Lot 2150

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民國 乾隆款 王琦風格 粉彩藍地開光人物紋六方瓶The vase features a hexagonal body with enamelled panels. One panel portrays an elderly figure in a hat with a boy under a willow tree, while the reverse depicts an elderly scholar leaning against a tree, watching a young boy play with grass. The scenes are painted in the style of Wang Qi and set against a blue glaze background. The base bears a six-character apocryphal Qianlong mark on a turquoise green ground. Republic period.

Height: 14 1/2 in (36.8 cm) Width: 7 3/4 in (19.7 cm)

本場拍賣的藏品(Lot 2001 - 2200)為來自艾克哈德家族(Eckhardt Family)的私人收藏,是由理查德(Richard)和瑪麗(Mary)艾克哈德夫婦於1947年至1952年間在日本搜集而來。理查德和瑪麗均為德克薩斯州聖安東尼奧市的本地人。兩人於1942年結婚,當時理查德正效力於美國陸軍,擔任外科醫生。1947年,理查德被派駐到二戰後的東京,並在稍後與妻子團聚。在日本居住的這段時間裡,從1947年到1952年期間,這對夫婦積極並廣泛地從京都的山中商行(Yamanaka & Co.)、東京的T. Kasahara和小野藝廊(Ono Art Shop)以及知名的版畫出版商渡辺庄三郎(Watanabe Shozaburo)等知名商家和機構收集了大量優質的亞洲藝術品。他們的珍藏曾在2012年兩度展示於蘇富比紐約的亞洲藝術拍賣會上。

  • Provenance: From the Eckhardt family collection (Lot 2001 - 2220). Acquired between 1947 and 1952 in Japan by Dr. and Mrs. Mary and Richard Eckhardt, both natives of San Antonio, Texas. The couple married in 1942 while Dr. Eckhardt served as a surgeon in the United States Army. Stationed in post-World War II Tokyo from 1947 onwards, Dr. Eckhardt was later joined by his wife. During their time in Japan, spanning from 1947 to 1952, the couple enthusiastically amassed a notable collection of fine Asian art from esteemed dealers and establishments such as Yamanaka & Co. in Kyoto, T. Kasahara and Ono Art Shop in Tokyo, and Watanabe Shozaburo, a renowned print publisher. Their extensive collection was featured twice at Sotheby's New York Asian Art Sales in 2012.
    Dr. Eckhardt received numerous U.S and Allied awards and decorations due to his outstanding service in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Japan. Following his retirement from the army, he dedicated a decade to serving as a physician at the San Antonio Sate Hospital.
    California Asian Art Auction Gallery is honored to present this extensive collection of Chinese and Japanese works of art, which offers a glimpse into the discerning taste and passion of Dr. and Mrs. Eckhardt, as well as the rich cultural and art history of China and Japan.
  • Dimensions:
  • Height: 14 1/2 in (36.8 cm) Width: 7 3/4 in (19.7 cm)
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