清康熙 青花人物故事圖筆筒 |
10,000 - 15,000 USD
- Height 5 1/8 in., 13 cm
Knapton & Rasti Asian Art，倫敦，2001年
The rhythmic, linear rendering of the rockwork and the landscape depicted by loosely-formed, washy 'blobby dots' recall the style known as 'Master of the Rocks'. This painterly style, reminiscent of late Ming dynasty artists such as Wang Jianzhang, is represented on scholarly objects made by the artisans of Jingdezhen from the 1640s through the 1690s. The present brushpot is a fine example of the late expression of this famous style. The fine potting, quality of the cobalt blue, inclusion of chevron borders and the Chenghua mark inscribed loosely on the base are consistent with other wares made in the early to mid-1690s.