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The sun came out for just a little bit today and then the rain came back again... I really want to take advantage of the sun if it does come back... some places I want to go... Anyway, that's just me talking to myself.

 

Cleaned up my desk at work tonight. It felt strange having to take down my pictures and notes. Oh well, I'll be back there before I know it... although, I hope I have an actual office by then haha.

 

Anyway, I am thinking of selling my wide angle lens. It is a Carls Zeiss Distagon 21mm F2.8 ZE mount. Widely renowned as the best wide angle prime available for Canon. I just don't use it enough. Anyone interested? If so, shoot me an email!

  

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I finally got to wear the traveling socks, with all the cute things attached to them from everyone who has worn them before. They. Are. Adorable! Here's where they've been so far:

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This map is from the best game ever, 'Maptangle'...it's like geographic twister!!!

 

18:365 living positively

We're moving, we're moving, we're moving, again!!!! My husband just got word that he is being transferred to the Denver, Colorado office! It's still hard to believe that this is happening. There is so much to do. Sell our house, pack, find a new house, new schools........I'm feeling overwhelmed by it all right now. Anyone with info about the area would be greatly appreciated! Hopefully I can keep up with this project as we take on this new adventure. Oh my!

Ok.. so I really really wanted to go to UT Austin... It was my dream! LOL... But since we moved I am going to have to find the next best thing in CA haha!

I know this is not very creative but I had a dentist appt. at 2 pm and didn't get out of there until almost 5 pm then we went to Rubios for some yummy food and then came home chilled out some and then I was like OH CRAP MY 365 lol...

Besides that my toilet overflowed today because my daughter decided to take a dump in the bath tub while I was showering her and her brother and I had the genius idea of picking it up with 2 paper towels and attempting to flush the crap and paper towels.. well it got stuck and of course water got everywhere... we forgot all about it until Elijah had to peepee and Dontae flushed the toilet and yep once again water got everywhere so he went to bed bath and beyond to get a plunger but their plungers were like 29 dollars for the cheapest one! They told him "What do you expect? This is BB&B, everything we sell here is pricey, if we sell a plunger it has to be pretty so that's why it's 30 bucks!"

sooo yea... today was a better day...

 

Except for the fact that I was reminded that I need to get my wisdom teeth removed (I already had one extracted)... the dentists says they are going to need to give me like some gas to pass me out because if I stay awake during the process I might cause myself to have lock jaw because for some reason my jaw cannot stay open for a long time (which I found funny for numerous reasons... my hubby on the other hand did not like my humor)... so anyway after that procedure I am going to need braces... because my wisdom teeth have managed to push some of my teeth... you guys have seen my smile in a few shots.. it's not that bad but heck I am not complaining if I will have a perfect smile I will be happy.. except that freaking braces are expensive.. dangit... why couldn't I have medicaid? It would be free.. but oohh well.. enough telling you about unimportant stuff.. again I apologize for the crappyness of today's picture.. I know lately I haven't been very ... hmmm how do you say... LOL... CREATIVE and there is no excuse I am just a bum

 

Well off to watch the office now peeps... Pam and Jim are getting married yaaaay!! If somehow it gets ruined I am going to be so pissed and will boycott the whole season! ha!

no, i'm not coming out of anything! BUT i did have an adventure today. but let me first apologize for not visiting anyone's streams today--but my job is starting to go full tilt -- 12 hour days, 3 hour commute (total) and i'm one pooped puppy! but i am trying to keep up my 365 and i will try very hard to get to see everyone's streams. please bear with me...

 

but i do get to get out of the office for a half hour. today i took a walk down south street to go to starbucks and also to check out a bookstore called "calamus book store." i had been by before and i thought they sold mostly used books (which i love) and it looked so intriguing. it is a basement affair with a large window on the street -- very old fashioned. i had passed, as i said, and noticed that they had quite a few Christopher Isherwood books in the window. now that may or may not say anything about the establishment. yes i know Isherwood was gay, but so what -- i didn't think too much of it.

 

so i go to go into the store and a young man is leaving and he holds the door open for me. and i descend down old iron stairs into the main room of the store. it is loaded with books but very orderly and i can see, at a glance, that they also sell cards, calenders, that sort of thing. and then i realize what is on the cards and calenders. ahhhh. yes. so the elderly gentleman approaches me and asks me if he can help me. and i tell him that i would like to take some pictures. and he asks why and i tell him that i am trying to improve my photography and that i have been going to different establishments for practice. and he says ok, but no shots of the patrons.

 

so now i start to wander around and while really most of the books are just books, it's the photography all around with splashes of naked young men that makes me start to well, blush! i am not a prude and i think if i had been there with one of my gay friends i would have been very relaxed and i would be going through books and enjoying myself. but i started to feel self-conscious! but instead of it being a bad thing, i just started feeling a little silly and i finished my few shots and thanked the very kind man for letting me practice.

 

it was a very funny scene, in retrospect! i mean me! i was funny! and that is just fine!!!! life is indeed good!!!!

I feel like i have a million things on my plate this week! it starts to make me paranoid and OCD about everything I do. I had a package in the mail for me that I was excited to get, but they were holding it hostage! I had to go to the office and get it. Bad news is I have to go back in tomorrow to mail something, one of my pieces on etsy sold from my exhibiton! And then something for dad. Hope you all have plans to get something good for daddy! I miss mine. I'm also so thankful I'm going home in two weeks. Time to relax from 365 (halllllllelujah) and go on vacation!

 

i lit 50 tea lights total.

 

Have a great week :]

80/365

 

Explore on 21 May 2009. Highest position #189.

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burj Dubai (Arabic: برج دبي‎ "Dubai Tower") is a supertall skyscraper under construction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the tallest man-made structure ever built, despite being incomplete. Construction began on 21 September 2004, and the tower is expected to be completed and ready for occupancy by September 2009.

The building is part of the 2 km2 (0.8 sq mi) development called "Downtown Burj Dubai" at the "First Interchange" along Sheikh Zayed Road at Financial Centre Road (previously known as Doha Street). The tower's architect is Adrian Smith, who worked with Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) until 2006. The architecture and engineering firm SOM is in charge of the project. The primary builders are Samsung Engineering & Construction and Besix along with Arabtec. Turner Construction Company was chosen as the construction manager.

The total budget for the Burj Dubai project is about US$4.1 billion, and for the entire new "Downtown Dubai", US$20 billion. Mohamed Ali Alabbar, the CEO of Emaar Properties, speaking at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat 8th World Congress, said that the price of office space at Burj Dubai had reached $4,000 per sq ft (over $43,000 per m2) and that the Armani Residences, also in Burj Dubai, were selling for US$3,500 per sq ft (over $37,500 per m2).

  

Thank you very much all my dear friends for your visits, comments and faves!

Please NO MULTIGROUP invites!

 

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

  

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You just can't make stuff like this up! Life is so great at serving up hilarious visual one-liners. Gotta keep your eyes peeled though.

 

Talked to the guy who's selling this. He said he's used this as his office chair for years. Added the fake fur himself (!!!) He's moving, his wife doesn't like it, his friends are creeped out by it. Time to find it a new owner.

 

Wouldn't YOU like to give this fine hairy wheelchair a home? It's great with kids, has excellent potty habits, is fairly quiet in the house, and loves to snuggle.

 

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*That Hell-Bound Train*

by Robert Bloch (1958)

 

When Martin was a little boy, his daddy was a Railroad Man. Daddy never rode the high iron, but he walked the tracks for the CB&Q, and he was proud of his job. And every night when he got drunk, he sang this old song about That Hell-Bound Train.

 

Martin didn't quite remember any of the words, but he couldn't forget the way his Daddy sang them out. And when Daddy made the mistake of getting drunk in the afternoon and got squeezed between a Pennsy tank-car and an AT&SF gondola, Martin sort of wondered why the Brotherhood didn't sing the song at his funeral.

After that, things didn't go so good for Martin, but somehow he always recalled Daddy's song. When Mom up and ran off with a traveling salesman from Keokuk (Daddy must have turned over in his grave, knowing she'd done such a thing, and with a passenger, too!) Martin hummed the tune to himself every night in the Orphan Home. And after Martin himself ran away, he used to whistle the song softly at night in the jungles, after the other bindlestiffs were asleep.

Martin was on the road for four-five years before he realized he wasn't getting anyplace. Of course he'd tried his hand at a lot of things — picking fruit in Oregon, washing dishes in a Montana hash-house, stealing hubcaps in Denver and tires in Oklahoma City — but by the time he'd put in six months on the chain gang down in Alabama he knew he had no future drifting around this way on his own.

 

So he tried to get on the railroad like his daddy had and they told him that times were bad. But Martin couldn't keep away from the railroads. Wherever he traveled, he rode the rods; he'd rather hop a freight heading north in sub-zero weather than lift his thumb to hitch a ride with a Cadillac headed for Florida. Whenever he managed to get hold of a can of Sterno, he'd sit there under a nice warm culvert, think about the old days, and often as not he'd hum the song about That Hell-Bound Train. That was the train the drunks and the sinners rode — the gambling men and the grifters, the big-time spenders, the skirt-chasers, and all the jolly crew. It would be really fine to take a trip in such good company, but Martin didn't like to think of what happened when that train finally pulled into the Depot Way Down Yonder. He didn't figure on spending eternity stoking boilers in Hell, without even a Company Union to protect him. Still, it would be a lovely ride. If there was such a thing as a Hell-Bound Train. Which, of course, there wasn't.

At least Martin didn't think there was, until that evening when he found himself walking the tracks heading south, just outside of Appleton Junction. The night was cold and dark, the way November nights are in the Fox River Valley, and he knew he'd have to work his way down to New Orleans for the winter, or maybe even Texas. Somehow he didn't much feel like going, even though he'd heard tell that a lot of those Texas automobiles had solid gold hub-caps.

 

No sir, he just wasn't cut out for petty larceny. It was worse than a sin — it was unprofitable, too.

Bad enough to do the Devil's work, but then to get such miserable pay on top of it! Maybe he'd better let the Salvation Army convert him.

Martin trudged along humming Daddy's song, waiting for a rattler to pull out of the Junction behind him. He'd have to catch it — there was nothing else for him to do.

But the first train to come along came from the other direction, roaring toward him along the track from the south.

Martin peered ahead, but his eyes couldn't match his ears, and so far all he could recognize was the sound. It was a train, though; he felt the steel shudder and sing beneath his feet.

And yet, how could it be? The next station south was Neenah-Menasha, and there was nothing due out of there for hours.

 

The clouds were thick overhead, and the field mists rolled like a cold fog in a November midnight. Even so, Martin should have been able to see the headlight as the train rushed on. But there was only the whistle, screaming out of the black throat of the night. Martin could recognize the equipment of just about any locomotive ever built, but he'd never heard a whistle that sounded like this one. It wasn't signaling; it was screaming like a lost soul.

He stepped to one side, for the train was almost on top of him now. And suddenly there it was, looming along the tracks and grinding to a stop in less time than he'd believed possible. The wheels hadn't been oiled, because they screamed too, screamed like the damned. But the train slid to a halt and the screams died away into a series of low, groaning sounds, and Martin looked up and saw that this was a passenger train. It was big and black, without a single light shining in the engine cab or any of the long string of cars; Martin couldn't read any lettering on the sides, but he was pretty sure this train didn't belong on the Northwestern Road.

 

He was even more sure when he saw the man clamber down out of the forward car. There was something wrong about the way he walked, as though one of his feet dragged, and about the lantern he carried. The lantern was dark, and the man held it up to his mouth and blew, and instantly it glowed redly. You don't have to be a member of the Railway Brotherhood to know that this is a mighty peculiar way of lighting a lantern.

As the figure approached, Martin recognized the conductor's cap perched on his head, and this made him feel a little better for a moment — until he noticed that it was worn a bit too high, as though there might be something sticking up on the forehead underneath it.Still, Martin knew his manners, and when the man smiled at him, he said, "Good evening, Mr. Conductor."

"Good evening, Martin."

"How did you know my name?"

 

The man shrugged. "How did you know I was the Conductor?"

"You are, aren't you?"

"To you, yes. Although other people, in other walks of life, may recognize me in different roles. For instance, you ought to see what I look like to the folks out in Hollywood." The man grinned. "I travel a great deal," he explained.

"What brings you here?" Martin asked.

 

"Why, you ought to know the answer to that, Martin. I came because you needed me. Tonight, I suddenly realized you were backsliding.

Thinking of joining the Salvation Army, weren't you?"

 

"Well — " Martin hesitated.

"Don't be ashamed. To err is human, as somebody-or-other-once said. Reader's Digest, wasn't it? Never mind.

The point is, I felt you needed me. So I switched over and came your way.""What for?"

"Why, to offer you a ride, of course. Isn't it better to travel comfortably by train than to march along the cold streets

behind a Salvation Army band? Hard on the feet, they tell me, and even harder on the eardrums."

 

"I'm not sure I'd care to ride your train, sir," Martin said. "Considering where I'm likely to end up."

 

"Ah, yes. The old argument." The Conductor sighed. "I suppose you'd prefer some sort of bargain, is that it?"

"Exactly," Martin answered.

"Well, I'm afraid I'm all through with that sort of thing. There's no shortage of prospective passengers anymore. Why should I offer you any special inducements?"

"You must want me, or else you wouldn't have bothered to go out of your way to find me."

 

The Conductor sighed again. "There you have a point. Pride was always my besetting weakness, I admit. And somehow I'd hate to lose you

to the competition, after thinking of you as my own all these years." He hesitated. "Yes, I'm prepared to deal with you on your own terms, if you insist."

"The terms?" Martin asked.

"Standard proposition. Anything you want."

 

"Ah," said Martin.

"But I warn you in advance, there'll be no tricks. I'll grant you any wish you can name — but in return,

you must promise to ride the train when the time comes."

"Suppose it never comes?"

"It will."

"Suppose I've got the kind of a wish that will keep me off forever?"

"There is no such wish."

"Don't be too sure."

 

"Let me worry about that," the Conductor told him. "No matter what you have in mind, I warn you that I'll collect in the end. And there'll be none of this last-minute hocus-pocus, either. No last-hour repentances, no blonde frauleins or fancy lawyers showing up to get you off. I offer a clean deal. That is to say, you'll get what you want, and I'll get what I want.""I've heard you trick people. They say you're worse than a used-car salesman."

"Now, wait a minute — "

"I apologize," Martin said, hastily. "But it is supposed to be a fact that you can't be trusted."

"I admit it. On the other hand, you seem to think you have found a way out."

 

"A sure-fire proposition."

"Sure-fire? Very funny!" The man began to chuckle, then halted. "But we waste valuable time, Martin. Let's get down to cases. What do you want from me?"

Martin took a deep breath. "I want to be able to stop Time."

"Right now?"

"No. Not yet. And not for everybody. I realize that would be impossible, of course. But I want to be able to stop Time for myself. Just once, in the future. Whenever I get to a point where I know I'm happy and contented, that's where I'd like to stop. So I can just keep on being happy forever."

"That's quite a proposition," the Conductor mused. "I've got to admit I've never heard anything just like it before — and believe me, I've listened to some lulus in my day." He grinned at Martin. "You've really been thinking about this, haven't you?"

 

"for years," Martin admitted. Then he coughed. "Well, what do you say?"

"It's not impossible, in terms of your own subjective time-sense," the Conductor murmured. "Yes, I think it could be arranged."

"But I mean really to stop. Not for me just to imagine it."

"I understand. And it can be done."

"Then you'll agree?"

"Why not? I promised you, didn't I? Give me your hand."

Martin hesitated. "Will it hurt very much? I mean, I don't like the sight of blood, and — "

"Nonsense! You've been listening to a lot of poppycock. We already have made our bargain, my boy. I merely intend to put something into your hand. The ways and means of fulfilling your wish. After all, there's no telling at just what moment you may decide to exercise the agreement, and I can't drop everything and come running. So it's better if you can regulate matters for yourself."

"You're going to give me a Time-stopper?"

 

"That's the general idea. As soon as I can decide what would be practical." The Conductor hesitated. "Ah, the very thing! Here, take my watch."

He pulled it out of his vest-pocket; a railroad watch in a silver case. He opened the back and made a delicate adjustment; Martin tried to see just exactly what he was doing, but the fingers moved in a blinding blur.

"There we are." The Conductor smiled. "It's all set, now. When you finally decide where you'd like to call a halt, merely turn the stem in reverse and unwind the watch until it stops. When it stops, Time stops, for you. Simple enough?" And the Conductor dropped the watch into Martin's hand.

 

The young man closed his fingers tightly around the case. "That's all there is to it, eh?"

"Absolutely. But remember — you can stop the watch only once. So you'd better make sure that you're satisfied with the

moment you choose to prolong. I caution you in all fairness; make very certain of your choice."

"I will." Martin grinned. "And since you've been so fair about it, I'll be fair, too. There's one thing you seem to have forgotten.

It doesn't really matter what moment I choose. Because once I stop Time for myself, that means I stay where I am forever.

I'll never have to get any older. And if I don't get any older, I'll never die. And if I never die, then I'll never have to take a ride on your train."

The Conductor turned away. His shoulders shook convulsively, and he may have been crying. "And you said I was worse than a used-car salesman," he gasped, in a strangled voice.

Then he wandered off into the fog, and the train-whistle gave an impatient shriek, and all at once it was moving swiftly down the track, rumbling out of sight in the darkness.

 

Martin stood there, blinking down at the silver watch in his hand. If it wasn't that he could actually see it and feel it there, and if he couldn't smell that peculiar odor, he might have thought he'd imagined the whole thing from start to finish — train, Conductor, bargain, and all.

But he had the watch, and he could recognize the scent left by the train as it departed, even though there aren't many locomotives around that use sulphur and brimstone as fuel.

And he had no doubts about his bargain. That's what came of thinking things through to a logical conclusion. Some fools would have settled for wealth, or power, or Kim Novak. Daddy might have sold out for a fifth of whiskey.Martin knew that he'd made a better deal. Better? It was foolproof. All he needed to do now was choose his moment.

 

He put the watch in his pocket and started back down the railroad track. He hadn't really had a destination in mind before, but he did now. He was going to find a moment of happiness…

Now young Martin wasn't altogether a ninny. He realized perfectly well that happiness is a relative thing; there are conditions and degrees of contentment, and they vary with one's lot in life. As a hobo, he was often satisfied with a warm handout, a double-length bench in the park, or a can of Sterno made in 1957 (a vintage year). Many a time he had reached a state of momentary bliss through such simple agencies, but he was aware that there were better things. Martin determined to seek them out.

Within two days he was in the great city of Chicago. Quite naturally, he drifted over to West Madison Street, and there he took steps to elevate his role in life. He became a city bum, a panhandler, a moocher. Within a week he had risen to the point where happiness was a meal in a regular one-arm luncheon joint, a two-bit flop on a real army cot in a real flophouse, and a full fifth of muscatel.

 

There was a night, after enjoying all three of these luxuries to the full, when Martin thought of unwinding his watch at the pinnacle of intoxication. But he also thought of the faces of the honest johns he'd braced for a handout today. Sure, they were squares, but they were prosperous. They wore good clothes, held good jobs, drove nice cars. And for them, happiness was even more ecstatic — they ate dinner in fine hotels, they slept on innerspring mattresses, they drank blended whiskey.

 

Squares or no, they had something there. Martin fingered his watch, put aside the temptation to hock it for another bottle of muscatel, and went to sleep determined to get himself a job and improve his happiness-quotient.When he awoke he had a hangover, but the determination was still with him. Before the month was out Martin was working for a general contractor over on the South Side, at one of the big rehabilitation projects. He hated the grind, but the pay was good, and pretty soon he got himself a one-room apartment out on Blue Island Avenue. He was accustomed to eating in decent restaurants now, and he bought himself a comfortable bed, and every Saturday night he went down to the corner tavern. It was all very pleasant, but —

The foreman liked his work and promised him a raise in a month. If he waited around, the raise would mean that he could afford a second-hand car. With a car, he could even start picking up a girl for a date now and then. Other fellows on the job did, and they seemed pretty happy.

 

So Martin kept on working, and the raise came through and the car came through and pretty soon a couple of girls came through.

The first time it happened, he wanted to unwind his watch immediately. Until he got to thinking about what some of the older men always said. There was a guy named Charlie, for example, who worked alongside him on the hoist. "When you're young and don't know the score, maybe you get a kick out of running around with those pigs. But after a while, you want something better. A nice girl of your own. That's the ticket."

Martin felt he owed it to himself to find out. If he didn't like it better, he could always go back to what he had.

Almost six months went by before Martin met Lillian Gillis. By that time he'd had another promotion and was working inside, in the office. They made him go to night school to learn how to do simple bookkeeping, but it meant another fifteen bucks extra a week, and it was nicer working indoors.

And Lillian was a lot of fun. When she told him she'd marry him, Martin was almost sure that the time was now. Except that she was sort of — well, she was a nice girl, and she said they'd have to wait until they were married. Of course, Martin couldn't expect to marry her until he had a little more money saved up, and another raise would help, too.

That took a year. Martin was patient, because he knew it was going to be worth it. Every time he had any doubts, he took out his watch and looked at it. But he never showed it to Lillian, or anybody else. Most of the other men wore expensive wristwatches and the old silver railroad watch looked just a little cheap.

 

Martin smiled as he gazed at the stem. Just a few twists and he'd have something none of these other poor working slobs would ever have. Permanent satisfaction, with his blushing bride — Only getting married turned out to be just the beginning. Sure, it was wonderful, but Lillian told him how much better things would be if they could move into a new place and fix it up. Martin wanted decent furniture, a TV set, a nice car.

So he started taking night courses and got a promotion to the front office. With the baby coming, he wanted to stick around and see his son arrive. And when it came, he realized he'd have to wait until it got a little older, started to walk and talk and develop a personality of its own.

About this time the company sent him out on the road as a trouble-shooter on some of those other jobs, and now he was eating at those good hotels, living high on the hog and the expense-account. More than once he was tempted to unwind his watch. This was the good life… Of course, it would be even better if he just didn't have to work. Sooner or later, if he could cut in on one of the company deals, he could make a pile and retire. Then everything would be ideal. It happened, but it took time. Martin's son was going to high school before he really got up there into the chips. Martin got a strong hunch that it was now or never, because he wasn't exactly a kid anymore.

But right about then he met Sherry Westcott, and she didn't seem to think he was middle-aged at all, in spite of the way he was losing hair and adding stomach. She taught him that a toupee could cover the bald spot and a cummerbund could cover the pot-gut. In fact, she taught him quite a lot and he so enjoyed learning that he actually took out his watch and prepared to unwind it.

 

Unfortunately, he chose the very moment that the private detectives broke down the door of the hotel room, and then there was a long stretch of time when Martin was so busy fighting the divorce action that he couldn't honestly say he was enjoying any given moment.

When he made the final settlement with Lil he was broke again, and Sherry didn't seem to think he was so young, after all. So he squared his shoulders and went back to work.

He made his pile, eventually, but it took longer this time, and there wasn't much chance to have fun along the way. The fancy dames in the fancy cocktail lounges didn't seem to interest him anymore, and neither did the liquor. Besides, the Doc had warned him off that.

But there were other pleasures for a rich man to investigate. Travel, for instance — and not riding the rods from one hick burg to another, either. Martin went around the world by plane and luxury liner. For a while it seemed as though he would find his moment after all, visiting the Taj Mahal by moonlight. Martin pulled out the battered old watch-case, and got ready to unwind it. Nobody else was there to watch him —

And that's why he hesitated. Sure, this was an enjoyable moment, but he was alone. Lil and the kid were gone, Sherry was gone, and somehow he'd never had time to make any friends. Maybe if he found new congenial people, he'd have the ultimate happiness. That must be the answer — it wasn't just money or power or sex or seeing beautiful things. The real satisfaction lay in friendship.So on the boat trip home, Martin tried to strike up a few acquaintances at the ship's bar. But all these people were much younger, and Martin had nothing in common with them. Also they wanted to dance and drink, and Martin wasn't in condition to appreciate such pastimes. Nevertheless, he tried.

Perhaps that's why he had the little accident the day before they docked in San Francisco. "Little accident" was the ship's doctor's way of describing it, but Martin noticed he looked very grave when he told him to stay in bed, and he'd called an ambulance to meet the liner at the dock and take the patient right to the hospital.

 

At the hospital, all the expensive treatment and the expensive smiles and the expensive words didn't fool Martin any. He was an old man with a bad heart,

and they thought he was going to die.But he could fool them. He still had the watch. He found it in his coat when he put on his clothes and sneaked

out of the hospital.He didn't have to die. He could cheat death with a single gesture — and he intended to do it as a free man, out there under a free sky.

That was the real secret of happiness. He understood it now. Not even friendship meant as much as freedom.

This was the best thing of all — to be free of friends or family or the furies of the flesh.

Martin walked slowly beside the embankment under the night sky. Come to think of it, he was just about back where he'd started,

so many years ago. But the moment was good, good enough to prolong forever. Once a bum, always a bum.

 

He smiled as he thought about it, and then the smile twisted sharply and suddenly, like the pain twisting sharply and suddenly in

his chest. The world began to spin and he fell down on the side of the embankment.

He couldn't see very well, but he was still conscious, and he knew what had happened. Another stroke, and a bad one. Maybe this was it.

Except that he wouldn't be a fool any longer. He wouldn't wait to see what was still around the corner.

 

Right now was his chance to use his power and save his life. And he was going to do it. He could still move, nothing could stop him.

He groped in his pocket and pulled out the old silver watch, fumbling with the stem. A few twists and he'd cheat death, he'd never have to

ride that Hell-Bound Train. He could go on forever. Forever.Martin had never really considered the word before. To go on forever — but how?

Did he want to go on forever, like this; a sick old man,lying helplessly here in the grass?

No. He couldn't do it. He wouldn't do it. And suddenly he wanted very much to cry, because he knew that somewhere along the line

he'd outsmarted himself. And now it was too late. His eyes dimmed, there was a roaring in his ears…

He recognized the roaring, of course, and he wasn't at all surprised to see the train come rushing out of the fog up there on the embankment.

He wasn't surprised when it stopped, either, or when the Conductor climbed off and walked slowly toward him.

The Conductor hadn't changed a bit. Even his grin was still the same.

 

"Hello, Martin," he said. "All aboard."

"I know," Martin whispered. "But you'll have to carry me. I can't walk. I'm not even really talking anymore, am I?"

"Yes you are," the Conductor said. "I can hear you fine. And you can walk, too." He leaned down and placed his hand on

Martin's chest. There was a moment of icy numbness, and then, sure enough, Martin could walk after all.

He got up and followed the Conductor along the slope, moving to the side of the train.

"In here?" he asked.

 

"No, the next car," the Conductor murmured. "I guess you're entitled to ride Pullman. After all, you're quite a successful man.

You've tasted the joys of wealth and position and prestige. You've known the pleasures of marriage and fatherhood. You've sampled

the delights of dining and drinking and debauchery, too, and you traveled high, wide, and handsome. So let's not have any last-minute recriminations."

"All right," Martin sighed. "I can't blame you for my mistakes. On the other hand, you can't take credit for what happened,

either. I worked for everything I got. I did it all on my own. I didn't even need your watch."

"So you didn't," the Conductor said, smiling. "But would you mind giving it back to me now?"

"Need it for the next sucker, eh?" Martin muttered.

"Perhaps."

 

Something about the way he said it made Martin look up. He tried to see the Conductor's eyes, but the brim of his cap cast a shadow.

So Martin looked down at the watch instead."Tell me something," he said, softly. "If I give you the watch, what will you do with it?"

"Why, throw it into the ditch," the Conductor told him. "That's all I'll do with it." And he held out his hand.

"What if somebody comes along and finds it? And twists the stem backward, and stops Time?"

"Nobody would do that," the Conductor murmured. "Even if they knew."

"You mean, it was all a trick? This is only an ordinary, cheap watch?"

"I didn't say that," whispered the Conductor. "I only said that no one has ever twisted the stem backward.

They've all been like you, Martin — looking ahead to find that perfect happiness. Waiting for the moment that never comes."

 

The Conductor held out his hand again.

Martin sighed and shook his head. "You cheated me after all."

"You cheated yourself, Martin. And now you're going to ride that Hell-Bound Train."

 

He pushed Martin up the steps and into the car ahead. As he entered, the train began to move and the whistle screamed. And Martin stood there in the swaying Pullman, gazing down the aisle at the other passengers. He could see them sitting there, and somehow it didn't seem strange at all.

Here they were; the drunks and the sinners, the gambling men and the grifters, the big-time spenders, the skirt-chasers, and all the jolly crew. They knew where they were going, of course, but they didn't seem to give a damn. The blinds were drawn on the windows, yet it was light inside, and they were all living it up — singing and passing the bottle and roaring with laughter, throwing the dice and telling their jokes and bragging their big brags, just the way Daddy used to sing about them in the old song.

 

"Mighty nice traveling companions," Martin said. "Why, I've never seen such a pleasant bunch of people. I mean, they seem to be really enjoying themselves!"

The Conductor shrugged. "I'm afraid things won't be quite so jazzy when we pull into that Depot Way Down Yonder."

For the third time, he held out his hand. "Now, before you sit down, if you'll just give me that watch. A bargain's a bargain—"

Martin smiled. "A bargain's a bargain," he echoed. "I agreed to ride your train if I could stop Time when I found the right moment of happiness.

And I think I'm about as happy right here as I've ever been."

 

Very slowly, Martin took hold of the silver watch-stem."No!" gasped the Conductor."No!" But the watch-stem turned.

"Do you realize what you've done?" the Conductor yelled. "Now we'll never reach the Depot! We'll just go on riding, all of us — forever!"

Martin grinned. "I know," he said. "But the fun is in the trip, not the destination. You taught me that. And I'm looking forward to a wonderful trip. Look, maybe I can even help. If you were to find me another one of those caps, now, and let me keep this watch—"

 

And that's the way it finally worked out. Wearing his cap and carrying his battered old silver watch, there's no happier person in or out of this world — now and forever — than Martin. Martin, the new Brakeman on That Hellbound Train.

These seem to be absolutely ubiquitous and after being a sceptic myself, now I have had one for a few weeks know why. The tie in to itunes and the appstore is a killer idea. You would have thought that Microsoft would have worked that out after the rise of the ipod and the concept of buying music by that channel.

 

Now, Windows mobile 7 is planned to cover the sames bases with the addition of a 'Bing' button (WTF?), but two years too late. While Apple look like your creative younger art school sister, Microsoft might be your older richer fuddy duddy sibling, set in his old ways.

 

The iPhone was originally released in 2007. An iPhone functions as a rather useful camera phone with the usual texting etc. It has its own portable media player, Safari a great pinch and stretch browser with Wi-Fi connectivity etc.

 

There are well over 200,000 apps each of which must approved by Apple. Presumably Apple take a few pennies from all those downloads. They tend to be the funky consumer apps, not really ones for business however. I am still looking for one that will allow me to find where there is not a Tesco store.

 

Some of the apps I have been playing with on mine include Lomo (a toy camera app), Autostitch (panorama software), Shazam (for identifying that obscure music track) and Met Office (to see when the rain will be arriving).

 

More iPhones than Blackberry's seem to be flying off the shelves with approching 40 million sold across the world. Also, these covers which are necessary to protect your iPhone. Of course you can get the gold and diamond covers, but beware, all that glitters may not be gold(!)

 

NB: Like all the images on this stream, full size prints up to 30x20inches are available, Check my profile for how to contact me.

 

Checkout more Cheshire images from my photostream.

 

Keep in touch, add me as a contact www.flickr.com/relationship.gne?id=33062170@N08 so I can follow all your new uploads.

 

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To my dear friends around the world,

  

About one year ago photography was my most precious hobby. I really liked it and took photos every now and then. I somehow felt that if I wanted to take this thing to the next level, I had to do something extraordinary. A couple of days before New Year's Eve I decided to pull a 365er since I've seen other photographers do it. It really felt like a great idea and I just went for it. What could possibly happen?

  

I signed up for FlickR on January 1st 2013. I wanted to have some sort of diary of the process and the chance to maybe get an audience. I will never forget the moment where the first person favorited a photo of mine and even commented it. It was amazing to see that there are others out there that seem to like what I'm seeing and feeling. As the days and weeks passed by, I still wasn't too sure about what I wanted to shoot. As you can see, my first uploads don't really have a common theme and idea. It was great that way, but after a while I lacked the fuel that kept my machine running. I didn't really have a motor behind my works.

  

After a couple of weeks street photography more and more became an interest of mine. What made me feel really insecure in the first 1-2 months was the fact, that my street photography was in a way different compared to the rest of the street photography community. I just had these typical street shots in black and white with lots of things going on in them in mind and I just couldn't do it. I tried and tried and thought that after I was lousy at portrait photography, this whole photography thing wasn't meant for me. I knew I had something in me, but I just couldn't really set if free. After a while I said to myself "You know what Marius, this is your project and life and you can do whatever you think is right! Most people don't care for your project anyways...". With this attitude in mind I just kept going to give street photography my signture. It felt amazing to take photos the way I felt 'em without thinking in terms of genres and rules. I felt as though I broke my chains for the first time.

  

"Urban Lights", the second most favorited photo I took changed everything back then. As a huge fan of www.reddit.com I submitted this photo to the international Reddit & WideAngle Photo contest just for the fun of it. I never forget the moment when they told me that I was the 1st winner of this contest with a very high quality. I was in tears since this project meant and still means the world to me. This was one of the first moments where I realized that maybe my photography might better than I think. Although awards don't really mean anything to me, it felt amazing to know that even judges liked what I was doing. During the course of the project I won 10 awards around the world and made it to 6 shortlists. These awards made me happy, but I'll never forget the first time someone told me that they started out with photography because of me or that I inspired them. This still puts a smile on my face that no award of prize money could ever give me. I really don't care for money, I care for people.

  

This project changed everything. At first it was a nice change of scene after sitting in the office for 9-10 hours a day as a market researcher for an international media agency. However, after 5-6 months I felt that this photography thing became more important to me than my job. I used every free minute I had to take new shots and did my post processing till 2AM every day. All of a sudden my job that I got straight out of college and that I went to college for (communication science, psychology and marketing) was the change of scenary for me. My heart and soul were commited to my photography. It wasn't a hobby anymore and it wasn't just a passion of mine - it was my life.

  

It wasn't until South Korea that I truly realized that. I took three weeks off to just get some shooting done. Walking down the streets of Seoul got me thinking. How amazing would it be to just travel around the world and take photos. This would be a dream of a life. People over there asked me what I'm doing for a living. I couldn't tell them that I'm a market researcher since I wasn't doing that anymore. I was doing that for a living, but I was living for photography. I always told 'em that and it felt right. Truly right. When I got back from Korea back to my everday life we had a new CEO that wanted to talk to everyone since he was new to the office. He sat down with me and at the end of our conversation he asked me how long I'll stay here since fluctuation was a huge problem. I told him "Look, I could tell you anything right now, but I'm gonna be honest with you. I want to live my dream and I'm gonna leave soon." This was really hard but liberating to say. It was a huuuuge step for me. I felt somehow miserable and relieved for days to come. I told my other supervisors one hour after our talk and handed in my notice one week later. It takes 4 month to get out of my job, so I'm gonna be free in March to live my dream. Even if my old job pays well and offers me a high standard of living, that's not what I want in life. I don't care for money neither do I care for materialistic happiness. True happiness can't be bought. It's the simple things in life like breathing the air, looking at the stars, eating good food, laughing and sharing moments with wonderful people. That's why I love life and art.

  

I always dreamed of this kind of life. Quite a few galeries in Germany are interested in my work and together with an international art dealer I will start to sell my art soon. It's a dream coming true. It demands hard work and perseverance, but hey, let's make the impossible possible. Mark Twain once said that "The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." This project showed me that I want to live as an artist and photographer. I want to thank everyone who was and still is a part of this journey from the bottom of my heart. I couldn't have done it without you. You seriously mean the world to me!

  

Marius Vieth, January the 19th 2014

  

PS: Since FlickR is really limited when it comes to posts, I will post all news, travel experiences, exhibitions and all other news around my art on my Facebook page. In case you use Facebook, I would love to have you there!

  

PSII: There is not much post processing involved in the photo. It was really foggy that night and I exhaled quite a few times to get that "face". Increased the contrast a little, did some split toning and my most favorite self-portrait was done.

 

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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

  

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

 

Pudding does not approve.

 

Aw boo! My co-workers and I went out for a pre-holiday lunch and had planned to stop by the Cupkates truck for dessert (and photo), but when we got there, the little door was shut and the guy inside said they were sold out! :(

 

We'll have to try again when the truck is near our office, hopefully next week! In the meantime, promises have been made for lots of sweets at home and pumpkin pie tomorrow. :)

林風眠作五裸女圖 vs. 畢加索作亞威農少女

Five Naked Ladies by Lin Fengmian vs. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon by Pablo Picasso

 

林風眠作五裸女圖 Five Naked Ladies by Lin Fengmian (Chinese, 1900–1991)

 

題識簽名: 林風眠。

一式鈐印: 林風瞑印。

尺寸年代: H 92.5 x W 175 cm Date: 1925 - 1949 橫幅設色紙本鏡片

 

Ink and color on paper, mounted, signed LIN FENGMIAN, with one seal of the artist.

  

畢加索作亞威農少女 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon by Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973)

 

尺寸年代: H 243.9 x W 233.7 cm Date: Paris, June - July 1907 油彩畫布鏡框 美國紐約現代美術館藏

 

Oil on canvas, framed, the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York U.S.A. MoMA No.: 333.1939

  

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

 

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

 

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw

#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com

 

24/365

 

I've been feeling kind of down for the past few days.

 

I had a horrible dream a few days ago. I was working at a coffee shop, having already sold all my camera equipment and desperately trying to beat the financial difficulties. And then my mother entered the shop, threw a dissapointed look at me, gave me the finger and walked away. For some reason, this dream is kind of haunting me. Perhaps I really am insane, as I decided to risk everything in the name of photography. But... I just can't envision myself sitting in an office the whole day. I can't see anything else besides photography. It's the reason I live, the only thing that feels right to me. I really do believe in myself most of the time, as there's a lot of people who support me in every step of the way (especially all of you here on flickr :)), but today's just one of those days :) It'll pass :)

I'm not going to claim to be a "professional" photographer, though the debate of what constitutes a professional could be never-ending. I have invested thousands of dollars and hours in improving my skill, and have even sold some photographs. Of the various sales, the most thrilling was the sale of a pano to Stanford University for use in their capital campaign. The pano was used on their web site and fund-raising literature, and I also received the small monument above which now sits on the windowsill in my office. Stanford raised $6.2 billion from the campaign, though the payment I received was a tiny, tiny percentage of that...

 

Click thru to see my image on the Stanford Challenge website.

 

thestanfordchallenge.stanford.edu/

 

Now that I am no longer burdened with a corporate 10-12 hour a day job, I am pursuing more photographic opportunities.

 

"About Me" is the theme of the week in the 365 group, thus the repost of this previously "bragged about" image - bear with me :)

HSB Turning Torso is the tallest skyscraper in Sweden and the Nordic countries, situated in Malmö, Sweden on the Swedish side of the Öresund (The Sound) strait. When completed, it was the tallest building in Scandinavia. It is presently the third tallest residential building in Europe, after the 264‑metre (866 ft) Triumph Palace in Moscow and the 212‑metre Sky Tower in Wrocław. A similar, taller skyscraper featuring a 90° twist is the Infinity Tower, currently under construction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Prior to the construction of Turning Torso, the 86‑metre (282 ft) Kronprinsen had been the city's tallest building.

    

The project was designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and officially opened on 27 August 2005. The tower reaches a height of 190 metres (623 feet) with 54 storeys - 147 apartments, relax/lounge/spa, wine cellar followed by around-the-clock Concierge service 365 days a year.

    

The vision of HSB Turning Torso is based on a sculpture called Twisting Torso. The sculpture is a white marble piece based on the form of a twisting human being, created by Santiago Calatrava, a trained sculptor, architect and engineer.

    

In 1999, HSB Malmö's former managing director, Johnny Örbäck, saw the sculpture in a brochure presenting Calatrava in connection with his contribution to the architectural competition for the Öresund Bridge. It was on this occasion that Johnny Örbäck was inspired to build HSB Turning Torso. Shortly thereafter he traveled to Zurich to meet with Calatrava and ask him to design a residential building based on the idea of a structure of twisting cubes.

    

The building is constructed in nine segments of five-storey pentagons that twist as it rises; the topmost segment is twisted 90 degrees clockwise with respect to the ground floor. Each floor consists of an irregular pentagonal shape rotating around the vertical core, which is supported by an exterior steel framework. The two bottom segments are intended as office space. Segments three to nine house 147 luxury apartments. The apartments were initially supposed to be sold, but insufficient interest resulted in the apartments being let. The owner has several times unsuccessfully tried to sell the building. The actual construction costs outweigh the estimated construction costs by almost double.

She was one of the toughest, most resourceful gals I ever knew. She grew up in an orphanage during the midst of the Great Depression. When her husband died and left her with two children to feed, she decided to stay at home and she began to take in alterations. She made cheerleader uniforms, drum major uniforms, men's suits and elegant dresses all by looking at a picture and making patterns out of newspaper. Our home was her workshop, and she had a constant stream of clients coming in to be fitted for garments. She always wanted a Singer sewing machine, but she was content with the one she ordered from Montgomery Wards. She told me Singers were the best. They were durable and needed little adjustment or maintenance. As a boy I learned to maintain her sewing machines. She had several, each set to different types of fabric, because she always had three or four jobs going at once.

 

It's strange what we carry on from our parents. Today, I own and use six different Nikon cameras. They may not be the newest, but they are tough, purpose driven equipment, each set for different conditions with different lenses. Like Mom's sewing machines.

 

When I purchased the building that houses Studio d'Xavier it contained twelve sewing machines and one blind stitch manchine. All but one of them were Singers. How she would have loved to be working with that equipment. Although I needed the room, I could not bring myself to dispose of the machines, either tossing them out or by selling them. I learned to sew from my mother, but I have little time for that now. So I saved the sewing machines, moving them to the back storage room of the studio. Upstairs in my office sits an industrial strength Singer that will sew canvas tarps if need be. Every once in a while, at night, I turn it on and press the electric treadle. The needle hums and the feed dogs and shuttle chatters away as it plays the music that put me to sleep long ago. That sound, more than anything else, reminds me of my mother.

 

We're Here! : Your Mother's Life

 

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Strobist: AB1600 with gridded 60X30 softbox camera right. Reflector camera left. AB800 open behind backdrop of white faux suede. Triggered by Cybersync.

 

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Day 353 of 365, Tuesday, April 30, 2013 ---------------------

 

Yesterday I posted a tiny tag of local history about Cement City that was incomplete and a bit confusing. I defend myself with the excuse it was Monday, it was hot, and I was tired. And really, I thought I was the only person who could possibly be interested in an old cement plant in Fairfield. Perhaps I was wrong. Tonight I went back to a different part of the area to capture the only visible remnant I know of – the old rock crusher sometimes referred to as “The Castle”. Here is more of the story, expanded from last night to include a middle and an ending.

 

From 1902 to 1927, Pacific Portland Cement Company operated a company town called Cement City, where up to 1,000 people resided northeast of Fairfield. The cement plant is said to have been one of the largest manufacturing plants on the West Coast. There was a very grand hotel, as well as a school, hospital, jail, fire station, post office, grocery, bakery, livery stable, telephone office, and even a power plant.

 

It was a “company town” in the historical tradition of mining towns. Pacific Portland owned the businesses, services, the cottage dwellings people called home, and the land on which they stood. Business transactions, such as purchases from the grocer or the hotel bar, could be made in company-issued script. Health care and electricity were provided free of charge.

 

Employee turnover was high because of the polluted conditions. Respiratory ailments were common, especially among the men who worked in the crushing-operation area, pictured above. Crude oil was used for incinerating the elements. The smokestacks spouted a hazy cloud of smoke around the hill that was tinted green.

 

In 1927 Cement City ceased to function as a manufacturing center. The supply of rock and clay in the area was exhausted to the point that it was no longer economical to dig, and the company made arrangements to relocate to Redwood City, south of San Francisco. The company sold their land for $100,000 and auctioned individual buildings, which had to be removed from the land. Buildings that were not sold were destroyed.

 

In the years since the few remaining traces of Cement City have gradually disappeared. Modern housing development has covered the old sites, and anything left behind, like “The Castle”, is on private land behind fences. It is interesting however that the area around present-day Cement Hill Road is home to a couple of smaller scale cement companies still in operation.

 

The information for my little tale came from bits and pieces of history I have read since coming to Fairfield, but the particular details related above can be found at these links:

 

www.solanohistorycenter.org/features/

 

www.solanoarticles.com/history/index.php/weblog2/more/cem...

   

{there have been quite a few photos of Dog and food}

 

Today, Dog is at Oak Grove Market. It's a local meat market near where I work. Not only do they sell the best meat and fish in the area, they also serve breakfast and lunch (not sure about dinner, never been there that late). The inside looks like a '50 diner and their grill out back is always smoking.

 

Today, I had already eaten lunch at the office but tagged along with a friend while she got herself lunch to go ( I needed to get out of the office anyways). Anytime I goto Oak Grove market, I always grab myself a sweet tea. It's hard to find good sweet tea and this place makes it perfect everytime. My lunch at the office didn't quite fill me up so I grabbed a bacon biscuit to go with the tea. Lemme tell you, that biscuit was delicious.

 

Tea + bacon biscuit = $2. Not too shabby.

 

Dog is my One Object 365 Days Project Object.

 

{Project 365/33}

 

blogged

A while ago, i posted a 365 of my study. and dm74 wanted to have a look around the shelves, so i took this shot with my OM1, to use up film and to show doug.

This was a particularly nerve-wracking shot. It is a nice ukulele and I didn't know how well it would float if it sailed off... The hole in my wellies hasn't healed itself either (there's a surprise), so I yet again felt the unwelcome waters of the Gelt irrigating the spaces between my toes. I am a week behind in posting - so can report that I've still not replaced the wellies, and have also needed them pretty much every day. If I keep this up I could end up contracting Trench Foot.

 

I spent many years in banking before the 'global economic crisis' inflicted a crisis for me of a more personal nature - namely, no longer having a job. Having joined the family music business three years ago I can report that I enjoy my work, something I couldn't say previously. The salary is less than half but I enjoy it more than twice as much so I am probably on a good thing!

 

I take a particular interest in the ukulele - which is now our biggest seller. We have a Fedex pickup each evening and ship out 20-50 of these things every day. The social media side has been really beneficial on this front, and I use my 365 from time to time to give me images for marketing materials and to share on facebook and twitter.

 

This particular ukulele comes from a distributor who I deal with every single day. They're in Wales and my main contact is a very Welsh man called Geraint. He's a lovely fella and extremely competent, helpful and above all lewd. He'd drive me up the wall if I worked in his office, he's so loud, but he's fun for the short bursts I get him in!

 

The other day, I had my bluetooth headset on - which I need as I spend so much time on the phone and need to write, type and sometimes play instruments while I do so. Geraint was on the phone and Dad answered, saying he'd put him through to my headset.

 

'You WHAT! A headset now is it?' came a shout in my hear, in the Welshest accent that it is possible for a human to emit. 'Its like a flaming Madonna concert there now is it? I bet you've got a pair of them pointy boobs on and everything'.

 

I needed to order some more strings and went into the warehouse to check which boxes were getting empty. Afterwards, I sneaked into the adjacent toilet and just before Geraint was about to hang up, I said (and now I write, I realise how cringingly childish this was), 'Hold on Geraint, there's something you need to hear'. And, yes, like a 10 year old, I flushed the toilet.

 

'OOOOOOHHHH I don't bloomin' believe it!' came the bellowing voice. 'You're only working while on the flaming cr*pper! No wonder you're selling so many flamin' ukes - you never stop do you boyo, that's what I call efficiency! Get this everyone (clearly announcing it to everyone in his office), he's only working on the flaming cr*pper is this boy'.

To the right of this photo stands the now-empty offices of our local paper, The South Wales Evening Post. The offices have now been relocated to another smaller building in town, whilst the Press here ceased printing several years ago and now gets printed in Cardiff . As the name suggests, it had previously been an evening paper, but later moved to a morning daily. and because of that, the one we get delivered through our door invariably contains News we've already read on the web or heard on the radio - hence the caption.

To the left stands the prestigious Morgan's Hotel and Restaurant which continues to flourish

 

www.morganshotel.co.uk/room_zeta.htm

The link is to a room named after Catherine Zeta Jones who has stayed here in the past with Michael Douglas.

Sendai of this day was warm, but there was not the shop which sold beer in the middle of a walk.

On March 20, 2013 at Sendai-shi government office.

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この日の仙台は暖かかったのですが、お散歩の途中でビールを売っているお店がありませんでした。

2013年3月20日、仙台市役所にて。

HSB Turning Torso is the tallest skyscraper in Sweden and the Nordic countries, situated in Malmö, Sweden on the Swedish side of the Öresund (The Sound) strait. When completed, it was the tallest building in Scandinavia. It is presently the third tallest residential building in Europe, after the 264‑metre (866 ft) Triumph Palace in Moscow and the 212‑metre Sky Tower in Wrocław. A similar, taller skyscraper featuring a 90° twist is the Infinity Tower, currently under construction in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Prior to the construction of Turning Torso, the 86‑metre (282 ft) Kronprinsen had been the city's tallest building.

    

The project was designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and officially opened on 27 August 2005. The tower reaches a height of 190 metres (623 feet) with 54 storeys - 147 apartments, relax/lounge/spa, wine cellar followed by around-the-clock Concierge service 365 days a year.

    

The vision of HSB Turning Torso is based on a sculpture called Twisting Torso. The sculpture is a white marble piece based on the form of a twisting human being, created by Santiago Calatrava, a trained sculptor, architect and engineer.

    

In 1999, HSB Malmö's former managing director, Johnny Örbäck, saw the sculpture in a brochure presenting Calatrava in connection with his contribution to the architectural competition for the Öresund Bridge. It was on this occasion that Johnny Örbäck was inspired to build HSB Turning Torso. Shortly thereafter he traveled to Zurich to meet with Calatrava and ask him to design a residential building based on the idea of a structure of twisting cubes.

    

The building is constructed in nine segments of five-storey pentagons that twist as it rises; the topmost segment is twisted 90 degrees clockwise with respect to the ground floor. Each floor consists of an irregular pentagonal shape rotating around the vertical core, which is supported by an exterior steel framework. The two bottom segments are intended as office space. Segments three to nine house 147 luxury apartments. The apartments were initially supposed to be sold, but insufficient interest resulted in the apartments being let. The owner has several times unsuccessfully tried to sell the building. The actual construction costs outweigh the estimated construction costs by almost double.

Splashed Color Golden Outlined Red Lotus on Gold Sheet

 

by Zhang Daqian dated 1979. 張大千1979年作 "金箋潑彩描金紅荷花圖" H 97 x W 242.5 cm 橫幅設色金箋鏡片

 

Ink and color on gold sheet, Mounted, signed 81 YEARS OLD MAN YUAN, inscribed RAINS ARE FALLING UPON THE RED WINDOW FENCE WHEN YELLOW MOON COMES OUT, THE FIRST TRYING ON NEW SILK CLOTHES LET YOU FEEL ANCIENT FIVE DOLLARS LIGHT. THE WORDS THAT YOU ARE SLIGHTLY COMPLAINING OF GREEN PENDANTS AND RED COSMETICS, ARE NOT FIT FOR THE LOVELY AFTER-BATH AFFECTION OF THE EMPEROR'S CONCUBINE NAMED JIANG, YEAR 1979 JI WEI SUMMER MONTHS AT RESIDENCE MOYEJINGSHE, with six seals of the artist.

 

尺寸: 高 H 97 x 寬 W 242.5 cm 約 21.60 平尺

題識簽名: 朱闌遍雨黃月生, 綃衣初試五銖輕, 稍嫌翠珮紅粧句, 不稱江妃出浴情. 六十八年己未夏月摩耶精舍, 八十一叟爰.

六個鈐印: 張爰之印, 大千父, 摩耶精舍, 三千, 張爰之印, 環蓽盫.

 

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:

 

Through the careful comparison and analysis with " The Seals and Signatures of Zhang Daqian " 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 Zhang Daqian.

The inscriptions of Zhang Daqian in this painting are the same as those 28 words in "Lotus" by Zhang Daqian dated 1963 (H 67 x W 132 cm, mounted, Auction Record: Christie's Hong Kong 1998 Spring Auction Lot. 070 on 04/26/1998.).

Besides the inscriptions of Zhang Daqian in this painting are also the same as those 26 words in "Lotus" by Zhang Daqian dated 1981 (H 45.5 x W 132 cm, mounted and framed, Auction Record: Sold USD 206,400 dollars at Christie's Hong Kong 2012 Autumn Auction (2) Sale 2961 / Lot. 1261 on 11/27/2012.). Thus it’s “True Authenticity”!

 

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 " 張大千落款与印鉴 " 精細比對分析, 在此幅名畫上之作者題識簽名字跡與鈐印, 為畫家張大千的本人親自書寫筆跡及簽名印鑑, 故為真正.

本名畫之題識 "朱闌遍雨黃月生, 綃衣初試五銖輕, 稍嫌翠珮紅粧句, 不稱江妃出浴情." 28 個文字,與佳士得(香港)有限公司 1998 年 4 月 26 日 1998 年春季拍卖会 Lot.070 之張大千 1963 年作 "荷花圖"(H 67 x W 132 cm 橫幅水墨設色紙本鏡心)之題識 28 個文字完全相同.

且本名畫之題識 "朱闌遍雨黃月生, 綃衣初試五銖輕, 稍嫌翠珮紅粧句, 不稱江妃出浴情." 中之 26 個文字,又與佳士得(香港)有限公司 2012 年 11 月 27 日 2012 年秋季拍卖会 (二) Sale 2961 / Lot. 1261 ( 拍賣成交價: 美金 206,400 元 ) 之張大千 1981 年作 "碧荷圖"(H 45.5 x W 132 cm 橫幅設色紙本鏡框)之題識中 26 個文字完全相同, 故為真正.

  

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

 

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

 

Worldwide Painting Sales Agent Wanted

誠徵世界各地書畫銷售代理商

 

orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw

orionandhsu@gmail.com

  

參考文字 Reference Words :

 

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Visited my son Alex at his office. He just started a career as a realtor and sold his first house today.

 

My 365 Project Album: The 2013 Edition.

 

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When I shot the post-box for the 101 Pictures group, it was suggested that I should try to get one for each monarch who has reigned since the post as we know it was set up.

 

I thought that was an interesting idea, so here's the first of them - starting at the beginning with Queen Victoria.

 

The Penny Black was the world's first adhesive postage stamp used in a public postal system. It was issued in Britain on 1 May 1840, for official use from 6 May of that year and features a profile of the Queen Victoria.

 

All London post offices received official issues of the new stamps but other offices throughout the United Kingdom did not, continuing to accept postage payments in cash only for a period. Post offices such as those in Bath began offering the stamp unofficially after 2 May 1840.

 

The idea of an adhesive stamp to indicate pre-payment of postage was part of Sir Rowland Hill's 1837 proposals to reform the British postal system; it was normal then for the recipient to pay postage on delivery. A companion idea, which Hill disclosed on 13 February 1837 at a government enquiry, was that of a separate sheet that folded to form an enclosure or envelope for carrying letters. At that time postage was charged by the sheet and on the distance travelled.

 

Postal delivery systems using what may have been adhesive stamps existed before the Penny Black. Apparently the idea had at least been suggested earlier in Austria, Sweden, and possibly Greece

 

Hill was given a two-year contract to run the new system, and together with Henry Cole he ran a competition to identify the best way to pre-pay letters. None of the 2,600 entries were good enough, so Hill launched the service in 1840 with an envelope bearing a reproduction of a design created by the artist William Mulready and a stamp bearing a representation of the profile of the reigning British monarch, Queen Victoria. There are also references on the record to covers bearing the Mulready design. All British stamps still bear a picture or silhouette of the monarch somewhere on the design, and are the only postage stamps in the world that do not name their country of origin, leaving the monarch's image to symbolise the United Kingdom.

 

In 1839, the British Treasury announced a competition to design the new stamps, but none of the submissions was considered suitable. The Treasury chose a rough design endorsed by Rowland Hill, featuring an easily recognisable profile of 15-year-old former Princess Victoria. Hill believed this would be difficult to forge. The head was engraved by Charles Heath and his son Frederick based on a sketch provided by Henry Corbould. Corbould's sketch was based on the cameo-like head by William Wyon, which had been designed for a medal used to commemorate the visit of Queen Victoria to the City of London in 1837.

 

Initially, Hill specified that the stamps should be 3/4 inch square, but altered the dimensions to 3/4 inch wide by 7/8 inch tall (approx 19 x 22 mm) to accommodate the writing at the bottom. The word "POSTAGE" appeared at the top of the stamp (revenue stamps had long been used in the UK) and "ONE PENNY." at the bottom, indicating the amount that had been pre-paid for the transmission of the letter to which it was affixed. The background consisted of finely engraved engine turnings The two upper corners held Maltese crosses, at the centers of which were radiant solar discs, and the lower corners contained letters designating the position of the stamp in the printed sheet; "A A" for the stamp at the top left, and "T L" for the bottom right. The sheets, printed by Perkins Bacon, consisted of 240 stamps in 20 rows and 12 columns. In this way, one full sheet cost 240 pennies or one pound sterling. One row of 12 stamps cost a shilling. As the name suggests, the stamp was printed in black ink.

 

Although 6 May was the official date that the labels became available, there are covers postmarked 2 May, due to postmasters selling the stamps from 1 May. A single example is known on cover dated 1 May 1840

 

The Penny Black was in use for only a little over a year. It was found that a red cancellation was hard to see on a black background and the red ink was easy to remove, making it possible to re-use stamps after they had been cancelled. In 1841, the Treasury switched to the Penny Red and issued cancellation devices with black ink, much more effective as a cancellation and harder to remove. However, the re-use of stamps with the un-cancelled portions of two stamps to form an unused whole impression continued, and in 1864 the stars in the top corners were replaced by the check letters as they appeared in the lower corners, but in reverse order.

 

On an unrelated note - all-red images REALLY confuse automatic colour balancing software... ;-)

I've been down lately, and I really love my 365 for pushing me to get out and take photos even though I'm not in the mood. I love this shot, it has such a mellow Christmassy feel. I took it one late afternoon, after taking a parcel to the post office right opposite Detmer Farm, a local farmstand that is all about selling Christmas trees at this time of year. Their pies are awesome too.

張大千1940年代作紅妝步障工筆鈎金紅荷花圖

Red Lotus by Zhang Daqian in 1940s

 

世上罕見「作者修改詩句」書畫精品!A Rare "Poem Amending Painting" in the World!

 

Size: H 173 x W 84.5 cm ( Frame Size: H 220 x W 132 cm )

Year: 1940s

 

Ink and color on paper, mounted and framed, signed DAQIAN ZHANG YUAN, inscribed, with 3 seals of the artist.

 

題識簽名︰ 畫舸無恩別浦長,綠雲十里暗紅妝;西風一夜涼如許,從此西風夜夜涼。

第三句易「一番雨過秋如許」,大千張爰。

三式鈐印︰ 張爰印、大千居士、春長好。

大小尺寸︰ 高 173 cm x 寬 84.5 cm 約 13.42 平尺 16.24 才

媒體形制︰ 直幅設色紙本鏡框 (鏡框尺寸︰高 220 cm x 寬 132 cm)

  

張大千1940年代作紅妝步障工筆鈎金紅荷花圖 鑑定意見書

Red Lotus by Zhang Daqian in 1940s Authentication Opinions

 

1、此幅作品張大千之簽名筆跡、使用鈐印與張大千於1940s 年代作品吻合。

 

此幅作品作者張大千之“大千張爰”簽名筆跡與北京保利國際拍賣有限公司 2014 年 6 月 3 日春季拍賣會融古開今京津名家書畫專場圖錄 Lot 2103 張大千 1935 年作行書七言詩書法(楊虎城將軍上款並由楊虎城將軍家屬提供)之“大千張爰”簽名筆跡完全相同。

 

The signed signature, handwriting styles, and stamped seals of this work of art match those on the works of art by Zhang Daqian in 1940s.

 

The signed signature “Daqian Zhang Yuan” of the artist Zhang Daqian of this work of art is the same as that signed in the Seven Character calligraphy by Zhang Daqian dated 1935, that was dedicated to General Yang Hucheng with the provenance of the family of General Yang Hucheng, and auctioned off at the 2014 Spring Auction Lot. 2103 of Beijing Poly Auction Company on June 3rd 2014.

 

2、此幅作品之用紙柔和無火氣逼人之感覺,為1940s 年代用紙。

 

The paper of this work of art is gentle without the feeling of brightly and newly made white and should be used in 1940s.

 

3、此幅作品之水墨及設色顏料具備有1940s年代包漿的古老痕跡。

 

The ink and color pigments of this work of art have the old marks since 1940s.

 

4、作者在題識內容中修改詩句,代表作者具備作畫創造能力及作詩能力,於鑑定實務上,即為「作品真正」,屬世上罕見的「作者修改詩句」書畫精品!

 

The artist changed the third sentence of the poem in the inscription from one to another. This means that the artist had both the creations of painting and poem writing. In practical authentication knowledge, this work of art must have been done by the artist “TRULY”. This work of art is a rare "Poem Amending Painting" in the world!

 

5、此幅作品只用水墨作工筆勾勒及精描荷葉桿刺,次以硃砂繪出紅荷花,再以金泥勾描紅荷,絕大部分以石青、石綠描繪高而挺拔直立之荷桿與顏色深淺不一卻極有層次感之荷葉,間以少許荷葉上之污泥。全幅作品古色古香淡雅清秀,自1940s年代以來,全世界只有張大千有此畫工。

 

This work of art was outlined together with delicate drawings of thorns on lotus stems with ink, then painted red lotus flowers with cinnabar and outlined with gold mud. Most of all this work of art was painted by tall and standing upright lotus stems and various deep or light same-colored lotus leaves in different layouts with green mineral pigments, accompanying by some mud stains on lotus leaves. The whole work of art is archaistic, elegant and graceful. Up to the present only Zhang Daqian had this painting technique since 1940s in this world.

  

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

 

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw

#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com

 

Information from: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yankee_Stadium

  

Yankee Stadium is a stadium located in The Bronx in New York City, New York. It serves as the home ballpark for the New York Yankees, replacing the previous Yankee Stadium, built in 1923. The new ballpark was constructed across the street, north-northeast of the 1923 Yankee Stadium, on the former site of Macombs Dam Park. The ballpark opened April 2, 2009, when the Yankees hosted a workout day in front of fans from the Bronx community. The first game at the new Yankee Stadium was a pre-season exhibition game against the Chicago Cubs played on April 3, 2009, which the Yankees won 7–4.[4] The first regular season game was played on April 16, a 10–2 Yankee loss to the Cleveland Indians.[5][6]

 

Much of the stadium incorporates design elements from the previous Yankee Stadium, paying homage to the Yankees' history. Although stadium construction began in August 2006, the project of building a new stadium for the Yankees is one that spanned many years and faced many controversies. The stadium was built on what had been 24 acres (97,000 m2) of public parkland. Replacement ballfields, slated to open when the new stadium did, have not been completed. Also controversial was the price tag of $2.3 billion, including $1.2 billion in taxpayer subsidies.[7] It was the third most expensive stadium[citation needed] after Wembley Stadium in London and New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.[citation needed]

 

Contents [hide]

1 History

1.1 Planning

1.2 Construction

1.3 Financing

2 Features

2.1 Design and layout

2.2 Field dimensions and playing surface

2.2.1 Comparison with the 1923 Stadium

2.3 Amenities and facilities

3 Accessibility and transportation

4 Public opinion

4.1 Opening and public perception

5 Yankee Stadium firsts

6 Other events

7 See also

8 References

9 External links

  

[edit] History

[edit] Planning

New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner began campaigning for the building of a new stadium in the 1980s, even alleging unsafe conditions around the original Yankee Stadium despite the possibility that such statements could discourage attendance at his own team's games. Yankees ownership allegedly planned to move the team across the Hudson River to New Jersey. The Yankees also considered moving to the West Side of Manhattan, which was where the proposed West Side Stadium would later be considered for the New York Jets.[8][9]

 

New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani had already been instrumental in the construction of taxpayer-funded minor league baseball facilities MCU Park for the Mets' minor league Brooklyn Cyclones and Richmond County Bank Ballpark for the Staten Island Yankees. Shortly before leaving office in December 2001, he announced "tentative agreements" for both the New York Yankees and New York Mets to build new stadiums. Of $1.5 billion sought for the stadiums, city and state taxpayers would pick up half the tab for construction, $800 million, along with $390 million on extra transportation.[10] The plan also said that the teams would be allowed to keep all parking revenues, which state officials had already said they wanted to keep to compensate the state for building new garages for the teams.[11] The teams would keep 96% of ticket revenues and 100% of all other revenues, not pay sales tax or property tax on the stadium, and would get low-cost electricity from the state of New York.[11] Business officials criticized the plan as giving too much money to successful teams with little reason to move to a different city.[11]

 

Michael Bloomberg, who succeeded Giuliani as mayor in 2002, called the former mayor's agreements "corporate welfare" and exercised the escape clause in the agreements to back out of both deals, saying that the city could not afford to build new stadiums for the Yankees and Mets. Bloomberg said that unbeknownst to him, Giuliani had inserted a clause in this deal which loosened the teams' leases with the city and would allow the Yankees and Mets to leave the city on 60 days' notice to find a new home elsewhere if the city backed out of the agreement.[10][11] At the time, Bloomberg said that publicly funded stadiums were a poor investment. Under Bloomberg, the New York City government would only offer public financing for infrastructure improvements; the teams would have to pay for the stadium themselves.

 

The proposal for the current stadium was unveiled by the Yankees in 2004. The team scrapped plans to build a retractable roof, saving $200 million in construction costs.[12]

 

[edit] Construction

 

The stadium under construction in 2007 (top), and the completed venue next to the remains of the former facility in 2010 (bottom)Groundbreaking ceremonies for the stadium took place on August 16, 2006, the 58th anniversary of Babe Ruth's death, with Steinbrenner, Bloomberg and then-Governor of New York George Pataki among the notables donning Yankees hard hats and wielding ceremonial shovels to mark the occasion.[13][14] The Yankees continued to play in the previous Yankee Stadium during the 2007 and 2008 seasons while their new home stadium was built across the street.

 

During construction of the stadium, a construction worker and avid Boston Red Sox fan, buried a replica jersey of Red Sox player David Ortiz underneath the visitors' dugout with the objective of placing a "hex" on the Yankees, much like the "Curse of the Bambino" that had plagued the Red Sox long after trading Ruth to the Yankees. After the worker was exposed by co-workers, he was forced to help exhume the jersey.[15] The Yankees organization then donated the retrieved jersey to the Jimmy Fund, a charity started in 1948 by the Red Sox' National League rivals, the Boston Braves, but long championed by the Red Sox and particularly associated with Ted Williams.[16][17] The worker has since claimed to have buried a 2004 American League Championship Series program/scorecard, but has not said where he placed it.[18] These attempts did not work; the Yankees won the World Series in their first year in the new stadium.[19]

 

[edit] Financing

$1.5 million of New York state tax revenue will be used to build parking garages (as authorized by the State Legislature). The parking garage project would cost $320 million. City and state taxpayers will forgo up to $7.5 million annually in lost taxes resulting from the sale of $225 million in tax-exempt bonds authorized on October 9, 2007, by the New York City Industrial Development Agency (administered by the New York City Economic Development Corporation) to finance construction and renovation of the parking garages.[20][21] However, if the parking revenues are not enough to pay a reported $3.2 million land lease to the city, the entity that will operate the parking garages and collect revenue will be able to defer that payment.[22]

 

[edit] Features

The new stadium is meant to be very similar in design to the original Yankee Stadium, both in its original 1923 state and its post-renovation state in 1976. The exterior resembles the original look of the 1923 Yankee Stadium. The interior, a modern ballpark with greater space and increased amenities, features a playing field that closely resembles the previous ballpark before its closing. The stadium features 4,300 club seats and 68 luxury suites.

 

[edit] Design and layout

 

The Indiana limestone exterior, shown at Gate 4, mirrors the exterior of the original Yankee Stadium in 1923.The stadium was designed by the architect firm Populous (formerly HOK Sport). The exterior was made from 11,000 pieces of Indiana limestone, along with granite and pre-cast concrete.[23] The design closely mirrors the exterior of the original Yankee Stadium when it first opened in 1923.[23] The exterior features the building's name V-cut and gold-leaf lettered above each gate.[23] The interior of the stadium is adorned with hundreds of photographs capturing the history of the Yankees. The New York Daily News newspaper partnered with the Yankees for the exhibition "The Glory of the Yankees Photo Collection", which was selected from the Daily News' collection of over 2,000 photographs.[24] Sports & The Arts was hired by the Yankees to curate the nearly 1,300 photographs that adorn the building from sources including the Daily News, Getty Images, the Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball.

 

The seats are laid out similar to the original stadium's stands, with grandstand seating that stretches beyond the foul poles, as well as bleacher seats beyond the outfield fences. The Field Level and Main Level comprise the lower bowl, with suites on the H&R Block Level, and the Upper Level and Grandstand Level comprising the upper bowl.[25] Approximately two-thirds of the stadium's seating is in the lower bowl, the inverse from the original Yankee Stadium.[25] Approximately 51,000 fans can be seated, with a standing room capacity of 52,325.[26] The new stadium's seating is spaced outward in a bowl, unlike the stacked-tiers design at the old stadium. This design places most fans farther back but lower to the field, by about an average of 30 feet (9.1 m). Over 56 suites are located within the ballpark, triple the amount from the previous stadium.[23] Seats are 19–24 inches (48–61 cm) wide, up from the previous stadium's 18–22-inch (46–56 cm) wide seats, while there is 33–39 inches (84–99 cm) of leg room, up from 29.5 inches (75 cm) of leg room in the previous stadium.[25] Many lower level seats are cushioned, while all seats are equipped with cupholders.[25] To allow for the extra seating space, the stadium's capacity is reduced by more than 4,000 seats in comparison to the previous stadium.[25]

  

The frieze that lined the roof of the original Yankee Stadium from 1923-1973 is replicated in its original location.Many design elements of the ballpark's interior are inspired by the original Yankee Stadium. The roof of the new facility features a replica of the frieze that was a trademark of the previous ballpark.[25] In the original Yankee Stadium, a copper frieze originally lined the roof of the upper deck stands, but it was torn down during the 1974–75 renovations and replicated atop the wall beyond the bleachers.[25] The new stadium replicates the frieze in its original location along the upper deck stands.[25] Made of steel coated with zinc for rust protection, it is part of the support system for the cantilevers holding up the top deck and the lighting on the roof.[27] The wall beyond the bleacher seats is "cut out" to reveal the subway trains as they pass by, like they were in the original facility. A manually-operated auxiliary scoreboard is built into the left and right field fences, in the same locations it existed in the pre-renovation iteration of the original Yankee Stadium.[25]

  

The Great Hall is situated along the southern front of the stadium.Between the exterior perimeter wall and interior of the stadium is the "Great Hall", a large concourse that runs between Gates 4 and 6.[28] With seven-story ceilings, the Great Hall features more than 31,000 square feet (2,900 m2) of retail space and is lined with 20 banners of past and present Yankees superstars.[28] The Great Hall features a 5-by-383-foot (1.5 by 117 m) LED (light-emitting diode) ribbon display as well as a 25' by 36' LED video display above the entrance to the ballpark from Daktronics, a company in ‹See Tfd›Brookings, South Dakota.[28] [28]

 

Monument Park, which features the Yankees' retired numbers, as well as monuments and plaques dedicated to distinguished Yankees, has been moved from its location beyond the left field fences in the original Yankee Stadium to its new location beyond the center field fences at the new facility. The newly relocated Monument Park is now situated under the sports bar, this choice of location has drawn criticism as the many monuments are underneath the sports bar and not as in the open as in the previous Yankee Stadium. Fueling this criticism has been the advent of black shades that cover monuments on the back wall during games to prevent interference with the vision of the batter.[29] The new location of the monuments is meant to mirror their original placement in center field at the original pre-renovation Yankee Stadium, albeit when they were on the playing field. The transfer of Monument Park from the old stadium to the new stadium began on November 10, 2008.[30] The first monuments were put in place on February 23, 2009.[31] Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera requested that the Yankees reposition the team's bullpen, as well as add a door to connect the Yankees' bullpen to Monument Park, in order to allow access to it by Yankee relievers. The organization complied with his request.[23][32]

 

[edit] Field dimensions and playing surface

 

The view from the Grandstand Level (400 Level).The field dimensions for the outfield fences have the same distance markers as the original facility prior to closing yet the dimensions are not identical.[33] Due to the design of the right-field stands and the inclusion of an embedded manual scoreboard, the right-field wall is an average of 5 feet (1.5 m) closer to home plate.[34] Overall, the fences measure 318 feet (97 m) to left field, 399 feet (122 m) to left-center field, 408 feet (124 m) to center field, 385 feet (117 m) to right-center field, and 314 to right field.[25][26] At the old Yankee Stadium, the right field wall curved from the right-field corner to straightaway center, while at the new ballpark the fence takes a sharp, almost entirely straight angle.[34] This results in a difference at certain points between the right field markers of as much as 9 feet (2.7 m).[34] The dimensions in left field are substantially the same despite the presence of an embedded auxiliary scoreboard there as well.[34]

 

The outfield fences measure 8 feet 5 inches (2.57 m) high from the left-field foul pole until the Yankees' bullpen, when the fences begin to gradually descend in height until the right field foul pole, where they are only 8 feet (2.4 m) tall.[25] This also marks a decrease from the previous Yankee Stadium, where the outfield walls stood at a height of approximately 10 feet (3.0 m).[33] The distance from home plate to the backstop is 52 feet 4 inches (15.95 m), a reduction of 20 feet (6.1 m) from the previous facility.[26] The field is made up of Kentucky bluegrass, the same surface as the previous stadium, which is grown on a 1,300 acres (530 ha) farm in Bridgeton, New Jersey. The grass is equipped with a drainage system (featuring over 14,000 feet (4,300 m) of pipe) that makes the field playable an hour after taking 2 inches (51 mm) of rain.[25]

 

[edit] Comparison with the 1923 Stadium

Characteristic Old Stadium [as of 2008] New Stadium

Opening Day April 18, 1923 April 16, 2009

Capacity 56,866 52,325 [35](including standing room)

Seat width 18 inches (46 cm)–22 inches (56 cm) 19 inches (48 cm)–24 inches (61 cm)

Legroom 29.5 inches (75 cm) 33 inches (84 cm)–39 inches (99 cm)

Concourse width (average) 17 feet (5.2 m) 32 feet (9.8 m)

Cup holders Select Field Level Seating For every seat in General Seating

Luxury suites 19 56

Club Seats N/A 4,300

Team stores 6,800 square feet (630 m2) 11,560 square feet (1,074 m2)

Restroom fixture ratio 1 per 89 fans 1 per 60 fans

Public elevators

(passenger lifts) 3

(Otis Traction) 16

(KONE Traction)

Video scoreboard 25 feet (7.6 m) by 33 feet (10 m)

(Standard Definition LED) 59 feet (18 m) by 101 feet (31 m)

(High Definition LED)

Distance from Home Plate to:

Backstop 72 feet 4 inches (22 m) 52 feet 4 inches (16 m)

Left Field 318 feet (97 m)

Left Center 399 feet (122 m)

Center Field 408 feet (124 m)

Right Center 385 feet (117 m)

Right Field 314 feet (96 m)

Sources: The New York Yankees [26] and Andrew Clem [36]

 

[edit] Amenities and facilities

 

A signature by Babe Ruth is one of many autographs in the "ball wall", the centerpiece of the Yankee Museum.Yankee Stadium features a wide array of amenities. It contains 63 percent more space, 500,000 square feet (46,000 m2) more in total, than the previous stadium, with wider concourses and open sight lines on concourses.[23] Along with 227 miles (365 km) of wired Ethernet cable, the building has sufficient fiber-optic cable wiring that Cisco Vice President and Treasurer David Holland calls the building "future proof".[23] Over 1,100 high-definition video monitors are placed within the stadium and approximately $10 million worth of baseball merchandise is housed within the ballpark.[23]

 

The center field scoreboard, which measures 59 x 101 feet (31 m) and offers 5,925 square feet (550.5 m2) of viewing area, was the third-largest high definition scoreboard in the world when it opened (behind the 8,736-square-foot (811.6 m2) board at newly renovated Kauffman Stadium and the new 8,066-square-foot (749.4 m2) board at the renovated Tokyo Racecourse).[37] Since then, it has also been surpassed by the world's largest scoreboard at the new Cowboys Stadium.[38] Displaying 5,925 ft (1,806 m)² of video, the scoreboard can display four 1080p high definition images simultaneously.[25]

 

The Yankees clubhouse features 30,000 ft (9,100 m)² of space, over 2.5 times the space of the clubhouse from the previous facility.[39] The dressing area alone features 3,344 ft (1,019 m)² of space, with each locker equipped with a safety deposit box and touch-screen computer.[39] The Yankees clubhouse features a weight room, training room, video room, and lounge area, while both teams' clubhouses have their own indoor batting cages.[39] The Yankees' therapy room features a hydrotherapy pool with an underwater treadmill.[39] The Yankees are believed to be the first team to chemically treat their uniforms, as well as the showering surfaces with an anti-bacterial agent that reduces the risk of infection.[39]

 

The Yankees Museum, located on the lower level at Gate 6, displays a wide range of Yankees' memorabilia.[40] A "Ball Wall" features hundreds of balls autographed by past and present Yankees, and there are plans to eventually add autographs for every living player who has played for the Yankees.[40] The centerpiece of the museum is a tribute to Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series, with a commemorative home plate in the floor and statues of Larsen pitching to Yogi Berra.[40] Along with a facsimile of a current locker from the Yankees' clubhouse, fans can view the locker of the late Thurman Munson, which sat unoccupied in the previous stadium's Yankee clubhouse in honor of Munson.[40]

 

The ballpark offers a wide choice of restaurants. There are 25 fixed concessions stands, along with 112 moveable ones.[28] A Hard Rock Cafe is located within the ballpark, but it is open to anyone at the 161 St. and River Ave. entrance year round.[28] The Hard Rock Cafe at Yankee Stadium officially opened on March 30, 2009, and an opening ceremony took place on April 2, 2009.[41] A steakhouse called NYY Steak is located beyond right field.[28] Celebrity chefs will occasionally make appearances at the ballpark's restaurants and help prepare food for fans in premium seating over the course of the season.[28] Above Monument Park in center field is the Mohegan Sun sports bar, whose tinted black glass acts as the ballpark's batter's eye. The sports bar obstructs the view of approximately 600 bleacher seats in the right and left field bleachers, preventing fans from seeing the action occurring deep in the opposite side of the outfield. In response, the Yankees installed TV monitors on the sides of the sports bar's outer walls, and have reduced the price of these obstructed-view seats from $12 to $5.[42][43]

 

[edit] Accessibility and transportation

 

The stadium is serviced via subway by the 161st Street station on the IRT Jerome Avenue Line (top) (as well as the IND Concourse Line; not shown) and via railroad by the East 153rd Street Metro North station (bottom)The stadium is reachable via the 161st Street – Yankee Stadium station complex, the same that served the old Yankee Stadium, by the 4 B D trains of the New York City Subway. It is also served by the Yankees - East 153rd Street (Metro-North station), which opened on May 23, 2009,[44] which routinely features Hudson Line train service, but on game days, Harlem Line and New Haven Line trains as well as shuttle trains from Grand Central Terminal also platform there. The stadium is also served by multiple bus lines. On game days, NY Waterway operates the "Yankee Clipper" ferry route stopping at Port Imperial (Weehawken) and Hoboken in New Jersey and West 38th Street, the Wall Street Ferry Pier, and East 34th Street in Manhattan, and New York Water Taxi operates a free ferry to the stadium from the Wall Street Ferry Pier before every game only. For selected games, SeaStreak provides high-speed ferry service to Highlands, New Jersey.

 

Yankee Stadium is accessible by car via the Major Deegan Expressway (Interstate 87), with connections to Interstate 95, Interstate 278 and other major thoroughfares. Aside from existing parking lots and garages serving the stadium, construction for additional parking garages is planned. The New York State Legislature agreed to $70 million in subsidies for a $320 million parking garage project. On October 9, 2007, the New York City Industrial Development Agency approved $225 million in tax-exempt bonds to finance construction of three new parking garages that will have 3,600 new parking spaces, and renovation of the existing 5,569 parking spaces nearby.[45] Plans initially called for a fourth new garage, but this was eliminated before the final approval. The garages will be built (and renovated) by the Community Initiatives Development Corporation of Hudson, N.Y., a nonprofit entity that will use the parking revenue to repay the bonds and pay a $3 million yearly land lease to the City of New York. Parking is expected to cost $25 per game.[45]

 

[edit] Public opinion

[edit] Opening and public perception

 

Four F-16C Fighting Falcons from the 174th Fighter Wing fly over the "New" Yankee Stadium on Opening DayAlthough Yankee Stadium has been praised for its amenities and its usage of "classic" design elements from the original facility, the new stadium has been widely criticized for fan-unfriendly practices.[46][47] Seats within the first eight rows in the lower bowl, called the "Legends Suite", rank among the highest priced tickets in professional sports, with the average ticket in the section selling for $510 and the most expensive single game-day ticket costing $2,600.[46] Legends Suite Seats have been regularly empty, with many ticket holders in this section having given up their tickets, and others remaining unsold, despite most other seats in the ballpark selling out. This has created an "embarrassing" image on television of the seats behind home plate being almost completely vacant.[46] Consequently, a surplus of tickets for Legends Seats have emerged in the secondary market, and with supply exceeding demand, resale prices have dropped. Empty seats in the Legends Suite could even be seen during the 2009 playoffs, including World Series games. Even though all playoff games have been sellouts, Legends Suite ticket holders are in the lounges and the restaurant underneath instead of their seats.[48][49]

 

Legends Suite seats are also separate from the other lower bowl seating and are vigorously patrolled by stadium security, with the divider being described as a "concrete moat".[46][47] Fans that do not have tickets within this premium section in the front rows are not allowed to access it or stand behind the dugouts during batting practice to watch players hit and request autographs.[46][47]

 

The Yankee Stadium staff was also criticized for an incident during a May 4, 2009 game, which was interrupted by a rain delay.[50] Fans were told by some staff members that the game was unlikely to resume and consequently, many fans exited the stadium, only for the game to eventually resume play.[50] The fans that left the ballpark were not permitted to re-enter, per the stadium's re-entry policy, and many subsequently got into arguments with stadium personnel.[50] In response to the backlash the Yankees received for the incident, the staff members were required to sign a gag order preventing them from speaking to media, but they did indicate that communication for rain delays would be improved.[50]

 

After less than a season, cracks have appeared on the concrete ramps of the Stadium. The Yankees are trying to determine whether there was something wrong with the cement, or the ramps' installation or design. The company involved in designing the concrete mix were indicted on charges that they either faked or failed to perform some required tests and falsified the results of others.[51]

    

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In 2009, the stadium was criticized for its propensity for allowing home runs. In its opening season, 237 home runs were hit.Yankee Stadium has quickly acquired a reputation as a "bandbox" and a "launching pad" due to the high number of home runs hit at the new ballpark.[52][53][54][55][56][57] Through its first 23 games, 87 home runs were hit at the venue, easily besting Enron Field's (now called Minute Maid Park) previous record set in 2000.[58] Early in the season, Yankee Stadium was on pace to break Coors Field's 1999 single-season record of 303 home runs allowed, and the hometown New York Daily News newspaper started publishing a daily graphic comparing each stadium's home run totals through a similar number of games.

 

ESPN commentator Peter Gammons has denounced the new facility as "one of the biggest jokes in baseball" and concludes that "[it] was not a very well-planned ballpark."[54] Likewise, Gammons' ESPN colleague Buster Olney has described the stadium as being "on steroids" and likened it to his childhood Wiffle-ball park.[52][59] Newsday columnist Wallace Matthews joined in the criticism, labeling the stadium "ridiculous" and decrying its cheapening of the home run.[53] Former Yankee Reggie Jackson termed the park "too small" to contain current player Alex Rodriguez and suggested it might enable the third baseman to hit 75 home runs in a season.[53]

 

A variety of theories have been posited to account for the dramatic increase in home runs at the new Yankee Stadium over the original stadium, foremost among these the sharper angles of the outfield walls[34] and the speculated presence of a wind tunnel.[52] During construction of the new ballpark, engineers commissioned a wind study, the results of which indicated there would be no noticeable difference between the two stadiums.[60] The franchise is planning to conduct a second study, but Major League rules prohibit it from making any changes to the playing field until the off-season.[60]

 

An independent study by the weather service provider AccuWeather in June 2009 concluded that the shape and height of the right field wall, rather than the wind, is responsible for the proliferation of home runs at the stadium.[61] AccuWeather's analysis found that roughly 20% of the home runs hit at the new ballpark would not have been home runs at the old ballpark due to the gentle curve of its right field corner, and its 10-foot (3.0 m) wall height.[61] Nothing was observed in wind speeds and patterns that would account for the increase.[61]

 

The number of home runs hit at the new stadium slowed significantly as the season progressed,[62] but a new single-season record for most home runs hit at a Yankee home ballpark was nonetheless set in the Yankees' 73rd home game of 2009 when Vladimir Guerrero of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim hit the 216th home run of the season at the venue, surpassing the previous record of 215 set at the original Yankee Stadium in 2005.[63]

 

In 2010, the rate of home runs were markedly less as of May 15, 2010, with 35 home runs hit in 14 games for 2.5 per game (a projection of 205 - in 2009, the stadium was at 2.93 per game for a total of 237.) Several reasons were given for the sudden dropoff in home runs, including a lower April 2010 temperature (56 degrees in comparison with 63 the previous year), slower winds, poor pitching, a change in direction in winds,[64] as well as removal of the original Yankee Stadium and the effect this has had on wind currents.[citation needed] ESPN suggested the prolific home run totals of 2009 were a fluke.[64]

 

[edit] Yankee Stadium firsts

 

Logo for the inaugural season at the Stadium.Before the official Opening Day against the Cleveland Indians April 16, 2009, the Yankees hosted a two-game exhibition series at the Stadium in early April against the Chicago Cubs.[5] Grady Sizemore of the Indians was the first player to hit a grand slam off of Yankee pitcher Dámaso Marte. The Indians and 2008 Cy Young Award winner, Cliff Lee, spoiled the opening of the new stadium by winning 10-2. Before the Yankees went to bat for the first time, the bat that Babe Ruth used to hit his first home run at the old Yankee Stadium in 1923 was placed momentarily on home plate.[65] Jorge Posada hit the first Yankee home run in the new ballpark hitting his off Lee in the same game. Russell Branyan, while playing for the Seattle Mariners, was the first player to hit a home run off of the Mohegan Sun Restaurant in center field. Like its predecessor, the new Yankee Stadium hosted the World Series in its very first season; in the 2009 World Series, the Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 4 games to 2. It also became the latest stadium to host a World Series-clinching victory by its home team in the venue's first season (after the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series at Busch Stadium in 2006), when, on November 4, 2009, the Yankees won their 27th World Series championship against the Phillies. The Yankees are the only team to inaugurate two stadiums with World Series wins and also appeared in the 1976 World Series following the refurbishment of the original Yankee Stadium.

 

Statistic Exhibition Regular season Postseason

First game April 3, 2009

Yankees 7, Cubs 4 April 16, 2009

Indians 10, Yankees 2 October 7, 2009

Yankees 7, Twins 2

Ceremonial First Pitch Reggie Jackson Yogi Berra Eric T. Olson

First Pitch Chien-Ming Wang CC Sabathia CC Sabathia

First Batter Aaron Miles (Cubs) Grady Sizemore (Indians) Denard Span (Twins)

First Hit Aaron Miles (Cubs) Johnny Damon Denard Span (Twins)

First Yankees Hit Derek Jeter Johnny Damon Derek Jeter

First Home Run Robinson Cano Jorge Posada Derek Jeter

First Win Chien-Ming Wang Cliff Lee (Indians) CC Sabathia

First Save Jonathan Albaladejo Mariano Rivera (4/17) Mariano Rivera

 

[edit] Other events

 

Football configuration for new Yankee Stadium.The first ever non-baseball event at the Stadium took place on April 25, 2009, with pastor and televangelist Joel Osteen holding a “Historic Night of Hope” prayer service.[66]

 

A New York University graduation ceremony took place on May 13, 2009 with the address being delivered by U.S. Secretary of State and former New York Senator Hillary Clinton. The 2010 NYU ceremony featured alumnus Alec Baldwin as a speaker.[67]

 

The promotional tour for the Manny Pacquiao-Miguel Cotto fight began with an event at Yankee Stadium on September 10, 2009.

 

On June 5, 2010, Yuri Foreman fought Cotto in the first boxing match in The Bronx since 1976. The fight was referred to as the "Stadium Slugfest." Cotto defeated Foreman with a TKO in the ninth round.[68]

 

The Army Black Knights will play a college football game at Yankee Stadium against The Notre Dame Fighting Irish on November 20, 2010. This will mark the two teams' first meeting in the Bronx since 1969.[69] Also, Army will play Air Force, Rutgers, and Boston College in 2011, 2012, and 2014 respectively at Yankee Stadium.

 

Yankee Stadium will also host the newly-created Pinstripe Bowl, an annual college football bowl game that will pit the third-place team from the Big East against the seventh-place team from the Big 12. Organizers plan to hold the inaugural game December 30, 2010.[70]

 

The Yankees were in discussions with the National Hockey League to have Yankee Stadium host the 2011 NHL Winter Classic. However, the NHL chose Heinz Field as the host. The stadium was a candidate to host the 2010 NHL Winter Classic before it was awarded to Boston's Fenway Park.[71]

 

Rappers Jay-Z and Eminem performed the first concert at Yankee Stadium on September 13, 2010.[72]

 

[edit] See also

Citi Field, a new baseball stadium for the New York Mets (National League) also opened in 2009, replacing the Mets' previous home Shea Stadium in northern Queens (New York City).

Barclays Center, an arena for the New Jersey Nets of the National Basketball Association to be built by and over the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Atlantic Avenue railyards in northwestern Brooklyn (New York City) currently under construction.

New Meadowlands Stadium, a new football stadium for the New York Giants and the New York Jets of the National Football League which replaced Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey that opened in 2010.

Red Bull Arena, a new stadium for the Major League Soccer team New York Red Bulls that opened in 2010, replacing the team's previous home, Giants Stadium.

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One Flower in One World White Lotus and attached calligraphy by Zhang Daqian dated Mar.1978.

張大千1978年3月作 "一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸" 橫幅設色紙本鏡片

 

Ink on paper, mounted, signed SHU JUN JIN SHI NAN ZHANG DAQIAN YUAN, inscribed and titled ONE FLOWER IN ONE WORLD AND THREE COMPREHENSIONS OUT OF THREE INSIGNIFICANCIES, MAR. 1978, dedicated BUDDHIST MASTER XING YUN AS WITNESS, with 5 seals of the artist. Calligraphy: ink on paper, mounted, hanging scroll, signed SHU JUN JIN SHI NAN ZHANG DAQIAN YUAN, inscribed and titled AMAZING TALENT AND EXTREME BEAUTY, dedicated BUDDHIST MASTER XING YUN AS WITNESS, with 2 seals of the artist.

 

The handwritings and signatures of Zhang Daqian in this combination are the same as those 29 words in her sister painting (H94xW212.5cm, Feb. 2, 1978, sold twice USD 3.86 millions in total by Buddist Master Xing Yun in Feb. 27, 1994 at the Auction for Fund of Buddhist University.) by Zhang Daqian.

 

Painting: H89 x W173 cm, Calligraphy: H96 x W47.5 cm.

 

This dedication of painting by Zhang Daqian to Buddhist Master Xing Yun in Mar. 1978 was also recorded in Buddhist Master Xing Yun's personal Diary, the Buddhist Textbook Lesson 20, Volume 11 "The Memorabile of Buddhist Mt.Fo Guang" of Buddhist University, and the "The Memorabile of Founder Master Xing Yun of Buddhist Mt.Fo Guang".

 

張大千1978年3月作 "一花一世界白荷花圖及書法立軸"

 

題識: 一花一世界,三藐三菩提.六十七年三月,星雲大德印正. 蜀郡近事男張大千爰.

五鈐印: 西川張爰,金石同壽,摩耶精舍,大風堂,得心應手.

書法題識: 驚才絕豔,星雲大德印正. 蜀郡近事男張大千爰.

二鈐印: 西川張爰,金石同壽.

 

佛光山開山宗長星雲大師於其所著的 "星雲日記 命運的主人" 一書中, 記載1994年2月27日星期日下午, 為舉行籌募佛光大學創校經費的 "當代名家藝術精品" 義賣會上, 會場中最高潮乃是在拍賣張大千先生的 "一花一世界" 水墨畫 (H94 x W212.5 cm 橫幅水墨設色紙本張大千1978年戊午年2月初2日作), 這幅畫是民國67年 (1978年) 3月張大千先生親自送到佛光山來給我們. 拍賣時以500萬元起價, 經過一番競標, 最後由一位蕭姓信徒以 6,000 萬元得標, 但又捐出來給佛光大學; 再由遠東集團創辦人徐有庠先生以 5,600 萬元得標, 使得這一幅畫以 11,600 萬元的高價結了善緣.

 

因此, 佛光大學佛光教科書第11冊 "佛光學" 之第20課 "佛光山大事記", 便記載著 "佛光山創建緣起摘要" 如下: 1978年佛光12年3月, 張大千先生暨夫人來山禮佛, 並贈親繪巨畫 "一花一世界".

 

故 "佛光山開山宗長星雲大師大事記" 也相對記載著: 1978年, 星雲大師52歲, 國寶級畫家張大千暨夫人來山禮佛, 並贈親繪巨畫 "一花一世界".

 

此幅名畫 (H89 x W173 cm), 與上述拍賣之張大千1978年戊午年2月初2日作 "一花一世界" 水墨畫 (H94 x W212.5 cm), 為張大千於同時間內的姐妹作. 兩幅名畫題識中之 "一花一世界,三藐三菩提.六十七年,星雲大德印正,蜀郡近事男張大千爰." 等 29 個文字, 完全相同, 確為張大千本人之親筆書寫筆跡無誤.

 

張大千1978年3月作星雲大德印正驚才絕豔書法立軸與張大千1953年作驚才絕豔仕女圖

Calligraphy AMAZING TALENT AND EXTREME BEAUTY dedicated to BUDDHIST MASTER XING YUN AS WITNESS by Zhang Daqian on MAR.1978 and Painting AMAZING TALENT AND EXTREME BEAUTY in memory of a beloved Korean Beauty by Zhang Daqian dated 1953

 

書法立軸:(左幅)

書法題識: 驚才絕豔。星雲大德印正,蜀郡近事男張大千爰。

二式鈐印: 西川張爰、金石同壽。

大小尺寸: 高 96 x 寬 47.5 cm 約 4.18 平尺 5.06 才

媒體形制: 直幅水墨紙本中堂懸掛立軸

 

Calligraphy Size: H 96 x W 47.5 cm (Left Calligraphy)

 

Ink on paper, mounted, hanging scroll, signed SHU JUN JIN SHI NAN ZHANG DAQIAN YUAN, inscribed and titled AMAZING TALENT AND EXTREME BEAUTY, dedicated BUDDHIST MASTER XING YUN AS WITNESS, with 2 seals of the artist.

 

仕女名畫:(右幅)

名畫題識: 驚才絕豔。此四字惟红拂足以当之,癸巳秋日,蜀郡张爰。

三式鈐印: 昵燕楼、张爰私印、大千富贵大吉。

大小尺寸: 高 135 x 寬 57 cm 約 7.06 平尺 8.55 才

媒體形制: 直幅水墨設色紙本鏡片

著錄刊载: 香港苏富比有限公司2001年10月秋季拍卖会图录。

名畫展览: 法國巴黎近代美术馆1956年6月至7月张大千画展展品第3号。

拍賣記錄: 北京九歌国际拍卖股份有限公司2012年12月13日2012年秋季艺术品拍卖会名家逞妍—中国书画四专场 LOT 1529 成交价RMB 25,300,000元。

 

Painting Size: H 135 x W 57 cm (Right Lady Painting)

 

Ink and color on paper, mounted, signed SHU JUN ZHANG YUAN, titled AMAZING TALENT AND EXTREME BEAUTY, inscribed ONLY THESE FOUR CHARACTERS CAN AFFORD TO DESCRIBE THE BEAUTY OF MY BELOVED KOREAN BEAUTY IN RED ROBE, dated AUTUMN DAYS IN 1953, with 3 seals of the artist.

Auction Record: Sold USD 3,795,000 by Beijing Jiuge International Auction Co., Ltd at 2012 Autumn Auction Lot. 1529 Beijing, China on Dec. 13th 2012.

  

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

 

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

 

Identifier: cangrocerjulydec1895toro

Title: Canadian grocer July-December 1895

Year: 1895 (1890s)

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Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade

Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-

Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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38 THE CANADIAN GROCER WESTERN Incorporated1861. ASSURANCE COMPANY Fire and Marine Capital - -Assets, ovep -Annual Income $2,000,000.002,375,000.002,200,000.00 Head Office: TORONTO, ONT. Geo. a. Cox, President. J. J. Kenny, Vice-Presidfent. C. C. Foster, Secretary. THE PEOPLES Building and Loan Association (INCORPORATED) Head Office - - London, Ont. When business is prosperous every merchant shouldput by a regular monthly sum in our Class A stock.It will be available when you need it most. 83 deposit-ed monthly is estimated to niature a .S500 certificate iny^/i years. Larger amounts in like ratio. Security, first mortgage loans—the basis of wealth. Money loaned to buy a home, to build, to re-model theold house or pay off old mortgages. Agencies in all the principal towns and cities inOntario Write for manuals and name of resident agent in yourlocality. Do not delay. It will pay you. English Army Blacking

 

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THE ROYAL HOTEL, Hamilton, July 12th, 1894.The F. F. Dalley Co., Ltd., City : Dear Sirs,—Our porters, having a large number ofboots to polish every day, ranging from seventy-five totwo hundred pairs, we endeavor to give them the bestblacking to be got. We have used all the best knownblackings in the market, and have pleasure m statingthat the ENGLISH ARMY BLACKING is theirchoice, as they consider it far superior to any other makefor a quick, bright and permanent polish, giving abeautiful jet black finish to the leather.Yours truly, Hood & Bro., Proprietors. CONDENSED MINGE MEAT Delicious Mince Pies every day in the year. Handled by retaileras shelf or countergoods. No waste.Gives general satis-faction. Sells at all Seasons. Will not ferment inwarm weatlier.

  

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En Ingles y procedente de la wikipedia:

 

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Voigtländer is an optical company founded by Johann Christoph Voigtländer in Vienna in 1756 and thus the oldest name in cameras. It produced the Petzval photographic lens (the fastest lens at that time: f/3.7) in 1840, and the world's first all-metal daguerrotype camera (Ganzmetallkamera) in 1841, also bringing out plate cameras shortly afterwards. It set up a branch office in Braunschweig in 1849, moving its headquarters there later. The company issued stock in 1898, and a majority of the shares were acquired by Schering in 1925.

 

Over the next three decades, Voigtländer became a technology leader and the first manufacturer to introduce several new kinds of product that would later become commonplace. These include the first zoom lens (36–82/2.8 Zoomar) in 1960 and the first 35mm compact camera with built-in electronic flash (Vitrona) in 1965.

 

Schering sold its share of the company to the Carl Zeiss Foundation in 1956, and Zeiss and Voigtländer integrated in 1965. In 1972 Zeiss/Voigtländer stopped producing cameras, and a year later Zeiss sold Voigtländer to Rollei. On the collapse of Rollei in 1982, Plusfoto took over the name, selling it in 1997 to Ringfoto.

 

From 1999 until the present time (2009), Voigtländer-branded products have been manufactured and marketed by Cosina; for these, see Cosina Voigtländer.

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La tenian mis padres en un cajón.

 

Strobist info (wowowowowow!!!!): Single and nude TTL flash at 60º and distance= 1m

 

Negro Bragado

  

As always, a photo each day for 365 days. All shot and edited using Apps on my iPhone 5.

 

The photo was taken using the camera App Huemore for iPhone. The original image can be found below.

 

First of all I used the app Handy Photo to edit the image. The edits were made by cloning away the Car from the street, the Street sign, the sign above the end shop and the alarm box on the front of one of the the other buildings. Next I used the app called Mextures to apply some lighting and textures to the image. The Layers that I applied were, Vignette, Mulberry, Ford Screen, Leaker and the Sunflower Overlay. Finally I used Distressed FX to add extra texture to the image using the Egret overlay and the Vanilla Texture.

 

The original photo was taken this afternoon on the corner of Upper Spon Street Coventry. The image is of a selection of what were originally Medieval Houses that are known now as Numbers 119 to 123 (consecutive). The Timber framed houses were originally built in the 15th Century. They have had a lot of alterations over time, that include rendering in cement and also being faced in brick. These houses were originally owned in the Middle Ages by the Office of Treasurer for Coventry Priory. They were sold to the Coventry Mercers Guild in the 16th century. The Mercers Guild sold on the houses in the 17th Century. Since then there have been various uses for the buildings, including some being still used as private houses, while some were converted into shops and at one stage Number 123 was used as a Pub called the Black Swan.

 

These buildings (as a group) are classed as Grade II* listed. They are number 23 on my list of 24 (Grade II*) Listed buildings in Coventry that I hope to photograph.

Originally built in 1940 by John Kofler as the "Sauconia Theater" this art-deco style theater was a source of entertainment for the Hellertown, Pennsylvania citizenry for decades. When Kofler's daughter Ellie took over the theater operations in 1968 it was renamed "The Movies". In later years the business struggled, closing several times in the 1980s and finally closing for good in 2001. Ellie Kofler passed away in 2002 and the building has been for sale for much of the time since then.

 

4x5 for 365 Project details: greggobst.com/4x5-for-365/

 

Technical details:

Busch Pressman Model D 4x5 LF press camera.

Schneider Angulon 90mm F6.8 lens in a Linhof Compur shutter.

Kodak Ektascan BR/A single-sided X-Ray film.

1/2 second @ F32.

Semi-stand development in Rodinal 1:100 for 15 minutes in Mod54 daylight tank.

Negative scanned with Epson V600.

 

I wish I could have stood another two feet to my right to line this up a little better but there was a Direct TV service van parked right there and I was lucky to get any shot at all.

 

UPDATE (May 2015): The theater has finally been sold but it is being remodeled and will become offices for a dentist.

Car Company Gets U.S. Loan, Builds Cars In Finland

 

With the approval of the Obama administration, an electric car company that received a $529 million federal government loan guarantee is assembling its first line of cars in Finland, saying it could not find a facility in the United States capable of doing the work.

 

Vice President Joseph Biden heralded the Energy Department's $529 million loan to the start-up electric car company called Fisker as a bright new path to thousands of American manufacturing jobs. But two years after the loan was announced, the job of assembling the flashy electric Fisker Karma sports car has been outsourced to Finland.

 

"There was no contract manufacturer in the U.S. that could actually produce our vehicle," the car company's founder and namesake told ABC News. "They don't exist here."

 

Henrik Fisker said the U.S. money so far has been spent on engineering and design work that stayed in the U.S., not on the 500 manufacturing jobs that went to a rural Finnish firm, Valmet Automotive.

 

"We're not in the business of failing; we're in the business of winning. So we make the right decision for the business," Fisker said. "That's why we went to Finland."

 

The loan to Fisker is part of a $1 billion bet the Energy Department has made in two politically connected California-based electric carmakers producing sporty -- and pricey -- cutting-edge autos. Fisker Automotive, backed by a powerhouse venture capital firm whose partners include former Vice President Al Gore, predicts it will eventually be churning out tens of thousands of electric sports sedans at the shuttered GM factory it bought in Delaware. And Tesla Motors, whose prime backers include PayPal mogul Elon Musk and Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, says it will do the same in a massive facility tooling up in Silicon Valley.

 

An investigation by ABC News and the Center for Public Integrity's iWatch News that will air on "Good Morning America" found that the DOE's bet carries risks for taxpayers, has raised concern among industry observers and government auditors, and adds to questions about the way billions of dollars in loans for smart cars and green energy companies have been awarded. Fisker is more than a year behind rolling out its $97,000 luxury vehicle bankrolled in part with DOE money. While more are promised soon, just 40 of its Karma cars (below) have been manufactured and only two delivered to customers' driveways, including one to movie star Leonardo DiCaprio. Tesla's SEC filings reveal the start-up has lost money every quarter. And while its federal funding is intended to help it mass produce a new $57,400 Model S sedan, the company has no experience in a project so vast.

 

There is intense scrutiny of the decisions made by the Department of Energy as it invests billions of taxpayer dollars in alternative energy. The questions come in the wake of the administration's failed $535 million investment in solar panel maker Solyndra. The company's collapse, bankruptcy and raid by FBI agents generated a litany of questions about how the Energy Department doles out billions in highly sought after green energy seed money.

 

A key question, experts and investigators say, is whether another Solyndra is in the offing.

 

In interviews, executives with Tesla and Fisker said comparisons to Solyndra are unfounded. Each said the government's investments will ultimately pay off by supporting a fleet of electric cars that will ease the nation's dependence on fuel and benefit the environment.

 

"It's absolutely a worthwhile risk," said Diarmuid O'Connell, vice president of corporate and business development for Tesla Motors. "I absolutely believe it was a good bet for American taxpayers." Tesla has said its mass production of the sedan will ultimately lead to profitability.

 

Henrik Fisker, the renowned auto designer who founded the car company that carries his name, said his company holds tremendous promise and has accumulated $600 million in private financing.

   

When asked directly by ABC News if taxpayers should worry about the more than $500 million in federal funds on the line, he was emphatic: "No, I don't think they need to worry about it," Fisker said. When asked if Fisker might be the next Solyndra, he said, "Absolutely not."

  

In a lengthy interview, Fisker said he apprised the Department of Energy of his decision to assemble the high-priced Karma in Finland after he could not find an American facility that could handle the work. They signed off, he said, so long as he did not spend the federal loan money in Finland -- something he says the company has taken care to avoid. He said the decision, ultimately, was to help prevent his company from following the path of Solyndra, which exhausted nearly all of its loan money on a high-tech solar manufacturing plant in Freemont, California.

 

"If you just start doing like what Solyndra did, making a factory in a place where it was too expensive to manufacture … [you] obviously fail," he said.

 

By some key measures, Tesla is ahead of Fisker. More than 2,000 of its first electric car, the Tesla Roadster, are on the road, while Fisker is just starting to get its first car into showrooms. And Tesla is further along in advancing a second, lower-cost car, the Model S. While both firms boast of big dollar private investments, Tesla's vulnerabilities are more publicly visible through its SEC filings, in contrast to the privately held Fisker.

 

Chelsea Sexton, a 20-year veteran of the electric car movement and an outspoken advocate for alternative fuel vehicles, said she can plainly see the risks, even though her husband works for Tesla.

 

"None of us with any experience in the industry think there's any sort of guarantee they'll make it," Sexton said of Tesla. "It looks pretty good right now, they're building out their plant, things seem to be on track, so we're all encouraged. But you know, we watched GM and Chrysler go bankrupt."

 

Energy Department officials said such loans, by their nature, are risky because the department is financing innovative, potentially game-changing technologies that could deliver long-term benefits. They said neither firm has missed a loan payment, or sought help from the department to restructure their lending agreements.

"Two years ago, critics said we shouldn't be investing in American auto manufacturing at all because the industry wouldn't survive," said Damien LaVera, an Energy Department spokesman. "They were wrong then and they're wrong today. From well-established names like Ford to innovative startups like Tesla and Fisker, America's auto industry is being reinvented. Continuing this turnaround demands more innovation, not defeatism. While supporting innovative technologies always carries a degree of risk, these investments deliver long-term benefits."

 

Yet an audit this year by the Government Accountability Office, the investigative arm of Congress, criticized the Energy Department for not keeping close enough tabs on its fleet of auto loans -- including those to Fisker and Tesla -- to ensure they meet benchmarks. The funding was issued under the $25 billion Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing loan program, one piece of a giant umbrella of DOE loans and loan guarantees going out the door.

 

"DOE cannot be assured that the projects are on track to deliver the vehicles as agreed," said the GAO report examining the department's ATVM program. "It also means that U.S. taxpayers do not know whether they are getting what they paid for through the loans."

 

Tesla and Fisker stand in rare company in securing the ATVM loans. To date, records show, more than 95 percent of applicants are still awaiting approval or have been rejected from the loan pool.

 

Between them, Fisker, at $529 million, and Tesla, at $465 million, have secured nearly $1 billion to jump-start production of their cars. Combined, the companies have already drawn down more than $300 million, Federal Financing Bank records show.

 

Industry watchers question whether the Department of Energy had the auto industry know-how to make an informed choice, and they worry that another government-backed failure could damage the very industry the program intended to help.

 

"I think we'll absolutely end up having our version of Solyndra in the transport world based on the way the DOE has, and seems to still be executing its loan program without enough veteran diligence in the process," Sexton said.

 

The majority of the DOE funding for Fisker is earmarked for the company to develop a less costly, mass market sedan, called Project Nina. Energy officials issued the loans for a car that, even two years later, has not been publicly revealed.

 

"A half billion dollars for a car that no one has seen a picture of, in the Fisker Nina, was a bit more surprising to people," Sexton said.

 

Fisker said the mass market car Nina has been designed and built, but it remains under wraps to maintain a competitive edge.

 

Heavyweight Support

Standing in a shuttered General Motors plant in Wilmington, Del., Vice President Biden proclaimed that a half-billion-dollar Department of Energy loan would transform the idled site into a production line for electric cars.

 

"Folks, we're making a bet," Biden said on Oct. 27, 2009. "We're making a bet on the future, we're making a bet on the American people, we're making a bet on the market, we're making a bet on innovation."

 

The announcement that the plant would re-open followed a heavy lobbying push by Delaware politicians from both parties, who cited the news as a sign of industry's turnaround. In September 2009, Republican Rep. Mike Castle wrote directly to Energy Secretary Steven Chu, saying the Fisker proposal had "great merit," and urging Chu to give the company "careful consideration" for the loan.

 

The governor and state politicians took turns, along with Biden, to proclaim the project to cheering blue-collar workers clad in jeans, caps and jackets. They said it would produce thousands of jobs and have cars rolling off the line by next year. Fisker said he remains convinced those jobs will come. While he has hired marketing, design and engineering teams in the U.S., the auto plant jobs in Wilmington right now number about 100.

 

The Department of Energy loan to Fisker closed in April 2010, and again Biden took center stage in a department statement announcing the loan. "The story of Fisker is a story of ingenuity of an American company, a commitment to innovation by the U.S. government and the perseverance of the American auto industry," said the vice president.

 

ABC News sent questions to the White House Monday and requested an interview with the vice president. Biden was not made available, but an official in his office said "the Office of the Vice President did not encourage the Department of Energy to choose any particular company over any other but, like others in the Administration, supported the Department's loan program and the creation of car manufacturing jobs in the United States."

 

Energy Department officials have been steadfast that politics never entered the picture and each project was screened by professionals and secured on the merits. And executives from Tesla and Fisker said they won government support because their projects had the best shot at success. They said the involvement of well-connected figures in their companies should not suggest they attempted to use special influence to secure the loans.

 

Both companies have political heavyweights behind them. One of Fisker's biggest financial supporters, records show, is the California venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The firm financially supports numerous green-tech firms, records show.

 

Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr, a California billionaire who made a fortune investing in Google, hosted President Obama at a February dinner for high-tech executives at his secluded estate south of San Francisco. Doerr and Kleiner Perkins executives have contributed more than $1 million to federal political causes and campaigns over the last two decades, primarily supporting Democrats. Doerr serves on Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. Doerr has not replied to interview requests since March.

 

Former Vice President Al Gore is another Kleiner Perkins senior partner. Gore could not be reached for comment.

 

"Their major venture investor is Kleiner Perkins, who has Al Gore as a partner and is certainly politically connected in general," said industry observer Sexton. "Whether that played a role or not is up to the DOE to explain."

 

Tesla brings political pull, as well. A former Tesla board member, Steve Westly, is an Obama bundler who raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the president in 2008 and for his 2012 re-election campaign. His Westly Group was also a financial supporter of Tesla Motors until Tesla went public in 2010, and Westly continues to back the company. Westly has declined interview requests since February, but has appeared in multiple conferences, forums and TV interviews publicly praising Tesla Motors.

 

Tesla's founder and CEO, Elon Musk, is a hearty political contributor who has primarily backed Democrats, including Obama. According to published reports, another Tesla investor is Nick Pritzker, a donor to Obama and a cousin of Penny Pritzker, the national finance chair of Obama's 2008 campaign.

 

O'Connell, the Tesla executive, said political muscle played no role in the company's award of the $465 million in loans, noting that the initial application was filed under Bush -- though landed under Obama.

 

'Demonstrated Track Record'

In Tesla's case, as in Fisker's, the government loan was broken into two parts.

 

The first chunk, for $365 million, is to finance a manufacturing facility for the Tesla Model S sedan, Tesla's lower-cost answer to its pricey Roadster.

 

The other $100 million funded a facility to manufacture battery packs and electric drive trains used by Teslas and other automakers, including the Smart For Two city car by Daimler. Tesla points to such partnerships - along with investments from Toyota and Panasonic - as signs that long established companies believe in its cars.

 

"We have a demonstrated track record on the financial side," O'Connell said, "that should give great comfort to the American taxpayer, as they think about a loan that's helped us to accelerate our business model."

 

Unlike Fisker, Tesla is a public company. Its SEC filings offer a more sober assessment of the obstacles it faces on the road to profitability.

 

Tesla has yet to turn a profit and suffered net losses in each quarter. "Since inception and through the three and six months ended June 30, 2011, we had accumulated net losses of $522.8 million," its most recent 10-K form shows.

 

It has no experience in high-volume manufacturing of electric cars, its filings say -- the very project it sees as the road toward profitability. Tesla said it encountered "significant delays" in launching the Roadster - and acknowledges that developing the Model S will be a more complex undertaking. The newer car is the project financed by DOE.

 

"We have no experience to date in high volume manufacturing of our electric vehicles," Tesla's SEC filings say. "Our future business depends in large part on our ability to execute on our plans to develop, manufacture, market and sell our planned Model S electric vehicle."

   

The Roadster was produced in small quantities with the body assembled by Lotus in the United Kingdom and final assembly by the company at its facility in Menlo Park, Calif. The Model S, by contrast, will have much greater volume and be manufactured in Fremont, Calif. The company said production will begin next year.

 

Industry observers say Tesla's grand plan to launch the Model S is fraught with challenges.

 

"They want to scale up production from 1,000 cars a year to 20,000 cars a year, [and] that's going to be a very hard trick for them to do," said Alex Taylor, a veteran auto industry analyst and writer. "They want to make most of their own parts; Detroit can't do that because it's too inefficient. And Tesla wants to own its own dealerships. Henry Ford tried that back in the 1920s and gave it up because it was too difficult."

 

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O'Connell said the SEC filings present worst case scenarios. He said the company, and its major investors, believe the risk will reap rewards.

 

"It is a risky venture in the best heritage of some of the other great companies that have grown up in the Silicon Valley," he said. "This is a place where people propose ideas, finance those ideas, achieve milestones, attract a greater finance, and succeed along the way."

     

i just had to. this is the first day since i have been old enough to vote that george w bush is not president. i was 16 in 2000, and was pretty aware of politics then, and have waited almost 9 years since then to see another person in office. i don't think any one person has the ability to change the entire country, but i also see how much damage bush, cheney and the rest of their buddies were able to do; maybe obama and biden will be able to swing it the other direction.

 

Oh and p.s. I make these charms and sell them :)

66/365.

 

This is long. Sorry.

 

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Last night, our fish Blue, passed away. He was a good fish, and led a very long life (by Betta standards). He was 4 1/2. RIP Blue.

 

We broke the news to the kids this morning over breakfast since we noticed he was dead after bedtime, and decided that we would go to the pet store today and get another fish. So 1 and 2 went to school, and Chelsea, 3 and I went to PetSmart looking for a fish. We walked out with a cat.

 

This is Tessa, she is a just over 1 year old Maine Coon cross rescued from a shelter in northern BC I believe and sent down to the south by an animal charity to find a good home. This shop does NOT "sell" dogs and cats from breeders, they only facilitate adoptions of rescued animals. The fee you pay to adopt (which is quite reasonable) goes directly to the charity to cover expenses such as vaccinations and spay/neuter etc. Tessa is all up to date with that (in fact she was spayed a week ago).

 

The story is, we walked in, and immediately as you do you see the adoption animals on the left side. We saw her and instantly fell in love. Her eyes caught ours and she started pawing at the glass and meowing. The staff in the store said she was affectionate, and they weren't lying. Immediately when we went into the back room to pet her she snuggled right up to each of us and sniffed and purred as we pet her. She's absolutely adorable.

 

So, we borrowed a carrier from the store, and brought her home. Here is a shot of her as we loaded her into the car taken by my phone.

 

My work had called me this morning after the kids went to school, and switched my flight this evening to a different one that left an hour earlier, so I was going to miss 1 and 2's reaction. So I drove to their school and explained to the secretary what the deal was and picked them up a half hour early telling them that I wasn't going to be able to see them before work because of the change, and I wanted to say bye. They bought it.

 

First Q from 2: "Did you get Goldie?" (we decided on a goldfish, and it was to be named Goldie).

Me: "Sorry sweetie, we didn't get a fish today…" Cue a sad look and choked tears. 1 just fumed (seriously, there was smoke coming out of his ears) and stomped to the car…

 

We get home and I let them in and they were pretty choked at me, backpacks flying, shoes left in disarray, so I led them to the back office where Tessa, Chelsea, 3 and Chel's mom and dad were waiting and opened the door. Well you can guess what happened next… Huge smiles and laughs all around since they have been bugging us FOREVER to get a cat. I videoed the whole thing from them entering the house all pissy-like to when they see her and lose their minds with happiness. So I was busy doing that instead of taking photos.

 

Anyway, I was able to hang out for about 3 mins before I had to bail for work, so the cat-in-the-cage shot is what you get. But I'm sure she'll be featuring in my 365 a couple more times…

 

A few hours in and Chelsea reports that she's adjusting well to her new home. She's found her food and drink, she has a few cozy spaces that she likes to rest in and most importantly, knows where her litterbox is (and how to use it!)

 

Thanks for making it this far. Have a great evening everyone.

We're Here-12 Hours

(12 Hours lets you to show the world a small slice of your daily life. The idea is simple; take one shot per hour, approximately at the top of each hour, and the compose a collage (with notes, if you like) showing the ups and downs of your day.)

 

This is by far one of the toughest 365 challenges I've participated in. Not only is taking ONE photo a day hard enough but TWELVE self portraits was ridiculous but I gave it my best shot. I wasn't able to take each shot ON the hour. Some were at the half hour...some were rounded up...but everything was close enough.

 

8:00 am-Juannie does my sock bun for me. When he does them they are perfect and don't move around all messy like when I do it! He is the best!

 

9:00 am-I realized my dress was wrinkled so I threw it in the dryer (since I don't iron) and walked Princess and Maya. See the little old lady in the left hand corner? She stands around every morning hunched over watering the sidewalk and spraying cars, bushes and trees with the hose. Sometimes she sprays it straight up in the air like a geyser.

 

10:00 am-we have to keep our keycard on us at all times to get into the building.

 

11:00 am-I love my standing desk. When I draw with the monitor propped up and wear heels I can stand flat on the floor. If I want to draw on the Cintiq flat on the desk I have to stand barefoot on my little Moroccan stool. When I get tired, I sit up in my chair.

 

12:00 pm-Nickelodeon gave us all flowers and herbs for Earth Day last month. The Shimmer and Shine team took all the left overs from the lobby and we try to keep them alive. Only two out of the bunch are looking pretty sad so we try to give them extra love!

 

1:00 pm-Went to have delicious lunch with Juannie at his job. I was skipping through the lot and surprisingly didn't get run over.

 

2:00 pm-Despite how hot it's been in LA, the AC has been FREEZING in the office. Thank God I have a space heater and throws to keep me warm while I work.

 

3:00 pm-When I sell a dress on Poshmark I always paint the buyer a little surprise watercolor of the dress she bought. I painted this last night but I had to sign it before I packed it up to send off later in the afternoon.

 

4:00 pm-Sending my Poshmark sale off right as the Post Office closed for the day!

 

5:00 pm-Accidental candid. Today I realized how hard it is to take a pic of yourself walking out of an elevator. My camera remote died so I had to set the timer which went off right as the elevator tried to squash me.

 

6:00 pm-As soon as I get home I usually jump rope for 15 mins, do jumping jacks, sit-ups and push-ups. I waited a while today for it to cool down but it never did so I went for it anyway. Here I am taking selfies like a fool while jumping rope outside in 90 degree weather as neighbors walk by.

 

7:00 pm-Working on commissions while Princess gives me hard critiques.

 

So there you have it. My 12 hour day within my 365 day project. :)