Fine Art Asia 2018: Final Day Highlights

October 2, 2018

H.W.C. Dullaert (Booth E1)

Expertise: Antique porcelain and works of art

Founded in 1990 in a monumental 17th century canal house in Amsterdam dating from 1648

 

Collection of Chinese plates 
Ming Dynasty, 17th century 
D. 12-22 cm

 

 

Teresa Coleman Fine Arts (Booth G2)

Expertise: Antique Chinese embroidered costumes and textiles

Found in 1982, has been regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on the magnificent formal dragon robes worn by the Emperor, princes and Imperial ministers

 

An Imperial canopy of embroidered yellow silk with nine gold couched dragons within a lishui border of waves and celestial mountains 
Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period (1736-1795) 
H. 107 x W. 110 cm

 

 

Susan Ollemans Oriental Art (Booth B12)

Expertise: Chinese, Vietnam, Cambodian, Thai and Indonesian antique jewellery and related items

Founded in 1979, specialized in Mughal antique gold Indian jewellery,  antique gold articles from China and Southeast Asia and Chinese work of art

 

Jewelled Bazu band
Northeastern India
c. 19th century
H. 3.6 x W. 15.1 cm

 

 

Santos (Booth A12)

Expertise: Chinese porcelain and works of art

Founded in 1979, a leading dealer in Chinese porcelain of the 15th to 19th centuries

 

A fine and small white glazed Chinese porcelain stem cup with dragon “hidden” decoration (暗花; ànhuā),

under-glaze cobalt blue Chenghua six-character mark but c. 1680, Kangxi reign, Qing Dynasty
H. 6 cm
Illustrated: Tang to Qing Ceramics, by A. Varela Santos, 2017/2018 catalogue, cat. 35

 

 

The Friends of the Art Museum, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Booth A10)

Founded in 1981 to promote the study and appreciation of Chinese art and culture. As a non-profit making charitable organization, the Friends organise a range of activities including lectures, trips and overseas tours as fundraising activities for annual scholarships to art students at the Chinese University and contribute to the acquisition fund of the Art Museum. 

 

Aims of the Friends of the Art Museum, the Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Fostering public interest in the Art Museum;

  • Providing scholarship and grants for students in Oriental Studies;

  • Providing funds to the Art Museum to assist in building the permanent collection;

  • Encouraging the study and appreciation of Chinese art and culture within the Hong Kong community

Board Members of The Friends of the Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

 

Exhibition (Culturist)

Booth M5 Daguan

Based in Taiwan and Shanghai, a new brand of Chinese classic art publication with exhibitions, ever-changing information introduced.

 

http://www.yamore.com.tw/DG/index.php

 

 

 

Special corner

Arts of Asia, the world’s leading fine magazine of Asian art was founded in 1970. The magazines are distributed to ninety countries with six times of publication in a year. In addition, it has a tradition of meticulously cataloging and storing back issues, which preserve the historical record as well as provide scholars of Asian art with abundance of research resource.

 

https://www.artsofasianet.com/about/about.php

 

 

 

 

About Fine Art Asia

Fine Art Asia is recognised by the international art world as Asia’s leading fine art fair. On display are museum-quality art works spanning over 5,000 years of cultural history, from ancient Chinese bronzes through to contemporary art. Since its inception in 2006, Fine Art Asia has attracted an increasing number of leading international galleries while earning worldwide recognition. Fine Art Asia is unique: the only fair in Asia to showcase a wide range of collectible fine art from Asia and the West. Fine Art Asia is staged during the peak art season in Hong Kong. The fair coincides with major fine art auctions held in the same venue, and attracts a high-profile, sophisticated audience of leading dealers, collectors, curators, connoisseurs and art lovers from all over the world.

 

General opening:

Vernissage 28th September     6pm-9pm

29th September                       11am-7pm

30th September                       11am-7pm

1st October                              11am-7pm

2nd October                             11am-6pm

 

Venue:

Hall 3, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

 

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