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CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL

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CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL
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CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL. Top Diam.22cm. H.18cm

LOT 52 TO LOT 182 FROM COLLECTION OF OWNER OF PLUM BLOSSOM STUDIO. The owner of Plum Blossom Studio is Yakichiro Suma, a native of Akita, Japan. Suma is known as "Sheng Long Shan Ren" and "Plum Blossom Studio"(called directly according to his study), a famous Japanese diplomat and spy in the Showa era. From 1927 to 1937, he worked in China for nearly eleven years, serving successively as the second class secretary of the Japanese embassy in Beijing, the Japanese cansul in Guangdong, and the first class secretary of the Japanese embassy in Nanking (consul-general of Naning), etc. In 1939, he moved to puppet Manchukuo and was promoted to Minister of Intelligence of Foreign Affairs Ministry. As a diplomat in China for many years, he found himself in the period when China was undergoing the Xinhai Revolution and the Qing Dynasty was plunged into chaos and disintegration. As a result, the Qing government, pricely families and high-ranking officials sold their famous paintings and calligraphy, antiques and precious artifacts in the market. Suma purchased a raft of renowned works including those from Luo Zhenyu, Duanfang, Wang Guowei, Qi Baishi, Pu Mo, Wu Hufan, Zhang Daqian, Liang Qichao, Cai Yuanpei, Zhang Binglin, Wu changshuo and Yu Jinhe. On top of that, thanks to his special status, he quickly established a very complete system of Chinese art collection. It covered Chinese porcelain, paintign and calligraphy, Buddhist statues, and many other categories, with the collection of paintings and calligraphy by Qi Baishi representing a significant portion of the collection. His collection is widely acclaimed in East Asia.
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Good condition, no damage, no restoration. Hand-drawn painting. Not prints or copies. We show wear and tear, imperfections or effects of age in images. Contact us if you need verbal condition report. All counts, weights and measurements are approximate. Ignorance of terms by buyer is no excuse to bring action against the auction house or consignor. All sell as is and where as is, authentication of the artwork or antique has not been established nor is it implied. Pieces are being sold ""As Is"". No additional information regarding provenance will be provided after the auction. Authentic is not reason for return or unpaid results.
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CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL

Estimate $2,000 - $3,000
Oct 29, 2022
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0153: CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL
Lot Passed26 Bids
Est. $2,000 - $3,000Starting Price $100
Collection of Plum Blossom Studio
Oct 29, 2022 8:00 PM EDT
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CHINESE PORCELAIN WUCAI BEAUTIES SCHOLAR TABLE BOWL. Top Diam.22cm. H.18cm

LOT 52 TO LOT 182 FROM COLLECTION OF OWNER OF PLUM BLOSSOM STUDIO. The owner of Plum Blossom Studio is Yakichiro Suma, a native of Akita, Japan. Suma is known as "Sheng Long Shan Ren" and "Plum Blossom Studio"(called directly according to his study), a famous Japanese diplomat and spy in the Showa era. From 1927 to 1937, he worked in China for nearly eleven years, serving successively as the second class secretary of the Japanese embassy in Beijing, the Japanese cansul in Guangdong, and the first class secretary of the Japanese embassy in Nanking (consul-general of Naning), etc. In 1939, he moved to puppet Manchukuo and was promoted to Minister of Intelligence of Foreign Affairs Ministry. As a diplomat in China for many years, he found himself in the period when China was undergoing the Xinhai Revolution and the Qing Dynasty was plunged into chaos and disintegration. As a result, the Qing government, pricely families and high-ranking officials sold their famous paintings and calligraphy, antiques and precious artifacts in the market. Suma purchased a raft of renowned works including those from Luo Zhenyu, Duanfang, Wang Guowei, Qi Baishi, Pu Mo, Wu Hufan, Zhang Daqian, Liang Qichao, Cai Yuanpei, Zhang Binglin, Wu changshuo and Yu Jinhe. On top of that, thanks to his special status, he quickly established a very complete system of Chinese art collection. It covered Chinese porcelain, paintign and calligraphy, Buddhist statues, and many other categories, with the collection of paintings and calligraphy by Qi Baishi representing a significant portion of the collection. His collection is widely acclaimed in East Asia.
Condition
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Good condition, no damage, no restoration. Hand-drawn painting. Not prints or copies. We show wear and tear, imperfections or effects of age in images. Contact us if you need verbal condition report. All counts, weights and measurements are approximate. Ignorance of terms by buyer is no excuse to bring action against the auction house or consignor. All sell as is and where as is, authentication of the artwork or antique has not been established nor is it implied. Pieces are being sold ""As Is"". No additional information regarding provenance will be provided after the auction. Authentic is not reason for return or unpaid results.
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