Autumn Auctions to Feature Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy

September 26, 2020


One of the highlights of the China Guardian Hong Kong Autumn Auctions 2020 kicking off on 5-10 October is Climbing the Lofty Mountain, a six-feet large-scale hanging scroll on paper painted by Fu Baoshi. The artwork, mentioned in a press release early this September, was painted in the 1960s. 

The auctions will also display private collections and themed sessions, with works by Xie Zhiliu and Zhang Daqian, including Mountains and Trees painted by Xie Zhiliu, as well as, Wang Huizhi's Admiring the Bamboo

Other displays are Qi Baishi's Flowers in Four Screens, Pu Ru’s Scholar Viewing Plum Blossoms, Zhao Shao’ang's Cicada on Willow Branch, and Yang Shanshen's Flowers and Insects, among others.

Previewing on 5-7 October, the auctions will take place in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, with stints in Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art, Ceramics and Works of Art, as well as, Classical Chinese Furniture.

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