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        • A PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUE.MARK OF WANG QI
          Nov. 26, 2023

          A PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUE.MARK OF WANG QI

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          The plaque is decorated with wise man ,with wang qi mark. 王琦款瓷板画

          Wichita Auctioneers
        • FAMILLE ROSE FIGURES STORY ROUND PLAQUE STAND BY WANG QI
          Mar. 11, 2023

          FAMILLE ROSE FIGURES STORY ROUND PLAQUE STAND BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          黑檀木插屏 作扵珠山八友"王琦" 瓷板画 画工精细 Famille rose figures story round plaque stand by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • KIDS ELEPHANT FLOWERS AUSPICIOUS WAN XIANG GENG XIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Mar. 11, 2023

          KIDS ELEPHANT FLOWERS AUSPICIOUS WAN XIANG GENG XIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 万象更新 瓷板画 画工精细 Kids elephant flowers auspicious Wan Xiang Geng Xin plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • CHINESE PAINTING, ATTRIBUTED TO WANG ZHEN QI
          Nov. 27, 2022

          CHINESE PAINTING, ATTRIBUTED TO WANG ZHEN QI

          Est: $140 - $210

          Contemporary,High: 26.00 inch; Width:26.00 inch

          William's Auctions, LLC
        • FAMILLE ROSE BLINDS FIGHTING PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Nov. 12, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE BLINDS FIGHTING PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          黑檀木 作扵珠山八友"王琦" 瞎子打架 瓷板画 画工精细 Famille rose blinds fighting plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • FAMILLE ROSE KIDS GIVING BUDDHA BY WANG QI
          Oct. 29, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE KIDS GIVING BUDDHA BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          王琦作于珠山 Famille rose kids giving buddha by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • attributed to WANG QI (Chinese 1884-1937) FOUR FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUES, CHINESE REPUBLIC PERIOD (1912-1949),
          Oct. 01, 2022

          attributed to WANG QI (Chinese 1884-1937) FOUR FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUES, CHINESE REPUBLIC PERIOD (1912-1949),

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          attributed to WANG QI (Chinese 1884-1937) FOUR FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUES, CHINESE REPUBLIC PERIOD (1912-1949), enameled glazed porcelain plaques, each plaque with rows of poetic calligraphy and red seal mark, each signed with two characters in faint gilt, verso two with ink character inscriptions, one with a numbered stamp, and paper labels, "Made in China." Height: 14 3/4" Width: 10 1/8" Depth: 1/4" Note: At the twilight of the Qing Dynasty, and carrying into the early Chinese Republic period, the Eight Friends of Zhushan, formed an art collective to preserve old and ancient Chinese traditional enamel on porcelain arts. The last light bearers of the old Chinese cultural identity that fluttered frighteningly close extinction in the early to mid 20th century worked tirelessly and mystically even under full moons to orchestrate their mission of preservation. The present four plaque cycle shows the life of a living artist. The first grassy scene is of a toddler child tending to tea, while listening to music under orange color blooms in lush landscape; an allusion to spring. The second plaque, a summer scene is backed by smolder sunset, is a youth learning calligraphy with a bureaucrat wearing a mandarin orange robe. The third scene of adulthood shows the grown student dressed in a yellow gold robe immersed in strategic training and formalism with his aging teacher. The adult is enjoying life and his robe color becomes important as we see him aged in the fourth plaque. A winter scene closes the cycle and in a yellow robe the aged student is now showing a scroll, and sharing his lifetime of learning with a child in a pink robe; standing before a giant crane decorated screen. The elegant cycle is a fable of heritage and living a good life executed with mastery bearing four of the same seal marks.

          Simpson Galleries, LLC
        • A FAMILLE-ROSE WALL PLAQUE.MARK OF WANG QI
          Sep. 17, 2022

          A FAMILLE-ROSE WALL PLAQUE.MARK OF WANG QI

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          A FAMILLE-ROSE WALL PLAQUE.MARK OF WANG QI 。王琦画粉彩挂屏

          Wichita Auctioneers
        • VERY FINE FOUR FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PLAQUES SET, WANG QI
          Sep. 10, 2022

          VERY FINE FOUR FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PLAQUES SET, WANG QI

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          王琦 丙寅年作(1926) 粉彩紅樓夢人物故事瓷板畫四屏 Chinese. Each panel portraying the figures and scenes from the famous Chinese classical novel 'the Dream of Red Chamber', all delicately painted in famille rose enamels, with an inscription in regular script tributed to Wei Lu Zhuren, dated to the autumn of 1926, signed Wang Qi and with two seals reading 'Tao Le' and 'Tao Mi', and two apocryphal seal marks 'Qianlong Chenhan' and 'Weijing Weiyi', and 'San' and 'Qian' on two other panels, all enclosed within hardwood frames. Republic period, Circa 1926. Height: 24 in (61.0 cm) Width: 6 1/2 in (16.5 cm) Provenance: From the collection of Mr.and Mrs. Jacobs, Arizona, acquired by the family prior to 1970s in New York City.

          California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA
        • FAMILLE ROSE BUDDHA PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Jul. 09, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE BUDDHA PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          花䔧木 作扵珠山八友 "王琦" 南無大势至菩萨 瓷板画 画工精致 Famille rose buddha plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • WANG QI (Cina 1918 - 2016). ROOT. MIXED MEDIA ON PAPER
          Jul. 07, 2022

          WANG QI (Cina 1918 - 2016). ROOT. MIXED MEDIA ON PAPER

          Est: €400 - €600

          WANG QI (Cina 1918 - 2016) RADICE Tecnica mista su carta, cm. 160 x 47 WANG QI (Cina 1918 - 2016). ROOT. MIXED MEDIA ON PAPER 160 x 47 cm. Good Condition.

          Casa d'Aste Babuino
        • A Chinese painted tile panel attributed to Wang Qi
          Jun. 15, 2022

          A Chinese painted tile panel attributed to Wang Qi

          Est: £800 - £1,200

          A Chinese painted tile panel attributed to Wang Qi (1884-1937) Of rectangular outline and vertical aspect, painted with a scene of an elderly man seated beneath a pine tree while a boy plays, four lines of cursive script and one seal of the artist, set in a plain hardwood frame, 38cm x 24.5cm (frame 42.5cm x 29cm). Footnote: Wang Qi (1884-1937) was one of the celebrated group of artists known as 'The Eight Friends of Zhushan'.

          Halls Fine Art
        • FAMILLE ROSE KUIXING BUDDHA PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          May. 28, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE KUIXING BUDDHA PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          黑檀木 作扵珠山八友"王琦" 魁星点斗 瓷板画 画工精细 Famille rose Kuixing buddha plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • FAMILLE ROSE SEVEN TALENTS IN BAMBOO FOREST PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Mar. 26, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE SEVEN TALENTS IN BAMBOO FOREST PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 竹林七贤 瓷板画 Famille rose seven talents in bamboo forest plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • FAMILLE ROSE EIGHTEEN LUOHANS PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Mar. 26, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE EIGHTEEN LUOHANS PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          作扵珠山八友"王琦"十八罗汉 瓷板画 Famille rose eighteen Luohans plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • FAMILLE ROSE EIGHT IMMORTALS IN SEA PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Mar. 26, 2022

          FAMILLE ROSE EIGHT IMMORTALS IN SEA PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 八仙过海瓷板画 Famille rose eight immortals in sea plaque by Wang Qi

          Mega International Auction
        • A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PANELS, WANG QI
          Feb. 26, 2022

          A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PANELS, WANG QI

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          Republic period. Consisting of two famille rose panels, one depicting a man seated and holding a flute next to a beard man holding his necklace, with inscription and signed Wang Qi, with two seal marks; the other panel depicts two seated figures, one holding fan, with inscription and signed Wang Qi with two seal marks. Height: 15 2/8 in (38.7 cm) Length: 10 in (25.4 cm)

          California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA
        • AUSPICIOUS KIDS PLAYING PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Jan. 22, 2022

          AUSPICIOUS KIDS PLAYING PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,400 - $3,000

          民国珠山八友之王琦瓷板画 AUSPICIOUS KIDS PLAYING PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Mega International Auction
        • WANG QI. Marché (1963)
          Dec. 02, 2021

          WANG QI. Marché (1963)

          Est: €1,500 - €2,000

          WANG QI. Marché (1963). Gravure sur bois, 45 x 30 cm. Num. 21/50, titrée, signée, datée. 魦悜  农齝蒱场 Wang Qi (1918, Chongqing – 2016, Pékin) est diplômé en 1937 de l’institut des beaux-arts de Shanghai. L’année suivante, il est à Yan’an pour participer à la profonde restructuration imposée par Luxun en matière de création : ainsi, les thèmes proposés aux masses populaires doivent être accessibles par opposition à un art lettré trop loin des préoccupations du plus grand nombre. Ses œuvres sont publiées dans les quotidiens et revues à grande diffusion. Ses sujets s’attachent à célébrer le cadre rural, les espaces que les paysans cultivent avec acharnement, la beauté des paysages naturels, montagnes étranges et lieux notamment plantés d’arbres aux formes complexes. Il observe également les villes en pleine reconstruction et décrit les chantiers imposants qui donnent à Pékin un aspect méconnaissable. Sa gravure est précise, percutante, les zones de premier plan comme les fonds ne cessent de privilégier le détail qui reflète une volonté de simplicité narrative dans les mises en page. D’abord adepte du noir et blanc qui met l’accent sur les contrastes entre ombre et lumière, il recourt parfois à de larges zones chromatiques notamment pour traduire l’environnement naturel. Il fait partie de ce groupe de graveurs qui ont concilié leur activité de créateur à une esthétique focalisée sur le réel mouvant de la société qui s’est mise en place depuis 1949. Tirées à petit nombre, ses gravures sur bois sont actuellement dans les fonds de nombre d’établissements patrimoniaux. Elles sont le reflet d’une esthétique qui fait le lien entre la tradition de la gravure sur bois chinoise et sa vitalité remise dans un contexte social de premier plan.

          Alde
        • CHINESE PAINTING, ATTRIBUTED TO WANG ZHEN QI
          Sep. 04, 2021

          CHINESE PAINTING, ATTRIBUTED TO WANG ZHEN QI

          Est: $140 - $210

          Contemporary,High: 26.00 inch; Width:26.00 inch

          William's Auctions, LLC
        • An olive shaped polychrome enameled porcelain vase Republic period, attributed to Wang Qi
          Jun. 22, 2021

          An olive shaped polychrome enameled porcelain vase Republic period, attributed to Wang Qi

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          An olive shaped polychrome enameled porcelain vase Republic period, attributed to Wang Qi Potted in unusual elongated inverted baluster shape, the sides carefully enameled to depict a wizened sage amid a grove of blooming prunus branches accompanied by a boy acolyte, all beneath a lengthy inscription and bearing a signature and red seals in the style of Wang Qi. 10 1/2in (26.7cm) high For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI
          May. 15, 2021

          LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI

          Est: $1,300 - $1,600

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 南极星辉 瓷板画 画工精细 LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI

          Mega International Auction
        • GENERAL GUAN YU BY WANG QI
          May. 15, 2021

          GENERAL GUAN YU BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,200 - $3,300

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 关羽和周仓 瓷板画 画工精细 GENERAL GUAN YU BY WANG QI

          Mega International Auction
        • DA MO LUOHAN BY WANG QI
          May. 15, 2021

          DA MO LUOHAN BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,500 - $3,600

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 达摩渡江 瓷板画 画工精细 DA MO LUOHAN BY WANG QI

          Mega International Auction
        • LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI
          May. 15, 2021

          LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI

          Est: $2,400 - $3,500

          作扵珠山八友"王琦" 富贵长寿图 瓷板画 画工精细 LONGEVITY BUDDHA BY WANG QI

          Mega International Auction
        • A Set of Four Porcelain Wall Panels Attributed to Wang Qi
          Mar. 25, 2021

          A Set of Four Porcelain Wall Panels Attributed to Wang Qi

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          A Set of Four Porcelain Wall Panels Attributed to Wang Qi 19TH CENTURY 王琦(款)八仙挂屏四件 each depicted two of the Eight Immortals, with artist seals, Wang Qi, lian dan ji shi, song dao. Visible of each : 21 1/4 x 6 1/4 in., 55 x 16 cm.

          Hindman
        • A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi
          Mar. 15, 2021

          A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi Republic Period Of rectangular form, colorfully enameled to show a beggar scratching his leg. Sight Height 9 inches. C 

          Doyle New York
        • A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi
          Mar. 15, 2021

          A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          A Chinese Enameled Porcelain Plaque Attributed to Wang Qi Republic Period Of rectangular form, colorfully enameled to show a beggar scratching his leg. Sight Height 9 inches. C 

          Doyle New York
        • A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PANELS, WANG QI
          Mar. 06, 2021

          A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE 'FIGURES' PANELS, WANG QI

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          Republic period. Consisting of two famille rose panels, one depicting a man seated and holding a flute next to a beard man holding his necklace, with inscription and signed Wang Qi, with two seal marks; the other panel depicts two seated figures, one holding fan, with inscription and signed Wang Qi with two seal marks.

          California Asian Art Auction Gallery USA
        • A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Jan. 22, 2021

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: €300 - €600

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI (1884-1937) China, signed Zushan taotaozhai Wang Qi. Depiction of Lin Bu with a pupil, carrying a branch of plum blossoms. Painted in fine polychrome enamels. One poem in black ink. One seal. Condition: Good condition with some wear and minimal firing flaws. Provenance: From a private estate in the United Kingdom. Weight: 231.6 g including frame Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.5 cm including the frame Lin Bu (967-1028), art name Hejing, was a Chinese poet during the Northern Song dynasty. One of the most famous verse masters of his time. His works and theatrical solitude won him nationwide fame, and he was offered prestigious government posts, although he refused all civic duties in pursuit of his poetry. Long after he died, Lin’s eccentric attitude and his works retained a vivid place in Song cultural imagination and later works. He wrote countless poems on the plum blossom. Among the most famous is ‘Shanyuan Xiaomei’. It reads ‘Among withered flowers plum trees brightly bloom, dominating garden with beauty unsurpassed.’ With a European frame. (2) Wang Qi (1884-1937) Wang Qi was the most outstanding porcelain painter of his day. The present plaques, lot 359, 360, 361 and 362 are fine examples of his use of rapid and expressionistic brush strokes. After the fall of the Qing dynasty, imperial orders for porcelain dwindled at Jingdezhen, the main porcelain production center of China. Porcelain artists, released from imperial restraints, developed their own styles based upon famous scroll painters of earlier periods. Eight of the leading artists formed a group, which despite calling themselves ‘The Full Moon Society’ came to be known as the ‘Eight Friends of Zushan’. The development of Wang Qi’s mature style can be traced to a trip he made to Shanghai in 1916 to see an exhibition of works by a group of painters called Yangzhou Baguai (the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou). Wang was so impressed by the paintings of Huang Shen, one of the Eight Eccentrics, that he started to emulate Huang’s style. This influence can still be seen one some of the present lots with their whimsical, sometimes exaggerated figures and sparse backgrounds juxtaposed with long calligraphic inscriptions in running script. Not content to just emulate Huang’s style, Wang created his own by incrementally incorporating Western techniques in his work. This is also seen in the use of light and shading on faces and clothing of the immortals in the four present plaques, where realism and impressionism are harmoniously blended. 人物瓷板畫,王琦 (1884-1937) 中國,落款“珠山陶陶齋”與“王琦”,描繪詩人林逋植梅圖。設色暈染,題詩,印章。 品相:品相良好,一些磨損和輕微燒製瑕疵 來源:英國私人遺產 重量:231.6 克含框 尺寸:22.2 x 14.5 厘米 含框 王琦 (1884-1937) 王琦是十九世紀末二十世紀初著名陶瓷人物肖像畫藝術家之一。拍號359、360、361及362表現了他部分筆墨特點。王琦是“珠山八友”之首,他的成熟風格的發展可追溯到1916年去上海觀看“揚州八怪”作品展覽,深受黃慎畫風感染。 在他的一些人物肖像瓷板畫中仍然可見黃慎的影響,這些作品構圖誇張,背景稀疏,提款流暢。王琦并不僅僅滿足於模仿黃慎的風格,他不斷在自己的作品中融入西方繪畫技術,由此創造自己的風格。現在的四件肖像瓷板畫中對人物的面部以及衣服部位使用光影都可以看出他把現實主義和印象派和諧地融合在一起。

          Galerie Zacke
        • Horizontal Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi
          Dec. 19, 2020

          Horizontal Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Horizontal Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi 165" L x 10 1/2" H

          Wensly Auctions
        • Large Chinese Porcelain Table Screen, Signed Wang Qi
          Jul. 05, 2020

          Large Chinese Porcelain Table Screen, Signed Wang Qi

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Large Chinese Porcelain Table Screen, Signed Wang Qi upper left. Depicting figures with two geese underneath a tree. Provenance: Important Private Davis California collection. Plaque Size: 14.5 x 9.5 in. Overall Framed Size: 29 x 18.5 in.

          Helmuth Stone
        • Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi
          May. 16, 2020

          Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi 165 inch L x 10 1/2 H"

          Wensly Auctions
        • A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Apr. 25, 2020

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI (1884-1937) China, signed Zushan taotaozhai Wang Qi. Depiction of Lin Bu with a pupil, carrying a branch of plum blossoms. Painted in fine polychrome enamels. One poem in black ink. One seal. Provenance: From a private estate in the United Kingdom. Condition: Good condition with some wear and minimal firing flaws. Weight: 231.6 g including frame Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.5 cm including the frame Lin Bu (967-1028), art name Hejing, was a Chinese poet during the Northern Song dynasty. One of the most famous verse masters of his time. His works and theatrical solitude won him nationwide fame, and he was offered prestigious government posts, although he refused all civic duties in pursuit of his poetry. Long after he died, Lin’s eccentric attitude and his works retained a vivid place in Song cultural imagination and later works. He wrote countless poems on the plum blossom. Among the most famous is ‘Shanyuan Xiaomei’. It reads ‘Among withered flowers plum trees brightly bloom, dominating garden with beauty unsurpassed.’ With a European frame. (2) Wang Qi (1884-1937) Wang Qi was the most outstanding porcelain painter of his day. The present plaques, lot 359, 360, 361 and 362 are fine examples of his use of rapid and expressionistic brush strokes. After the fall of the Qing dynasty, imperial orders for porcelain dwindled at Jingdezhen, the main porcelain production center of China. Porcelain artists, released from imperial restraints, developed their own styles based upon famous scroll painters of earlier periods. Eight of the leading artists formed a group, which despite calling themselves ‘The Full Moon Society’ came to be known as the ‘Eight Friends of Zushan’. The development of Wang Qi’s mature style can be traced to a trip he made to Shanghai in 1916 to see an exhibition of works by a group of painters called Yangzhou Baguai (the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou). Wang was so impressed by the paintings of Huang Shen, one of the Eight Eccentrics, that he started to emulate Huang’s style. This influence can still be seen one some of the present lots with their whimsical, sometimes exaggerated figures and sparse backgrounds juxtaposed with long calligraphic inscriptions in running script. Not content to just emulate Huang’s style, Wang created his own by incrementally incorporating Western techniques in his work. This is also seen in the use of light and shading on faces and clothing of the immortals in the four present plaques, where realism and impressionism are harmoniously blended. 人物瓷板畫,王琦 (1884-1937) 中國,落款“珠山陶陶齋”與“王琦”,描繪詩人林逋植梅圖。設色暈染,題詩,印章。 來源:英國私人遺產 品相:品相良好,一些磨損和輕微燒製瑕疵 重量:231.6 克含框 尺寸:22.2 x 14.5 厘米 含框 王琦 (1884-1937) 王琦是十九世紀末二十世紀初著名陶瓷人物肖像畫藝術家之一。拍號359、360、361及362表現了他部分筆墨特點。王琦是“珠山八友”之首,他的成熟風格的發展可追溯到1916年去上海觀看“揚州八怪”作品展覽,深受黃慎畫風感染。 在他的一些人物肖像瓷板畫中仍然可見黃慎的影響,這些作品構圖誇張,背景稀疏,提款流暢。王琦并不僅僅滿足於模仿黃慎的風格,他不斷在自己的作品中融入西方繪畫技術,由此創造自己的風格。現在的四件肖像瓷板畫中對人物的面部以及衣服部位使用光影都可以看出他把現實主義和印象派和諧地融合在一起。   [HardstonesandJades] [CeramicandPorcelain]

          Galerie Zacke
        • A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Apr. 25, 2020

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI (1884-1937) China, signed Taomi sanren Wang Qi. Depiction of Wang Xizhi with a pupil feeding two geese. Painted in fine polychrome enamels. One poem in black ink. One seal. Provenance: From a private estate in the United Kingdom. Condition: Good condition with some wear and minimal firing flaws. Weight: 266.5 g including frame Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.5 cm including the frame Wang Xizhi (303-361) was a Chinese writer and official who lived during the Jin Dynasty, best known for his mastery of Chinese calligraphy. Wang is generally regarded as the greatest Chinese calligrapher in history and was a master of all forms of Chinese calligraphy, especially the running script. Emperor Taizong of Tang admired his works so much that the original Preface to the Poems Composed at the Orchid Pavilion (Lanting Xu) is said to have been buried with the emperor in his mausoleum. Wang Xizhi was said to derive inspiration from natural forms such as the graceful neck movements of geese. With a European frame. (2) Wang Qi (1884-1937) Wang Qi was the most outstanding porcelain painter of his day. The present plaques, lot 359, 360, 361 and 362 are fine examples of his use of rapid and expressionistic brush strokes. After the fall of the Qing dynasty, imperial orders for porcelain dwindled at Jingdezhen, the main porcelain production center of China. Porcelain artists, released from imperial restraints, developed their own styles based upon famous scroll painters of earlier periods. Eight of the leading artists formed a group, which despite calling themselves ‘The Full Moon Society’ came to be known as the ‘Eight Friends of Zushan’. The development of Wang Qi’s mature style can be traced to a trip he made to Shanghai in 1916 to see an exhibition of works by a group of painters called Yangzhou Baguai (the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou). Wang was so impressed by the paintings of Huang Shen, one of the Eight Eccentrics, that he started to emulate Huang’s style. This influence can still be seen one some of the present lots with their whimsical, sometimes exaggerated figures and sparse backgrounds juxtaposed with long calligraphic inscriptions in running script. Not content to just emulate Huang’s style, Wang created his own by incrementally incorporating Western techniques in his work. This is also seen in the use of light and shading on faces and clothing of the immortals in the four present plaques, where realism and impressionism are harmoniously blended. 人物瓷板畫,王琦 (1884-1937) 中國,落款“陶迷散人王琦”,描繪王羲之戯鵝圖。設色暈染,題詩,印章。 來源:英國私人遺產. 品相:品相良好,一些磨損和輕微燒製瑕疵。 重量:266.5 克 含框 尺寸:22.2 x 14.5 厘米 含框 王琦 (1884-1937) 王琦是十九世紀末二十世紀初著名陶瓷人物肖像畫藝術家之一。拍號359、360、361及362表現了他部分筆墨特點。王琦是“珠山八友”之首,他的成熟風格的發展可追溯到1916年去上海觀看“揚州八怪”作品展覽,深受黃慎畫風感染。 在他的一些人物肖像瓷板畫中仍然可見黃慎的影響,這些作品構圖誇張,背景稀疏,提款流暢。王琦并不僅僅滿足於模仿黃慎的風格,他不斷在自己的作品中融入西方繪畫技術,由此創造自己的風格。現在的四件肖像瓷板畫中對人物的面部以及衣服部位使用光影都可以看出他把現實主義和印象派和諧地融合在一起。   [HardstonesandJades] [CeramicandPorcelain]

          Galerie Zacke
        • A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Apr. 25, 2020

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI (1884-1937) China, signed Zushan ke Wang Qi. Depiction of an elderly scholar, wearing a large straw hat and a gnarly wood cane, instructing a pupil with a fishing rod and a basket. Painted in fine polychrome enamels. One poem in black ink. One seal. Provenance: From a private estate in the United Kingdom. Condition: Good condition with some wear and minimal firing flaws. Weight: 276.7 g including frame Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.5 cm including the frame With a European frame. (2) Wang Qi (1884-1937) Wang Qi was the most outstanding porcelain painter of his day. The present plaques, lot 359, 360, 361 and 362 are fine examples of his use of rapid and expressionistic brush strokes. After the fall of the Qing dynasty, imperial orders for porcelain dwindled at Jingdezhen, the main porcelain production center of China. Porcelain artists, released from imperial restraints, developed their own styles based upon famous scroll painters of earlier periods. Eight of the leading artists formed a group, which despite calling themselves ‘The Full Moon Society’ came to be known as the ‘Eight Friends of Zushan’. The development of Wang Qi’s mature style can be traced to a trip he made to Shanghai in 1916 to see an exhibition of works by a group of painters called Yangzhou Baguai (the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou). Wang was so impressed by the paintings of Huang Shen, one of the Eight Eccentrics, that he started to emulate Huang’s style. This influence can still be seen one some of the present lots with their whimsical, sometimes exaggerated figures and sparse backgrounds juxtaposed with long calligraphic inscriptions in running script. Not content to just emulate Huang’s style, Wang created his own by incrementally incorporating Western techniques in his work. This is also seen in the use of light and shading on faces and clothing of the immortals in the four present plaques, where realism and impressionism are harmoniously blended. 人物瓷板畫,王琦(1884-1937) 中國,“珠山客”與“王琦”,描繪一老翁背背魚簍手持木杖及一小童。設色暈染,題詩,印章。 來源:英國私人遺產 品相:品相良好,一些磨損和輕微燒製瑕疵 重量: 276.7 克 含框 尺寸: 22.2 x 14.5 厘米 含框 王琦 (1884-1937) 王琦是十九世紀末二十世紀初著名陶瓷人物肖像畫藝術家之一。拍號359、360、361及362表現了他部分筆墨特點。王琦是“珠山八友”之首,他的成熟風格的發展可追溯到1916年去上海觀看“揚州八怪”作品展覽,深受黃慎畫風感染。 在他的一些人物肖像瓷板畫中仍然可見黃慎的影響,這些作品構圖誇張,背景稀疏,提款流暢。王琦并不僅僅滿足於模仿黃慎的風格,他不斷在自己的作品中融入西方繪畫技術,由此創造自己的風格。現在的四件肖像瓷板畫中對人物的面部以及衣服部位使用光影都可以看出他把現實主義和印象派和諧地融合在一起。   [HardstonesandJades] [CeramicandPorcelain]

          Galerie Zacke
        • A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI
          Apr. 25, 2020

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          A PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY WANG QI (1884-1937) China, signed Taomi sanren Wang Qi. Depiction of Lu Dongbin with an attendant. Painted in fine polychrome enamels. One poem in black ink. One seal. Provenance: From a private estate in the United Kingdom. Condition: One corner with a triangular loss of 1.3 x 1.7 cm, restuck with remainders of glue visible. Otherwise good condition with some wear and minimal firing flaws. Weight: 242.9 g including frame Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.5 cm including the frame With a European frame. (2) Wang Qi (1884-1937) Wang Qi was the most outstanding porcelain painter of his day. The present plaques, lot 359, 360, 361 and 362 are fine examples of his use of rapid and expressionistic brush strokes. After the fall of the Qing dynasty, imperial orders for porcelain dwindled at Jingdezhen, the main porcelain production center of China. Porcelain artists, released from imperial restraints, developed their own styles based upon famous scroll painters of earlier periods. Eight of the leading artists formed a group, which despite calling themselves ‘The Full Moon Society’ came to be known as the ‘Eight Friends of Zushan’. The development of Wang Qi’s mature style can be traced to a trip he made to Shanghai in 1916 to see an exhibition of works by a group of painters called Yangzhou Baguai (the Eight Eccentrics of Yangzhou). Wang was so impressed by the paintings of Huang Shen, one of the Eight Eccentrics, that he started to emulate Huang’s style. This influence can still be seen one some of the present lots with their whimsical, sometimes exaggerated figures and sparse backgrounds juxtaposed with long calligraphic inscriptions in running script. Not content to just emulate Huang’s style, Wang created his own by incrementally incorporating Western techniques in his work. This is also seen in the use of light and shading on faces and clothing of the immortals in the four present plaques, where realism and impressionism are harmoniously blended. 人物瓷板畫,王琦 (1884-1937) 中國,落款“陶迷散人王琦”,描繪呂洞賓及小童。設色暈染,題詩,印章。 來源:英國私人遺產. 品相: 一角有大約1.3 x 1.7 厘米的缺損,粘黏之後可見膠水殘餘。其他部位品相良好,輕微燒製瑕疵。 重量: 242.9 克 含框 尺寸: 22.2 x 14.5 厘米,含框 王琦 (1884-1937) 王琦是十九世紀末二十世紀初著名陶瓷人物肖像畫藝術家之一。拍號359、360、361及362表現了他部分筆墨特點。王琦是“珠山八友”之首,他的成熟風格的發展可追溯到1916年去上海觀看“揚州八怪”作品展覽,深受黃慎畫風感染。 在他的一些人物肖像瓷板畫中仍然可見黃慎的影響,這些作品構圖誇張,背景稀疏,提款流暢。王琦并不僅僅滿足於模仿黃慎的風格,他不斷在自己的作品中融入西方繪畫技術,由此創造自己的風格。現在的四件肖像瓷板畫中對人物的面部以及衣服部位使用光影都可以看出他把現實主義和印象派和諧地融合在一起。   [HardstonesandJades] [CeramicandPorcelain]

          Galerie Zacke
        • CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUE ATTRIB. WANG QI
          Mar. 21, 2020

          CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUE ATTRIB. WANG QI

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          A Chinese famille rose porcelain plaque of 2 male figures attributed to Wang Qi. The plaque has an inscription, 2 seals, and is framed. Dimensions of the plaque are: 8 1/4 in. tall X 4 1/2 in. wide; 21 cm tall X 11.4 cm wide. All measurements are approximate. High resolution images can be found at: https://oag.smugmug.com/Asian-Decorative-Arts-March-2020

          Oakridge Auction Gallery
        • Porcelain Plaque Signed Wang Qi.
          Jun. 30, 2019

          Porcelain Plaque Signed Wang Qi.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          RETURNED TO AUCTION DUE TO BAD BIDDER XIAOYI WU. Republic Period, China. From a Long Island, NY estate.

          Clarke Auction Gallery
        • Chinese Porcelain Plaque, Immortals, Marked Wang Qi
          Jun. 16, 2019

          Chinese Porcelain Plaque, Immortals, Marked Wang Qi

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Chinese enameled porcelain plaque, Li Tieguai and Han Xiangzi, featuring the two of the Eight Daoist Immortals, the upper right with the names of the immortal, followed by a poetic verse, with cyclical date guiyou (corresponding to 1933), bearing signature 'Wang Qi', sight:14"h x 9.25"w, overall (framed): 15.5"w x 22"h

          Clars Auctions
        • Chinese Famille Rose Plaque Signed Wang Qi
          Jun. 01, 2019

          Chinese Famille Rose Plaque Signed Wang Qi

          Est: $300 - $500

          Chinese Famille Rose porcelain plaque, signed Wang Qi, 16" x 9". Provenance: Irvine, California collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Porcelain Plaque Signed Wang Qi.
          May. 05, 2019

          Porcelain Plaque Signed Wang Qi.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Republic Period, China. From a Long Island, NY estate.

          Clarke Auction Gallery
        • FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUE, ATTRIBUTED WANG QI
          Mar. 14, 2019

          FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUE, ATTRIBUTED WANG QI

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Chinese famille rose porcelain plaque of 2 male figures attributed to Wang Qi. The plaque has an inscription, 2 seals, and is framed. Dimensions are: 8 1/4 inches tall X 4 1/2 inches wide, while the frame measures 10 3/4 inches tall X 7 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

          Oakridge Auction Gallery
        • Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi
          Dec. 01, 2018

          Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi

          Est: $10,000 - $20,000

          Chinese Long Scrolled Painting By Wang Yuan Qi 165 x 10 1/2"

          Wensly Auctions
        • PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUES BY WANG QI
          Mar. 25, 2018

          PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PLAQUES BY WANG QI

          Est: $25,000 - $40,000

          A pair of framed famille rose porcelain plaques depicting figures in a landscape by Wang Qi. The first plaque depicts 3 men in a canoe, while the second plaque depicts a man on a horse. Each plaque has a poem and 1 seal. Dimensions are: 31 1/2 inches tall X 8 inches wide. The frame measure 41 inches tall X 15 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

          Oakridge Auction Gallery
        • CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUE W/ TIGER BY WANG QI
          Mar. 25, 2018

          CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUE W/ TIGER BY WANG QI

          Est: $6,000 - $10,000

          A famille rose porcelain plaque with a lady and a tiger in a landscape by Wang Qi. The plaque has a poem, signature, and 1 seal. Dimensions are: 15 inches tall X 10 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

          Oakridge Auction Gallery
        • A Chinese Porcelain Plaque,in the style of Wang Qi
          Oct. 17, 2017

          A Chinese Porcelain Plaque,in the style of Wang Qi

          Est: $500 - $800

          A Chinese Porcelain Plaque,in the style of Wang Qi 13 x 7.5cm (plaque)

          McKenzies Auctioneers
        • Chinese famille rose-painted porcelain plaque with two immortals, attributed to Wang Qi,
          Sep. 09, 2017

          Chinese famille rose-painted porcelain plaque with two immortals, attributed to Wang Qi,

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Chinese famille rose-painted porcelain plaque with two immortals, attributed to Wang Qi Depicting two immortals gazing at a descending red bat, signed and with two seals upper left, framed. sight H: 7 1/2 in., 19cm; W: 4 7/8 in., 12.4cm

          Freeman's
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