NEW YORK – On Saturday, December 17, beginning at 10 am Eastern time, Gianguan Auctions presents a sale of Important Chinese Paintings and Works of Art. It will feature Buddhist sculptures, jade and crystal carvings, bronze and cloisonne enamel, paintings and porcelain. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
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NEW YORK – Gianguan Auctions will host a special Devotional Art online auction on Saturday, June 25, beginning at 10 am Eastern time. The 124-lot sale will feature a collection of bronze, ceramic and jade statutes as well as works of art. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
NEW YORK – On September 18, Gianguan Auctions will hold a sale of Important Chinese Works of Art and Paintings, featuring traditional and contemporary master paintings, carved jades, fine ceramics, Yixing teapots, bronze and Buddhist sculptures. The online auction will start at 10 am Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers. Read more
NEW YORK — Statement pieces make a room and speak to your personal style. They can be bold and flashy, or they can be understated, with their craftsmanship and elegance speaking volumes. These five types of objects can help you express yourself and elevate your living space.
NEW YORK – Gianguan Auctions will present an outstanding selection of archetypal ceramics in various glazes, jade carvings, and early bronzes, together with traditional and contemporary Chinese master paintings, on June 12, starting at 10 am Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
NEW YORK — Few artists can aspire to be as talented as nature. Over centuries, its forces have shaped rocks into elegant objects that have inspired Chinese painters and poets. The objects called gongshi (Chinese, 供石), better known as scholar’s rocks, began to be appreciated for their striking forms in the late Tang Dynasty (600-900) and gathered from riverbeds, on mountains, and in far flung locations. By the Song dynasty (960-1279), their place in history was cemented when Chinese scholars brought them into the studios where they wrote and painted. Scholars would draw inspiration from these rocks that represented nature — mountains in particular — gazing upon them in meditative contemplation. Many poems and essays were based on these rocks, and they have been subject matter for paintings.
NEW YORK — Gianguan Auctions will celebrate the 20th annual Asian Art Week with an auction to be held on Saturday, March 27, starting at 10 a.m. Eastern. The sale will feature a fine selection of classical paintings, splendid Sino-Tibetan gilt bronzes, beautiful jades from neolithic to contemporary, Ming and Qing porcelains and Buddhist sculptures from private collections. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be provided by LiveAuctioneers.com. Read more