- Jiang Lian, China, Qing period (1644-1911),... - Lot 238 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés

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- Jiang Lian, China, Qing period (1644-1911),... - Lot 238 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés
- Jiang Lian, China, Qing period (1644-1911), executed in winter 1777 Summer Signed Lian hua (painted by Lian). Red seal under the signature: Junxian (social first name of the painter). By a clear stream, under the verdant shade of trees, three young women in ancient hairstyles and costumes absorb themselves in music. The woman in the center, seated on a rock, plays the flute. In front of her, a young woman accompanies her, playing castanets. The third woman, seated against a tree, listens. The summer breeze carries their music off into the distance. Bibliography: Jiang Lian is listed in Zhongguo meishu quanji (Dictionary of Chinese Fine Arts), ed. Shanghai cishu chubanshe, 1987, Shanghai, p.110. - - Jiang Lian, China, Qing period, executed in winter 1777 Winter Polychrome painting on lightly tinted paper mounted on a scroll. Red seal bearing the name Jiang Lian. In the upper left-hand corner is an inscription: "Painted by the Buddhist Believer Xianghu (the painter's pen name) in the Penglai Pavilion". Format: 130.3 x 35 cm (painting) - 226.5 x 46.5 cm (scroll) Stains and small chips. Framed under glass. As a whole. SPRING MISSING
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