J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
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J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 GBP

J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 GBP

Description

J. RUEDOLF

1885 - 1950

Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking


signed J. Ruedolf lower right; metal label with title Entrée du Temple de Confucius à Pékin affixed on reverse to stretcher

oil on canvas

unframed: 46 by 54.8cm., 18 by 21½in.


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Condition Report

minor rust marks from nails.


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Catalogue Note

The Temple of Confucius in the Forbidden City, Beijing, is the second-largest Confucian temple in China and was originally built in 1302.

J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
J. RUEDOLF | Entrance to the Temple of Confucius, Peking
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