Chinese Art

“There has never before been a period of greater accessibility, and greater opportunity for the people of any given culture to learn directly from one another,” says Susanna Ferrell, Wynn Resorts…
Last year, a man bought a Chinese bowl for $35 at a yard sale in Connecticut. In March 2021, the very same bowl went for auction at Sotheby’s and was sold for $721,800.
Sotheby’s April 18 Hong Kong sale, ICONS: Masterpieces from across time and space, features—as the name implies—a vast array of items chosen for their ability to inspire and delight viewers. 
Freeman’s will hold its Asian Arts auction on April 8, the sale will showcase a rare example of Chinese Porcelain, a carved twelve-panel “Coromandel” folding screen, and a hanging scroll attributed…

Master artist Zao Wou-Ki was one of the titans of Chinese art in the post- war period. His energetic painting ‘13.02.62’, offered in our upcoming auction Beyond Legends: Modern Art Evening Sale (…

In time for spring, celebrated Asian sculptural painter, Zhuang Hong Yi, will unveil his newest works in the highly anticipated solo exhibition titled Essence. Launching HOFA Gallery, London, on 8…
On January 14, Artcurial offered a record-setting original, unpublished cover design from The Adventures of Tintin, one of the most iconic European comics of the 20th century.
The Chinese Tang Dynasty is unparalleled in the opulence of its works of art. Sotheby’s upcoming sale ‘Important Chinese Art’ (4 November | London) features exquisite Tang Sancai coloured ceramic…