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Fine Chinese Paintings N e w Y o r k , 1 8 S e p t em b e r 2 0 1 3 , S a l e # 3 4 2 0

[All sold prices include buyers premium]

124 lots sold 159 lots offered Lot


904

Total: $10,474,500/6,494,190/7,751,130 0.62= $1 / 0.74=$1 Description Estimate ($)


230,000 330,000

78% sold by lot 87% sold by value Buyer


Asian Institution

Price Realized
$1,803,750 1,118,325 1,334,775 $1,323,750

Shen Zhou (1427-1509), Mountains In Autumn, scroll, mounted and framed, ink and color on paper.

905

Qiu Ying (Attributed To, 1495-1552), Lotus Picking, handscroll, ink and color on paper.

300,000 500,000

820,725 979,575 $787,750

Private

987

Dong Qichang (1555-1636), Misty Landscape After Mi Youren, handscroll, ink on paper.

30,000 50,000

485,925 579,975 $663,750

Asian Institution

1008

Xu Beihong (1895-1953), Zhong Kui, scroll, mounted for framing, ink and color on paper.

180,000 250,000

411,525 491,175 $411,750

Asian Trade

965

Anonymous (Late Qing Dynasty), Portrait Of A Royal Lady, scroll, mounted and framed, ink and color on silk.

50,000 70,000

255,285 304695 $315,750

Asian Private

1023

Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Lotus, scroll, mounted for framing, ink and color on paper.

90,000 100,000

195,765 233,655 $291,750

Asian Trade

917

Qiu Ying (Attributed to, circa 1495-1552), The Han Jun Villa Amidst Bamboo Groves, handscroll, ink and color on silk. Chen Hongshou (Attributed to, 1598-1652), Master Yuchuan and His Attendants, hanging scroll, ink and color on silk. Qi Baishi (1863-1957), Chrysanthemums And Bees, hanging scroll, ink and color on paper.

200,000 300,000

180,885 215,895 $207,750

Private

925

100,000 150,000

128,805 153,735 $207,750

Asian Institution

1030

90,000 120,000

128,805 153,735 $195,750

Asian Trade

920

Qiu Ying (Attributed to, circa 1495-1552), The Northern Lake, Handscroll, ink and color on paper.

70,000 100,000

121,365 144,855

Asian Private

Elizabeth Hammer, Specialist of Chinese Paintings, said: All top ten lots came from private collections in the US and featured a range of paintings that were well- studied and researched. The combination of private collections and attractive price points drew strong interest, resulting in numerous works that sold over their high estimates. The results reflect the ongoing strength of the Chinese paintings market across both the classical and modern categories. PRESS CONTACT: Sung-Hee Park | +1 212 636 2680| spark@christies.com Jaime Bernice | +1 212 636 2680 | jbernice@christies.com Please click here to view the full international schedule of upcoming sales from the South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art department at Christies Estimates do not include buyers premium. Sales totals are hammer price plus buyers premium and do not reflect costs, financing fees or application of buyers or sellers credits.