Wang Su

(17941877 ) - Drawings
WANG SU The Abundance Of Jiangnan

Sotheby's /Sep 18, 2014
8,901.42 - 11,126.77
11,127.00

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Wang Su - Zhongkui

Wang Su - Zhongkui

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Wang Su (18th Century) ZHONGKUI ZHONGKUI signed Loudong Wang Su, dated renwu, the fifth of the fifth lunar month (June 26, 1762), with four seals of the artist, lou dong zong yong wang su zhi zhang, lin wu shan ren, jiang zuo wu yi, shu sheng yu shi Titleslip by Sun Zutong (Circa 1888-1940), with one seal, sun; and two collector's seals of Sun Zutong, xu jing zhai shu hua ji, sun bo sheng si shi hou shen ding zhen ji ink on paper, hanging scroll 94.1 by 57.6 cm. 37 by 22 5/8 in.
Wang Su - Testing A Horse In The Spring Suburbs

Wang Su - Testing A Horse In The Spring Suburbs

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Lot number: 8126
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Wang Su (1794-1877) Testing a Horse in the Spring Suburbs, 1831 Hanging scroll, ink and color on paper, inscribed by the artist and dated xinmao (1831) and signed Xiaomei with one artist's seal reading Xiaomei and six collector's seals. 42 1/8 x 9in (107 x 22.9cm)
Wang Su - Fan Landscape Painting

Wang Su - Fan Landscape Painting

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Lot number: 409
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Description: WANG SU (XIAO MEI) (CHINESE, 1794-1877) 小梅/小梅/擬習苦齋戴熙簫䟱清淡之筆以博伯常先生粲 FAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING Ink on paper: 9 1/2 x 21 in. Framed; upper left inscribed in Chinese "Copying Qing artist Daixi (1801-1860)" along with seal; verso: upper left label "#100", lower center label inscribed in Chinese "January 1982" Provenance: Acquired in January, 1982, from the collection of Li Gim Ying
Wang Su - The Abundance Of Jiangnan

Wang Su - The Abundance Of Jiangnan

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Lot number: 906
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Christie's Hong Kong, Fine Chinese Classical Paintings and Calligraphy, May 28, 2012. Lot 2768 PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE WASHINGTON D.C. COLLECTION Wang Su 1794-1877 THE ABUNDANCE OF JIANGNAN (1) signed Xiaomei Su, with one seal of the artist, zhu li zhu ren (2) signed Xiaomei at the age of seventy-six,with one seal of the artist, zhu li (3) signed Xiaomei Wang Su,with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (4) signed Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (5) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (6) signed Xiaomei, with one seal of the artist, zhu li zhu ren (7) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (8) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei shi hua (9) signed Xiaomei Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (10) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (11) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (12) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (13) signed Xiaomei Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (14) signed Xiaomei Su, with one seal of the aritst, zhu li (15) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (16) signed Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (17) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei shi hua (18) signed Cunshang Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (19) signed Wang Su, with one seal of the artist, xiao mei (20) signed Xiaomei Wang Su , with one seal of the artist, xiao mei hua yin Titlepage by Wu Xizai (1799-1870), signed Rangzhi, with two seals, xi zai zhi yin, wu shi rang zhi ink and color on paper, album of twenty leaves 36.8 by 21.5 cm. 14 1/2 by 8 1/2 in. (20) - Overall in good condition except minor stain spots. In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion.
Wang Su - Flowers And Fruits

Wang Su - Flowers And Fruits

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Lot number: 768
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Lot Description WANG SU (1794-1877) Flowers and Fruits Hanging scroll ink and colour on paper 127 x 32 cm. (50 x 12 1/2 in.) Inscribed with a poem and signed, with one seal of the artist 清 王素 花果 設色紙本 立軸 題識:健足不用天台籐 (用儀徴相國句), 葫蘆有酒何妨醉。 櫻山花果正逢春, 多子多孫延壽意。 小某王素時年七十有七。 鈐印:八十翁 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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