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Gao Qipei

China (16601734 ) - Drawings Wikipedia® - Gao Qipei
GAO QIPEI Eagle On Pine Tree

Sotheby's /Mar 20, 2014
21,660.65 - 28,880.87
27,225.00

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Gao Qipei - Birds And Flowers

Gao Qipei - Birds And Flowers

Original 1727
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Lot number: 129
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Collection of Mark S. Pratt, Washington D.C. Bonhams is pleased to offer works of art from the collection of Mark S. Pratt . With deep family roots in Salem, Massachusetts, and as a relative of Frederick Townsend Ward (, 1831-1862), Mark Pratt developed an interest in Chinese culture from an early age. A lifelong art collector, Mr. Pratt's distinguished United States State Department career afforded continuous opportunities for building an important collection over the course of sixty years. Mr. Pratt made his first Chinese art purchase in 1947 while stationed in Qingdao with the United States Navy. Following his two-year service with the Pacific Fleet, and with academic training at Harvard University, Brown University, The Sorbonne, and Georgetown University, Mark Pratt joined the United States Foreign Service in 1956, his initial posting at the United States Embassy in Tokyo from 1957 to 1959. Moving to Taichung, Taiwan to continue Chinese language study in the years 1959-1960, his next station was Hong Kong, serving as the Mainland Economic Officer at the United States Embassy until 1963. With later posts in Laos and Paris, Mark Pratt was head of the Taiwan desk prior to finishing his career as Consul General at the Guangdong Consulate in 1989, his retirement ending three years of service in that position. Witnessing the momentous geo-political transformation in Asia during the second half of the twentieth century, Mr. Pratt's keen collector's eye was also perpetually on the lookout for a treasure. Patronizing many of the most hallowed names in the Chinese art market, he discovered outstanding paintings and Song dynasty porcelain at Tokyo's Confucian Temple (Yushima Seido) and purchased works of art from Kusaka Shogado in the 1950's. In the decades that followed, the antique shops and art galleries in Taipei and Hong Kong were frequent haunts, making key purchases of Ming and Qing paintings from Chang Ding-chen and fine huanghuali furniture from Y.K. Ma. Mark Pratt's diplomatic role afforded him contact with numerous living painters and calligraphers; he met Zhang Daqian on several occasions and formed a lasting bond with Tang Hong ( b.1926), a student of Yu Fei'an who relocated to Taichung after 1949 and later to Hong Kong, concurrent with Mr. Pratt's diplomatic postings. Many objects from the Pratt collection are now entering the market for the first time in fifty years, making this offering a truly rare and remarkable find. Gao Qipei (1660-1734) Birds and Flowers Ink and colour on paper, album of twelve leaves Signed Gao Qipei with twelve seals of the artist Dated dingwei year (1727) 27.5cm x 34.5cm (10¾in x 14in) each. (12). Provenance: collection of Mark S. Pratt, Washington D.C.
Gao Qipei - Bird And Waterfall

Gao Qipei - Bird And Waterfall

Original 1713
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Lot number: 8105
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Gao Qipei (1660-1734) Bird and Waterfall, 1713 Hanging scroll, ink and light color on paper, inscribed by the artist and dated guisi (1713) with three artist's seals, two reading Qipei and Qieyuan and two collector's seals, one reading Gu shi wenzheng zhaicang . 22 1/4 x 12 1/4in (65.5 x 31.1cm)
Gao Qipei - Study Amongst Autumn Woods

Gao Qipei - Study Amongst Autumn Woods

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Lot number: 1171
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Gao Qipei (1660-1734) Study Amongst Autumn Woods Inscribed and signed Gao Qipei, with three seals of the artist and one seal of the collector 175cm x 47.5cm (69in x 18¾in). Footnotes 高其佩 秋林書聲 設色紙本 立軸 款識:秋林書聲。(文不錄)且園主人高其佩指寫並識。 鈐印:空山無人 藏印:阮亭
Gao Qipei - Eagle On Pine Tree

Gao Qipei - Eagle On Pine Tree

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Lot number: 613
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613 PROPERTY FROM AN OLD PRIVATE JAPANESE COLLECTION Gao Qipei 1672-1732 EAGLE ON PINE TREE signed Qie daoren Gao Qipei, with two seals of the artist, qi pei, jiu zeng shi yi hua ink and color on paper, hanging scroll 176 by 51.2 cm. 69 5/16 by 20 3/16 in. Estimate 30,000 - 40,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Gao Qipei - Deities Crossing The Sea

Gao Qipei - Deities Crossing The Sea

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Lot number: 776
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Lot Description GAO QIPEI (1660-1734) Deities crossing the Sea Hanging scroll ink and colour on paper 121 x59.2 cm. (47 5/8 x 23 1/4 in.) Signed, with one seal of the artist Two collector's seals of Hongxiao (1722-1778) 清 高其佩 神仙過海 設色紙本 立軸 款識:其佩。 鈐印:指頭畫 藏印:愛新覺羅•弘曉 (1722-1778):怡王覽書畫印、 明善堂覽書畫印記 Pre-Lot Text LOTS 747-797 PROPERTY FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF DR K S LO Dr. K S Lo (1910-1995) was born in Mei County, San Xiang Village. At the age of 10 he went to Malaysia with his mother to be reunited with his father, Luo Jinxing, who at the time was working at the Ren Sheng Tang Medicinal Shop. In 1934 he graduated from the University of Hong Kong and joined the company where his father worked and was soon appointed Hong Kong manager of the firm's real estate branch. In 1936, on an occasion Dr. Lo was in Shanghai for business, he attended a talk entitled Soya Bean: The Cow of China which introduced the great benefits of the soya bean and its high protein content. This lecture changed his life, as he witnessed the malnutrition of the people in Hong Kong after the World War. With the thought of building an empire to "save his people", Dr. Lo sought to create a family drink that was not only affordable but also contained the necessary nutrients for good health. Dr. Lo then produced the now famous Vitasoy and established his company in 1940. Vitasoy quickly spread to become a household name, and expanded beyond Hong Kong to become one of the most recognizable brands in Asia. Dr. Lo's passion for business and love for his people also extended to his passion for studying and collecting Chinese art. With a particular focus on Chinese arts and culture, he turned his interest to Yixing teapots and actively collected them from the 1950's onwards, amassing a great collection which he donated to the Hong Kong people in 1981 and established the K. S. Lo Teaware Museum, now situated in the Hong Kong Park. In addition to his interest in Chinese ceramics and works of art, he also concentrated on collecting Chinese paintings, supporting younger artists and the different exhibitions that were held across town.
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