News about Fu Baoshi
ALAMEDA, Calif. – Michaan’s Asian Fine Works of Art auction of Monday, Dec. 14, holds many prestigious works but none more highly anticipated than Fu Baoshi’s ink and color scroll titled Wandering Poet, which has an estimate of $200,000-$300,000.
BEVERLY, Mass. – On Sept. 21, Kaminski Auctions will bring to the podium an exceptional pair of Chinese paintings. The pair of watercolor paintings by Fu Baoshi, each depicting a scholar viewing a waterfall in a rocky landscape, will be the highlight of Kaminski’s fine Asian art and antiques auction. The paintings were purchased 30 […]
NEW YORK – The value of the offerings in Gianguan Auctions’ Dec. 12 sale rests not only on the standards of rarity, design and craftsmanship but also on the symbolism projected. While Western collectors may overlook deeper meanings of the subject matter in paintings, on ceramics and carved into jade, Chinese collectors will take into […]
NEW YORK — Fu Baoshi lived through some of the most tumultuous times in China’s history. Born in 1904 in the Jiangxi Province, near the close of the Qing dynasty, his informal art education began in a ceramics shop at age 12. His art is closely tied to China’s politics, and the two stories are […]