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林風眠作程十髮題引首《秋艷風景圖》立軸

Autumn Twilight in a Forest by LIN FENGMIAN inscribed by CHENG SHIFA

 

林風眠作程十髮題引首《秋艷風景圖》立軸

畫心題識簽名: 林風眠。

畫心一式鈐印: 林風瞑。

畫心大小尺寸: 高 H 66.5 x 寬 W 63.5 cm 約 3.87 平尺 4.69 才

畫心媒體形制: 水墨設色紙本中堂懸掛立軸

 

引首題識簽名: 秋艷。程十髮。

引首一式鈐印: 程十髮。

引首大小尺寸: 高 H 46 x 寬 W 63.5 cm 約 2.68 平尺 3.24 才

引首媒體形制: 水墨紙本中堂懸掛立軸

 

Autumn Twilight in a Forest by LIN FENGMIAN inscribed by CHENG SHIFA

 

Size: Painting H 66.5 x W 63.5 cm; Inscription H 46 x W 63.5 cm.

 

Ink and color on paper, mounted on one hanging scroll, signed LIN FENGMIAN, with one seal of the artist, inscribed AUTUMN TWILIGHT by CHENG SHIFA, with one seal of the inscriber.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

Page 84 (14 Chinese artists) 第84頁14位中國畫家

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

Page 85 (17 Chinese artists) 第85頁17位中國畫家

 

53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

Page 86 (18 Chinese artists) 第86頁18位中國畫家

 

103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

Page 87 (19 Chinese artists) 第87頁19位中國畫家

 

152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

Page 88 (15 Chinese artists) 第88頁15位中國畫家

 

201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

Page 91 (18 Chinese artists) 第91頁18位中國畫家

 

351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Mutton Fat White Jade Linking Clouds Royal Dragon Pendant Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢古羊脂白玉透空圓雕勾連雲紋龍形珮

2. A Coincident Carved Khotan Russet Skin Mutton Fat White Jade Sitting Double-humped Camel Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢和闐黑棗皮古羊脂白玉巧雕坐姿雙峯駱駝

  

Taiwan Web Museum

A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館

網路世界裡的免費博物館

 

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆

网络世界里的免费博物馆

 

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

 

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

 

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!

歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

 

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)

Private Museum preparatory office

中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

 

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#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com

 

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A conceptual version of this famous Georgian Bath townscape as it might appear with a Venice style canal running down it. This is from the grounds of the Holburne Museum looking West with the cuppola on the top of the Victoria Art Gallery visible on the left. This magnificent steeet and area (c1788-1820) was designed by Robert Baldwin as Bath's 'New Town' - the other side of Pulteney Bridge from the old city (and also from John Wood's magnificent early Georgian Palladian set pieces of architecture - The Circus, Queen Square and Royal Crescent).

 

The area is in the then fashionable Neoclassical style of Robert Adam and is one Britain's finest streets of the period, being 1,100ft long and 100 ft wide (335 x 30 metres) with the terraces laid out to appear like palaces. It was intended to form the central spine of a maze of radiating streets and circuses of similar gradure, but the Bath banking collapse of 1793 ended these plans and only a few streets were completed.

 

Many famous people have lived or stayed in this imposing complex of town houses, including several British royals and the exiled monarchs - Charles V, Louis XVIII and Napoleon III, and also William Wilberforce MP (leader of the Abolition of Slavery movement), Prime Minister Pitt the Yonger and many military and literary figures. But my favourite local resident (of No 8 Henrietta Street off to the right close to the end of the street from here) is the landlord of the White Heart Inn, Mr Moses Pickwick, whose name was used by Dickens for arguably his most famous and endearing male character.

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Starting today, I'm gonna incorporate many masks into my self-portraits, in honor of Mr. Sardonicus' March Mask Madness. I haven't lived up to my name as Mask Queen. Did you know I am the mask queen? No? See what I mean?

Identifier: worldoffashionco13lond

Title: The World of fashion and continental feuilletons

Year: 1824 (1820s)

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Subjects: Fashion

Publisher: London : Published by Mr. Bell

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ryattractive, but the colours^ew. ** Then, was the reply,** I think the artists have reason to be satisfied, for by yourown showing, they have come off with fiying colours.** physic and fiddlers.By filling phials doctors live, (O, dear I theres no escaping them I)Musicians too by viols thrive,But then it is by scraping them !Flourishing Trade.—A gentleman who has many sons^on being asked what professions he should bring them to,replied, If I thought the rage for cabs would continue, Iwould make them all surgeons / The Past and the Present.—What a pity it is that wecannot see what fools we are, as well as what fools we havebeen. Simplicity.—A certain lordling not overburthened withwit, took up a book which contained a passage concerning thedifferent races of men, such as the black, the white, thecopper-coloured, &c. at which he expressed much surprise. Dear me 1 he exclaimed, I never before heard of anything but the foot races of men! bell, printer, 28, craven-street, strand.

 

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]EIL:copyright:I[§I1 THE WORLD OF FASHION, AND CONTINENTAL FEUILLETONS. A MONTHLY MAGAZINE. BSOrCATED EXPRESSLY TO HIGH LIFE, FASHIONABLES A?iD FASHIONS, POLITE LITERATURE, FINE ARTS, THE OPERA THEATRES, &c. &c. No. CLI. LONDON, OCTOBER 1, 1836. Vol. XHJ. THIS NUMBER IS EMBELLISHED WITH SIX PLATES. PLATE THE FIRST.—AN AUTHENTIC PORTRAIT OF THE RENOWNED HELOISE.PLATE THE SECOND.—THREE MORNING AND EVENING DRESSES, THREE HALF-LENGTH FIGURES, AND FASHIONABLE BONNETS.PLATE THE THIRD.—THREE MORNING AND EVENING DRESSES, AND THREE HALF-LENGTH FIGURES.PLATE THE FOURTH.—THREE MORNING AND EVENING DRESSES, AND THREE HALF-LENGTH FIGURES.PLATE THE FIFTH. — THREE MORNING AND EVENING DRESSES,THREE HALF-LENGTH FIGURES, AND A FASHIONABLB BONNET.PLATE THE SIXTH. THREE MORNING AND EVENING DRESSES, AND THREE HALF-LENGTH FIGURES. HELOISE. I can give not what men call love, But wilt thou accept notThe worship the heart lifts above And the Heavens reject not!The desire of the moth for the star, Of

  

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Identifier: americancookery19unse_4

Title: American cookery

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ic. It stands on asloping bank that sweeps to the waters edge, and across the front extends a widecovered veranda. Broad paned windowsline the house on all sides, and at the rearis a great door, with upper panel of glass.The interior is characterized by a greatfireplace of brick, and in one corner, be-tween two window spaces, is a large piano,which furnishes music for the impromptudances which generally terminate the daysfrolic. At Beach Bluff on the Paine estate, isa fine Colonial building devoted to thechildrens use. It nestles in a nookamong the apple trees; and at the frontand sides are spacious lawns furnishingplenty of room for out-of-door sports.Parallel to the long piazza is a well-keptflower garden, which is a succession ofbloom from early spring until late autumn. The exterior is painted white with darkgreen blinds, and the entrance porch, ofpure Colonial design, is supported bystout pillars. The interior has beenplanned as a place where play life can be 334 AMERICAN COOKERY

 

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A TREE PLAYHOUSE enjoyed to the fullest extent, and there isno best furniture to be careful of, lestit be broken, no plaster walls to watch outnot to mar, and no carpets to fall over.The furniture is of substantial oak, madeto fit the children, and the walls are ofplain studs and outside boarding, not evenpainted, while the floor is devoid of cover-ing of any sort. At one side of the mainroom is a great brick fireplace and aboveit extends a narrow mantel. Beyond the living-room, two smallerrooms open. One is used as a kitchen,where the girls^of the household can cookto their hearts content, and the other is aworkship for the boys, equipped withcarpenters bench and a full assortment oftools. Two attractive playhouses are locatedat Cohasset. One is the rendezvous of afamily of boys, and the other is the posses-sion of the small daughter of Mr. Gay. The first one has exterior finish ofshingles, left to weather, with whitepainted trim, and across the front andrear extend broad uncovered v

  

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I was tagged by photos and tea (photos and tea's Photostream) last week and somehow missed it. So here are 10 things about me that you may not know:

 

1. This picture is of a shop window that is called the Chocolate Lab--that isn't what you don't know about me. Here it is: I don't like chocolate. I will eat it if I have to, but rarely ever get hungry for it and certainly don't crave it.

2. If you give me gummy candy, I will be your friend forever.

3. I am an only child, but I am not spoiled and love to share.

4. I always thought that I would marry a man who is taller and older than me, but my wonderful Mister is younger and shorter.

5. I have a short attention span....or maybe a fear of being really good at something....or maybe I am just lazy. I can play just about all woodwind instruments and own 6 different ones, but am not really good at any of them. As soon as I start getting good at one, I stop practicing or start learning a new one.

6. I would much rather sit around and read all day than ever do any kind of exercise.

7. My grandparents live in a place called Bobtown. Nobody knows who Bob was.

8. I am allergic to raw carrots. I used to eat them until my fingers turned orange when I was a kid and when I got to college, developed an allergy to them....my throat gets itchy, my gums get swollen and red....so I just don't eat them anymore, but miss them terribly. The allergist told me to just try eating one every now and then, but I am scared to.

9. My parents lived in Brazil for 2 years--it is an amazing country.

10. I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up.

 

So I guess I have to tag 10 people...Here they are:

captureamoment2009

Kei♫335

Zanthia

Dean Mz

Leentje32

katrinhagel

blackrose916

blueskyoveraquatic

ankakay

randihausken

 

View On Black

Mr.Corn Photography studio 玉米先生婚禮攝影 玉米先生

I can't even begin to defend myself on this one. Some of us know that if you use cloudy days to your favor you can get images you might not otherwise get at places where the sun never seems to line up at this or that time of day or year. You can shoot a train or other subject that normally would be running or positioned backlit. Soooo yeah. This was a case of that. This was the only one that "turned out." I had just missed an NS 70ACe just minutes before this. I had mistakenly put an old card brimmed to capacity in my camera and when Mr. EMD rounded the curve...what I said won't be repeated here. It will take a week of repenting and a month of fasting to be forgiven for what those poor bird, snails and flowers heard. So........I stick it out knowing I will be vindicated knowing this is hot on the other trains heels. Alright! Something bright and flashy to brighten the scene! Wait?! My f stop is what?! That on the nose says what?! It could be a while before anyone on here sees me again. I have 1 year of fasting and 5 light years of repenting to do. NS 335 near Birmingham, AL.

Completing the 1001 book version wouldn't be possible for me, but movies, well, maybe, but don't know if i wanted to.

 

This book's listing doesn't reach 1001 titles, but goes up to about 974, dated from 1902 up until 2003. I think its about time they update. I've marked the one I saw with an Astrix (*), two for the one I like. It looks like i've got a long way to go.

 

So far I'm not that impressed with all the movie in the list, so I'll check internet reviews before i add them to my viewing list.

 

"1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die"

 

1. A Trip to the Moon (1902)

2. The Great Train Robbery (1903)

3. The Birth of a Nation (1915)

4. Les Vampires (1915)

5. Intolerance (1916)

6. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)

7. Broken Blossoms (1919)

8. Way Down East (1920)

9. Within Our Gates (1920)

10. The Phantom Carriage (1921)

11. Orphans of the Storm (1921)

12. The Smiling Madame Beudet (1922)

13. Dr. Mabuse, Parts 1 and 2 (1922)

14. Nanook of the North (1922)

15. Nosferatu, A Symphony of Terror(1922)

16. Haxan (1923)

17. Foolish Wives (1922)

18. Our Hospitality (1923)

19. The Wheel (1923)

20. The Thief of Bagdad (1924)

21. Strike (1924)

22. Greed (1924)

23. Sherlock, Jr. (1924)

24. The Last Laugh (1924)

25. Seven Chances (1925)

26. The Phantom of the Opera (1925)*

27. The Battleship Potemkin (1925)

28. The Gold Rush (1925)

29. The Big Parade (1925)

30. Metropolis (1927)

31. Sunrise (1927)

32. The General (1927)

33. The Unknown (1927)

34. October (1927)

35. The Jazz Singer (1927)

36. Napoleon (1927)

37. The Kid Brother (1927)

38. The Crowd (1928)

39. The Docks of New York (1928)

40. An Andalusian Dog (1928)

41. The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)

42. Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)

43. Storm over Asia (1928)

44. Blackmail (1929)

45. The Man with the Movie Camera (1929)

46. Pandora's Box (1929)

47. The Blue Angel (1930)

48. The Age Of Gold (1930)

49. Earth (1930)

50. Little Caesar (1930)

51. All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

52. Freedom For Us (1931)

53. The Million (1931)

54. Tabu (1931)

55. Dracula (1931)

56. Frankenstein (1931)

57. City Lights (1931)

58. The Public Enemy (1931)

59. M (1931)

60. The Bitch (1931)

61. The Vampire (1932)

62. Love Me Tonight (1932)

63. Boudu Saved from Drowning (1932)

64. I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932)

65. Trouble in Paradise (1932)

66. Scarface: The Shame Of A Nation (1932)

67. Shanghai Express (1932)

68. Freaks (1932)

69. Me and My Gal (1932)

70. Zero for Conduct (1933)

71. 42nd Street (1933)

72. Footlight Parade (1933)

73. Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

74. She Done Him Wrong (1933)

75. Duck Soup (1933)

76. Queen Christina (1933)

77. Land Without Bread (1933)

78. King Kong (1933)

79. The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933)

80. Sons of the Desert (1933)

81. It's a Gift (1934)

82. Triumph of the Will (1934)

83. L'Atalante (1934)

84. The Black Cat (1934)

85. Judge Priest (1934)

86. It Happened One Night (1934)

87. The Thin Man (1934)

88. Captain Blood (1935)

89. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

90. A Night at the Opera (1935)

91. The 39 Steps (1935)

92. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

93. Top Hat (1935)

94. A Day in the Country (1936)

95. Modern Times (1936)

96. Swing Time (1936)

97. My Man Godfrey (1936)

98. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)

99. Camille (1936)

100. Sabotage (1936)

101. Dodsworth (1936)

102. Things to Come (1936)

103. The Story of a Cheat (1936)

104. Captains Courageous (1937)

105. Midnight Song (1937)

106. Grand Illusion (1937)

107. Stella Dallas (1937)

108. The Life of Emile Zola (1937)

109. Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)

110. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

111. The Awful Truth (1937)

112. Pepe Le Moko (1937)

113. Jezebel (1938)

114. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)*

115. Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)

116. Olympia (1938)

117. The Baker's Wife (1938)

118. Bringing Up Baby (1938)

119. Stagecoach (1939)

120. The Story of the Late Chrysanthemums (1939)

121. Babes in Arms (1939)

122. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)

123. The Wizard of Oz (1939)

124. Destry Rides Again (1939)

125. Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

126. Gone With the Wind (1939)

127. Daybreak (1939)

128. Gunga Din (1939)

129. Ninotchka (1939)

130. The Rules of the Game (1939)

131. Wuthering Heights (1939)

132. His Girl Friday (1940)

133. Rebecca (1940)

134. Fantasia (1940)

135. The Philadelphia Story (1940)

136. The Grapes of Wrath (1940)

137. Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)

137. Pinocchio (1940)

138. The Mortal Storm (1940)

139. The Bank Dick (1940)

140. Citizen Kane (1941)

141. The Lady Eve (1941)

142. The Wolf Man (1941)

143. The Maltese Falcon (1941)*

144. Sergeant York (1941)

145. Dumbo (1941)

146. High Sierra (1941)

147. Sullivan's Travels (1941)

148. How Green Was My Valley (1941)

149. The Palm Beach Story (1942)

150. Now, Voyager (1942)

151. Casablanca (1942)

152. To Be or Not to Be (1942)

153. Cat People (1942)

154. The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)

155. Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)

156. Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)

157. Fires Were Started (1943)

158. The Man in Grey (1943)

158. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)

159. I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

160. The Seventh Victim (1943)

161. The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)

162. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

163. Ossessione (1943)

164. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

165. To Have and Have Not (1944)

166. Laura (1944)

167. Gaslight (1944)

168. Henry V (1944)

169. Ivan the Terrible, Parts One and Two (1944)

170. Double Indemnity (1944)

171. Murder, My Sweet (1944)

172. The Battle of San Pietro (1945)

173. Spellbound (1945)

174. Mildred Pierce (1945)

175. The Children of Paradise (1945)

176. Open City (1945)

177. The Lost Weekend (1945)

178. Detour (1945)

179. I Know Where I'm Going! (1945)

180. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

181. Brief Encounter (1946)

182. Paisan (1946)

183. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)

184. My Darling Clementine (1946)

185. The Stranger (1946)

186. Beauty and the Beast (1946)

187. The Big Sleep (1946)

188. The Killers (1946)

189. A Matter of Life and Death (1946)

190. Great Expectations (1946)**

191. Notorious (1946)

192. Black Narcissus (1946)

193. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

194. Gilda (1946)

195. Monsieur Verdoux (1947)

196. Out of the Past (1947)

197. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)

198. Odd Man Out (1947)

199. The Bicycle Thief (1948)

200. Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948)

201. Secret Beyond the Door (1948)

202. Force of Evil (1948)

203. Spring in a Small Town (1948)

204. Red River (1948)

205. Rope (1948)

206. The Snake Pit (1948)

207. The Lady from Shanghai (1948)

208. The Paleface (1948)

209. The Red Shoes (1948)

210. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)

211. Louisiana Story (1948)

212. The Heiress (1949)

213. Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949)

214. Gun Crazy (1949)

215. Adam's Rib (1949)

216. Whiskey Galore! (1949)

217. White Heat (1949)

218. The Reckless Moment (1949)

219. The Third Man (1949)

220. On the Town (1949)

221. Orpheus (1949)

222. The Asphalt Jungle (1950)

223. Rashomon (1950)

224. Winchester '73 (1950)

225. Rio Grande (1950)

226. All About Eve (1950)

227. Sunset Blvd. (1950)

228. Los Olvidados (1950)

229. In a Lonely Place (1950)

230. The Big Carnival (1951)

231. A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

232. Strangers on a Train (1951)

233. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)

234. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)

235. The African Queen (1951)

236. Diary of a Country Priest (1951)

237. An American in Paris (1951)

238. A Place in the Sun (1951)

239. The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)

240. The Quiet Man (1952)

241. Forbidden Games (1952)

242. Angel Face (1952)

243. Singin' in the Rain (1952)

244. To Live (1952)

245. Europa '51 (1952)

246. The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)

247. The Big Sky (1952)

248. High Noon (1952)

249. Umberto D (1952)

250. The Golden Coach (1952)

251. The Bigamist (1953)

252. The Band Wagon (1953)

253. Madame De… (1953)

254. From Here to Eternity (1953)

255. Tokyo Story (1953)

256. Roman Holiday (1953)

257. Wages of Fear (1953)

258. The Naked Spur (1953)

259. Pickup on South Street (1953)

260. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

261. The Big Heat (1953)

262. M. Hulot's Holiday (1953)

263. Voyage in Italy (1953)

264. Tales of Ugetsu (1953)

265. Shane (1953)

266. Beat the Devil (1953)

267. Johnny Guitar (1954)

268. On the Waterfront (1954)

269. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)

270. Les Diaboliques (1954)

271. Animal Farm (1954)

272. Rear Window (1954)

273. A Star Is Born (1954)

274. The Barefoot Contessa (1954)

275. The Road (1954)

276. The Seven Samurai (1954)

277. The Wanton Countess (1954)

278. Silver Lode (1954)

279. Carmen Jones (1954)

280. Sansho the Baliff (1954)

281. Salt of the Earth (1954)

282. Artists and Models (1955)

283. Guys and Dolls (1955)

284. Pather Panchali (1955)

285. Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)

286. The Mad Masters (1955)

287. Hill 24 Doesn't Answer (1955)

287. The Ladykillers (1955)

288. Marty (1955)

289. Ordet (1955)

290. Bob the Gambler (1955)

291. Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

292. The Man from Laramie (1955)

293. Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

294. The Phenix City Story (1955)

295. Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)

296. Night and Fog (1955)

297. The Night of the Hunter (1955)

298. The Sins of Lola Montes (1955)

299. Forbidden Planet (1956)

300. The Burmese Harp (1956)

301. The Searchers (1956)

302. A Man Escaped (1956)

303. Written on the Wind (1956)

304. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

305. Giant (1956)

306. All That Heaven Allows (1956)

307. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

308. The Wrong Man (1956)

309. Bigger Than Life (1956)

310. High Society (1956)

311. The Ten Commandments (1956)

312. 12 Angry Men (1957)

313. The Seventh Seal (1957)

314. An Affair to Remember (1957)

315. Wild Strawberries (1957)

316. The Nights of Cabiria (1957)

317. Throne of Blood (1957)

318. The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)

319. The Unvanquished (1957)

320. Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)

321. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)

322. Mother India (1957)

323. The Cranes Are Flying (1957)

324. Paths of Glory (1957)

325. Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

326. Man of the West (1958)

327. Touch of Evil (1958)

328. Cairo Station (1958)

328. Gigi (1958)

329. The Defiant Ones (1958)

330. Vertigo (1958)

331. Ashes and Diamonds (1958)

332. Horror of Dracula (1958)

333. My Uncle (1958)

334. The Music Room (1958)

335. The 400 Blows (1959)

336. North by Northwest (1959)

337. Some Like It Hot (1959)

338. Anatomy of a Murder (1959)

339. Eyes without a Face (1959)

340. Ride Lonesome (1959)

341. Black Orpheus (1959)

342. Shadows (1959)

343. The World of Apu (1959)

344. Breathless (1959)

345. Ben-Hur (1959)**

346. Pickpocket (1959)

347. Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)

348. Rio Bravo (1959)

349. The Hole (1959)

350. Floating Weeds (1959)

351. Rocco and His Brothers (1960)

352. La Dolce Vita (1960)

353. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960)

354. Shoot the Piano Player (1960)

355. The Adventure (1960)

356. The Young One (1960)

357. The Cloud-Capped Star (1960)

358. The Housemaid (1960)

358. Psycho (1960)

359. Revenge of the Vampire / Black Sunday (1960)

360. Peeping Tom (1960)

361. The Apartment (1960)

362. Spartacus (1960)

363. Splendor in the Grass (1961)

364. Last Year at Marienbad (1961)

365. The Pier (1961)

366. One-Eyed Jacks (1961)

367. Lola (1961)

368. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

369. The Night (1961)

370. Jules and Jim (1961)

371. Viridiana (1961)

372. The Ladies Man (1961)

373. Through a Glass Darkly (1961)

374. Chronicle of a Summer (1961)

375. The Hustler (1961)

376. West Side Story (1961)

377. A Dog's Life (1962)

378. Cleo from 5 to 7 (1962)

379. Dog Star Man (1962)

380. An Autumn Afternoon (1962)

381. The Eclipse (1962)

382. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

383. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

384. The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

385. Lolita (1962)

386. Keeper of Promises (1962)

387. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

388. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

389. My Life to Live (1962)

390. Heaven and Earth Magic (1962)

390. The Birds (1963)

391. The Nutty Professor (1963)

392. Blonde Cobra (1963)

393. The Cool World (1963)

393. 8 1/2 (1963)

394. Passenger (1963)

395. Contempt (1963)

396. Hud (1963)

397. Winter Light (1963)

398. Flaming Creatures (1963)

399. The Great Escape (1963)

400. Shock Corridor (1963)

401. The Leopard (1963)

402. Barren Lives (1963)

403. Mediteranee (1963)

403. The House is Black (1963)

404. The Haunting (1963)

405. An Actor's Revenge (1963)

406. The Servant (1963)

407. Goldfinger (1964)**

408. Scorpio Rising (1964)

409. The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)

410. Marnie (1964)

411. My Fair Lady (1964)

412. Woman in the Dunes (1964)

413. Dr. Strangelove (1964)

414. A Hard Day's Night (1964)

415. The Red Desert (1964)

416. Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1964)

417. The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

418. Before the Revolution (1964)

419. Gertrud (1964)

420. The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964)

421. Black God, White Devil (1964)

422. The Demon (1964)

423. Vinyl (1965)

424. The Shop on Main Street (1965)

425. Doctor Zhivago (1965)

426. The War Game (1965)

427. Tokyo Olympiad (1965)

428. The Battle of Algiers (1965)

429. The Sound of Music (1965)

430. The Saragossa Manuscript (1965)

431. Alphaville (1965)

432. Chimes at Midnight (1965)

433. Repulsion (1965)

434. Juliet of the Spirits (1965)

435. Pierrot Goes Wild (1965)

436. Faster, Pussy Cat! Kill! Kill! (1965)

437. Golden River (1965)

438. The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short (1965)

439. Hold Me While I'm Naked (1966)

440. Blowup (1966)

441. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)

442. Daisies (1966)

443. Come Drink with Me (1966)

444. Seconds (1966)

445. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

446. Persona (1966)

447. Masculine-Feminine (1966)

448. Balthazar (1966)

449. In the Heat of the Night (1967)

450. Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1967)

451. The Graduate (1967)

452. Playtime (1967)

453. Report (1967)

453. Hombre (1967)

454. Belle de Jour (1967)

455. The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967)

456. Week End (1967)

457. The Godson (1967)

458. Cool Hand Luke (1967)

459. Point Blank (1967)

460. Wavelength (1967)

461. Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

462. The Red and the White (1967)

463. Marketa Lazarova (1967)

464. The Jungle Book (1967)

465. The Fireman's Ball (1967)

466. Earth Entranced (1967)

467. Closely Watched Trains (1967)

468. Vij (1967)

469. The Cow (1968)

470. Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

471. Planet of the Apes (1968)

472. Faces (1968)

473. Rosemary's Baby (1968)

474. If… (1968)

475. Memories of Underdevelopment (1968)

476. The Producers (1968)

477. David Holzman's Diary (1968)

477. Shame (1968)

478. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)**

479. Hour of the Wolf (1968)

480. Targets (1968)

481. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

482. My Night with Maud (1969)

483. Lucia (1969)

483. A Touch of Zen (1969)

484. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

485. Midnight Cowboy (1969)

486. Satyricon (1969)

487. Z (1969)

488. The Conformist (1969)

489. Easy Rider (1969)

490. High School (1969)

491. In the Year of the Pig (1969)

492. The Wild Bunch (1969)

493. Andrei Rublev (1969)

494. The Butcher (1969)

495. The Color of Pomegranates (1969)

496. Kes (1969)

497. Tristana (1970)

498. Five Easy Pieces (1970)

499. El Topo (1970)

500. Woodstock (1970)

501. Deep End (1970)

502. The Spider's Stratagem (1970)

503. Little Big Man (1970)

504. The Ear (1970)

505. Patton (1970)

506. M*A*S*H (1970)

507. Performance (1970)

508. Gimme Shelter (1970)

509. Zabriskie Point (1970)

510. The Bird with The Crystal Plumage (1970)

511. The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (1970)

512. Wanda (1971)

512. W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism (1971)

513. A Clockwork Orange (1971)

514. The Sorrow and the Pity (1971)

515. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

516. McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971)

517. Walkabout (1971)

518. Klute (1971)

519. Harold and Maude (1971)

520. Red Psalm (1971)

521. Get Carter (1971)

522. The French Connection (1971)

523. Shaft (1971)

524. Dirty Harry (1971)

525. Murmur of the Heart (1971)

526. Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971)

527. The Last Picture Show (1971)

528. Straw Dogs (1971)

529. Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

530. The Heartbreak Kid (1972)

531. Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

532. Cabaret (1972)

533. Last Tango in Paris (1972)

534. High Plains Drifter (1972)

535. Sleuth (1972)

536. Deliverance (1972)

537. Solaris (1972)

538. The Godfather (1972)

539. Cries and Whispers (1972)

540. Fat City (1972)

541. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972)

542. The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (1972)

543. Frenzy (1972)

544. Pink Flamingos (1972)

545. Superfly (1972)

546. The Sting (1973)

547. The Mother and the Whore (1973)

548. Badlands (1973)

549. American Graffiti (1973)

550. Papillon (1973)

551. Enter the Dragon (1973)

552. Mean Streets (1973)

553. The Long Goodbye (1973)

554. The Wicker Man (1973)

555. Day for Night (1973)

556. Don't Look Now (1973)

557. Sleeper (1973)

558. Serpico (1973)

559. The Exorcist (1973)

560. Turkish Delight (1973)

561. The Spirit of the Beehive (1973)

562. Fantastic Planet (1973)

563. Amarcord (1973)

564. The Harder They Come (1973)

565. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973)

566. Dersu Uzala (1974)

567. The Conversation (1974)

568. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)*

569. The Mirror (1974)

570. A Woman Under the Influence (1974)

571. Young Frankenstein (1974)

572. Chinatown (1974)

573. Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974)

574. Blazing Saddles (1974)

575. The Godfather Part II (1974)**

576. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974)

577. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)

578. Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

579. One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

580. Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai Du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975)

581. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

582. The Wall (1975)

583. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

584. Barry Lyndon (1975)

585. Fox and His Friends (1975)

586. India Song (1975)

586. Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

587. Manila in the Claws of Brightness (1975)

588. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)

589. Nashville (1975)

590. Cria! (1975)

591. The Travelling Players (1975)

592. Jaws (1975)*

593. The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976)

594. Carrie (1976)*

595. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)

596. All the President's Men (1976)

597. Rocky (1976)**

598. Taxi Driver (1976)

599. Network (1976)

600. Ascent (1976)

601. In the Realm of the Senses (1976)

602. 1900 (1976)

603. The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)

604. Star Wars (1977)*

605. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

606. The Last Wave (1977)

607. Annie Hall (1977)

608. Last Chants for a Slow Dance (1977)

608. Stroszek (1977)

609. Man of Marble (1977)

610. Saturday Night Fever (1977)

611. Killer of Sheep (1977)

612. Eraserhead (1977)

613. Ceddo (1977)

613. The American Friend (1977)

614. The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

615. Soldier of Orange (1977)

616. Suspiria (1977)

617. The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978)

618. Five Deadly Venoms (1978)

619. The Tree of Wooden Clogs (1978)

620. The Deer Hunter (1978)

621. Grease (1978)**

622. Days of Heaven (1978)

623. Dawn of the Dead (1978)

624. Shaolin Master Killer (1978)

625. Up in Smoke (1978)

626. Halloween (1978)

627. The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979)

628. Real Life (1979)

628. My Brilliant Career (1979)

629. Stalker (1979)

630. Alien (1979)*

631. Breaking Away (1979)

632. The Tin Drum (1979)

633. All That Jazz (1979)

634. Being There (1979)

635. Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)

636. Life of Brian (1979)

637. Apocalypse Now (1979)

638. The Jerk (1979)

639. The Muppet Movie (1979)

640. Manhattan (1979)

641. Mad Max (1979)

642. Nosferatu: Phantom Of The Night (1979)

643. Ordinary People (1980)

644. Atlantic City (1980)

645. The Last Metro (1980)

646. The Shining (1980)*

647. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)**

648. The Elephant Man (1980)

649. The Big Red One (1980)

650. Loulou (1980)

651. Airplane! (1980)

652. Raging Bull (1980)

653. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)*

654. The Boat (1981)

655. Gallipoli (1981)

656. Chariots of Fire (1981)*

657. Body Heat (1981)

658. Reds (1981)

659. An American Werewolf in London (1981)*

660. Three Brothers (1981)

660. Man of Iron (1981)

661. Too Early, Too Late (1981)

661. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1981)

662. E.T.: The Extra-Terestrial (1982)**

663. The Thing (1982)

664. Poltergeist (1982)

665. Blade Runner (1982)

666. The Evil Dead (1982)

667. Tootsie (1982)**

668. Yol (1982)

669. Diner (1982)

670. Fitzcaraldo (1982)

671. Gandhi (1982)***

672. The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982)

673. A Question of Silence (1982)

673. Fanny and Alexander (1982)

674. A Christmas Story (1983)

675. El Norte (1983)

676. Videodrome (1983)

677. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)*

678. The Big Chill (1983)

679. Sunless (1983)

680. The Last Battle (1983)

681. Money (1983)

682. Utu (1983)

683. Terms of Endearment (1983)

684. The Fourth Man (1983)

685. The King of Comedy (1983)

686. The Right Stuff (1983)*

687. Koyaanisqatsi (1983)

688. Once Upon a Time in America (1983)

689. Scarface (1983)**

690. The Ballad of Narayama (1983)

691. Amadeus (1984)

692. The Terminator (1984)

693. Paris, Texas (1984)

694. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

695. This Is Spinal Tap (1984)

696. Beverly Hills Cop (1984)*

697. Ghostbusters (1984)**

698. A Passage to India (1984)

699. Stranger Than Paradise (1984)

700. The Killing Fields (1984)

701. The Natural (1984)

702. The Breakfast Club (1985)

703. Ran (1985)

704. Come and See (1985)

705. The Official Story (1985)

706. Out of Africa (1985)

707. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)

708. Back to the Future (1985)**

709. The Time to Live and the Time to Die (1985)

710. Brazil (1985)

711. Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985)

712. The Quiet Earth (1985)

713. Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)

714. Prizzi's Honor (1985)

715. Vagabond (1985)

716. Shoah (1985)

717. The Color Purple (1985)

718. Manhunter (1986)

719. Stand By Me (1986)***

720. Blue Velvet (1986)

721. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

722. She's Gotta Have It (1986)

723. The Decline of the American Empire (1986)

724. The Fly (1986)**

725. Aliens (1986)

726. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

727. Down by Law (1986)

728. A Room with a View (1986)

729. Children of a Lesser God (1986)

730. Platoon (1986)*

731. Caravaggio (1986)

732. Tampopo (1986)

733. Peking Opera Blues (1986)

734. Salvador (1986)

735. Top Gun (1986)**

736. Sherman's March (1986)

736. The Horse Thief (1986)

737. Brightness (1987)

738. Wings of Desire (1987)

739. Project A, Part II (1987)

740. Babette's Feast (1987)

741. Raising Arizona (1987)

742. Full Metal Jacket (1987)

743. Withnail and I (1987)

744. Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

745. Goodbye Children (1987)

746. Broadcast News (1987)

747. Housekeeping (1987)

747. The Princess Bride (1987)

748. Moonstruck (1987)

749. The Untouchables (1987)**

750. Red Sorghum (1987)

751. The Dead (1987)

752. Fatal Attraction (1987)*

753. A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)

754. Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988)

755. The Vanishing (1988)

756. Bull Durham (1988)

757. Ariel (1988)

758. The Thin Blue Line (1988)

759. Akira (1988)

760. Cinema Paradiso (1988)

761. Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie (1988)

761. A Fish Called Wanda (1988)*

762. The Naked Gun (1988)*

763. Big (1988)*

764. Dangerous Liaisons (1988)

765. Grave of the Fireflies (1988)

766. Landscape in the Mist (1988)

767. The Decalogue (1988)

768. Die Hard (1988)**

769. A Tale of the Wind (1988)

770. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)**

771. Rain Man (1988)**

772. The Story of Women (1988)

773. The Accidental Tourist (1988)

774. Alice (1988)

775. Batman (1989)*

776. When Harry Met Sally (1989)**

777. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)

778. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover (1989)

779. Drugstore Cowboy (1989)

780. My Left Foot (1989)

781. The Killer (1989)

782. Do the Right Thing (1989)

783. Roger & Me (1989)

784. Glory (1989)

785. The Asthenic Syndrome (1989)

786. Sex, Lies and Videotape (1989)

787. Say Anything (1989)

788. The Unbelievable Truth (1989)

789. A City of Sadness (1989)

790. No Fear, No Die (1990)

790. Reversal of Fortune (1990)

791. Goodfellas (1990)

792. Jacob's Ladder (1990)

793. King of New York (1990)

794. Dances with Wolves (1990)**

795. Europa Europa (1990)

796. Pretty Woman (1990)*

797. Archangel (1990)

798. Trust (1990)

799. Close-Up (1990)

800. Edward Scissorhands (1990)**

801. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1990)

802. Total Recall (1990)*

803. Once Upon a Time in China (1991)

804. Boyz 'n the Hood (1991)

805. Raise the Red Lantern (1991)

806. Delicatessen (1991)

807. A Brighter Summer Day (1991)

808. Naked Lunch (1991)

809. The Beautiful Troublemaker (1991)**

810. The Rapture (1991)

811. My Own Private Idaho (1991)

812. Thelma & Louise (1991)

813. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)**

814. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)**

815. JFK (1991)

816. Slacker (1991)

817. Tongues Untied (1991)

818. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991)

819. The Double Life of Veronique (1991)

820. Strictly Ballroom (1992)

821. The Player (1992)

822. Reservoir Dogs (1992)

823. Romper Stomper (1992)

824. Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)

825. Unforgiven (1992)**

826. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

827. Candy Man (1992)

828. A Tale of Winter (1992)

829. Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer (1992)

830. The Crying Game (1992)**

831. Man Bites Dog (1992)

832. The Actress (1992)

833. Farewell My Concubine (1993)

834. Thirty Two Films about Glenn Gould (1993)

835. Groundhog Day (1993)

836. Short Cuts (1993)

837. Philadelphia (1993)**

838. Jurassic Park (1993)**

839. The Age of Innocence (1993)

840. The Puppetmaster (1993)

841. Schindler's List (1993)**

842. Three Colors: Blue (1993)

843. The Piano (1993)

844. The Blue Kite (1993)

845. The Wedding Banquet (1993)

846. Three Colors: Red (1994)

847. Hoop Dreams (1994)

848. Forrest Gump (1994)**

849. Clerks (1994)

850. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)**

851. The Lion King (1994)*

852. Satantango (1994)

853. Natural Born Killers (1994)*

854. The Last Seduction (1994)

855. Pulp Fiction (1994)***

856. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)**

857. The Wild Reeds (1994)

858. Chungking Express (1994)

859. Crumb (1994)

860. Heavenly Creatures (1994)

861. Through the Olive Trees (1994)

862. Riget (1994)

863. Dear Diary (1994)

864. Casino (1995)

865. Deseret (1995)

865. Babe (1995)*

866. Toy Story (1995)**

867. Strange Days (1995)

868. Braveheart (1995)**

869. Safe (1995)

870. Clueless (1995)*

871. Heat (1995)*

872. Zero Kelvin (1995)

872. Seven (1995)

873. Smoke (1995)

874. The White Balloon (1995)

875. Cyclo (1995)

876. Underground (1995)

877. The Brave Heart Will Take the Bride (1995)

878. Dead Man (1995)

879. The Usual Suspects (1995)

880. The Pillow Book (1996)

881. Three Lives and Only One Death (1996)

882. Fargo (1996)

883. Independence Day (1996)*

884. Secrets and Lies (1996)

885. Breaking the Waves (1996)

886. The English Patient (1996)**

887. Gabbeh (1996)

888. Lone Star (1996)

889. Trainspotting (1996)

890. Scream (1996)

891. Deconstructing Harry (1997)

892. L.A. Confidential (1997)

893. Happy Together (1997)

894. Princess Mononoke (1997)

895. Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control (1997)

896. The Butcher Boy (1997)

897. The Ice Storm (1997)

898. Boogie Nights (1997)

899. Kundun (1997)

900. The Sweet Hereafter (1997)

901. Funny Games (1997)

902. Taste of Cherry (1997)

903. Open Your Eyes (1997)

904. Mother and Son (1997)

905. Titanic (1997)*

906. Tetsuo (1998)

907. The Celebration (1998)

908. Saving Private Ryan (1998)*

909. Buffalo 66 (1998)

910. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

911. Run Lola Run (1998)

912. Rushmore (1998)

913. Pi (1998)

914. Happiness (1998)

915. The Thin Red Line (1998)

916. The Idiots (1998)

917. Sombre (1998)

917. Ring (1998)

918. There's Something About Mary (1998)**

919. Magnolia (1999)*

920. Beau Travail (1999)

921. The Blair Witch Project (1999)*

922. Taboo (1999)

923. Rosetta (1999)

924. All About My Mother (1999)

925. Three Kings (1999)**

926. The Wind Will Carry Us (1999)

927. The Audition (1999)

928. Time Regained (1999)

929. Fight Club (1999)**

930. Being John Malkovich (1999)*

931. American Beauty (1999)***

932. Attack the Gas Station! (1999)

933. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)*

934. The Sixth Sense (1999)**

935. The Matrix (1999)***

936. Nine Queens (2000)

937. The Captive (2000)

938. In the Mood for Love (2000)

939. Ali Zaoua, Prince of the Streets (2000)

940. Gladiator (2000)**

941. Kippur (2000)

942. A One and a Two (2000)

943. Requiem for a Dream (2000)

944. Amores Perros (2000)

945. Meet the Parents (2000)**

946. Signs & Wonders (2000)

946. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)**

947. Traffic (2000)**

948. The Gleaners and I (2000)

949. Memento (2000)

950. Dancer in the Dark (2000)

951. O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)

952. Amelie (2001)

953. What Time Is It There? (2001)

954. And Your Mother Too (2001)

955. Kandahar (2001)

956. Spirited Away (2001)

957. The Piano Teacher (2001)**

958. The Son's Room (2001)

959. No Man's Land (2001)

960. Moulin Rouge (2001)**

961. Monsoon Wedding (2001)

962. Fat Girl (2001)

963. Mulholland Dr. (2001)

964. The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

965. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

966. A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (2001)

967. Gangs of New York (2002)

968. The Pianist (2002)*

969. Talk to Her (2002)

970. City of God (2002)

971. Russian Ark (2002)

972. Chicago (2002)**

973. The Barbarian Invasions (2003)

974. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)***

 

I am going to try and go after the older films done back in the 80s, 70s and earlier, at the time didn't get appreciate (way too young / havn't been born) I 'm also interested to see which of these are your favorites, maybe i'll chase after them too.

 

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A Bird's-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan Splendid golden-outline landscape splashed painting by Zhang Daqian dated 1978 and a Splashed Landscape Painting by Zhang Daqian dated 1970

張大千1978年作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖與張大千1970年作春山曉色

 

A Bird's-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan Splendid golden-outline landscape splashed painting by Zhang Daqian dated 1978

張大千1978年作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖名畫

 

橫幅設色紙本鏡片 H 92 x W 170 cm

 

題識: 六十七於摩耶精舍八十叟爰.

三鈐印: 張爰私印, 大千, 大千毫髮.

 

Splendid golden-outline splashed ink and colour on paper, mounted, signed 80 YEARS OLD MAN YUAN, inscribed 1978 IN MOYEJINGSHE, with 3 seals of the artist.

 

This painting could be described as one of the most beautiful Chinese Landscape Splashed Paintings you have ever seen in the world!

 

Origin:

 

The family member of the Kuomintang party high ranking founding official (國民黨黨國元老家族舊藏品) who received from the artist directly!

 

Authenticity:

 

This fine and delicate landscape splashed painting can be done by Zhang Daqian only due to the difficult and essential requirements of at least 30 years of long-term splashed painting experience! Only Master Zhang Daqian met with this strict qualification!

 

此名畫為張大千大師開創於晚期的 "細潑細筆式金碧潑彩" 畫法, 雖然有些仍是以中國國畫之 "工筆、寫意、鉤勒、設色、水墨等技法形式" 為輔, 但卻已經 "惜筆如金". 畫紙上的絕大部分作畫內容, 都是以 "金碧潑彩" 畫法細潑細筆鉤勒以成之. 這種畫法之困難度極高, 因為畫家必須控制 "潑彩渲染度" 就如同手握 "細筆" 一般, 不論是色彩之調合度與筆意, 皆必須是 "意到即筆到(潑到)" 般恰到好處, 絲毫不容許有任何差錯, 連作畫用紙之渲染度亦必須拿捏精準, 完全無法 "既然粗略潑之, 即大概以成之.". 因為此種畫法相當耗時又耗工, 沒有數十年的 "潑墨" 及 "金碧潑彩" 畫功與足夠經驗, 他人根本就是無法臨摹仿潑之, 否則只是糟蹋浪費自己的畫紙與昂貴顏料而已. 因此成品並不多, 見世作品也不多, 因為張大千大師都是以此種畫作成品贈送予國民黨黨國元老們欣賞居多, 而被鎖入深宮.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

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列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

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53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

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103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

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152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

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201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

Page 91 (18 Chinese artists) 第91頁18位中國畫家

 

351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Mutton Fat White Jade Linking Clouds Royal Dragon Pendant Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢古羊脂白玉透空圓雕勾連雲紋龍形珮

2. A Coincident Carved Khotan Russet Skin Mutton Fat White Jade Sitting Double-humped Camel Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢和闐黑棗皮古羊脂白玉巧雕坐姿雙峯駱駝

  

Taiwan Web Museum

A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館

網路世界裡的免費博物館

 

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆

网络世界里的免费博物馆

 

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

 

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

 

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!

歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

 

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)

Private Museum preparatory office

中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

 

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A Carved Archaic Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Totems Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 475 B.C.–221 B.C. Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China

 

Bi Diameter 23 x Hole Diameter 4.9 x Depth 0.8cm 750g

 

The carving of this beautiful work of art in 475B.C.–221B.C. Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China by Archaic Jade (Ancient Old Jade) was still quite primitive and not made by modern machine tools, but using the popular "Handmade Shallow-Relief-Carvings" in ancient China. The carving techniques of this work of art were made simply, clearly, skillfully, and smoothly upon a thick and solid jade, the Twisted Ropes Totem at the middle circle of Bi, two side walls at the inner and outer circle edges of Bi body, as well as the Shallow-Relief-Carvings of Linking Phoenix and Nipple Grain Totems at both sides of Bi body were all the popular jade carved Bi working techniques and decoration totems used in Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China.

 

This work of art has also very clear and apparent yellow loess soakage color in the skin as the aged pale celadon greenish white jade in ancient China. Thus it’s "True Authenticity"!

 

Linking Phoenix Heaven Worship Bi was the best favorite by the ancient Kings of Nation Chu in Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China. The people in ancient Nation Chu worshiped Phoenix in the historic records. Therefore a Carved Archaic Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Totems Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu must have been used in the national heaven worship ceremonies by the Kings of Nation Chu in Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China.

 

Jades are beautiful semi-translucent precious stones that are denser than other stones and characterized by shiny, smooth, heavy surfaces and distinct sounds when knocked on. The beautiful characteristics of this work of art have lead to its value as a wonderful decorative keepsake, as well as a great collection for investment, due to the fact that the Archaic Jade (Ancient Old Jade) grows in value as it ages.

 

Jades are said to be protective stones that keep the wearer from harm by ancient Chinese. They are said to bring harmony and increase love and nurturing. Jade stone is a symbol of purity and serenity. It releases negative thoughts and soothes your mind. It helps you become who you really are. Jades are also said to help kidneys, skeletal system, childbirth, fertility, spleen, hips, body fluids, and adrenal glands by ancient Chinese.

 

What a wonderful stone Jade really is in ancient China!

 

This stunning fine work of art was carved with extremely smooth "His Imperial Majesty Dignity of Kings of Nation Chu in Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China" by the excellent imperial jade carving master in Eastern Zhou Dynasty Warring Times China. This is absolutely not to be done and copied by modern carvings. It was prodigious and wonderful God's masterpiece-like extremely beautiful imperial jade carving work of art used by the ancient emperors and kings in China.

 

西元前475年至西元前221年中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

 

璧外徑 23 x 好 (孔) 內徑 4.9 x 厚 0.8 cm 750 g

 

此西元前475年至西元前221年中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧的古玉雕美麗藝術品, 其雕刻仍然甚為原始! 並非是使用現代的機械工具, 而是利用中國古代的 "手工淺浮雕法". 此 "古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧" 之雕琢厚實, 簡練, 而流暢, 其玉璧肉身中間圓圈內的扭繩紋, 玉璧肉身內緣及外緣兩側的牆邊, 及玉璧兩面的淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋, 皆為中國東周戰國時期的常用玉璧雕琢工法與紋飾, 而此工藝品之玉皮上, 亦具備有非常清楚與明顯的中國古老青白玉黃土沁色, 故為真正.

 

勾連鳳紋祭天玉璧是中國東周戰國時期楚國楚王之最愛用玉璧. 於歷史記錄中, 中國古代楚國人民為崇拜鳳凰. 故中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧必然為中國東周戰國時期楚國楚王所使用於祭天儀式中.

 

"玉" 為美麗半透光的貴重石頭. 具有表面光亮平滑, 手感沉重, 其密度與比重皆較其它石頭為大, 輕敲時聲音清脆悅耳的特性. 此件藝術品的美麗特質, 使它的價值適合作為一件奇妙的裝飾用紀念品, 或是一件投資性的大收藏品. 因為 "古玉雕" 的價值, 事實上就如同它的古老年齡一般, 年紀愈老, 價值愈增.

 

古代中國人傳說玉石是保護主人免於傷害的護身石頭. 它們可帶來和諧及增強愛情與養育. 玉石為純潔與平靜的象徵. 它可釋放出主人的負面思想而安撫主人的情緒. 它幫助主人成為真正的自我. 古代中國人也傳說玉石可幫助主人的腎, 骨骼, 助生育, 生殖力, 脾臟, 臀部, 體液, 及腎上腺等.

 

在中國古代玉石確實是奇妙而美麗的石頭!

 

此出色極美之精美藝術品具備中國東周戰國時期帝王玉工所雕 "楚國帝王尊貴威嚴的王者氣度神韻" 之極度流暢王玉工藝, 絕非是近現代玉工所能完成和仿制之, 為中國古代帝王所用帝王玉雕工藝的鬼斧神工絕美傑作.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

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列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

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53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

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103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

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152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

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201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

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258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

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303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

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351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

 

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

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The East 10th Street Historic District comprises 26 buildings on the north side of East 10th Street extending along the northern edge of Tompkins Square Park between Avenues A and B in what is now known as the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan.

 

The area first began to experience sustained development during the 1820s and 1830s when the blocks north of Houston Street near Broadway and the Bowery were transformed into New York's most fashionable residential district. The opening of Tompkins Square in 1834 led many to speculate that the streets facing it would become the next favored spot for the city's elite. In spite of delays caused in part by the Panic of 1837, these aspirations seemed to come to fruition in the mid-1840s when many of the lots on the western half of the block of East 10th Street were improved with stately row houses.

 

The design of several of the row houses on East 10th Street can be attributed to Joseph Trench, the noted architect also responsible for the A. T. Stewart Department Store and the Odd Fellows Hall (both designated New York City Landmarks). Trench is credited with helping to introduce the Italianate style to the United States, and the row houses on East 10th Street may have been among the earliest in New York City to use elements of that mode of architecture.

 

The elegant row houses of East 10th Street were built at the beginning of a radical demographic shift in New York City that would swell the city's population and completely transform entire neighborhoods, including the still-developing area around Tompkins Square. Already by the early 1840s a growing number of foreign immigrants were arriving in New York and by the 1850s new residents from Germany and Ireland were beginning to settle in the neighborhood as wealthier residents moved farther uptown. The remaining vacant lots on East 10th Street were soon developed with purpose-built tenement buildings designed to house several households, and the formerly single-family row houses were converted into multiple dwellings or boardinghouses.

 

By 1860 the block of East 10th Street facing Tompkins Square was nearly complete, with almost every lot improved with a substantial brick building that survives to this day. Yet the architectural character of the structures within the historic district continued to evolve throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries as owners altered and modernized their properties. Several of the row houses were raised in height, perhaps as they were converted to multiple-family occupancy. Other common alterations included the replacement of building cornices and window lintels and sills, which were often designed in a fine interpretation of the Queen Anne style. Another wave of modernizations came during the 1920s and 1930s when several of the row houses had their stoops removed to accommodate commercial or institutional tenants at the ground floor.

 

A few new buildings were also erected within the historic district during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the old-law tenements at 321 and 323 East 10th Street designed by Benjamin E. Lowe, as well as the Tompkins Square Branch of the New York Public Library, a designated New York City Landmark. Constructed in 1904 to the designs of Charles Follen McKim of the renowned architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, the Tompkins Square Branch is one of the earliest Carnegie libraries in the city and has been an important institutional presence on the block and in the neighborhood for over a century.

 

Even as the area experienced radical cultural changes—transforming from a German immigrant district, to the heart of the city's Jewish community, to a center of Latin American life, and later to a bohemian artist scene—the buildings on East 10th Street remain little changed from the early 20th century. In many respects the entire history of the East Village is reflected in the buildings that comprise the historic district, from the neighborhood's early development as a fashionable residential community of architect-designed dwellings, to its subsequent transformation into an immigrant district filled with purpose-built tenements and converted row houses. The rare attribution of several of the early residences to noted architect Joseph Trench, and the possible role they played in introducing the Italianate style of architecture to row house design, further enhances the significance of these buildings. Even through the modernizations of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the buildings within the East 10* Street Historic District have maintained a cohesive architectural character on an important park setting in the historically and culturally rich East Village neighborhood.

 

THE HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE EAST 10th

 

STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT

 

Early History and Development of the East Village

 

Prior to the arrival of European fur traders and the Dutch West India Company, Manhattan and much of the present-day tri-state area was populated by bands of Native Americans from the Lenape tribe. The Lenape traveled from one encampment to another with the seasons. Fishing camps were occupied in the summer and inland camps were used during the fall and winter to harvest crops and hunt. The main trail ran the length of Manhattan from the Battery to Inwood following the course of Broadway adjacent to present-day City Hall Park before veering east toward the area now known as Foley Square. It then ran north with major branches leading to habitations in Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side at a place called Rechtauck or Naghtogack in the vicinity of Corlears Hook. In 1626, Director-General Peter Minuit of the Dutch West India Company "purchased" the island from the Lenape for sixty guilders worth of trade goods.

 

During the period of Dutch rule most inhabitants of New Amsterdam lived south of Fulton Street, clustered together for mutual protection and for easy access to the harbor facilities on which the colony depended. North of the settlement a number of large farms, or bouwerji (boweries), as well as smaller plantations, were established. Interspersed amongst these large farms were smaller parcels granted to free or "half-free" Africans, which served as a protective buffer between the European colonist living at the tip of Manhattan and the Native Americans to

the north. The land within the East 10th Street Historic District was part of the Dutch West India Company's original Bowery No. 2. After being occupied by several inhabitants during the early years of the Dutch colony, the easterly half of this estate was partitioned off and granted to Harmen Smeeman in 1647. This same parcel was later acquired in 1656 by then-Director- General Petrus Stuyvesant, who already owned several adjacent properties including the remainder of Bowery No. 2 and the entirety of Bowery No. 1. Stuyvesant established his manor house, also known by the name Bowery, near present-day East 10th Street between Second and Third Avenues. Like many large estate holders of the period, he employed large numbers of slaves to work his farm, which remained in his family into the 19th century.

 

By the mid 18th century, many of Manhattan's working farms were turned into country retreats for the wealthy. On the east side of the island, the Stuyvesants were was joined to the south by the De Lanceys and the Rutgers, who came to control nearly all the land in what would

 

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become the Lower East Side. During this period the patriarch of the Stuyvesant family, Gerardus Stuyvesant, continued to live in the farm house that had stood on the property since the time of his grandfather, the Director-General, while his two sons built refined Georgian manors for themselves. Nicholas William II, the elder brother, took up occupancy in the "Bowery House" in the southern half of the property, while Petrus II resided at "Petersfield" in the northern section.

 

As the 18th century wore on, the estate holders nearest to Lower Manhattan began to plan for the eventual northward growth of the city by having their lands surveyed into regularized patterns of roads and blocks of building lots. The Stuyvesant lands were surveyed in the latter decades of the 18th century under the supervision of Petrus II, who had assumed the role of family patriarch following the deaths of his father in 1777 and his un-married brother in 1780. The planned development centered on Stuyvesant Street—which generally followed the old boundary between Bowery Nos. 1 and 2 of the Dutch West India Company—and included nine roads running east-west named for male members of the family and four north-south streets named for the daughters of Petrus II. Within a few years a modest wave of construction had

begun in the newly mapped area. Three of the buildings from this period associated with the

 

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Stuyvesant family are still extant within the boundaries of the Saint Mark's Historic District.

 

Since each estate owner hired their own surveyors, and there was no comprehensive oversight by the city at that time to coordinate their efforts, the developing sections of Lower Manhattan became a hodgepodge of divergent street grids. The city government began to take steps towards regulating its northward growth during the final decades of the 18th century. At first its authority was limited to those lands that it owned outright, although that comprised approximately one-seventh of the total acreage on the island at the time. The State Legislature substantially expanded the city's power by ceding ownership of all streets on Manhattan to the Common Council in 1793 and granting far-reaching privileges to the local government to open and close streets in 1799. In 1807 the Common Council again petitioned the state for additional assistance in regulating its future development. The Legislature subsequently created a three person commission that had near-absolute power to lay out streets above the existing limits of the settled city. Under the law, the commission's jurisdiction began at an irregular line running north of the established community in Greenwich Village to the west of the Bowery and along what would become Houston Street to the east, and included the entirety of the Stuyvesant family lands. The final version of the Commissioners' Plan as adopted in 1811 pushed a new street grid of numbered streets and avenues through the Stuyvesant property and up to 155t Street. A small section of Stuyvesant Street running between Second and Third Avenues was later adopted by the city in the 1820s, while the remainder of the family's property was ultimately developed according to the Commissioners' Plan.

 

The first streets to be opened in the vicinity of the East 10th Street Historic District were the main north-south avenues, which were completed in the 1810s. The side streets were graded and paved during the 1820s, and East 10th Street was ceded by Nicholas William Stuyvesant III to the city in 1827. At about the same time the Stuyvesant heirs began to sell off large parcels of their former estate for development. The block of East 10th Street between Avenues A and B was acquired in 1825 by Charles Henry Hall, who soon hired surveyor Daniel Ewen to map out buildings lots on the parcel in 1826.

 

The subdivision of the Stuyvesant lands began just as the development of Manhattan Island was pushing northward past Houston Street during the late 1820s. For a brief period, the side streets near Broadway and the Bowery—the principal north-south thoroughfares—became the city's finest residential district. Bond Street in particular was notable for its concentration of substantial Federal-style row houses, while neighboring Bleecker Street was lined with several

 

block-long, architecturally harmonious terraces with distinguished names such as Le Roy Place,

 

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DePau Row, and Carroll Place. Just to the north, a short length of Lafayette Street was opened on the former site of Vauxhall Gardens between Great Jones Street and Astor Place in 1826; the city's grandest terrace, known as La Grange Terrace or Colonnade Row, soon rose over that location in 1832-33.

 

East of the Bowery, the Stuyvesant family took a direct role in establishing the fashionable residential character of their former estate by selling their land to respected real estate developers. One of these was Thomas E. Davis, who in 1831 built two terraces of fine Federal-style row houses on both sides of East 8th Street between Third and Second Avenues. Like the terraces on Bleecker Street, Davis's development included ample front yards to give the narrow side street a stately atmosphere, and was given a dignified name, St. Mark's Place. Second Avenue also became a favored location for elegant row house construction. From the 1830s through the 1850s, numerous residences—some costing as much as $30,000 to $40,000

and designed in the latest Greek Revival and Italianate styles—were erected along its lower lengths.

 

Davis also had an interest in the blocks farther east. In 1833 he and Arthur Bronson, another wealthy real estate man, acquired all of the lots on East 10th Street between Avenues A and B from Charles Hall. It was a savvy business move, for that same year the state legislature passed an act creating a public square just across the street on the blocks between East 7th and East 10th Street from Avenues A to B. In 1834 the land for the new park was acquired by the Common Council for $62,000, and an additional expenditure of $20,000 was approved to fill in the marshy ground and enclose it with "a good and sufficient fence." The city also moved to call the site Tompkins Square in honor of Daniel D. Tompkins, former Governor of New York State from 1807-17 and Vice President of the United States from 1817-1825 under James Monroe.

 

Development of Fashionable Row Houses on East 10th Street in the 1840s

 

The creation of Tompkins Square led many to speculate that the area would become the next favored spot for the city's elite. In 1836 Philip Hone, former mayor and a prominent member of New York society, took a walk uptown to look for a site on which to build a new house. His itinerary included all of the newly fashionable blocks north of Houston Street— particularly Lafayette Place, Second Avenue, and St. Mark's Place—but also made a stop at Tompkins Square. Hone thought enough of the area's prospects to purchase two lots on East 10th Street facing the park, although he owned these parcels only briefly and eventually made his home farther south at the corner of Broadway and Great Jones Street. The following year in 1837, a visiting author from Charleston noted,

 

Tompkins Square, on the east of the Bowery, between Seventh and Tenth-streets, is handsomely laid out, and affords a fine view of East river and the opposite shore of Long Island. It is a place of great resort during the warm season, especially on Sundays, and is a favorite parade ground for the military corps of the city. Stages are constantly running between this square and the Battery, and improvements are rapidly going forward in its vicinity.

 

The city itself justified the expense of opening Tompkins Square by predicting the construction of "four lines of magnificent buildings, surrounding this square, to cost from six to ten thousand dollars each house," and noted that such buildings would "be additional subjects for assessments, and increase the taxes to an almost infinite ratio, and in this manner re-imburse the Treasury, for

 

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every expenditure which it may be necessary to advance."

 

Property values around the park did indeed begin to increase—in some instances from $600 per lot in 1834 to $1,500 in 1835 to several thousand in 1836—but for the most part Davis

 

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and the other owners surrounding Tompkins Square declined to build on their property. Part of their hesitancy may have been caused by a lingering dispute over how best to improve the salt meadows and swampland that comprised most of the land east of Second Avenue. A public treatise from surveyor Daniel Ewen to Charles Henry Hall, published in 1826, noted that more than a million carts of fill would be required to regulate the area up to the level called for in the Commissioners Plan of 1811, and the question of who should bear the cost of such a massive

 

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undertaking remained a subject of debate. The delay was further exacerbated by the Panic of 1837 and the resulting economic depression, which almost completely halted construction activity throughout the city for several years.

 

By the early 1840s, however, the city's economy had largely rebounded and to many observers the grand hopes for the Tompkins Square neighborhood seemed to finally be coming to fruition as a group of elegant row houses began to rise on the westerly half of East 10th Street facing the park. The first substantial brick building to be constructed within the historic district appears to have been no. 301, which was erected as a speculative investment for Thomas Crane c. 1843-44. A year or two later, around 1845, the homes at nos. 305 and 307 were constructed—perhaps as a pair—for William F. Pinchbeck and Joseph Trench. The row of four houses at nos. 293 to 299, at the corner of Avenue A, was also developed by Trench sometime around 1846. Another group of four houses on the block at 313 to 319 East 10th Street date from around 1847-48; they were briefly owned by James C. Whitlock, who was listed in conveyance records and city directories as a mason and builder, and it is possible he was responsible for their construction.

 

The design of several of the row houses on East 10th Street can be attributed to Trench, a noted architect whose commissions included the A. T. Stewart Store (1845-46 with later additions) and the Odd Fellows Hall (1847-48), both designated New York City Landmarks. Conveyance and tax assessment records directly list Trench as the owner of the row at nos. 293

to 299 and the individual house at no. 3 07. Indirect evidence further suggests that he may have

 

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been responsible for nos. 301 and 305.' The contemporary press also linked Trench to the houses on East 10th Street, and gave a very positive review of their design. An 1846 article in the New York Commercial Advertiser referred to "a new block of buildings opposite Tompkins square, not yet quite finished, erected under the superintendence of Mr. French [sic]," and noted that the houses offered "strong evidence" of "the improvement in architectural science which has

 

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begun to manifest itself in this city, in the erection of private as well as public edifices."

 

The "improvement in architectural science" that the author attributed to Trench's East 10th Street row houses may well have been a limited use of the Italianate style, which was just coming to popularity in the mid 1840s. Trench was in fact one of the early pioneers of that mode of architecture, and his design for the A. T. Stewart Store is universally considered the first

 

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building in New York City to employ the style. Several notable early Italianate residences were also designed by Trench, including the freestanding Colonel Herman Thorne mansion at 22 West 16th Street (1846-48) and the James F. Penniman row house on 14th Street at the southern edge of Union Square (c. 1846).

 

The row houses of East 10th Street were decidedly more modest than either the Thorne or Penniman residences, and their use of the Italianate style was likely limited to a few architectural details on what were otherwise traditional Greek Revival-style buildings. As architectural historic Charles Lockwood notes, "the rising Italianate influence sometimes appeared on Greek Revival row houses as an elaboration of the Greek facade forms"; these elaborations could include the use Corinthian capitals, dentil courses, and triangular pediments on entrance enframements; round-headed doors or arched entablatures; and iron work employing oblong forms with rounded ends. From historic images and remaining original building fabric, it seems that Trench's East 10th Street row houses did in fact use many of these embellishments. Nos. 297 and 299, for example, had paired entrance enframements with pilasters ornamented with Corinthian capitals; no. 299 had the additional decoration of a triangular pediment above the traditional rectangular entablature. 3 05 East 10th Street, which appears to retain more of its original architectural detailing than the other 1840s row houses on the block, also has a pedimented entrance enframement as well as pedimented window lintels. The four row houses at 313 to 319 East 10th Street, which are not attributed to Trench, also display possible influence of the Italianate style—particularly in the oblong patterns of the iron work that still graces the individual stoop of no. 315 and the paired stoops of nos. 317 and 319.

 

In other respects the row houses on East 10th Street appear to have followed the traditions of the Greek Revival style. Their facades were composed of red machine-pressed brick rather than the dark brownstone Trench used on his more lavish residential commissions, and which would later become a hallmark of the Italianate style. Most of the buildings were also originally constructed with a short half-height fourth story under a pitched gable roof, a design closer to the typical Greek Revival house of the 1830s than the larger Italianate residence of the 1850s. And while some of the entrance enframements were embellished with details indicating the influence of the Italianate mode, their basic form derived directly from the Greek Revival tradition with simple pilasters supporting heavy rectangular entablatures. The enframement on 301 East 10th Street, although much altered, retains its basic Greek Revival form, particularly in the use of the protruding "Greek ears."

 

While Joseph Trench's involvement in the design and construction of the East 10th Street row houses, and their early use of Italianate details, gave the area a certain sense of sophistication, the first residents to move into the buildings within the historic were not exactly part of the elite that the Trench and the other developers had probably hoped would occupy their buildings. 293 East 10th Street, for example, was purchased by Joshua M. Varian, an American- born butcher and grocer. His neighbor, Robert Laton of no. 295, was a Scottish ship joiner, while Walter F. Brush of no. 297 was a commercial merchant and Moses Chamberlin, Jr. of no. 299 a jeweler. Edward Mills, an agent, rented the house at 301 East 10th Street from Thomas Crane. William F. Pinchbeck, who built his own house at no. 305, appears to have been a purveyor of artificial flowers. 307 East 10th Street had perhaps the block's most illustrious resident—Dr. Max Lilienthal, a German-born rabbi who served as head of Congregation Ansche Chesed on the Lower East Side and was an early leader of the Reform movement in America, briefly owned and lived in the house during the 1850s.

 

Mid-Century Immigration and the Development of the East Side Tenement District

 

The elegant row houses of East 10th Street were built at the beginning of a radical demographic shift in New York City that would swell the city's population and completely transform entire neighborhoods, including the still-developing area around Tompkins Square. Already by the early 1840s a growing number of foreign immigrants were arriving in New York, primarily from Western Europe, and in the decade between 1840 and 1850 the city's population

 

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increased by more than 60 percent, from just over 300,000 to more than 500,000. The rate

accelerated precipitously following the collapse of Irish agriculture in 1845 and the failed revolutions in Germany in 1848, and in the following decade the city grew by an additional 57 percent to more than 800,000 residents in 1860.

 

This massive influx of new residents put severe pressure on the city's already-taxed housing stock. The depression following the Panic of 1837, which lasted into 1843, had slowed construction throughout the city so that there was a severe shortage of available space for the newly-arrived immigrants. One solution was to subdivide existing row houses, initially intended for one or two families, into a number of smaller apartments. A tiny 2^-story residence on the Lower East Side, where this practice was common, was often made to accommodate at least eight separate families with two households occupying every floor including the cellar and attic. Another solution was to construct entirely new buildings specifically designed to house an even

 

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greater number of residents. These "tenant houses," or tenements, soon became a common feature in every immigrant neighborhood throughout the city.

 

At the same time, the continuing northward growth of the city that originally lead many to speculate on the grand prospects of Tompkins Square had, by the mid 1840s, begun to push the city's most fashionable residential districts still farther northwards—to Union Square, Stuyvesant Square, and Gramercy Park, and particularly along Fifth Avenue. The unimproved lots that remained on the block of East 10th Street into the early 1850s were therefore developed not with single-family row houses like their earlier neighbors, but rather with multi-family dwellings. The earliest purpose-built tenements within the historic district are likely the pair at 327 and 329 East 10th Street, which were constructed around 1852-53 for John M. Ferdinand. No. 311 was completed about the same time for Benjamin S. Webb, while two individual tenement houses were erected a couple years later around 1855; no. 303 for William Flannelly and no. 325 for Robert Bonsall. The eastern third of the block, which had previously served as a coal yard, was finally developed with a row of tenement buildings in 1860 by William S.

 

Wright.

 

Building construction in New York City during the mid 19th century was only minimally regulated by the local government. The Department of Buildings was not established until 1862, and the first law aimed at improving tenement house design was not passed until 1867 (and even then was limited in scope). The majority of the tenements within the East 10th Street Historic District are therefore of a type commonly referred to as pre-law tenements. Like most such buildings, the pre-law tenements on East 10th Street are five stories tall and occupy lots about 25 feet wide. With the exception of no. 325, which is set above a raised basement, they were not much taller than the earlier row houses. The pre-law tenements also occupied about the same footprint as the row houses of the previous decade, extending only about 50 feet deep on their

 

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These buildings would likely have housed ten to 20 families in four apartments on each of the upper floors, with two rear apartments on the ground floor. Each apartment had two to three rooms, only one of which was lit by natural light; the remaining interior rooms had no direct access to natural light and no ventilation. The central main entrance at the ground floor was sometimes flanked by storefronts, as seen on the row of tenements at 335 to 345 East 10th Street. Sanitary facilities were located in the rear yard, sharing space with the building's water source; some tenements had the luxury of a common water source on each floor. In some instances, an additional back building was constructed in the rear yard and tenants would have to share existing facilities in an even more constricted space. Within the historic district, both 303 and 323 East 10th Street were built with backhouses.

 

Stylistically, the pre-law tenements on East 10th Street would have been designed in a simplified version of the Italianate that by the 1850s had become the dominant mode of architecture in New York City. Like the row houses on the same block, many were subsequently altered with updated cornices, window lintels, and sills during the late 19th century, although enough original building fabric remains to suggest their initial appearance. All of the pre-law tenements within the historic district are characterized primarily by their planar facades composed of brick laid in running bond. The window openings are arranged in regular horizontal rows, typically with four bays per story, and were likely ornamented with molded brownstone

 

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lintels and projecting sills. The most detailed element would have been the cornice, which likely would have had acanthus-leaf brackets, modillions, and a frieze decorated with rosettes and molding. All of the architectural elements that originally ornamented the tenements on East 10th Street would have been widely available from building supply yards, so it is unclear if professional architects were involved in their design or construction. Wright, who developed the row at nos. 335 to 345, was listed in city directories as a practicing architect from 1855-67 and he may have had a hand in their exterior appearance.

 

Even with the arrival of large numbers of immigrants to the East Village and the corresponding construction of tenement houses in the area during the mid 19th century, the neighborhood did not immediately lose its patrician character. Second Avenue in particular remained respectable well into the late 19th century, while elegant homes—such as the terrace of Anglo-Italianate-style residences at the intersection of East 10th Street and Stuyvesant Street just

 

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three blocks west of the historic district—continued to be built in the vicinity. Many of the row houses on East 10th Street facing Tompkins Square were be occupied by their original inhabitants into the 1860s, and in some instances even later. Yet as these families moved out of the neighborhood and sold their buildings, the formerly single-family residences were often converted into multiple dwellings serving the area's immigrant population.

 

299 East 10th Street, for example, remained the residence of the Chamberlin family from the time they purchased the property from Joseph Trench in 1847 until it was eventually carved up into multiple apartments sometime after 1860. Census records from 1850 lists seven

occupants of the house, including Moses and Julia Chamberlin, their young son Edward, and Mrs. Abigail Chamberlin, presumably Moses's mother. Eliza and Polly Wilmouth, perhaps Julia's mother and sister, also resided in no, 299, as did Catherine Murphy, a young Irish woman who likely was the family's servant. The 1860 census similarly lists eight inhabitants of the house, with Moses and Julia Chamberlin, several members of the Wilmot family, and two female servants from Ireland. By the 1870 census, however, there were six separate households living in the building with a total population of seventeen. By 1880 there were 25 total residents comprising four separate households.

 

The majority of the immigrants who settled in the purpose-built tenements and converted row houses of the East 10th Street Historic District during the mid 19th century were of German heritage. Much of what would become the East Village was in fact populated by immigrants from Germany, so much so that the area came to have the third largest concentration of German

 

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speakers in the world, surpassed only by Berlin and Vienna. The East Side German neighborhood—popularly known as Kleindeutschland, or Little Germany—was the first cohesive, large-scale ethnic community in the country to retain the language and customs of its homeland. Tompkins Square, which became Der Weisse Garten (the White Garden), was one of its most important focal points.

 

The first German resident on East 10th Street may have been Dr. Lilienthal, the respected rabbi who purchased the Joseph Trench-designed row house at 307 East 10th Street in 1850. He was soon followed by countless German immigrants of lesser means who filled the newly- erected tenements and converted row houses on the block. The six households that occupied the Chamberlin's former row house in 1870, for example, were all of German ancestry, as were the five families who had moved into Dr. Lilienthal's old home by 1880. The larger tenements may have had more diverse populations, with a scattering of native-born and Western European residents, but by far the vast majority of the inhabitants of the East 10th Street District throughout the mid and late 19th century was of German origin.

 

Irish immigrants also had a presence in the Tompkins Square neighborhood, centered on St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church on the eastern edge of the park only a few blocks from the historic district. The church itself was erected in 1848, while the associated St. Brigid's School was founded in 1856 and moved to a dedicated building on East 8th Street between Avenues B and C in 1858. The education of female students was supervised by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, who by the 1870s had established the select St. Brigid's Academy in a pair of converted row houses at 313 and 315 East 10th Street within the historic district. The tenement at no. 303 also appears to have been a bastion of Irish life on the block during the mid 19th century. William Flannelly—who built, owned, and lived in the structure—was himself an Irish immigrant and it appears he preferred renting his apartments to fellow countrymen. The 1870 census lists the population of the building as largely of Irish descent, with family names such as McCullough, McDonough, McGuire, Morgan, Ryan, and White, while the 1880 census lists twelve Irish households in the building and a single family from Germany.

 

As the East Side tenement district grew up around Tompkins Square, the park became an increasingly important, if at time contested, location for political activity and protest. The first major event occurred during the winter of 1857, at the height of a protracted economic depression, when a large crowd regularly gathered to demonstrate about the lack of jobs and food. Later, in 1866, the park was given over to the Seventh Regiment of the New York National Guard for use as a parade ground; most of the trees were cut down and the recreational character all but obliterated. Local residents continued to use the space, however, and to petition for its restitution as a public park. Some of the trees were replanted in 1873 and several renovations were undertaken during the mid 1870s before the park was completely redesigned and restored to general use in 1878. These debates over the character of Tompkins Square were occurring during another economic downturn following the Panic of 1873, which lead to the Tompkins Square Riot of 1874 in which local residents again demanded jobs and food. In spite of these moments of conflict, the neighborhood was in general a stable and enjoyable place to live. A commenter in 1873 noted, "the immediate surroundings of the square are neat and orderly. The houses are of plain and durable character, though it is clear that the builders of some of the more expensive ones hoped for a richer class of residents than that which occupies them." Property owners continued to invest in their buildings, not just maintaining but also occasionally updating them to accord with the latest architectural fashions.

 

Building Modernizations in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

 

By 1860 the block of East 10th Street facing Tompkins Square was nearly complete, with almost every lot improved with a substantial brick building that survives to this day. Yet the architectural character of the structures within the historic district continued to evolve throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries as owners altered and modernized their properties. The most common changes involved window lintels and sills, which have almost universally been removed, replaced, or covered over with galvanized iron models. Cornices were also commonly replaced, particularly on the 1840s row houses that had their top story raised. The earliest of these alterations may in fact have occurred as these buildings were converted from single-family residences into multiple-family tenements. The top floor of 305 East 10th Street, for example, was raised to full height sometime in the mid or late 19th century and a new Italianate-style cornice installed; this probably occurred in the 1870s after the building was sold off by its original owner, William F. Pinchbeck. No. 301 remained a single-family dwelling into the 1880s but was enlarged in 1886 when a story and a half were added onto what had been a 2^ building with a small attic under a pitched roof. The Trench-designed houses at nos. 293 to 299 also originally had short attic stories under peaked roofs that were raised up in the late 19th century. It seems likely that new cornices would have been installed at that time, and that the galvanized iron window lintels and sills that still adorn most of the row may also date from that period since those on the raised top story match the ones on the lower floors.

 

The new cornices on 293 to 299 East 10th Street, like many of the modernized architectural elements from the late 19th century, were of very high quality and displayed the influence of the Queen Anne style. Other notable examples include nos. 307 and 319, which have similar richly-ornamented window lintels and sills; the latter building and its neighbor at no. 317 also have paired entrance enframements that were updated from their original Greek Revival-style configuration with the same pattern of foliate incising and decorative rosettes. The pedimented lintels and bracketed sills, as well as the pedimented cornice, of no. 317 may date from the same time or perhaps were installed during another round of alterations later in the 19th century.

 

The best-documented modernization of a former row house was for the pair of houses at 313 and 315 East 10th Street, which at the time were still in use as St. Brigid's Academy run by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Alterations permits filed by architect Franklin Baylies in 1892 note that the window lintels were to be reset, that the lintels and sills were to be covered with galvanized iron, and that a new galvanized iron cornice was to be set across the front of both buildings. These changes transformed what were likely traditional Greek Revival- style row houses into a distinctive Gothic Revival ensemble—with drop-eared lintels and a cornice ornamented with quatrefoils and other medieval patterns—that was perhaps seen as more appropriate for a church-affiliated school.

 

Several of the purpose-built tenement buildings also received facade updates in the late 19th century. Nos. 303 and 311 both had their cornices replaced with Queen Anne-style models similar to those that had been added to some of the row houses on the block, while the window lintels and sills were replaced with galvanized iron around the same time. The tenements at nos. 325, 327, and 329 underwent similar alterations, although the cornice on no. 325 may be an earlier alteration in the Italianate style and the cornices on nos. 327 and 329 are less ornamented and reflect the Neo-Grec style instead. Nos. 303, 327 and 329 also retain their modernized ground floors, particularly the iron door hood and the lintels and sills decorating the large flanking windows. The most radical tenement alteration came in 1906 when 309 East 10th Street was given an entirely new front facade designed in the Renaissance Revival style by Harry Zlot.

 

Another wave of modernizations came during the 1920s and 1930s when several of the row houses had their stoop removed and the primary entrance moved to what had formerly been the raised basement. Often this was done to accommodate an institutional or commercial tenant on the ground floor. 313 East 10th Street, for example, was altered by the Independent Stryjer Benevolent Society, while no. 297 lost its stoop in 1938 when the building owner renovated his medical office (a plaque on the facade still reads "Doctor I. Grossman").

 

A few new building were also erected within the historic district during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A pair of tenement buildings went up at nos. 321 and 323 in 1888 and 1890, respectively. Both were designed by Benjamin E. Lowe in the Romanesque Revival style and are characterized by their rusticated brownstone bases, strong brick piers separating the window bays on the upper stories, and the use of round-arched forms in the terra-cotta window tympanum and top story arcade. These building were erected following the Tenement House Acts of 1867 and 1879, but before major reforms were implemented with the Tenement House Act of 1901, and are of a type known as old-law tenements. The primary difference between these newer buildings and the earlier pre-law tenements was the requirement that every room should have direct access to some amount of light and air; thus, all rooms were required to have windows giving onto the street, rear yard, or an air shaft. The air shaft proved to be the most important feature required by the 1879 law, effectively shrinking and reconfiguring the tenement's footprint on the traditional 25' by 100' New York City lot. The resulting plan tenement resembled a dumbbell weight, giving rise to the term "dumbbell tenement." The typical dumbbell tenement continued the basic floor plan of the pre-law tenement, with two to four apartments per floor, each with two to three rooms.

 

The last new building to be erected within the East 10th Street Historic District was the Tompkins Square Branch of the New York Public Library (a designated New York City Landmark). Constructed in 1904 to the designs of Charles Follen McKim of the renowned architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, the building replaced two of the tenements built c. 1860 by William S. Wright. It was one of the earliest Carnegie branch libraries in New York City and was part of a massive building program that began in 1901 when Andrew Carnegie donated $5.2 million to establish a city-wide branch library system. The East 10th Street site was chosen in part because of its central and conspicuous location within the densely populated East Side tenement district. The library's classically-inspired style, with its characteristic vertical plan, offset entrance, carved stone ornament, and tall arched first floor windows providing abundant lighting to a simple interior, is characteristic of the urban Carnegie library type.

 

Subsequent History

 

The German community of Kleindeutschland continued to play an important role in the neighborhood into the early 20th century, even as a second wave of immigrants—this time largely composed of Eastern European and Russian Jews—started to replace the earlier residents beginning in the 1880s. From World War I to the 1940s the Lower East Side, which still encompassed what would become the East Village, was considered the heart of the New York's Jewish community. Second Avenue between East 14th and Houston Streets in particular was known as the "Yiddish Rialto" for its role as the world's center of Yiddish theater. On East 10th Street, the buildings at nos. 313 and 315 that had formerly housed St. Brigid's Academy became home to such organizations as the Independent Stryjer Benevolent Society, the Russian Erudition Society "Nauka," and the American Russian Democratic Club.

 

After World War II, the ethnic make-up of the Lower East Side changed again, becoming dominated by Latin American immigrants, especially those from Puerto Rico. Their immigration was encouraged by the government as a source of cheap labor, particularly for the garment trades, hotels, and small manufacturing. The community named itself Loisaida to symbolize the

second generation Hispanic roots that had developed in the context of the African-American and Latino movements for social and economic justice, equality, and identity.

 

The residential desirability of the neighborhood increased with the removal of the Third Avenue El in 1955. As indicated by Terry Miller,

 

The psychological barrier that had marked the eastern boundary of Greenwich Village was gone. Blocks that once had no prestige were suddenly seen as intriguing, and apartments here were less costly than those in Greenwich Village... As artists and writers moved east, the blocks from St. Mark's Place to Tenth Street were the first to hint that the Lower East Side was being transformed. Realtors began marketing the area as "Village East," and by 1961 as the "East Village," a name that stuck.

 

The neighborhood's shifting cultural scene also attracted new residents to the area. As Yiddish theater declined, the East Village gave rise in the 1950s to "Off-Broadway" and "off-Off- Broadway" theater, including the Phoenix Theater (1953-61) in the former Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater (Yiddish Art Theater) building (1925-26, Harrison G. Wiseman), 181-189 Second Avenue; the Orpheum Theater (1958), 126 Second Avenue; and Ellen Stewart's La Mama Experimental Theatre Club (1961), 321 East 9th Street (after 1969 at 74 East 4th Street). In the 1950s, the East Village also became home to a number of key Beat Generation writers, including Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Norman Mailer, and W.H. Auden, and was renowned for its protest art and politics, galleries, poetry and coffee houses, bookstores, clubs, with a "counterculture" scene centered on St. Mark's Place.

 

In the 1960s and 1970s, as New York City lost over half of its manufacturing jobs as well as a significant part of its population, the East Village—particularly the farther eastern section— suffered through a period of decline with deteriorating infrastructure and housing stock, and lack of municipal investment. Following New York's fiscal crisis of 1975, many property owners in the area walked away from their buildings. Loisada or "Alphabet City" was often considered one of the rougher Manhattan neighborhoods in the 1970s and 1980s. Arson targeted certain properties, though those local residents and community groups determined to stay began to rehabilitate buildings through sweat-equity. As in previous periods of unrest, Tompkins Square was once again a locus for political activity and protest, particularly during the rioting that occurred in 1988 following the imposition of a park curfew and the eviction of the area's homeless population.

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Title: The story of the exposition; being the official history of the international celebration held at San Francisco in 1915 to commemorate the discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the construction of the Panama Canal

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Todd, Frank Morton Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company

Subjects: Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.)

Publisher: New York, London : Pub. for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company by G.P. Putnam's Sons

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wering shrubs; Mrs. Frowberk, marigolds; Hoganand Kooyman, Formosan iris; Mrs. Niehaus, calceolaria; Mrs. Luders,cinerarias; San Leandro exhibitors, complete display of garden flowers. In the wild flower display, the exhibits of the Misses Edith and M. AliceKing, plucked from Twin Peaks and the Lake Merced district, received firstprize. Mrs. John A. Scannavino was manager of the culrivated flower displayand Miss Chariotte F. Williams in charge of the wild flower exhibit. The appointed jurors were Messrs. H. Plath, E. James, J. R. Fothering-ham, Charies H. Totty, George Roeding, Dr. Barton W. Everyman, Mrs,Marion T. Campbell, and Mrs. Ernest Meiere. In the Dahlia Show, September 18 and 19, the gold medal prize wasawarded Leslie E. Doolittle of Pacific Grove. The silver medal went toMrs. W. E. Estes of 1458 Forty-seventh Avenue. The manager of theevent was Mrs. John A. Scannavino. The jurors were Messrs. J. W. Bagge,H. Plath, and E. James. NlT in ill kt ^ 1 - -IW LIVE STOCK HEADQUARTERS

 

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A SANITARY DAIRY BARN HORTICULTURAL OCCASIONS AND EVENTS 335 The Fall Flower Show opened with Horticulture Day on October 21,and ran six days. Prizes were as follows: The silver cup offered by the Chrysanthemum Society of America for thebest 10 blooms, one variety of chrysanthemum, on long stems, was won bythe Lynch Nursery of Menlo Park. The gold, silver, and bronze medalsoffered by William Wells, Merstham, Surrey, England, and Charles H.Totty of Madison, N. J., for the best 3 blooms of the Earl Kitchenerchrysanthemum, where awarded to the Lynch Nursery, Mrs. C. R. Watersof Menlo Park and Shibuya Ishida, of Stege, respectively. Percy Ellings of Menlo Park won the medal given by the NationalAssociation of Gardeners for the best six chrysanthemums of six varieties.The Elmer D. Smith prizes for the best six white, yellow, and pink chrysan-themums went to the Lynch Nursery and the Hillsborough Nursery. Mrs.George H. Roos of Menlo Park won the Mitchell silver medal for 12 chry-santhemums.

  

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Spring Cloud and Morning Mist by Zhang Daqian dated 1979.

 

張大千1979年作 "春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖" 橫幅設色絹本鏡片

 

H47.5 x W54cm

 

簽名:蜀郡張大千爰.

三鈐印:張爰之印,大千居士,得心應手.

 

本圖簽名 "蜀郡張大千爰" 6字, 與台灣台北歷史博物館1980年12月初版 "張大千書畫集第二集" 第8-9頁圖版2 "春雲曉靄"(H69 x W176 cm 1979年11月作, 贈予剛卸任中華民國第五任總統職務而擔任台北故宮博物院管理委員會主任委員之嚴家淦先生.)之簽名6字完全相同.

 

Splashed ink and colour on silk, mounted, signed SHUJUN ZHANG DAQIAN YUAN, with 3 seals of the artist.

 

Origin:

 

The family member of the Kuomintang party high ranking founding official(國民黨黨國元老家族藏品) who received from the artist directly!

 

Authenticity:

 

The signature "SHUJUN ZHANG DAQIAN YUAN" of Zhang Daqian in this are the same as those 6 words in "Spring Cloud and Morning Mist" by Zhang Daqian (Dedicated to Mr. Yan Jiagan who had been just retired from his 5th Presidency of ROC and succeeded the Chairman of Governing Association of National Palace Museum,Taipei,Taiwan, dated Nov. 1979 H69 x W176 cm, "Paintings of Zhang Daqian,Vol.2", P.8-9,Picture 2, Museum of History,Taipei,Taiwan Dec. 1980). It’s “True Authenticity”!

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

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列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

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53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

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103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

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152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

Page 88 (15 Chinese artists) 第88頁15位中國畫家

 

201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

Page 91 (18 Chinese artists) 第91頁18位中國畫家

 

351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Mutton Fat White Jade Linking Clouds Royal Dragon Pendant Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢古羊脂白玉透空圓雕勾連雲紋龍形珮

2. A Coincident Carved Khotan Russet Skin Mutton Fat White Jade Sitting Double-humped Camel Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢和闐黑棗皮古羊脂白玉巧雕坐姿雙峯駱駝

  

Taiwan Web Museum

A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館

網路世界裡的免費博物館

 

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆

网络世界里的免费博物馆

 

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

 

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

 

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!

歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

  

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Produced this series of images, inspired by Tyler Coray's work, for my last assignment in my Photo 1 class. I'm really gonna miss the darkroom until I take Photo 2 next fall.

 

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In-Camera Double Exposures

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Ilford Delta 400 (shot at 160 accidentally)

 

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I apologize for the butchering of the quality due to my scanner.

 

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Identifier: otherfamoushomes00mala

Title: Other famous homes of Great Britain and their stories

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Malan, A[lfred] H[enry], [from old catalog] ed

Subjects: Historic buildings Country homes Dwellings

Publisher: New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

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. Michaels Mount Looking West from the Parapet of the North Michaels Mount ....The New Buildings, St. Michaels MountA Family Party Hauling the SeineLooking East from the BatterySt. Michaels Chair ....The View Seaward from St. Michaels Mount Mount Court, St. 299^01303;o6307311 313315317319321 323 St owe The North Front of Stowe . . . . .The Avenue leading to Corinthian Arch, Stowe .The Palladian Bridge, Stowe Gardens . The Corinthian Arch The South Front of Stowe . . . , . A Corner of the North Hall, Stowe The State Dining-Room, Stowe, showing Tapestries The Grenville Column The State Drawing-Room, Stowe . .Oxford Lodge 329 333 335 337339340 Ml 342 ■flllustrations xxv PAGE The Library at Stowe 343 Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe. Cedars planted by Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort in 1848 . 344 The Marble Saloon, Stowe . 345 The Gothic Temple, Stowe Park 347 Certain of the photographs illustrating this article are by Mr. L. Varney, Photographer, Bucl<ingham. MoUaton Iball

 

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WOLLATON HALL FROM THE TERRACE LAWN WOLLATON HALL BY LADY MIDDLETON The ivory palaces, whereby they have made thee glad.—Book of Psalms. WE quoted this as we stood one evening and looked overtile lal<es end at old Jolm of Paduas masterpiece.And lo ! as we lool<ed, tlie rays of tlie setting sunstruck the marvellous fenestration of that dainty pile till ther wrought-gold garbing of the kings daughter seemed but a pallidsimile, and the ivory palace stood on its hill in a blaze of splen-dour, while the lake-waters below us mirrored that glory in alustre well-nigh as brilliant as its own. To what can one com-pare it ? said we breathlessly. A gorgeous gas illumination ! A splendid transformation scene! spoke two, of urban soul, 3 4 Mollaton Iball simultaneously. Nay, but electric light through topaz, said amore poetic imaginer. But we refused such material sugges-tions. Mother, said a child— see ! the sun has gone to bedinside Wollaton ! Flash and blaze, shine and shimmer, glitter

  

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台灣臺北

Taipei Taiwan

 

台灣橫貫公路風景美圖

The beautiful landscape scenery photos of Taiwan Cross-Island Road

 

The Art Market in Taipei city of Taiwan

  

The metropolitan area of Taipei City has a population of 7,028,583 people ranking the 40th most-populous urban area in the world.

 

As of 2007, the metro region of Taipei has a nominal GDP of around US$260 billion, a record that would rank it 13th among world cities by GDP. Taiwan is now a creditor economy, holding one of the world's largest foreign exchange reserves of over US$403 billion as of December 2012.

 

The National Palace Museum in Taipei is a great art museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. It should not be confused with the Palace Museum in Beijing; both institutions trace their origins to the same Forbidden City in Beijing where the Palace of Emperor is located and stored with million pieces of valuable collections by the consecutive Emperors of Qing dynasty. The collections were divided in the 1940s as a result of the Chinese Civil War. The National Palace Museum in Taipei now boasts of a truly international collection while housing one of the world's largest collections of artifacts from ancient China.

 

Along with the cultural education and influence from the nearby National Palace Museum in Taipei, hiking prices and excellent investment returns of art have aroused huge interests of the citizens in Taipei who have been used to be living in a house costs commonly from US$ 1 million to 3 million or so for decades. The art is expensive; but the house is much more expensive than the art.

 

There are over 1,000 shops dealing art business in Taipei and some of them are opened only on Saturdays and Sundays for just two working days per week. Few buyers in Taipei are buying their art collections from international auctioneers and ranking among the top 500 collectors in the world. Most of local citizen-buyers in Taipei are just like million-of-ants and purchase their art goods from local shops and private sellers at millions of dollars by thousands of transactions per day. So the art goods are generally shipped to Taipei from China and worldwide area by containers to meet the art market demand in Taipei.

 

Good paintings and works of art will be sold by themselves once they are exhibited to right buyers at right place. They are not to be sold if they are always stored in a closed warehouse without any exhibition or just exhibited to wrong eyes at wrong venue.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

Page 84 (14 Chinese artists) 第84頁14位中國畫家

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

Page 85 (17 Chinese artists) 第85頁17位中國畫家

 

53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

Page 86 (18 Chinese artists) 第86頁18位中國畫家

 

103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

Page 87 (19 Chinese artists) 第87頁19位中國畫家

 

152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

Page 88 (15 Chinese artists) 第88頁15位中國畫家

 

201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

Page 91 (18 Chinese artists) 第91頁18位中國畫家

 

351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Mutton Fat White Jade Linking Clouds Royal Dragon Pendant Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢古羊脂白玉透空圓雕勾連雲紋龍形珮

2. A Coincident Carved Khotan Russet Skin Mutton Fat White Jade Sitting Double-humped Camel Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢和闐黑棗皮古羊脂白玉巧雕坐姿雙峯駱駝

  

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Details, quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Curtiss P-40E Warhawk (Kittyhawk IA):

 

Whether known as the Warhawk, Tomahawk, or Kittyhawk, the Curtiss P-40 proved to be a successful, versatile fighter during the first half of World War II. The shark-mouthed Tomahawks that Gen. Claire Chennault's "Flying Tigers" flew in China against the Japanese remain among the most popular airplanes of the war. P-40E pilot Lt. Boyd D. Wagner became the first American ace of World War II when he shot down six Japanese aircraft in the Philippines in mid-December 1941.

 

Curtiss-Wright built this airplane as Model 87-A3 and delivered it to Canada as a Kittyhawk I in 1941. It served until 1946 in No. 111 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force. U.S. Air Force personnel at Andrews Air Force Base restored it in 1975 to represent an aircraft of the 75th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 14th Air Force.

 

Donated by the Exchange Club in Memory of Kellis Forbes.

 

Manufacturer:

Curtiss Aircraft Company

 

Date:

1939

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 330 x 970cm, 2686kg, 1140cm (10ft 9 15/16in. x 31ft 9 7/8in., 5921.6lb., 37ft 4 13/16in.)

 

Materials:

All-metal, semi-monocoque

 

Physical Description:

Single engine, single seat, fighter aircraft.

 

Long Description:

Whether it was the Tomahawk, Warhawk, or Kittyhawk, the Curtiss P-40 was a successful and versatile fighter aircraft during the first half of World War II. The shark-mouthed Tomahawks that General Claire Chennault led against the Japanese remain among the most popular airplanes of the war. In the Phillipines, Lt. Boyd D. Wagner became the first American ace of World War II while flying a P-40E when he shot down six Japanese aircraft during mid-December 1941. P-40s were first-line Army Air Corps fighters at the start of the war but they soon gave way to more advanced designs such as the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt and the Lockheed P-38 Lightning (see NASM collection for both aircraft). The P-40 is not ranked among the best overall fighters of the war but it was a rugged, effective design available in large numbers early in the war when America and her allies urgently required them. The P-40 remained in production from 1939 to the end of 1944 and a total of 13, 737 were built.

 

Design engineer Dr. Donovan R. Berlin layed the foundation for the P-40 in 1935 when he designed the agile, but lightly-armed, P-36 fighter equipped with a radial, air-cooled engine. The Curtiss-Wright Corporation won a production contract for 210 P-36 airplanes in 1937-the largest Army airplane contract awarded since World War I. Worldwide, fighter aircraft designs matured rapidly during the late 1930s and it was soon obvious that the P-36 was no match for newer European designs. High altitude performance in particular became a priceless commodity. Berlin attempted to improve the P-36 by redesigning it in to accommodate a turbo-supercharged Allison V-1710-11 inline, liquid-cooled engine. The new aircraft was designated the XP-37 but proved unpopular with pilots. The turbo-supercharger was not reliable and Berlin had placed the cockpit too far back on the fuselage, restricting the view to the front of the fighter. Nonetheless, when the engine was not giving trouble, the more-streamlined XP-37 was much faster than the P-36.

 

Curtiss tried again in 1938. Berlin had modified another P-36 with a new Allison V-1710-19 engine. It was designated the XP-40 and first flew on October 14, 1938. The XP-40 looked promising and Curtiss offered it to Army Air Corps leaders who evaluated the airplane at Wright Field, Ohio, in 1939, along with several other fighter proposals. The P-40 won the competition, after some modifications, and Curtiss received an order for 540. At this time, the armament package consisted of two .50 caliber machine guns in the fuselage and four .30 caliber machine guns in the wings.

 

After production began in March 1940, France ordered 140 P-40s but the British took delivery of these airplanes when Paris surrendered. The British named the aircraft Tomahawks but found they performed poorly in high-altitude combat over northern Europe and relegated them to low-altitude operations in North Africa. The Russians bought more than 2,000 P-40s but details of their operational history remain obscure.

 

When the United States declared war, P-40s equipped many of the Army Air Corps's front line fighter units. The plucky fighter eventually saw combat in almost every theater of operations being the most effective in the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater. Of all the CBI groups that gained the most notoriety of the entire war, and remains to this day synonymous with the P-40, is the American Volunteer Group (AVG) or the Flying Tigers. The unit was organized after the Chinese gave former U. S. Army Air Corps Captain Claire Lee Chennault almost 9 million dollars in 1940 to buy aircraft and recruit pilots to fly against the Japanese. Chennault's most important support within the Chinese government came from Madam Chiang Kai-shek, a Lt. Colonel in the Chinese Air Force and for a time, the service's overall commander.

 

The money from China diverted an order placed by the British Royal Air Force for 100 Curtiss-Wright P-40B Tomahawks but buying airplanes was only one important step in creating a fighting air unit. Trained pilots were needed, and quickly, as tensions across the Pacific escalated. On April 15, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt quietly signed an Executive Order permitting Chennault to recruit directly from the ranks of American military reserve pilots. Within a few months, 350 flyers joined from pursuit (fighter), bomber, and patrol squadrons. In all, about half the pilots in the Flying Tigers came from the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps while the Army Air Corps supplied one-third. Factory test pilots at Bell, Consolidated, and other companies, and commercial airline pilots, filled the remaining slots.

 

The Flying Tigers flew their first mission on December 20. The unit's name was derived from the ferocious fangs and teeth painted on the nose of AVG P-40s at either side of the distinctive, large radiator air intake. The idea is said to originate from pictures in a magazine that showed Royal Air Force Tomahawks of No. 112 Squadron, operating in the western desert of North Africa, adorned with fangs and teeth painted around their air intakes. The Flying Tigers were the first real opposition the Japanese military encountered. In less than 7 months of action, AVG pilots destroyed about 115 Japanese aircraft and lost only 11 planes in air-to-air combat. The AVG disbanded on July 4, 1942, and its assets, including a few pilots, became a part of the U. S. Army Air Forces (AAF) 23rd Fighter Group in the newly activated 14th Air Force. Chennault, now a Brigadier General, assumed command of the 14th AF and by war's end, the 23rd was one of the highest-scoring Army fighter groups.

 

As wartime experience in the P-40 mounted, Curtiss made many modifications. Engineers added armor plate, better self-sealing fuel tanks, and more powerful engines. They modified the cockpit to improve visibility and changed the armament package to six, wing-mounted, .50 caliber machine guns. The P-40E Kittyhawk was the first model with this gun package and it entered service in time to serve in the AVG. The last model produced in quantity was the P-40N, the lightest P-40 built in quantity, and much faster than previous models. Curtiss built a single P-40Q. It was the fastest P-40 to fly (679 kph/422 mph) but it could not match the performance of the P-47 Thunderbolt and the P-51 Mustang so Curtiss ended development of the P-40 series with this model. In addition to the AAF, many Allied nations bought and flew P-40s including England, France, China, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and Turkey.

 

The Smithsonian P-40E did not serve in the U. S. military. Curtiss-Wright built it in Buffalo, New York, as Model 87-A3 and delivered it to Canada as a Kittyhawk IA on March 11, 1941. It served in No. 111 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). When the Japanese navy moved to attack Midway, they sent a diversionary battle group to menace the Aleutian Islands. Canada moved No. 111 Squadron to Alaska to help defend the region. After the Japanese threat diminished, the unit returned to Canada and eventually transferred to England without its P-40s. The RCAF declared the NASM Kittyhawk IA surplus on July 27, 1946, and the aircraft eventually returned to the United States. It had several owners before ending up with the Explorer Scouts youth group in Meridian, Mississippi. During the early 1960s, the Smithsonian began searching for a P-40 with a documented history of service in the AVG but found none. In 1964, the Exchange Club in Meridian donated the Kittyhawk IA to the National Aeronautical Collection, in memory of Mr. Kellis Forbes, a local man devoted to Boys Club activities. A U. S. Air Force Reserve crew airlifted the fighter to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, on March 13, 1964. Andrews personnel restored the airplane in 1975 and painted it to represent an aircraft of the 75th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 14th Air Force.

 

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Quoting from Wikipedia | Curtiss P-40 Warhawk:

 

The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was an American single-engine, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. It was used by the air forces of 28 nations, including those of most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in front line service until the end of the war. It was the third most-produced American fighter, after the P-51 and P-47; by November 1944, when production of the P-40 ceased, 13,738 had been built, all at Curtiss-Wright Corporation's main production facility at Buffalo, New York.

 

The P-40 design was a modification of the previous Curtiss P-36; this reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and operational service.

 

Warhawk was the name the United States Army Air Corps adopted for all models, making it the official name in the United States for all P-40s. The British Commonwealth and Soviet air forces used the name Tomahawk for models equivalent to the P-40B and P-40C, and the name Kittyhawk for models equivalent to the P-40D and all later variants.

 

The P-40's lack of a two-stage supercharger made it inferior to Luftwaffe fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 or the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in high-altitude combat and it was rarely used in operations in Northwest Europe. Between 1941 and 1944, however, the P-40 played a critical role with Allied air forces in three major theaters: North Africa, the Southwest Pacific and China. It also had a significant role in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Alaska and Italy. The P-40's performance at high altitudes was not as critical in those theaters, where it served as an air superiority fighter, bomber escort and fighter bomber.

 

P-40s first saw combat with the British Commonwealth squadrons of the Desert Air Force (DAF) in the Middle East and North African campaigns, during June 1941. The Royal Air Force's No. 112 Squadron was among the first to operate Tomahawks, in North Africa, and the unit was the first to feature the "shark mouth" logo, copying similar markings on some Luftwaffe Messerschmitt Bf 110 twin-engine fighters. [N 1]

 

Although it gained a post-war reputation as a mediocre design, suitable only for close air support, more recent research including scrutiny of the records of individual Allied squadrons indicates that the P-40 performed surprisingly well as an air superiority fighter, at times suffering severe losses, but also taking a very heavy toll on enemy aircraft. The P-40 offered the additional advantage of low cost, which kept it in production as a ground-attack fighter long after it was obsolete in the air superiority role.

 

As of 2008, 19 P-40s were airworthy.

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Title: The great and small game of India, Burma, & Tibet

Year: 1900 (1900s)

Authors: Lydekker, Richard, 1849-1915

Subjects: Hunting Hunting Hunting Mammals

Publisher: London : R. Ward

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olour of the fur of Indian tigers,and occasionally specimens are met with in which the whole colour iscreamy buff, with the stripes only showing somewhat darker in certainlights. Unfortunately, in most instances at any rate, there is no informa-tion as to whether these white tigers were true albinoes. A white tiger was exhibited alive at Exeter Change about 1820,while a second was killed at Poona about 1892. In March 1899 a whitetiger was shot in Upper Assam and the skin sent to Calcutta, where yetanother specimen was received about the same time. In regard to theformer specimen, now the property of Mr. W. J. Consadine, Major H.G. C. Swayne, by whom it was seen, wrote to the publisher as follows :— The colour of the skin is like that of a polar bear, with the faintestlines to indicate stripes. The ground-colour is bright creamy white,exactly like a polar bear ; the darker lines, representing stripes, are aboutthe dull white of a rather dirty white cat which has been out all night on

 

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Fig. 55.—White Tiger Skin.2 O 282 Great and Small Game of India, etc. the roof. The present writer subsequently saw this interesting specimen,as well as another belonging to the Maharaja of Kuch Behar. Many years ago a perfectly black tiger was found lying dead nearChittagong. A subject which has been fertile in more or less unprofitable dis-cussion is the maximum length attained by the Indian tiger. In thiscase, as in the instances of the height of elephants and the length ofwhales, there is no doubt that in the old days—whether from carelessmeasurements or otherwise, we need not pause to inquire — grosslyexaggerated ideas were prevalent. But when close criticism was broughtto bear on the question there seems equally little doubt that, as in theother cases instanced, scepticism was pushed too far, and the maximumdimensions underrated. Unfortunately, the measurement of length isnot always taken in the same manner, it being sometimes the intervalbetween the muzzle and the tip of

  

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Title: Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean

Year: 1857 (1850s)

Authors: United States. War Dept United States. Army. Corps of Engineers Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878 Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887

Subjects: Pacific railroads Natural history Indians of North America

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eans of knowing at present. We did not see it elsewhere than in the Cascade mountains between latitude 44° and 46°;it is found, however, north of the Columbia, and probably exists along the summit of the Cas-cade range as far south as Mount Pitt, about 42° 40. I did not see it in the Willamette valleyor in the Coast mountains ; it is probably confined to the higher portions of these latter moun-tains, if, indeed, it exists on them. The wood is white, and would, perhaps, be used for timber if it were accessible. As a timbertree, it is, however, far inferior to many other trees which grow in the valleys and on the coastof Oregon. Cones of P. amabilis were brought home, and seeds have been distributed with a view to itsintroduction into cultivation. Should this effort be unsuccessful, it may be obtained fromEngland, where it has been grown from seeds sent home by Douglass. I very much regretthat it was never convenient for the artist of the party, Mr. Young, to take a portrait of this

 

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BOTANY. 53 tree ; though one would search in vain among cultivated trees for any which should rivalin the symmetry of its form, the luxuriance of its foliage, and the size and beauty of its cones,the western silver fir. September 17.— * * On the little prairie which borders one side of the lake are a few trees ofthe silver fir. With a strong and unimpeded growth, it has here attained a magnitude I havenot elsewhere seen. It rises in denser and more symmetrical cones than any other conifer wehave met with. The altitude of the largest is more than a hundred feet; the base of the coneformed, the branches resting on the ground not more than twenty. The branches are so thickas to prevent all access to the trunk without a vigorous use of the hatchet; and during thepouring rain of the last four day3, we have always been able to find a dry spot beneath theshelter of its impervious foliage. From these descriptions it will be seen that the silver firforms a dense and slender spire of dark-gre

  

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Splashed Color Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng by Zhang Daqian dated 1973 and Mountain Qingcheng by Zhang Daqian dated 1977

張大千1973年作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖與張大千1977年作青城山

 

Splashed Color Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng by Zhang Daqian dated 1973

張大千1973年作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

 

H 91.5 x W 165 cm 橫幅設色紙本鏡片

 

題識: 青城天下幽, 大千居士爰, 中華民國六十二年六月二十三日.

六鈐印: 張爰之印, 大千居士, 以介眉壽, 得心應手, 大風堂, 直造古人不到處.

 

Splashed ink and color on paper, mounted, signed DAQIAN JUSHI YUAN, inscribed and tiled LANDSCAPE OF WORLD MOST BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN QINGCHENG, JUNE 23RD 1973, 62ND YEAR OF REPUBLIC OF CHINA, with 6 seals of the artist.

 

Origin:

 

The family member of the Kuomintang party high ranking founding official (國民黨黨國元老家族舊藏品) who received from the artist directly!

 

Authenticity:

 

The handwritings and signature of Zhang Daqian (DAQIAN JUSHI YUAN) in this painting are the same as those 5 characters written in the cover painting of "Paintings of Zhang Daqian" published by Hong Kong Oriental Scholars Association, 1st Edition, in Jan. 1967. Thus it's “True Authenticity”!

 

The title handwritings "LANDSCAPE OF WORLD MOST BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN QINGCHENG" of Zhang Daqian in this painting are the same as those 5 words written on the right side of the frame by Zhang Daqian in Sister painting "Landscape in Sichuan (also named City in the Mountain)" by Zhang Daqian (dated 1950, H 51 x W 43.5 cm, ink and color on paper, framed, Christie's Hong Kong 5/26/2008 Auction Lot. 886 Sold USD 57,690, Beijing Council International Auctions Beijing 12/6/2010 Auction Lot. 1123 Sold USD 405,270.). Thus it’s “True Authenticity”!

 

The "Refined Splashed and Refined Brushed" painting technique used by Master Zhang Daqian on this renowned painting was created by him at his late splashed painting period. Although some parts were still painted subordinatively with Chinese Traditional painting techniques and styles such as Very Fine and Delicate Drawings, Impressionistic Painting, Outlined Drawing, Colours Applying Painting, Ink Applying Painting. But the brushes had been saved as precious as gold. Most parts of the painting had been done by the "Refined Splashed and Refined Brushed" techniques. This is extremely difficult to have been done so well as this painting. Painter has to control the splashed colour dyeing conditions on paper just as holding a fine brush on hand. He has to splash (brush) it as precisely as his will in mind. Painter also has to understand even the splashed speed and degree of the paper material so used very well. A little mistake happened upon splashed painting is not allowed. He can not just paint it randomly by finishing it roughly. If painter had no such a wonderful splashed ink and coloured painting experience for at least more than decades, he can not do it well. It's so very difficult and impossible for other painters to copy or imitate after it. Otherwise the copy painter or imitater will just waste his papers and expensive colour pigments for sure. The works of art done by this difficult technique were few and also collected fewer in the world. Owing to its both hard time and efforts consuming of this painting technique, the paintings finished by this were often dedicated to the Kuomintang party high ranking founding officials in Taiwan to promote the painting reputation of Master Zhang Daqian and had always been locked into deep cellar of Governmental Residency.

 

此圖上之張大千簽名 (大千居士爰) 五個文字與香港東方學會1967年1月初版之 "張大千畫集" 封面圖上之張大千簽名 (大千居士爰) 完全相同, 故為真正.

 

本名畫之標題題識 "青城天下幽" 5 個文字,與張大千 1950 年姐妹作 "青城天下幽"( H 51 x W 43.5 cm 直幅設色紙本鏡心 佳士得(香港)有限公司 2008 年 5 月 26 日 2008 年春季拍卖会 Lot.886 拍賣成交價 USD 57,690, 北京匡时2010年秋季五周年拍卖会 渡海三家 - 张大千, 溥儒, 黄君璧书画专场 Lot.1123 拍賣成交價 USD 405,270 ) 之画家張大千自题框上裱边 "青城天下幽" 的題識 5 個文字完全相同, 故為真正.

 

此幅名畫為張大千大師開創於晚期的 "細潑細筆式潑彩" 畫法, 雖然有些仍是以中國國畫之 "工筆、寫意、鉤勒、設色、水墨等技法形式" 為輔, 但卻已經 "惜筆如金". 畫紙上的絕大部分作畫內容, 都是以 "潑彩" 畫法細潑細筆以成之. 這種畫法之困難度極高, 因為畫家必須控制 "潑彩渲染度" 就如同手握 "細筆" 一般, 不論是色彩之調合度與筆意, 皆必須是 "意到即筆到(潑到)" 般恰到好處, 絲毫不容許有任何差錯, 連作畫用紙之渲染度亦必須拿捏精準, 完全無法 "既然粗略潑之, 即大概以成之.". 因為此種畫法相當耗時又耗工, 沒有數十年的 "潑墨" 及 "潑彩" 畫功及足夠經驗, 他人根本就是無法臨摹仿潑之, 否則只是糟蹋浪費自己的畫紙與昂貴顏料而已. 因此成品並不多, 見世作品也不多, 因為張大千大師都是以此種畫作成品贈送予國民黨黨國元老們欣賞居多, 而被鎖入深宮.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

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列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

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53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

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103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

Page 87 (19 Chinese artists) 第87頁19位中國畫家

 

152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

Page 88 (15 Chinese artists) 第88頁15位中國畫家

 

201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

Page 91 (18 Chinese artists) 第91頁18位中國畫家

 

351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

Page 92 (13 Chinese artists) 第92頁13位中國畫家

 

402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

99 Fine Chinese Paintings and 12 Antiques in 2013

2013 年 99 幅中國書畫及 12 件古董精品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

 

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

  

99 Paintings 書畫 12 Antiques 古董

  

Works of Art List 藝術作品名錄

  

Paintings 書畫作品

  

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

  

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhang Daqian Happy Birthday to Chairman Chang Kaishek of the Government inscribed by Yu Youren 張大千作于右任題大觀高仕祝壽圖手卷

2. Zhang Daqian After the Rising and Warm Green Mountains by Huang Gongwang with Calligraphy 張大千作擬元代黃公望浮巒暖翠山水圖及書法立軸

3. Zhang Daqian Splashed Landscape Fuchun Mountain 張大千作富春山居潑彩山水圖

4. Zhang Daqian Mountain Emei May Be Crossed On Top 張大千作可以橫絕峨嵋巔潑彩山水圖

5. Zhang Daqian A Bird’s-eye View on Taiwan Cross-Island Road near Herhuan 張大千作台灣橫貫公路合歡山鳥瞰金碧潑彩山水圖

6. Zhang Daqian 18 Luohan Disciples Appointed to Witness to Buddhist Truth handscroll 張大千作十八羅漢圖手卷

7. Zhang Daqian The Dreamland of Mountain Qingcheng in Heavenly Place 張大千作夢入靑城天下幽人間仙境圖

8. Zhang Daqian The Heavenly Place in Mankind World 張大千作人家在仙堂潑彩山水圖

9. Zhang Daqian Sun is Rising and Darkness is Fallen allover the Mountain with Calligraphy 張大千作天開影墮潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

10. Zhang Daqian Painting the Elder Bintourlu after Technique of Song Dynasty 張大千作倣宋人畫賓頭盧尊者像

11. Zhang Daqian Listening to the Springs below the Mountains handscroll 張大千作山水生風聽泉入山麓金碧潑彩山水圖手卷

12. Zhang Daqian Waterfall in a Quiet Mountain Valley with Calligraphy 張大千作幽谷飛瀑潑彩山水圖及書法對聯

13. Zhang Daqian Recalling the Beautiful Scenery of Mountain Huang in China 張大千作遙思黃山故景潑彩山水圖

14. Zhang Daqian Splashed Colour Landscape of Beautiful Mountain Qingcheng 張大千作青城天下幽潑彩山水圖

15. Zhang Daqian Golden Outline Red Lotus and a Flying Bird 張大千作香清鈎金紅荷翔鳥圖

16. Zhang Daqian One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy 張大千作一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸

17. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan Bamboos Parrot Hairpin in Tang’s Clothes 張大千作仿莫高窟初唐人衣飾鸚鵡簪髮飾新篁紈扇仕女圖

18. Zhang Daqian Beauty in Red Hair-kerchief Wooden Shoes White Robe Bamboos 張大千作脩竹紅髮巾木屐白袍裸肩日本美女圖

19. Zhang Daqian Han Changli Composed a Lyric Poem Derived from Chu Dynasty 張大千作韓昌黎作楚語圖

20. Zhang Daqian Scholars Appreciating Maples 張大千作高仕賞楓圖

21. Zhang Daqian Black Cloud Covering on Top of Mt. Emei among Blue Cloud 張大千作可以橫絕峨眉巔黑雲滿布山頂藍雲環繞山間奇景潑墨兼潑彩山水圖

22. Zhang Daqian Dwelling in the Mountain by the Lake Wuting 張大千作五亭湖上山居潑彩山水圖

23. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1979 張大千1979年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

24. Zhang Daqian Spring Cloud and Morning Mist dated 1965 張大千1965年作春雲曉靄潑彩山水圖

25. Zhang Daqian Impressionistic Red Lotus 張大千作寫意紅荷圖

26. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Red Lotus and Double Mandarin Ducks 張大千作愛清氣鈎金紅荷花鴛鴦嘉耦潑彩圖

27. Zhang Daqian High Mountain and Deep Cloud 張大千作山高雲深山水圖

28. Zhang Daqian Golden Outlined Landscape 張大千作金碧山水圖

29. Zhang Daqian Lady with a Fan and Bamboos in Splashed Colors 張大千作潑彩竹葉紈扇仕女圖

30. Zhang Daqian Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作七言書法對聯

31. Zhang Daqian Six Character Calligraphy Couplet 張大千作六言書法對聯

32. Zhang Daqian Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet 張大千作金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖

  

(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)

 

1. Qi Baishi Lotus Fish Frogs Shrimps and Crabs handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 齊白石作張大千題香清荷花魚蛙蝦蟹圖手卷

2. Qi Baishi The Ten Elder Men in the Legend of China 齊白石作十全老人神賢圖

3. Qi Baishi Lotus Double Mandarin Ducks and Love Shrimps 齊白石作荷花鴛鴦雙蝦佳偶圖

4. Qi Baishi Wealth and Powerful Honour are Both to Come 齊白石作富貴有期圖

5. Qi Baishi Lotus and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花群蝦圖

6. Qi Baishi A Lotus Pond and Shrimps 齊白石作荷花池塘群蝦圖

7. Qi Baishi A Spring Voice and Great Luck 齊白石作春聲大吉圖

8. Qi Baishi Eagle Perching on the Pine 齊白石作松鷹圖

9. Qi Baishi Prolonging Life Impressionistic Squirrel on Pine Red Peach Double Screens 齊白石作寫意松樹上松鼠與紅桃益壽圖對屏

  

(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)

 

1. Xu Beihong The Hard Water Drawing of the People Lived in Chongqing handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 徐悲鴻作張大千題巴人汲水圖手卷

2. Xu Beihong Jiufang Gao People in the Chinese Ancient Historical Poem 徐悲鴻作九方皋圖

3. Xu Beihong People in Chinese Ancient Historical Poem of Six Dynasties 徐悲鴻作六朝人詩意圖

4. Xu Beihong China the Wounded Lion Sat Watching American Flying Tiger 徐悲鴻作中國負傷之獅遙望美國飛虎飛將軍

5. Xu Beihong Lions and Snake 徐悲鴻作獅與蛇

6. Xu Beihong The Single Flying Eagle and the Lion 徐悲鴻作獨飛老鷹與獅子圖

7. Xu Beihong Lion and Eagle 徐悲鴻作獅子老鷹圖

8. Xu Beihong Prolonging Life Auspicious Cranes Ganoderma Lucidum Fungus 徐悲鴻作祥鶴靈芝延年益壽圖

 

(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Guanzhong The People Live in Mali Village 吳冠中作馬里村頭人物風景圖

2. Wu Guanzhong The Dwellings by the River and Mountain in Southern China 吳冠中作江南民居風景圖

3. Wu Guanzhong The Lion Grove Garden (Lion Woods) 吳冠中作獅子林

4. Wu Guanzhong The Wu Gorge 吳冠中作巫峽魂

5. Wu Guanzhong Rocks by the Sea 吳冠中作海滨石

6. Wu Guanzhong The Single-Log Bridge 吳冠中作獨木橋

7. Wu Guanzhong Expressionistic Lotus 吳冠中作表現主義的荷花

 

(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Fu Baoshi Hwan Shyua Showed Painting to Guests in East Jin Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Yu Youren 傅抱石作于右任題詩入畫中桓玄出畫圖手卷

2. Fu Baoshi The Nine Elders of the Poetry by Bai Juyi in Tang Dynasty handscroll inscribed by Xu Beihong 傅抱石作徐悲鴻題元氣淋漓九老圖手卷

3. Fu Baoshi Premier Xie An Brought Beauties to the East Shan Mountain handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 傅抱石作謝稚柳題春風綠揚東山攜妓圖手卷

 

(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Li Keran The Landscape of River Li being Well-known Forever 李可染作漓江山水傳千古圖

 

(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Lu Yanshao Spring and Rocks Landscape of Mountain Yandang 陸儼少作雁蕩泉石山水圖

 

(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Zhou The Children and Father Sitting on the Back of Camels 黃冑作駱駝背上的小學生與父親

 

(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Huang Binhong Landscape 黃賓虹作山水圖

2. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (1) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(1)

3. Huang Binhong Landscape Hanging Scroll (2) 黃賓虹作山水圖立軸(2)

 

(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Wu Changshuo Annual Purely Floral and Fruity Tributes 吳昌碩作歲朝清供圖

 

(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Lin Fengmian Five Naked Ladies 林風眠作五裸女圖

2. Lin Fengmian Two Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作二美與花瓶圖

3. Lin Fengmian Three Beautiful Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作三美與花瓶圖

4. Lin Fengmian Court Ladies and the Vase 林風眠作宮女與花瓶圖

 

(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains handscroll inscribed by Xie Zhiliu 吳湖帆作謝稚柳題春風綠揚枝山居圖手卷

2. Wu Hufan Dwelling in the Mountains 吳湖帆作山居圖

3. Wu Hufan Landscape after Zhao Mengfu 吳湖帆作擬趙孟頫山水圖

4. Wu Hufan Seven Character Calligraphy Couplet 吳湖帆作七言書法對聯

 

(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Xie Zhiliu Landscape in Windy Spirit 謝稚柳作生風抖擻山水圖

 

(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)

 

1. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (鏡片 mounted)

2. Huang Junbi High Mountains and Flowing Waters Landscape 黃君璧作高山流水山水圖 (立軸 hanging scroll)

 

(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Pu Ru Green Mountain and White Cloud handscroll inscribed by Zhang Daqian 溥儒作張大千題青山白雲山水圖手卷

 

(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tang Yun Birds and Flowers 唐雲作花鳥圖

 

(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)

 

1. Zhao Shao’Ang Flowers and Bird Double Screen 趙少昂作花鳥圖對屏

2. Zhao Shao’Ang Tall Willow Tree Morning Cicada Bamboos and Little Bird 趙少昂作高柳曉蟬竹葉小鳥圖

 

(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. He Haixia Landscape 何海霞作山水圖

 

(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Guan Shanyue Spring is coming to Southern Guangdong Landscape 關山月作春到南粵山水圖

 

(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Zikai A Small Table Three Friends and Plum Blossoms 豐子愷作小桌三朋梅花圖

 

(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)

 

1. Yan Bolong Colorful Birds Flowers and Plants Four Screens 顏伯龍作彩鳥與花草小樹圖四條屏

 

(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo Two Beautiful Horses 愛新覺羅溥佐作雙駿馬圖

 

(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Yihong Beautiful Flowers Attracting Bees 高逸鴻作群花爭艷招蜂圖

 

(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Tian Shiguang Flowers and Birds 田世光作花鳥圖

 

(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Yuan Songnian Landscape 袁松年作山水圖

 

(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Gao Qifeng Flowers and Bamboos 高奇峰作花竹圖

 

(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Zhifo Wild Geese under Willow Shadow 陳之佛作柳蔭雁鴨圖

 

(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Chen Banding Flowers and Birds 陳半丁 ( 陳年 ) 作花鳥圖

 

(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Feng Chaoran Landscape 馮超然作山水圖

 

(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

 

1. Zheng Banqiao Orchids Bamboos and Rocks 鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖

  

Works of Art 藝術品:

  

Antiques 古董

 

(1) 古董 Antiques (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Bronze Money-Shaking Fortune Tree Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝青銅搖錢樹

2. A Gilt-Bronze Guanyin Bodhisattva Figure Tang Dynasty China 中國唐朝銅鎏金觀音菩薩造像

 

(2) 玉 Jades (8 件/pcs)

 

1. A White Jade Pig-and-Bird-Winged Dragon Winged Mythical Beast Hongshan Culture China 中國紅山文化古白玉雕豬鳥翼形龍

2. A White Jade Persian Face Elephant Puzzle Han Dynasty China 中國漢朝古玉雕波斯人面大象紋益智拼圖

3. A Green Jade Sword Token of Imperial Authority by Emperor Shang Dynasty China 中國商朝古青玉雕玉劍令牌

4. A Jade Fish Wine-Cup Western Zhou Dynasty China 中國西周古玉雕魚形酒杯

5. A Red Jade Military Token Qing Dynasty China 中國清朝古紅玉雕軍事玉令牌

6. A White Jade Cavalrymen War Horses Halberds of Middle Sizes Militarism Worship Cong of the First Emperor of Qin 中國東周戰國至秦朝時期古白玉雕騎兵戰馬中戟紋秦始皇帝崇武玉琮

7. A Pale Celadon Greenish White Jade Linking Nipple Grain Phoenix Twisted Ropes Heaven Worship Bi of Nation Chu 中國東周戰國時期古青白玉淺浮雕勾連乳丁穀紋鳳紋扭繩紋楚國祭天玉璧

8. A Celadon Green Jade Twisted Ropes Triple Sitting Hornless Dragons Green-Dragon-Son-of-Heaven Pendant 中國西周時期古青玉雕扭繩紋三盤螭龍青龍天子珮

 

(3) 羊脂白玉 Mutton Fat White Jades (2 件/pcs)

 

1. A Mutton Fat White Jade Linking Clouds Royal Dragon Pendant Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢古羊脂白玉透空圓雕勾連雲紋龍形珮

2. A Coincident Carved Khotan Russet Skin Mutton Fat White Jade Sitting Double-humped Camel Western Han Dynasty China 中國西漢和闐黑棗皮古羊脂白玉巧雕坐姿雙峯駱駝

  

Taiwan Web Museum

A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館

網路世界裡的免費博物館

 

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆

网络世界里的免费博物馆

 

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

 

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

 

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!

歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

 

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)

Private Museum preparatory office

中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

 

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw

#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com

  

Gottlieb, William P., 1917-, photographer.

 

[Portrait of Mary Lou Williams, New York, N.Y., ca. 1946]

 

1 negative : b&w ; 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in.

 

Notes:

Gottlieb Collection Assignment No. 335

Reference print available in Music Division, Library of Congress.

Purchase William P. Gottlieb

Forms part of: William P. Gottlieb Collection (Library of Congress).

 

Subjects:

Williams, Mary Lou, 1910-

Women jazz musicians--1940-1950.

Pianists--1940-1950.

 

Format: Portrait photographs--1940-1950.

Film negatives--1940-1950.

 

Rights Info: Mr. Gottlieb has dedicated these works to the public domain, but rights of privacy and publicity may apply. lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/gottlieb/gottlieb-copyrig...

 

Repository: (negative) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Washington D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print

(reference print) Library of Congress, Music Division, Washington D.C. 20540 USA, loc.gov/rr/perform/

 

Part Of: William P. Gottlieb Collection (DLC) 99-401005

 

General information about the Gottlieb Collection is available at lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/gottlieb/gottlieb-home.html

 

Persistent URL: hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/gottlieb.09231

 

Call Number: LC-GLB13- 0923

  

鄭板橋1764年作蘭竹石圖 Orchids Bamboos and Rocks by Zheng Banqiao dated 1764

 

題識簽名︰ 掀天揭地之文,震電驚雷之字,呵神罵鬼之談,無古無今之畫,固不在尋常蹊徑中也。未畫以前,不立一格;既畫之後,不留一格。乾隆甲申為茂林年學兄哂正。板橋鄭燮。

二式鈐印︰ 鄭爕、鄭風子。

一鑑藏印︰ 揚州市博物館鑑藏。

大小尺寸︰ 高 65 cm x 寬 67 cm (約 4.00 平尺 4.83 才)

媒體形制︰ 橫幅水墨紙本鏡片 清乾隆甲申年1764年

 

歷史著錄︰ 鄭板橋年譜 (鄭板橋集)

作者Artist︰郑板桥 ZHENG Banqiao [郑燮 ZHENG Xie] (1693-1765)

 

Size: H 65 x W 67 cm

 

Ink on Paper, Mounted, signed Banqiao Zheng Xie, inscribed ARTICLES THAT OPEN AND OVERTHROW HEAVEN AND EARTH, WORDS THAT SHOCK AND FRIGHTEN LIGHTNING AND THUNDER, TALKS THAT SCORE AND BLAME GOD AND GHOST, A PAINTING THAT HAS NOT BEEN EXISTED IN THE PAST AND WILL NOT BE DONE IN THE NEAR FUTURE, ARE ALL NOT ON THE USUAL ROUTE OR COMMON WAY. NEVER TO HAVE A STYLE BEFORE YOU START TO PAINT AND NEVER TO HAVE A STYLE LEFT AFTER YOU FINISH A PAINTING, dedicated QIANLONG JIASHEN (QIANLONG YEAR 29 A.D. 1764) PAINTED FOR MAO LIN NIAN XUE BROTHER TO INSTRUCT, with two seals of the artist and one authenticity appreciation seal of Yangzhou City Museum China.

  

A painting "Orchids Bamboos and Rocks" (H 65 x W 67 cm) by Zheng Banqiao dated 1764 vs. the same in the Wuxi City Government of China

一幅鄭板橋1764年作蘭竹石圖(高 65 x 寬 67 cm) vs. 一幅中國無錫市政府之相同鄭板橋蘭竹石圖軸

  

著錄: 鄭板橋年譜(鄭板橋集)

Publications:

 

鄭板橋年譜(鄭板橋集): 鄭板橋於清乾隆29年甲申年西元1764年72歲時為茂林作"蘭竹石圖" 並題識:

題識曰: "掀天揭地之文, 震電驚雷之字, 呵神罵鬼之談, 無古無今之畫, 固不在尋常蹊徑中也. 未畫以前, 不立一格; 既畫之後, 不留一格. 乾隆甲申為茂林年學兄哂正. 板橋鄭燮.".

 

The biography of Zheng Banqian "鄭板橋年譜(鄭板橋集)" written in chronological order (at the age of 72 years old) by "The Biography of Zheng Banqian":

 

Painting "Orchids Bamboos and Rocks" was painted by Zheng Banqiao in 1764 (year JIASHEN, the 29th year of Qinglong period Qing dynasty) at 72 years old for MAO LIN NIAN XUE BROTHER TO INSTRUCT, and inscribed:

ARTICLES THAT OPEN AND OVERTHROW HEAVEN AND EARTH, WORDS THAT SHOCK AND FRIGHTEN LIGHTNING AND THUNDER, TALKS THAT SCORE AND BLAME GOD AND GHOST, A PAINTING THAT HAS NOT BEEN EXISTED IN THE PAST AND WILL NOT BE DONE IN THE NEAR FUTURE, ARE ALL NOT ON THE USUAL ROUTE OR COMMON WAY. NEVER TO HAVE A STYLE BEFORE YOU START TO PAINT AND NEVER TO HAVE A STYLE LEFT AFTER YOU FINISH A PAINTING, dedicated QIANLONG JIASHEN (QIANLONG YEAR 29 A.D. 1764) PAINTED FOR MAO LIN NIAN XUE BROTHER TO INSTRUCT, BANQIAO ZHENG XIE.

  

Scientific comparison with Seals and Signatures of Zheng Banqiao for authenticity

以畫家簽名筆跡與印文比對確認鄭板橋名畫真偽

 

鄭板橋簽名及印文比對樣本 Sample of Comparison about "The Seals and Signatures of Zheng Banqiao":

 

"The Seals and Signatures of Zheng Banqiao" offered by Gg-Art Dot Com NET TECH CO., LTD. in Guangzhou City, China.

中國广州市圣翰文化传播有限公司 "中华博物" 艺术收藏网站所收集之 "郑板桥落款与印鉴".

 

我們以具備法庭證據能力的畫家簽名筆跡與印文比對及作品顏料色差等科學分析方法確定名畫真偽

We use scientific comparison analysis of "Seals and Signatures" of the artists on the renowned paintings as well as their color differences of painted color pigments on the paintings that can be rendered in a law court as strong evidences to assure and confirm their true authenticity.

 

鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥名畫作品之畫家簽名及印文與中华博物艺术收藏网站所收集之畫家落款与印鉴比對分析

The comparison analysis of "Seals and Signatures" of the artist Zheng Banqiao on the painting with those collected in website gg-art dot com about the artist

 

經由與中國广州市圣翰文化传播有限公司 "中华博物" 艺术收藏网站所收集之 "鄭板橋落款与印鉴" 精細比對分析, 在此幅名畫上之作者題識簽名字跡與鈐印, 為畫家鄭板橋的本人親自書寫筆跡及簽名印鑑.

 

Through the careful comparison and analysis with " The Seals and Signatures of Zheng Banqiao " offered by Gg-Art Dot Com NET TECH CO., LTD. in Guangzhou City, China, the seals and signature of the artist in this fine painting are both the personal seals and signature of Zheng Banqiao.

  

鄭板橋作蘭竹石圖的最高落槌拍賣紀錄如下:

鄭板橋1756年作 "竹石兰蕙图" (高 186.5 x 寬 96.0 cm,水墨紙本立轴) 2011年6月7日於中国北京北京匡时国际拍卖有限公司2011春季艺术品拍卖会扬州画派作品专场 Lot. 1059 售出美金 US 6,176,000 元.

 

The highest auction hammer price record of "Orchids Bamboos and Rocks" paintings by Zheng Banqiao was as follows:

The "Bamboo and calligraphy" (H 186.5 x W 96.0 cm, ink on paper, hanging scroll.) by Zheng Banqiao dated 1756 was sold US 6,176,000 dollars at Beijing Council International Auctions Beijing China 2011 Spring Auction Lot. 1059 on 06/07/2011.

  

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家 Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家

Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

 

共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %

Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 artists = 31 %

 

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

 

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

 

Page 84 (14 Chinese artists) 第84頁14位中國畫家

 

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)

Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

 

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850

9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199

13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650

16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050

17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000

19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020

20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900

26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850

31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760

32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500

37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000

38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000

42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500

50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

 

Page 85 (17 Chinese artists) 第85頁17位中國畫家

 

53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500

55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850

58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500

59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650

62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840

67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200

71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899

75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150

78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200

81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600

83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500

85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650

89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200

93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279

95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700

96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600

98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

 

Page 86 (18 Chinese artists) 第86頁18位中國畫家

 

103 LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜 19,134,174 43 2,935,800

105 WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤 18,896,219 348 827,220

109 HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉 18,286,630 241 902,430

110 DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平 18,251,261 309 842,920

112 HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞 17,310,468 144 3,266,000

114 CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛 16,910,797 29 2,964,699

119 GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良 16,014,062 239 2,197,800

120 REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年) 15,959,015 167 1,199,520

128 DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌 14,722,727 123 2,769,300

130 WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明 14,576,419 79 1,633,000

131 YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇 14,505,161 109 972,600

135 ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋 14,208,977 76 2,200,000

136 LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为 14,023,225 121 1,621,000

138 LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪 13,918,988 276 786,240

139 LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之 13,856,855 350 907,760

141 LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立 13,483,611 53 6,159,800

148 HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同) 12,755,950 85 1,306,400

149 LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東 12,589,594 15 7,470,400

 

Page 87 (19 Chinese artists) 第87頁19位中國畫家

 

152 LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其 12,209,093 144 5,538,600

153 CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋 12,101,206 194 1,040,000

157 YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶 11,964,497 55 3,242,000

161 LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟 11,536,281 138 1,877,950

166 YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥 11,191,811 57 10,784,400

167 TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲 11,031,461 493 293,940

172 FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均 10,814,787 30 6,697,600

178 TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎) 10,514,886 33 4,956,250

180 GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月 10,378,961 119 2,850,750

182 LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松 10,204,764 83 1,804,599

184 CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅 10,172,762 89 3,000,700

185 SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪) 10,111,795 116 1,588,580

186 HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧 10,051,378 313 319,410

188 FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山 9,945,247 23 3,890,400

189 HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英 9,919,579 54 859,130

190 ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪 9,888,000 174 1,377,850

191 ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘 9,699,670 94 1,224,549

196 JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農 9,367,369 48 1,732,040

200 LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅 9,177,422 134 1,339,060

 

Page 88 (15 Chinese artists) 第88頁15位中國畫家

 

201 LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才 9,162,598 191 788,160

208 YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明 8,916,735 251 1,172,160

215 BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石 8,571,042 164 456,119

217 LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰 8,494,019 61 3,735,200

218 HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁 8,467,043 5 7,542,300

221 FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷 8,411,283 175 437,670

223 SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治 8,326,290 244 469,151

224 XU Lei (1963) 徐累 8,312,432 26 2,606,400

225 WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東 8,284,639 30 1,458,900

227 WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明 8,207,562 130 453,600

234 JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福 7,873,366 79 1,864,150

236 WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人 7,832,988 148 636,090

237 FAN Yang (1955) 范揚 7,806,488 233 243,750

242 WANG Yuanqi (1642-1715) 王原祁 7,678,320 39 1,465,200

250 AI Xuan (1947) 艾轩 7,467,339 43 749,800

 

Page 89 (12 Chinese artists) 第89頁12位中國畫家

 

258 PAN Yuliang (1895-1977) 潘玉良 7,179,153 11 3,870,351

262 ZHAO Zhiqian (1829-1884) 趙之謙 7,060,825 66 1,160,099

265 TIAN Liming (1955) 田黎明 6,999,979 95 315,900

266 EMPEROR KANGXI (1654-1722) 康熙皇帝 6,937,669 14 3,258,000

268 SHI Lu (1919-1982) 石魯 6,852,847 49 1,021,230

271 TIAN Shiguang (1916-1999) 田世光 6,803,606 123 781,920

276 CHOU Ying (1493-1560) 仇英 6,632,784 50 1,823,360

279 DING Yanyong (1902-1978) 丁衍庸 6,584,807 181 592,939

291 GUO Moruo (1892-1978) 郭沫若 6,218,480 61 1,102,280

294 XU Bing (1955) 徐冰 6,130,422 30 1,167,120

297 SHEN Zhou (1427-1509) 沈周 6,066,002 28 1,798,500

299 SHEN Yinmo (1883-1971) 沈尹默 6,003,213 185 1,218,750

 

Page 90 (14 Chinese artists) 第90頁14位中國畫家

 

303 YUE Minjun (1962) 岳敏君 5,851,974 22 1,296,800

306 ZHAO Shao'Ang (1905-1998) 趙少昂 5,809,681 247 259,520

309 XUE Liang (1956) 薛亮 5,717,377 95 1,103,640

316 CHEONG Soo Pieng (1917-1983) 钟泗滨 5,566,836 55 631,609

323 ZHANG Ruitu (1570-1641) 張瑞圖 5,495,433 30 761,870

328 CHEN Hongshou (1598-1652) 陳洪绶 5,458,659 20 1,945,200

329 REN Zhong (1976) 任重 5,452,237 56 423,540

331 ZHU Qizhan (1892-1996) 朱屺瞻 5,417,335 209 260,000

332 ZHAO Puchu (1907-2000) 趙樸初 5,382,881 175 486,300

336 WANG Jian (1598-1677) 王鑒 5,309,438 23 3,811,700

339 YANG Shanshen (1913-2004) 楊善深 5,279,455 184 1,427,360

341 KANG Youwei (1858-1927) 康有為 5,199,080 113 324,200

343 GU Wenda (1955) 谷文達 5,179,178 42 1,119,180

345 LIU Ye (1964) 劉野 5,117,193 34 891,550

 

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351 PU Guang (XIII -XIV) 溥光 4,944,050 1 4,944,050

352 HE Shaoji (1799-1873) 何绍基 4,912,933 136 747,500

355 LIU Jiyou (1918-1983) 劉繼卣 4,891,144 108 399,595

358 CHEN Dayu (1912-2001) 陳大羽 4,855,807 247 454,160

365 SHI Tao (1642-1707) 石濤 4,796,775 27 2,269,400

368 ZHU Meicun (1911-1993) 朱梅邨 4,776,671 117 570,150

369 JIA Aili (1979) 贾蔼力 4,758,253 8 1,262,240

370 XI Dejin (1923-1981) 席德進 4,740,558 89 227,080

373 SHEN Peng (1931) 沈鹏 4,670,229 160 701,330

374 AI Weiwei (1957) 艾未未 4,663,696 32 966,749

375 XU Lele (1955) 徐樂樂 4,628,253 155 210,730

383 YE Qianyu (1907-1995) 葉淺予 4,530,685 118 356,620

389 ZHU Yunming (1460-1526) 祝允明 4,462,454 14 1,629,000

393 LI Jin (1958) 李津 4,372,647 94 212,160

394 ZHAN Wang (1962) 展望 4,360,124 13 2,709,000

395 FANG Chuxiong (1950) 方楚雄 4,355,333 148 262,080

397 LU Yushun (1962) 盧禹舜 4,336,840 61 884,520

399 CHEN Wenxi (1906-1991) 陳文希 4,242,709 71 1,095,650

 

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402 CHENG Conglin (1954) 程叢林 4,177,932 3 4,052,500

404 TAO Lengyue (1895-1985) 陶冷月 4,141,462 138 457,240

405 HE Duoling (1948) 何多苓 4,131,489 12 1,419,000

409 LONG Rui (1946) 龍瑞 4,047,039 66 956,980

416 LU Yifei (1908-1997) 陸抑非 3,995,369 121 791,293

425 ZHANG Shanzi (1882-1940) 張善孖 3,840,085 90 324,200

428 WANG Guangyi (1957) 王廣義 3,799,843 37 1,167,120

430 WEI Zixi (1915-2002) 魏紫熙 3,791,768 120 235,190

432 YUN Shouping (1633-1690) 惲壽平 3,784,559 78 541,800

437 PAN Gongkai (1947) 潘公凯 3,737,332 16 2,141,040

443 SHA Menghai (1900-1992) 沙孟海 3,702,566 132 293,940

446 HUANG Shen (1687-c.1773) 黃慎 3,685,764 49 425,100

450 LIN Yong (1942) 林墉 3,650,618 117 259,360

 

Page 93 (15 Chinese artists) 第93頁15位中國畫家

 

456 LIAO Chi-Chun (1902-1976) 廖繼春 3,625,280 9 1,252,033

461 LI Shan (1686-1760) 李鱓 3,569,789 38 652,800

462 LAN Ying (1585-c.1664) 蓝瑛 3,562,896 42 438,210

464 YANG Zhiguang (1930) 楊之光 3,525,002 119 195,840

468 ZHANG Enli (1965) 张恩利 3,497,596 12 708,949

471 YANG Feiyun (1954) 杨飞云 3,467,338 14 734,400

472 ZHOU Jingxin (1959) 周京新 3,445,045 113 519,040

475 JIANG Hanting (1904-1963) 江寒汀 3,408,711 125 300,625

476 WANG Ziwu (1936) 王子武 3,404,947 51 653,200

478 LE PHO (1907-2001) 黎譜 3,396,747 96 696,059

479 LIU Yi (1957) 刘溢 3,370,316 20 615,980

481 NI Yuanlu (1593-1644) 倪元璐 3,350,382 10 1,100,000

492 CHIU Ya Tsai (1949-2013) 邱亞才 3,288,319 53 180,459

498 WEN Jia (1501-1583) 文嘉 3,261,051 17 1,986,160

500 WU Dayu (1903-1988) 吴大羽 3,248,689 9 772,800

 

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

 

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

   

Taiwan Web Museum

A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館

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网络世界里的免费博物馆

 

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

 

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

 

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!

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Dutch postcard, no. 335. Photo: City Film.

 

Austrian director and stage and film actor Hermann Thimig (1890-1982) made during his long career 99 films during six decades.

 

He was the son of actor and director Hugo Thimig, who was later manager of the Burgtheater in Vienna. Both his sister Helen Thimig and his brother Hans Thimig were also actors. They often worked together on stage and in films. Hermann started his professiobal career in 1920 at the Hoftheater in Meiningen till the First World War interfered. In 1915 he could leave the army for medical reasons and went to Berlin to play at the Schauspielhaus and the Volksbühne. A change in the Max Reinhardt Ensemble at the Deutschen Theater in 1916 gave Thimig his breakthrough. In the same year he also made his film debut in Die Gräfin Heyers (1916, William Wauer) and was in his next films the partner of Ossi Oswalda in Ossis Tagebuch (1917, Ernst Lubitsch), and of Henny Porten in Auf Probe gestellt (1918, Rudolf Briebach). He was often cast as reserved characters. He was either shy, loveable or dreamy - like a child who looks with big eyes at the world around him. In the following years Thimig acted successfully in films as Moral und Sinnlichkeit (1919, Georg Jacoby), Die Brüder Karamasoff (1920, Carl Froelich), and Kleider machen Leute (1921, Hans Steinhoff). He appeared in three more comedies by Ernst Lubitsch Die Puppe (1919), Die Bergkatze (1921) and Die Flamme (1923). He was also performing in the theatre. His greatest stage success was his role in 1924 as Truffaldino in Goldoni’s play Der Diener zweier Herren / The Servant of Two Gentlemen, directed by Max Reinhardt. In 1918 he had his first engagement as a director at the Theater des Westens. Other successful silent films in which Thimig performed were Das Mädel mit der Maske (1922, Victor Janson), the Cinderella variation Der verlorene Schuh (1923, Ludwig Berger), Die Familie ohne Moral (1927, Max Neufeld) and Napoleon auf St. Helena (1929, Lupu Pick).

 

When the sound film was introduced Thimig decided to focus on film operettas and comedies. To his well-known films of the this period belong Die Drei-Groschen-Oper (1931, Georg Wilhelm Pabst), Mein Leopold (1931, Hans Steinhoff), Eine Nacht im Paradies (1932, Carl Lamac), with Anny Ondra, Kiki (1932, Carl Lamac), again with Anny Ondra, Kleiner Mann - was nun? (1933, Fritz Wendhausen), Der Himmel auf Erden (1935, E. W. Emo), Der geheimnisvolle Mr. X (1936, J.A. Hübler-Kahla) and Die Austernlilli (1937, E.W. Emo). He played often together with the in 1937 deceased actress Renate Müller, like in Der kleine Seitensprung (1931, Reinhold Schünzel), Mädchen zum Heiraten (1932, Wilhelm Thiele) and the huge success Viktor und Viktoria (1933, Reinhold Schünzel). In 1935 he returned to the theatre, the Burgtheater in Vienna, where he mainly played roles as an older gentleman. He played these characters also in films till the early 1960’s. Among those films were Johann (1943, Robert A. Stemmle), Die kluge Marianne (1943) directed by his brother Hans Thimig, Der Prozess (1948, Georg Wilhelm Pabst), Abenteuer im Schloss (1952, Rudolf Steinboeck) and the tv film Der Verschwender (1956, John Olden). In 1965 he became a honorary member of the Burgtheater and in 1969 he was awarded with the Filmband in Gold for his work in the German cinema. He was married twice. First with actress Hanna Wisser and in second marriage with actress Vilma Degischer.

 

Sources: Thomas Staedeli, Filmportal.de, IMDb and Wikipedia.

 

Thanks to Mr. Eudaly for the permission. Man it was so quite and peaceful sitting out here and watching trains. Here an eastbound streaks thru the night pass the intermediates at MP 335, west of Ethel, MO.. We could hear trains out east for almost 15 minutes before they showed up. A small fire and a very relaxing time!