© Galerie Zacke
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A MING DYNASTY CIZHOU PAINTED FIGURE OF A MAN WITH A PIPA LUTE
Katalognummer: CA1218-045
Ceramic with creamy glaze and paintwork in Cizhou palette
China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)

The mustached man is sitting on a drum stool and wearing festive attire with and a small coolie hat that is tilting to the side. He is playing a lute, a so-called pipa with a curved neck made in the shape of a Ruyi scepter head.

Shape: Figural
Weight: 772 grams
Dimensions: 29 cm height
Condition: very good optical appearance, the head has been reattached and there is a small chip to the hem above his stretched-out foot
Provenance: from an American private collection

Auction result comparison: for comparable Cizhou painted figures of the Ming Dynasty see Bonhams, ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS, 15 Nov 2011, SAN FRANCISCO, lot 3319 or Christie’s, The Art of Asia, Online, 29 November - 8 December 2016, Lot 71.

明代磁州琵琶琴師
白釉黑底
中國, 明代 (1368-1644)

造型:人物造型
重量: 772 克
尺寸:高29 厘米
品相:視覺效果非常好,頭部重新被粘過,伸出的那隻脚的脚面有小磕碰

Nachverkauf:  verkauft/sold

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