"The results of this auction confirm that the Asian art market remains buoyant," says Phyllis Kao, Auctionata's Asian Arts specialist. "The representative lots in this auction – which include Tibetan works of art, Chinese export, Buddhist objects, later Qing dynasty porcelains and textiles – have been garnering interest over the past year. The Chinese classical paintings, such as the 20th century Dedication Painting attributed to Wang Xuetao, the archer's rings and agate shadow snuff bottles in this sale exemplify the continuing appeal of Asian objects globally, and these will only continue to grow in popularity."
The lots attracting the most attention were:
Asian Works of Art Auction Results*
10 | Green Tara Figure, Tibet, 18th/19th C. $24,000
66 | Attributed to Wang Xuetao, Dedication Painting, China, 20th C. $20,400
7 | Buddhist Lama, Tibet, 18th C. $6,000
19 | Two Carved Figures, Tibet, 16th/17th and 18th C. $6,000
25 | Eight Thangka, Tibet, 19th C. $6,000
11 | Kadampa Stupa, Tibet, 13th/14th C. $5,400
The next New York auction, Jewelry, will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 7 PM EST. For more information on the auction and its lots, visit Auctionata.com.
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*Estimates do not include buyer's premium and prices achieved include the hammer price plus buyer's premium.
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