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Lot 414: CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941). A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3) ????

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941).   A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3)   ????
  • CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941).   A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3)   ????
  • CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941).   A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3)   ????
  • CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941).   A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3)   ????
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Description: CAI HUA (1847 – 1913), QIAN HUI’AN (1833 – 1911) AND CHEN ZHAOHAN (1855 – 1941). A set of three rectangular free standing carved wood screens, the top panel carved and pierced with dragons, bordered with incised patterns of squirrels with grapes, each supported on four feet, carved as Buddhist lion dogs, one side of each inset with a figurative painting by either Cai Hua (1847 – 1913), or his students Qian Hui’an (1833 – 1911) and Chen Zhaohan (1855 – 1941), the reverse with a calligraphic panel with quotes from the Si Yong Tie or Yiguo Zi Chidu, 195cm H. (3) ????

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