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A Famille-Rose Enameled Porcelain Plaque depicting God
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1928年作-王琦-粉彩人物瓷板

題款:折來祗合瓊為客,把酒應須玉瓷塘。時在戊辰仲秋月 下瀚 西昌匋迷散人王琦 寫於珠山客次

印文:(匋)(齋)

王琦 (1884-1937),祖籍安徽,字碧珍,別署迷匋道人,后遷居江西省新建縣。1928年,王琦以“月圓會”形式,結社成“珠山八友”,共同勵志圖新。以新粉彩形式,將雅俗共賞的瓷板畫成堂配套,成一時之盛。形成中國第一個陶瓷藝術流派。瓷畫藝術成熟的王琦,寫意人物揮洒奔放,人物面部採用粉彩裝飾,頭像多襯以明暗,結合西洋畫技藝,珠山八友之首。

A Famille-Rose Enameled Porcelain Plaque depicting God of Longevity and Young Boy

Wang Qi, dated by inscription to 1928

Of rectangular shape, enameled in vivid tones, inscribed with a long calligraphic inscription from a poem including a wuchen date (1928), the artist signature and two seals reading Tao and Zhai.

Wang Qi (1884-1937), courtesy name Bizhen or euphoria Taoist, a porcelain painting master, born in Anhui Province. Later on, he moved to Jiangxi Province, Xinjian County. In 1928, Wang Qi established “Full Moon Union”(月圓會), meanwhile organizing certain renowned artists together as “Eight Unique companion from Zhushan”(珠山八友), in order to inspire and create new ceramic art figures and techniques. By taking this great opportunity and using pastel as a new medium, they promoted and flourished the porcelain plaque paintings to a national scale, and finally, formed the first ceramic art movement in modern China. With powerful, free-spirited and illusory brushstrokes, Wang Qi’s painted characters & head portraits are mostly embellished with delicate famille-rose colors, light and shade, with the influences from European classic oil paintings. Overall, Wang Qi’s ceramic-plaque paintings artistically represent the highest standard and incomparable superiority of Chinese ceramic arts.
Height of plaque: 13⅜ in (34 cm)
Height inclusive of frame: 16⅜ in (41.6 cm)
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A Famille-Rose Enameled Porcelain Plaque depicting God

Estimate $6,000 - $10,000
Jun 08, 2014
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0291: A Famille-Rose Enameled Porcelain Plaque depicting God
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1928年作-王琦-粉彩人物瓷板

題款:折來祗合瓊為客,把酒應須玉瓷塘。時在戊辰仲秋月 下瀚 西昌匋迷散人王琦 寫於珠山客次

印文:(匋)(齋)

王琦 (1884-1937),祖籍安徽,字碧珍,別署迷匋道人,后遷居江西省新建縣。1928年,王琦以“月圓會”形式,結社成“珠山八友”,共同勵志圖新。以新粉彩形式,將雅俗共賞的瓷板畫成堂配套,成一時之盛。形成中國第一個陶瓷藝術流派。瓷畫藝術成熟的王琦,寫意人物揮洒奔放,人物面部採用粉彩裝飾,頭像多襯以明暗,結合西洋畫技藝,珠山八友之首。

A Famille-Rose Enameled Porcelain Plaque depicting God of Longevity and Young Boy

Wang Qi, dated by inscription to 1928

Of rectangular shape, enameled in vivid tones, inscribed with a long calligraphic inscription from a poem including a wuchen date (1928), the artist signature and two seals reading Tao and Zhai.

Wang Qi (1884-1937), courtesy name Bizhen or euphoria Taoist, a porcelain painting master, born in Anhui Province. Later on, he moved to Jiangxi Province, Xinjian County. In 1928, Wang Qi established “Full Moon Union”(月圓會), meanwhile organizing certain renowned artists together as “Eight Unique companion from Zhushan”(珠山八友), in order to inspire and create new ceramic art figures and techniques. By taking this great opportunity and using pastel as a new medium, they promoted and flourished the porcelain plaque paintings to a national scale, and finally, formed the first ceramic art movement in modern China. With powerful, free-spirited and illusory brushstrokes, Wang Qi’s painted characters & head portraits are mostly embellished with delicate famille-rose colors, light and shade, with the influences from European classic oil paintings. Overall, Wang Qi’s ceramic-plaque paintings artistically represent the highest standard and incomparable superiority of Chinese ceramic arts.
Height of plaque: 13⅜ in (34 cm)
Height inclusive of frame: 16⅜ in (41.6 cm)
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