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PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

AN INSCRIBED FAMILLE-ROSE 'FLOWER' BRUSHPOT
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
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PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

AN INSCRIBED FAMILLE-ROSE 'FLOWER' BRUSHPOT
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
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AN INSCRIBED FAMILLE-ROSE 'FLOWER' BRUSHPOT
QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG PERIOD
of hexagonal section, supported on three small feet, rising to a straight mouth, the sides painted with flowering and leafy branches of peony, narcissus and chrysanthemum, alternating with imperial poems in regular, clerical and seal scripts followed by red seals Qian and Long, each poem or flower painting enclosed within a slightly recessed rectangular panel, surrounded by multicolour blossoms borne on scrolling leafy sprays, all reserved on a white ground extending to the underside, the interior glazed turquoise and the mouthrim highlighted in gilt
9.4 cm., 3 3/4 in.
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來源

Christie's Hong Kong, 2nd October 1991, lot 1711.

相關資料

A slightly larger brushpot of this form, decorated with alternating rectangular panels of sages in landscapes and short inscriptions between floral borders, was sold in our London rooms, 17th November 1970, lot 170.

Porcelains with shaped panels resembling windows decorated with floral or figural scenes are typical of the Qianlong period, although the style appears to have been first explored during the Yongzheng period. Compare a brushpot of rectangular section in the Palace Museum, Beijing, enamelled in grisaille on two sides with scholars in a mountainous landscape and with two famille-rose panels of flower sprays painted in the 'boneless' style, illustrated in The Complete Collection of Treasures of the Palace Museum. Porcelains with Cloisonné Enamel Decoration and Famille Rose Decoration, Hong Kong, 1999, pl. 53.

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