29th Sep, 2022 13:00

DAY 1 - TWO-DAY AUCTION - Fine Chinese Art / 中國藝術集珍 / Buddhism & Hinduism

 
  Lot 199
 

199

‘LUOHANS’, ATTRIBUTED TO DING GUANPENG (ACTIVE 1708-1771)
丁觀鵬(活躍於1708-1771年)款《觀音羅漢圖》

Sold for €2,860

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Lot details

China. Ink and watercolors on paper, with a silk brocade frame and mounted as a handscroll. Depicting various luohans in remarkably fine detail, including an elderly Asita playing with his characteristically long eyebrows beside a younger monk bowing to him and holding a censer, with further luohans carrying staffs, books, chimes, flywhisks, and other monastic accoutrements, all wearing loose-fitting robes cascading in voluminous folds and standing amid crashing waves.

Inscriptions: Lower left, signed ‘Painted with respect by the subject Ding Guanpeng’, two seals, ‘Subject’ and ‘Ding Guanpeng’

Provenance
: British trade.
Condition: Very good condition with minor wear and little foxing.

Dimensions: Image size 21.7 x 139.4 cm, Size incl. mounting 31.6 x 159.5 cm

Note that the figure to the very left appears to be Guanyin, not a Luohan, standing in a characteristic pose with her arms shrouded in her long sleeves and wearing a cowl.

Ding Guanpeng (active 1708-1771) was a Chinese painter who lived during the Qing dynasty. A native of Beijing, he was active from the later part of the Kangxi period to the mid-Qianlong period. At one point he studied oil painting under Giuseppe Castiglione. He was noted for painting people and landscapes, both in his own distinct style and by precisely copying the work of important masters. He spent about 50 years in the Palace Academy and painted at least 200 major works with his own hand.


Auction result comparison:
Type: Related
Auction: Christie’s Hong Kong, 1 November 2004, lot 887
Price: HKD 239,000 or approx. EUR 46,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing
Description: Ding Guanpeng (active 1742-1754, attributed to)
Expert remark: Note the size (66 x 38 cm each) and that this lot comprises six paintings and has important and well documented provenance


丁觀鵬(活躍於1708-1771年)款《觀音羅漢圖》
中國,紙本水墨設色,卷軸。細節精美地描繪了幾位羅漢,比如長眉羅漢,一位年輕的僧人正向他鞠躬並舉著香爐。其他羅漢分別拿著自己的法器如法杖、書籍、編鐘、拂塵等,衣袍寬鬆,衣紋線條流暢。羅漢們站在在洶湧的海浪上,迎向觀音。觀音身著長袍,衣袍飛揚,似是迎風而行。

款識:臣丁觀鵬薰沐敬繪;鈴印:臣,丁觀鵬

來源:英國古玩交易市場。
品相:狀況極好,輕微磨損、褐變。

尺寸:畫面21.7 x 139.4 厘米,總31.6 x 159.5 厘米

拍賣結果比較:
形制:相近
拍賣:香港佳士得,2004年11月1日,lot 887
價格:HKD 239,000(相當於今日EUR 46,000
描述:丁觀鵬款《菩提達摩》
專家評論:請注意尺寸(各66 x 38 厘米) ,此組畫共有六福,有重要且記載完好的來源。

 

China. Ink and watercolors on paper, with a silk brocade frame and mounted as a handscroll. Depicting various luohans in remarkably fine detail, including an elderly Asita playing with his characteristically long eyebrows beside a younger monk bowing to him and holding a censer, with further luohans carrying staffs, books, chimes, flywhisks, and other monastic accoutrements, all wearing loose-fitting robes cascading in voluminous folds and standing amid crashing waves.

Inscriptions: Lower left, signed ‘Painted with respect by the subject Ding Guanpeng’, two seals, ‘Subject’ and ‘Ding Guanpeng’

Provenance
: British trade.
Condition: Very good condition with minor wear and little foxing.

Dimensions: Image size 21.7 x 139.4 cm, Size incl. mounting 31.6 x 159.5 cm

Note that the figure to the very left appears to be Guanyin, not a Luohan, standing in a characteristic pose with her arms shrouded in her long sleeves and wearing a cowl.

Ding Guanpeng (active 1708-1771) was a Chinese painter who lived during the Qing dynasty. A native of Beijing, he was active from the later part of the Kangxi period to the mid-Qianlong period. At one point he studied oil painting under Giuseppe Castiglione. He was noted for painting people and landscapes, both in his own distinct style and by precisely copying the work of important masters. He spent about 50 years in the Palace Academy and painted at least 200 major works with his own hand.


Auction result comparison:
Type: Related
Auction: Christie’s Hong Kong, 1 November 2004, lot 887
Price: HKD 239,000 or approx. EUR 46,000 converted and adjusted for inflation at the time of writing
Description: Ding Guanpeng (active 1742-1754, attributed to)
Expert remark: Note the size (66 x 38 cm each) and that this lot comprises six paintings and has important and well documented provenance


丁觀鵬(活躍於1708-1771年)款《觀音羅漢圖》
中國,紙本水墨設色,卷軸。細節精美地描繪了幾位羅漢,比如長眉羅漢,一位年輕的僧人正向他鞠躬並舉著香爐。其他羅漢分別拿著自己的法器如法杖、書籍、編鐘、拂塵等,衣袍寬鬆,衣紋線條流暢。羅漢們站在在洶湧的海浪上,迎向觀音。觀音身著長袍,衣袍飛揚,似是迎風而行。

款識:臣丁觀鵬薰沐敬繪;鈴印:臣,丁觀鵬

來源:英國古玩交易市場。
品相:狀況極好,輕微磨損、褐變。

尺寸:畫面21.7 x 139.4 厘米,總31.6 x 159.5 厘米

拍賣結果比較:
形制:相近
拍賣:香港佳士得,2004年11月1日,lot 887
價格:HKD 239,000(相當於今日EUR 46,000
描述:丁觀鵬款《菩提達摩》
專家評論:請注意尺寸(各66 x 38 厘米) ,此組畫共有六福,有重要且記載完好的來源。

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