19 October - 19 October 2016
This exhibition features a range of early jades, bone carvings, archaic bronzes and inlaid metalwork. The objects range in date from the Neolithic period to the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) and many have passed through the hands of renowned collectors such as Luo Zhenyu, Pan Zuyin, Alexandre J. Argyropoulos, Edward T. Chow and Adolphe Stoclet
5 October - 25 November 2016
The highly-acclaimed Chinese ink painter, Zeng Xiaojun, has created ten new works which will be the focus of this exhibition.
14 October - 15 November 2015
The celebrated contemporary ink master, Liu Dan, has created ten new paintings to be exhibited at Eskenazi Limited to coincide with the opening of Frieze London and Asian Art in London. Four of the paintings are ambitious, large abstract landscapes, panoramic in scale, marked by energetic and textural brushwork. One in particular, Redefining Pleats of Matter, reflects Liu Dan’s life-long interest in Renaissance art and has been created in response to a Raphael drawing of Saint Benedict Receiving Maurus and Placidus. The subject of the six remaining paintings is scholars’ rocks, a traditional literati theme, which has been given a contemporary slant through Liu Dan’s exacting eye and meticulous brushwork.
8 May - 29 May 2015
This exhibition highlights a group of thirty important Song ceramics from a distinguished private collection. The Song period (960 - 1279) was an especially innovative and rich time for ceramic production and is often regarded as the ‘golden age’ of stoneware in China. This collection features outstanding examples from nearly all the main kilns from both north and south, including Guan, Ding, Jun, Yaozhou, Cizhou and Jizhou. Notable are the range of techniques used, the variety of shapes and indeed the extraordinary quality of the pieces, many previously owned by well-known collectors of the twentieth century, such as Lord Cunliffe, Mr and Mrs Alfred Clark and Alfred Schoenlicht.
15 October - 15 November 2014
Eight new works by the renowned contemporary ink painter, Li Huayi, are the focus of this exhibition.
This exhibition features twenty-two masterpieces of Chinese sculpture in stone, marble, gilt bronze and wood.
31 October - 22 November 2013
The exhibition is devoted entirely to Junyao, one of the 'five classic wares' of Song China.
The exhibition showcases one of the most important Chinese archaic ritual bronze vessels to be offered for sale in recent times.
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