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Collecting Chinese Art

Presented by Gisèle Croës

March 15–23, 2018
980 Madison Avenue, New York

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Works Exhibited

Drum stand with three coiled dragons, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE) Bronze with green and brown patina, width: 20 ⅞ inches (53 cm)Provenance: Private Collection, TaipeiPhoto: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Drum stand with three coiled dragons, Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE)

Bronze with green and brown patina, width: 20 ⅞ inches (53 cm)
Provenance: Private Collection, Taipei
Photo: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Guardian figure, Northern Wei dynasty (386–534) Grey earthenware, height: 27 inches (68.6 cm)Provenance: Morse Collection prior to 1982Photo: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Guardian figure, Northern Wei dynasty (386–534)

Grey earthenware, height: 27 inches (68.6 cm)
Provenance: Morse Collection prior to 1982
Photo: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Bell (bo), Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE)–early 7th century Bronze, height: 16 ½ inches (42 cm)Provenance: Ching Wan Society, TaiwanPhoto: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Bell (bo), Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BCE)–early 7th century

Bronze, height: 16 ½ inches (42 cm)
Provenance: Ching Wan Society, Taiwan
Photo: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Ewer (duomuhu), late Ming dynasty (1368–1644) to early Qing dynasty (1644–1911)—17th century Gilt bronze and cloisonné enamel, height: 23 ⅞ inches (60.5 cm), width: 13 ¾ inches (35 cm)Provenance: Private Collection, Netherlands, purchased in 1928 from E. J. van Wisselingh & Co, AmsterdamPhoto: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

Ewer (duomuhu), late Ming dynasty (1368–1644) to early Qing dynasty (1644–1911)—17th century

Gilt bronze and cloisonné enamel, height: 23 ⅞ inches (60.5 cm), width: 13 ¾ inches (35 cm)
Provenance: Private Collection, Netherlands, purchased in 1928 from E. J. van Wisselingh & Co, Amsterdam
Photo: Frédéric Dehaen, Studio Roger Asselberghs

About

Gisèle Croës Gallery will present a selection of ancient Chinese art at Gagosian Madison Avenue on the occasion of Asia Week New York. This is the fifth consecutive year of the collaboration.