the Beijing Chinese Painting Research Association, and the honorary member of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President [5]; In 1953, he was elected as the chairman of the Chinese Artists Association; in August 1954, he was elected as the representative of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China; in December 1955, he was elected as the Correspondent Academy of the Academy of Arts of the German Democratic Republic; in 1957, he was appointed as the name of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President Yu died in Beijing on September 16 at the age of 93.

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                  • Figure Painting by Qi Baishi
                    Jun. 14, 2024

                    Figure Painting by Qi Baishi

                    Est: $1,200 - $1,500

                    Wide:60cm,High:130cm Qi Baishi became an apprentice as a carpenter in 1877, and the following year he changed to carving carpentry; in 1888, he abandoned chisel to learn painting, and successively studied from Xiao Qianqi, Wen Shaoke, Hu Qinyuan, Tan Pu, etc.; in 1889, he studied poetry from the poet and painter Chen Shaofeng; in 1894, he served as the president of Longshan Poetry Society. In 1899, he studied poetry from Wang Kaiyun, a classicist and writer; in 1902, he travelled to Shaanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi; in 1919, he settled in Beijing and began to change the law from Chen Shi's advice; in 1926, he taught at the National Beijing Art School; in 1946, he went to Nanjing and Shanghai. He held a solo exhibition and served as an honorary professor of Beiping Art College. In 1949, he was elected as a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and a member of the All-China Artists Association. In 1952, he was appointed as an honorary professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, a researcher of the Central Museum of Literature and History, the chairman of the Beijing Chinese Painting Research Association, and the honorary member of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President [5]; In 1953, he was elected as the chairman of the Chinese Artists Association; in August 1954, he was elected as the representative of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China; in December 1955, he was elected as the Correspondent Academy of the Academy of Arts of the German Democratic Republic; in 1957, he was appointed as the name of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President Yu died in Beijing on September 16 at the age of 93.

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                  • Paintings and Calligraphy by Qi Baishi
                    Jun. 14, 2024

                    Paintings and Calligraphy by Qi Baishi

                    Est: $1,200 - $1,500

                    Wide:47cm,High:88cm Qi Baishi became an apprentice as a carpenter in 1877, and the following year he changed to carving carpentry; in 1888, he abandoned chisel to learn painting, and successively studied from Xiao Qianqi, Wen Shaoke, Hu Qinyuan, Tan Pu, etc.; in 1889, he studied poetry from the poet and painter Chen Shaofeng; in 1894, he served as the president of Longshan Poetry Society. In 1899, he studied poetry from Wang Kaiyun, a classicist and writer; in 1902, he travelled to Shaanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi; in 1919, he settled in Beijing and began to change the law from Chen Shi's advice; in 1926, he taught at the National Beijing Art School; in 1946, he went to Nanjing and Shanghai. He held a solo exhibition and served as an honorary professor of Beiping Art College. In 1949, he was elected as a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and a member of the All-China Artists Association. In 1952, he was appointed as an honorary professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, a researcher of the Central Museum of Literature and History, the chairman of the Beijing Chinese Painting Research Association, and the honorary member of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President [5]; In 1953, he was elected as the chairman of the Chinese Artists Association; in August 1954, he was elected as the representative of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China; in December 1955, he was elected as the Correspondent Academy of the Academy of Arts of the German Democratic Republic; in 1957, he was appointed as the name of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President Yu died in Beijing on September 16 at the age of 93.

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                  • Qi Baishi's Group of Shrimp Painting
                    Jun. 14, 2024

                    Qi Baishi's Group of Shrimp Painting

                    Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                    High:65cm,Wide:33cm Qi Baishi became an apprentice as a carpenter in 1877, and the following year he changed to carving carpentry; in 1888, he abandoned chisel to learn painting, and successively studied from Xiao Qianqi, Wen Shaoke, Hu Qinyuan, Tan Pu, etc.; in 1889, he studied poetry from the poet and painter Chen Shaofeng; in 1894, he served as the president of Longshan Poetry Society. In 1899, he studied poetry from Wang Kaiyun, a classicist and writer; in 1902, he travelled to Shaanxi, Beijing, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi; in 1919, he settled in Beijing and began to change the law from Chen Shi's advice; in 1926, he taught at the National Beijing Art School; in 1946, he went to Nanjing and Shanghai. He held a solo exhibition and served as an honorary professor of Beiping Art College. In 1949, he was elected as a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and a member of the All-China Artists Association. In 1952, he was appointed as an honorary professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, a researcher of the Central Museum of Literature and History, the chairman of the Beijing Chinese Painting Research Association, and the honorary member of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President [5]; In 1953, he was elected as the chairman of the Chinese Artists Association; in August 1954, he was elected as the representative of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China; in December 1955, he was elected as the Correspondent Academy of the Academy of Arts of the German Democratic Republic; in 1957, he was appointed as the name of the Beijing Chinese Academy of Painting. President Yu died in Beijing on September 16 at the age of 93.

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