Landscapes of natural awe imbued with poetic mood to be on offer at auction

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2024-06-11 14:24
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Paintings, calligraphy and antique objects of arts and crafts are on show at the preview exhibition of Beijing Poly's upcoming spring sales. [Photo provided to China Daily]

For generations, capturing the marvels of nature has stood as a cornerstone in the artistic endeavors of ink painters, who dedicated themselves to pioneering fresh brushwork styles and exploring diverse perspectives. This enduring tradition has yielded exquisite masterpieces over the centuries, with luminaries such as Fu Baoshi, Zhang Daqian, and Lu Yanshao making indelible marks in the realm of ink painting.

At the current preview exhibition of Beijing Poly's spring sales, running from Wednesday to Saturday, visitors are treated to a captivating display of fine artworks by these esteemed artists. Their works, imbued with a profound reverence for nature's beauty and a poetic grace, showcase innovative brush techniques that have propelled the evolution of Chinese ink painting into uncharted territories.

In addition to the mesmerizing ink paintings, the exhibition features a diverse array of treasures including porcelain artifacts, calligraphic scrolls, ancient manuscripts, and various other antiquities. This eclectic collection serves as a testament to the multifaceted interests and discerning tastes of collectors, offering a comprehensive exploration of China's rich cultural heritage and artistic legacy.

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