翰墨丹青—中國書畫專場 Refined Brushwork: Fine Chinese Paintings

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羅芙奧2018春季拍賣會 翰墨丹青—中國書畫專場
Ravenel Spring Auction 2018 Refined Brushwork: Fine Chinese Paintings

SPRING REFINED BRUSHWORK: AUCTION FINE CHINESE 2018 PAINTINGS TAIPEI


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS

The auction will strictly abide by the Transaction Agreement set out by Ravenel Ltd. Prior to participating in the auction, bidders are advised to read and

understand the following regulations:

1. Interested parties must complete the registration procedures with valid personal identifications (i.e. Identification card, Passport, etc.). The completion

of a registration form and the payment of a bidding deposit are required.

2. Bidding deposit in the amount of NT$ 600,000 or US$ 20,000.

3. The bidding deposit must be transferred to Ravenel's specified Bank account prior to 30th May 2018, details as follow:

Beneficiary's Bank: HSBC BANK (Taiwan) Limited.

SWIFT Code: HSBCTWTP

Beneficiary's Name: Ravenel Ltd.

Beneficiary's Account No:001-234830-031(NT$) 或 001-234830-061(US$)

Beneficiary Bank Address: 14F, No. 333, Sec 1, Keelung Road, Taipei 110, Taiwan

The bank should be notified that the transfer must be exactly the amount of bidding deposit. The payer will be responsible for any associated bank

service fees.

4. After the 30th May 2018, parties interested in obtaining a paddle number must submit a cash security deposit during the Taipei previews (From 31st

May to 1st Jun 2018). Acceptance will cease on 1st Jun by 6 pm (No other forms of payment will be accepted).

5. Telephone/written/internet bids: In the event that the bidder chooses not to be present at venue on the day of the auction, the bidder may place a bid

through means of a telephone, written or internet bid. A registration form must be completed and the bidding deposit transferred to Ravenel's specified

Bank account before the 30th May 2018.

6. If the bidding deposit has been transferred prior to 30th May 2018, suitable proof or documentation is required. Once this information is verified, the

payer will be contacted for details of his/her/its paddle number.

7. If the payment of the bidding deposit is made on the day of the auction, the payer may obtain his/her/its paddle number with valid personal

identification (i.e. Identification Card, passport, etc.) for purposes of verification.

8. Return of the Security Deposit:

(1) Completed Transaction:

(a) For successful bidder with a bidding deposit made through wire transfer, the hammer price, buyer's premium and other expenses will be

deducted from the bidding deposit, any remaining value will be returned to the successful bidder within 14 business days through means of a

wire transfer.

(b) For successful bidders with bidding deposit made by Cash, the hammer price, buyer's premium and other expenses will be deducted from the

bidding deposit, any remaining value will be returned to the successful bidder on the same day after the auction for a cash refund.

(c) If the Buyer, without any good cause, fails to pay any and all payment (including but without limitation, hammer price, buyer's Premium, and

other expenses) of the Lot to the Company within 7 days after the auction date, the Buyer shall not claim for the return of the bidding deposit.

(2) Nil Transaction: If the bidder is not able to purchase any lot and has no outstanding debts to the Company, the Company will return the bidding

deposit to the bidder. For individuals with a bidding deposit transferred by wire, the bidding deposit will be returned within 14 business days

through means of a wire transfer. Cash bidding deposit will be returned to individuals on the same day after the auction.

9. Successful bidder must settle the payment (hammer price with buyer's premium) prior to receiving the lot(s) on site. If the price exceeds the amount of

the bidding deposit, the successful bidder may settle the outstanding balance through the following means:

(1) A cash payment must not exceed NT$ 1,000,000.

(2) A credit or China UnionPay payment: The credit payment must not exceed NT$ 1,000,000. The holder of the credit card or China UnionPay must

be the successful bidder, credit payments from any title except for the successful bidder will not be permitted nor accepted.

10. Ravenel Ltd. retains full discretion to accept or decline a payment in the event of any unforeseen disputes or discrepancies.

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2. 競 投 保 證 金 : 新 台 幣 陸 拾 萬 元 或 貳 萬 美 金 。

3. 競 投 保 證 金 需 於 2018 年 5 月 30 日 以 前 完 成 匯 款 至 本 公 司 指 定 帳 號 如 下 :

銀 行 : 匯 豐 ( 台 灣 ) 商 業 銀 行 - 台 北 分 行

銀 行 代 碼 :0810016

戶 名 : 羅 芙 奧 股 份 有 限 公 司

帳 號 :001-234830-031( 新 台 幣 ) 或 001-234830-061( 美 金 )

地 址 : 台 北 市 基 隆 路 一 段 333 號 14 樓

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8. 競 投 保 證 金 退 還 方 式 :

(1) 有 成 交 :

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將 於 拍 賣 當 日 以 現 金 退 還 給 買 家 。

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(1) 現 鈔 : 上 限 新 台 幣 壹 百 萬 元 。

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RAVENEL SPRING AUCTION 2018

Refined Brushwork: Fine Chinese Paintings

羅 芙 奧 2018 春 季 拍 賣 會

翰 墨 丹 青 — 中 國 書 畫 專 場

AUCTION

拍 賣 日 期 / 地 點

Saturday, 2 June 2018, 3:30 pm

Taipei Marriott Hotel 3F (Grand Space Hall)

No. 199 Lequn 2nd Road, Zhong Shan District, Taipei

2018 年 6 月 2 日 ( 六 ) 下 午 3:30

台 北 萬 豪 酒 店 三 樓 ( 博 覽 廳 )

台 北 市 中 山 區 樂 群 二 路 199 號 3 樓

PREVIEWS

預 展 日 期 / 地 點

Taichung

Saturday, 12 May 2018, 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Sunday, 13 May 2018, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Fong-Yi Art Gallery

B1, No. 110, Section 1, Wuquan W. Rd., West Dist., Taichung

台 中

2018 年 5 月 12 日 ( 六 ) 下 午 1:00 至 下 午 6:00

2018 年 5 月 13 日 ( 日 ) 上 午 11:00 至 下 午 6:00

豐 藝 館

台 中 市 西 區 五 權 西 路 一 段 110 號

Kaohsiung

Saturday, 19 May 2018, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sunday, 20 May 2018, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

J.P. Art Center

8F, No.63, Wufu 3rd. Rd., Qianjin Dist., Kaohsiung

高 雄

2018 年 5 月 19 日 ( 六 ) 下 午 11:00 至 下 午 6:00

2018 年 5 月 20 日 ( 日 ) 下 午 11:00 至 下 午 6:00

琢 璞 藝 術 中 心

高 雄 市 前 金 區 五 福 三 路 63 號 8 樓

Taipei

Thursday, 31 May 2018, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday, 1 June 2018, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday, 2 June 2018, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

Taipei Marriott Hotel 3F (Grand Space Hall)

No. 199 Lequn 2nd Road, Zhong Shan District, Taipei

台 北

2018 年 5 月 31 日 ( 四 ) 上 午 10:00 至 下 午 6:00

2018 年 6 月 1 日 ( 五 ) 上 午 10:00 至 下 午 6:00

2018 年 6 月 2 日 ( 六 ) 上 午 10:00 至 下 午 3:30

台 北 萬 豪 酒 店 三 樓 ( 博 覽 廳 )

台 北 市 中 山 區 樂 群 二 路 199 號 3 樓

As requested by the Buyer, we are delighted to offer the condition reports of all the auction items provided, however, such items will be sold “as

is”. In addition, the Buyer is requested to take note of the transaction agreement and the explanations of the provisions regarding the notice of

no-guarantee. This auction catalogue: NT$ 2,000 per copy


Arthur WANG

王 鎮 華

Chairman 董 事 長

Clara KUO

郭 倩 如

Vice Chairman 副 董 事 長

Wendy LEE

李 雅 欣

Chief Executive Officer 執 行 長

何 瑩 Vivi He

古 文 物 部 總 監

Director, Head of Department

周 媛 玲 Connie Chau

執 行 長 特 助

Executive Assistant

陳 砥 翰 Masa Chen

古 文 物 及 書 畫 部 經 理

Manager, Fine Chinese Works of Art

and Paintings Department

林 美 夆 Annika Lin

客 戶 發 展 部 經 理

Manager, Client Development Department

謝 幸 航 Roger Hsieh

古 文 物 及 書 畫 部 經 理

Manager, Fine Chinese Works of Art

and Paintings Department

臧 育 嫻 Angela Chang

業 務 助 理 台 北

Sales Assistant Taipei

朱 毅 Walter Zhu

業 務 代 表 北 京

Representative Beijing

李 政 希 Xiu Lee

業 務 代 表 上 海

Business Representative Shanghai

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目 次 / Contents

4 給 予 買 家 的 重 要 通 知

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BUYERS

8 羅 芙 奧 秋 季 拍 賣 會

SALE INFORMATION

10 羅 芙 奧 之 服 務

RAVENEL SERVICES

12 翰 墨 丹 青 - 中 國 書 畫

Refined Brushwork: Fine Chinese Paintings

71 委 託 競 投 表 格

ABSENTEE BID FORM

73 業 務 規 則

TRANSACTION AGREEMENT

78 畫 家 索 引

INDEX


RAVENEL STAFF AND SERVICES FOR THIS SALE

SPECIALISTS

Director, Head of Department

Vivi He

Tel: +852 2889 0859

Email: vivihe@ravenel.com

Masa Chen

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 588

Email: masachen@ravenel.com

Roger Hsieh

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 587

Email: rogerhsieh@ravenel.com

Annika Lin

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 909

Email: annikalin@ravenel.com

Connie Chau

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 908

Email: conniechau@ravenel.com

PHONE BIDS AND WRITTEN BIDS

Hong Kong, International

Vivi He

Tel: +852 2889 0859

Email: vivihe@ravenel.com

Taiwan

Angela Chang

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 585

Email: angelachang@ravenel.com

Beijing

Walter Zhu

Tel: +86 10 8587 8099

Email: yizhu@ravenel.com

CATALOGUE SUBSCRIPTION

Taiwan

Angela Chang

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext. 585

Email: angelachang@ravenel.com

Hong Kong, International

Eric Siu

Tel: +852 2889 0859

Email: ericsiu@ravenel.com

Beijing

Walter Zhu

Tel: +86 10 8587 8099

Email: yizhu@ravenel.com

Shanghai

Xiu Lee

Tel: +86 21 6228 2883

Email: xiulee@ravenel.com

The catalogues are available for subscription. For details

of subscription, please refer to the explanations of the catalogue

or contact the above persons.

COLLECTION AND SHIPPING

Taiwan

Tommy Wu

Tel: +886 2 2708 9868 ext.885

Email: tommywu@ravenel.com

Hong Kong, International

Eric Siu

Tel: +852 2889 0859

Email: ericsiu@ravenel.com

China

Walter Zhu

Tel: +86 10 8587 8099

Email: yizhu@ravenel.com

Remarks:

All the items auctioned may be collected upon receipt of

payments. The Buyers are requested to arrange for collection

as soon as possible to facilitate warehouse inventory

circulation and centralize management. We accept personal

and corporate checks, however collection may be made

only when such checks are honored. We apologize for no

acceptance of traveler's checks. Other items may be collected

at the Ravenel Ltd. The business hours are 9:30 am

to 6:30 pm, Monday to Friday.

Our professional administration department may make

recommendations of arrangement or the most appropriate

transportation for you.

Ravenel is glad to provide you with the condition report

of any of the items at the auction, however, the buyers

must note that all the items at the auction are sold “as is”.

Please refer to the Transaction Agreement at the back of

the catalogue. Please refer to the “Transaction Agreement

to the Buyers”.

Shanghai

Xiu Lee

Tel: +86 21 6228 2883

Email: xiulee@ravenel.com

Remarks:

If you are unable to attend the auction in person, you may

tender the bid by phone or you may use the absentee bid

forms attached at the back of the auction catalogue to tender

your bid. It is also possible to bid online for selected

lots. Please refer to ravenel.com for more information.

In view of the limited phone line services at the auction,

please inform us 24 hours prior to the auction for arrangements,

including any foreign language assistance for the

bidding.

ONLINE BIDS

Register at Invaluable

www.invaluable.com

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諮 詢 專 家

目 錄 訂 閱

取 貨 及 運 輸 事 宜

何 瑩

電 話 :+852 2889 0859

電 子 信 箱 :vivihe@ravenel.com

陳 砥 翰

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 588

電 子 信 箱 :masachen@ravenel.com

謝 幸 航

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 587

電 子 信 箱 :rogerhsieh@ravenel.com

林 美 夆

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 909

電 子 信 箱 :annikalin@ravenel.com

周 媛 玲

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 908

電 子 信 箱 :conniechau@ravenel.com

電 話 書 面 競 標 聯 絡 人

香 港 . 國 際

何 瑩

電 話 :+852 2889 0859

電 子 信 箱 :vivihe@ravenel.com

台 灣

臧 育 嫻

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 585

電 子 信 箱 :angelachang@ravenel.com

台 灣

臧 育 嫻

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 585

電 子 信 箱 :angelachang@ravenel.com

香 港 . 國 際

邵 俊 豪

電 話 :+852 2889 0859

電 子 信 箱 :ericsiu@ravenel.com

北 京

朱 毅

電 話 :+86 10 8587 8099

電 子 信 箱 :yizhu@ravenel.com

上 海

李 政 希

電 話 :+86 21 6228 2883

電 子 信 箱 :xiulee@ravenel.com

本 目 錄 開 放 各 界 訂 閱 , 詳 細 訂 閱 辦 法 , 請 參 照 目 錄 之

說 明 或 請 洽 上 述 聯 絡 人 。

台 灣

吳 博 峯

電 話 :+886 2 2708 9868 轉 885

電 子 信 箱 :tommywu@ravenel.com

香 港 . 國 際

邵 俊 豪

電 話 :+852 2889 0859

電 子 信 箱 :ericsiu@ravenel.com

中 國

朱 毅

電 話 :+86 10 8587 8099

電 子 信 箱 :yizhu@ravenel.com

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可 在 羅 芙 奧 辦 公 室 提 領 , 上 班 時 間 為 週 一 至 週 五 上 午

9:30 至 下 午 6:30。

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的 運 輸 方 式 。

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照 買 家 需 注 意 事 項 。

北 京

朱 毅

電 話 :+86 10 8587 8099

電 子 信 箱 :yizhu@ravenel.com

上 海

李 政 希

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電 子 信 箱 :xiulee@ravenel.com

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Ravenel 14 | 14


REFINED BRUSHWORK:

FINE CHINESE PAINTINGS

翰 墨 丹 青 — 中 國 書 畫 專 場

Saturday, 2 June 2018

3:30 pm

Taipei Marriott Hotel

Lots 601 – 628


601

LUO FU

(Taiwanese, 1928-2018)

Poem in Running Script

Ink on paper, framed

107 x 23 cm (each)

Signed LUO FU in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

NT$ 40,000 – 80,000

HK$ 11,000 – 22,000

US$ 1,400 – 2,800

RMB 9,000 – 17,000




107 x 23 cm (each)



Ravenel 16


602

LUO FU

(Taiwanese, 1928-2018)

Poem in Running Script

Ink on paper, scroll

176.5 x 35.5 cm (each)

Signed LUO FU in Chinese

With three seals of the artist

ILLUSTRATED:

Works of Luo Fu, Huoke International Art Group, Taipei, 2001

NT$ 60,000 – 120,000

HK$ 16,000 – 32,000

US$ 2,100 – 4,100

RMB 13,000 – 26,000




176.5 x 35.5 cm (each)





2001


603

JI KANG

(Taiwanese, 1911-2007)

Lady

Ink and colour on paper, scroll

123 xw 44.5 cm

Signed JI KANG in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

NT$ 80,000 – 160,000

HK$ 22,000 – 43,000

US$ 2,800 – 5,500

RMB 17,000 – 35,000




123 x 44.5 cm



Ravenel 18


604

AU HO-NIEN

(Taiwanese, b.1935)

Birds and Wisteria

Ink and colour on paper, framed

44.5 x 30 cm

Signed HO-NIEN in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

NT$ 80,000 – 160,000

HK$ 22,000 – 43,000

US$ 2,800 – 5,500

RMB 17,000 – 35,000




44.5 x 30 cm


605

LIAO HORNG-SHING

(Taiwanese, b.1964)

Lady

1988

Ink and colour on paper, framed

136.5 x 69.5 cm

Signed HORNG-SHING in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

NT$ 130,000 – 220,000

HK$ 35,000 – 59,000

US$ 4,500 – 7,600

RMB 28,000 – 48,000



1988


136.5 x 69.5 cm



Ravenel 20


606

CHEN YUNG-MO

(Taiwanese, b.1961)

Heart Sutra ; Guanyin and Child

1990

Ink on paper, scroll

85 x 33 cm

Signed CHEN YUNG-MO in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

PUBLISHED:

The Paintings of Chen Yung-Mo, Ching Yun Gallery,

Taipei, 1992, Plate 23

NT$ 140,000 – 240,000

HK$ 38,000 – 65,000

US$ 4,800 – 8,300

RMB 30,000 – 52,000



1990


85 x 33 cm






1992 23


607

CHANG YUN-MING

(Taiwanese, b.1949)

River from the Sky

1986

Ink and colour on paper, framed

77 x 69.5 cm

Signed CHANG YUN-MING in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

ILLUSTRATED:

Reader's Digest, Taipei, April 1988

NT$ 110,000 – 220,000

HK$ 30,000 – 59,000

US$ 3,800 – 7,600

RMB 24,000 – 48,000



1986


77 x 69.5 cm





1988 4

Ravenel 22


608

CHEN TING-SHIH

(Chinese, 1916-2002)

Landscape

Ink on paper, framed

57 x 39 cm

Signed CHEN TING-SHIH in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Obtained from the collection of Ms Kuo Liang-hui

(Acquired from the artist)

NT$ 110,000 – 220,000

HK$ 30,000 – 59,000

US$ 3,800 – 7,600

RMB 24,000 – 48,000




57 x 39 cm





Ravenel 24


609

WANG JI-QIAN

(Chinese, 1906-2002)

Bamboo and Stone

1986

Ink and colour on paper, framed

48 x 62 cm

Signed WANG JI-QIAN in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Obtained from the collection of Mr William Suen

(the elder son of Ms Kuo Liang-hui)

NT$ 170,000 – 280,000

HK$ 46,000 – 75,000

US$ 5,900 – 9,600

RMB 37,000 – 61,000



1986


48 x 62 cm





Ravenel 26


1925-1985

9

19495


















Lot 612

Ravenel 28


Lot 611 Lot 610

"Flower and Bird" is a prevalent genre among traditional Chinese painters. Each painter has their own characteristics. Among these artists

is Yu Chung-lin, a gifted and well-acclaimed gongbi painter among the collectors’ circle. Inspired by his uncle Xu Zhonghai, a famous

flower and bird painter, Yu started his practice early on. After the war in 1949, Yu moved to Taiwan and followed Jin Boqin. Since then,

he devoted his lifetime in painting and gained his well-deserved fame among the art community.

Yu once wrote, "…I put a lot of effort on flower and bird paintings. My strategy is to meticulously observe an object, understand every

detail of the subject matter, eg. the number of petals on a certain flower, its colour, its form in full bloom, its form in half bloom, the

shape of its leaf, etc. When these figures are sketched in detail, as time goes by, one would know how to draw the figure with ease.

Another way is to collect as many references of flower and birds from multifarious ways, such as through magazines. With regard to the

elegance of a painting, one has to study traditional paintings. These paintings carries a fascinating aura which cannot be easily imitated

and should be studied by learners. I have high respect to Song paintings, regardless of their landscape or their flower and bird paintings.

In my opinion, one shouldn’t copy these paintings, but to feel them personally and learn from them, so that one could eventually paint

with the aura."

There are a few points to note from Yu’s creative methodology: 1, Meticulously painting the details by observation; 2, Painstakingly

studying Song paintings; 3, Creatively transforming a painting by blending multitude skills learnt from old masters.

Structure of a painting and matching of colours had always been the core elements to YU Chung-lin. The artist once said, "Harmony in

colour scheme forms the core of the painting. Colour of flowers has always been the most eye-catching element, and with many flowers

cluttering together, the treatment of colours could be a challenge. If the painting needs to be an extravagant one, colour harmony might

not be the key. In this case, tonality is needed to highlight the subject matter; or emphasize the subject to make it stand out. This method

might not be said previously by old masters, but it is observed to be their usual practice. Ma Lin's painting in the National Palace Museum

is an example, with a boy in a very tiny scale at the corner, as he is not important to the painting. This method is a conventional yet

modern concept."

Yu’s tactful application of skills and his detailed observation lifted his fame as a gongbi painter among art lovers in Taiwan and beyond.


610

YU CHUNG-LIN

(Chinese, 1925-1985)

Chicks and Strawberries

1979

Ink and colour on paper, framed

49 x 32 cm

Signed CHUNG-LIN in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from the artist's daughter

ILLUSTRATED:

Elegance and Grace: A Commemorative Collection of

Flower and Bird Paintings by Yu Chung-Lin, National

Museum of History, Taipei, 2012, pp.112-113



1979


49 x 32 cm






: 88

2012 112-113

NT$ 130,000 – 220,000

HK$ 35,000 – 59,000

US$ 4,500 – 7,600

RMB 28,000 – 48,000

1979







Chicks and Strawberries was made in the early summer of 1979,

and is a perfect example of careful colour selection and Yu’s

typical pictorial structure. By putting two tiny subjects, chicks and

strawberries, at the top, the lower part of the painting is lightly

coloured in green. This structure forms a balance in visual elements,

creating harmony in the whole artwork. The interaction of the chicks

is depicted, as if they are discussing the flowers and the fruits. From

the different forms of flowers, one can see the artist's immense effort

on objects’ depiction, which echoes with his ideology of painting

objects through close observation.

Ravenel 30


611

YU CHUNG-LIN

(Chinese, 1925-1985)

White Lotus

1973

Ink and colour on paper, Framed

47 x 55 cm

Signed CHUNG-LIN in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from the artist's daughter

ILLUSTRATED:

Elegance and Grace: A Commemorative Collection of

Flower and Bird Paintings by Yu Chung-Lin, National

Museum of History, Taipei, 2012, pp.172-173



1973


47 x 55 cm






: 88

2012 172-173

NT$ 170,000 – 280,000

HK$ 46,000 – 75,000

US$ 5,900 – 9,600

RMB 37,000 – 61,000






Painted in mid-summer, White Lotus featured a huge lotus leaf

dominating the whole painting. The method of splash ink was

applied at the center, with a careful treatment of adjacent objects,

highlighting the smothering heat of summer. Using the contrast of

bright white petals against the dominant blue colour of its leaves,

the eye is dragged towards the edges, fully utilising the spaces of the

paintings. Same as the previous paintings, the flowers were carefully

depicted to display their different forms, adding character and

vibrancy to the painting.

Ravenel 32


612

YU CHUNG-LIN

(Chinese, 1925-1985)

Red-crowned Cranes beside Bamboo Forest

1966

Ink and colour on silk, framed

49 x 74 cm

Signed CHUNG-LIN in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from the artist's daughter

ILLUSTRATED:

Elegance and Grace: A Commemorative Collection of

Flower and Bird Paintings by Yu Chung-Lin, National

Museum of History, Taipei, 2012, pp.120-121



1966


49 x 74 cm






: 88

2012 120-121

NT$ 240,000 – 360,000

HK$ 65,000 – 97,000

US$ 8,300 – 12,400

RMB 52,000 – 78,000








In this painting, the structure of this painting was well-planned,

with cranes and bamboo as the main theme. Yu used the contrast

of colours to highlight the white cranes, and the colour structure

echoes with the ideology of the artist. The two cranes were painted

meticulously in detail, without neglecting their characters, one

tidying its feathers, and the other looking at the audience. The

layered structure of bamboos at the background brings the eye from

the cranes to the bamboos, finally to the rocks at the bottom. This

painstaking treatment of layering and colour harmony highlight the

style of Yu's paintings with an auspicious greeting.

Ravenel 34


613

SUN YUNSHENG

(Chinese, 1918-2000)

Landscape

1990

Ink and colour on paper, framed

54 x 91 cm

Signed SUN YUNSHENG in Chinese

With four seals of the artist

NT$ 160,000 – 260,000

HK$ 43,000 – 70,000

US$ 5,500 – 9,000

RMB 35,000 – 56,000



1990


54 x 91 cm




Ravenel 36


大 隱 於 市 . 陋 巷 中 的 將 軍 : 余 承 堯

1898-1933194556

1966Rockefeller Foundation







Ravenel 38


A Retired General and Great Hermit Artist: Yu Cheng-Yao

Yu Cheng-yao (1898-1933) began his art practice at the age of 56 and participated in exhibitions in the US

for two years. In his retired life, he gained an accomplished fame in music research, thus becoming one of the

few literati who excelled in poems, calligraphy, paintings and music.

The paintings featured in this Sale are depicted with Yu's typical style and structure. Despite Yu's deviances

with traditional painting practices, the mountainous characteristics carry the same idealistic qualities as

traditional Chinese paintings.


614

YU CHENG-YAO

(Chinese, 1898-1993)

Poem in Cursive Script

1989

Ink on paper, framed

69.5 x 28.5 cm

Signed YU CHENG-YAO in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

NOTE:

The paper of this artwork was given to the

artist by Mr Chang Tsong-zung, Johnson

PROVENANCE:

Han Tang Arts & Culture Center, Taipei

Private Collection, Asia

NT$ 90,000 – 180,000

HK$ 24,000 – 49,000

US$ 3,100 – 6,200

RMB 20,000 – 39,000



1989


69.5 x 28.5 cm









Ravenel 40


A Retired General and Great Hermit Artist: Yu Cheng-Yao

615

YU CHENG-YAO

(Chinese, 1898-1993)

Poem in Cursive Script

1990

Ink on paper

44.5 x 142 cm

Signed YU CHENG-YAO in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Han Tang Arts & Culture Center, Taipei

Private Collection, Asia



1990


44.5 x 142 cm







NT$ 130,000 – 220,000

HK$ 35,000 – 59,000

US$ 4,500 – 7,600

RMB 28,000 – 48,000


Lot 614Lot 615





Yu studied calligraphy early on during the Japanese occupation. His

calligraphy paintings (Lot 614, Lot 615) possess great variances in

brushworks enhancing the vibrancy which echoes with old calligraphy

masters Huaisu from Tang dynasty. Yu had great interest in stone

rubbings, which enhances his expression with lines and space.


616

YU CHENG-YAO

(Chinese, 1898-1993)

Landscape

Ink on paper, framed

47 x 60 cm

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Han Tang Arts & Culture Center, Taipei

Private Collection, Asia




47 x 60 cm





NT$ 320,000 – 480,000

HK$ 86,000 – 129,000

US$ 11,000 – 16,500

RMB 69,000 – 104,000






This work plays with the diversity of space. Using the overlapping

lines and colours to lead the eye from afar, the painting opens up to

the audience with details of the landscape. The multifarious forms of

ink adds vibrancy to painting, breakthrough from traditional Chinese

ink paintings.

Ravenel 42


A Retired General and Great Hermit Artist: Yu Cheng-Yao


617

YU CHENG-YAO

(Chinese, 1898-1993)

Landscape

1970s

Ink and colour on paper, framed

68 x 30 cm

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Han Tang Arts & Culture Center, Taipei

Private Collection, Asia



1970


68 x 30 cm





NT$ 340,000 – 550,000

HK$ 92,000 – 148,000

US$ 11,700 – 18,900

RMB 74,000 – 119,000





collage


Using a close shot of the hilly relief, the drops of red and intersecting

lines of this painting add vividness of the layering of mountains,

reflecting Yu Chung-lin’s deep appreciation towards the Nature.

Enhanced with the concept of collage, Yu tried to enhance the visual

impact, bringing a new visual experience in ink paintings.

Ravenel 44


A Retired General and Great Hermit Artist: Yu Cheng-Yao


618

YU CHENG-YAO

(Chinese, 1898-1993)

Landscape

1970s

Ink and colour on paper, framed

83 x 43.5 cm

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Han Tang Arts & Culture Center, Taipei

Private Collection, Asia



1970


83 x 43.5 cm





NT$ 600,000 – 900,000

HK$ 162,000 – 243,000

US$ 20,700 – 31,000

RMB 130,000 – 195,000











In this painting, the criss-crossing lines accentuate the texture

of rocks at the front and lightly depict the forms of the distant

mountains. The traversing lines and the use of colour reflect the

humble character of the artist and a true appreciation of nature,

which truly reflects the character of a Chinese literati.

Ravenel 46


A Retired General and Great Hermit Artist: Yu Cheng-Yao


619

HUANG CHUN-PI

(Chinese, 1898-1991)

Mountain and River at Sunset

1975

Ink and colour on paper, framed

53 x 90.5 cm

Signed HUANG CHUN-PI in Chinese

With three seals of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from the artist's family

by the present owner

ILLUSTRATED:

The Paintings of Huang Chun-Pi,

National Museum of History, Taipei, 1984, p.65

NT$ 500,000 – 800,000

HK$ 135,000 – 216,000

US$ 17,200 – 27,600

RMB 108,000 – 174,000



1975


53 x 90.5 cm








1984 65

Ravenel 48


1898-1991



1883-1937

















2017

2017638

1960





160

220192

Lot 6191975










Ravenel 50


In the competitive world of Chinese Paintings, Huang Chun-pi

championed, along with Pu Hsin-yu and Chang Da-Chien, as one of

the top three Taiwanese painters.

At his early age, Huang followed a strict apprenticeship with Li

Yao-Ping (1883-1937), a famous painter in Guangdong, under

the Lingnan school of painting. The ideology promoted by Li and

this School is to revive the essence of Chinese classical paintings

and to stand firmly against Western practices. Thus, in his early

practice before arriving in Taiwan, Huang's paintings were inclined

to meticulously follow the Chinese traditional painterly style in his

landscape, portrait and flower and bird painting genres. With the

increasing number of visits to the majestic mountains and valleys and

the encounters with art fellows, Huang began to refine his belief and

skills which made him a well-acclaimed artist.

Since his arrival in Taiwan, Huang devoted his career in art education

and influenced deeply in the development of Taiwanese modern

art. With his numerous travel around the globe, Huang transformed

his traditional art skills and focused on depicting the grandiosity of

nature. Prof. Fu Shen once praised the artist, Huang has a rich

knowledge of both Chinese and Western art. His art gathers the

essence of both Northern and Southern art schools. Under Huang's

proficient painterly skills and his strong observation of nature,

his landscape paintings created a unique Taiwanese style in art

development of the late 20th Century.

Created in 1975, this painting Landscape at Sunset (Lot 619) depicts

the richness of the autumn hills at sunset. A sensual pleasure of

landscape is elevated as the eye moves from the gentle slopes and

cottages on the lower left, through to the waterfall on the top right

of the painting. As the mist of the waterfall uncovers the distant

mountains, the red maple trees scattered in the mountains echoing

with the diffused glow of the setting sun.

As the caption writes,

“Heavy mist envelopes the pleasure of nature,

As the greenery highlights the soggy hills,

Autumn highlighted by the lofty cliffs,

As the red maples dance under the gentle beams of the setting sun.”

Echoing with the caption, the painting unveils the blissful enjoyment

of a Chinese literati in a scholarly manner.

Figure in a Mountainous Landscape by the same artist was sold at

Ravenel (Lot 638 in 2017 Spring Sale). The year of the painting was

deemed to be 1960, based on the poetry and the style of painting.

The painting featured three scholars hiking after the rain and

watching the waterfalls from the sky. In terms of structure, layers of

mountains lead the eye from afar, and tonality enriches the layering.

The whole painting was highlighted by two dark trees on the cliff.

This structure opens up to the mountainous view with a traditional

style, highlighting the majestic waterfall. This painting is undoubtedly

the work of Huang Chun-pi at the peak of his career. This work was

eventually sold for TWD1,920,000.

82 x 47 cm

2017 638

TWD1,920,000

HUANG JUNBI, Figure in a Mountainous Landscape,

Ink on paper

Ravenel Taipei, Spring Sale 2017, Lot 638

Sold Price: TWD1,920,000


620

RAN IN-TING

(Taiwanese, 1903-1979)

Taroko Landscape

1966

Ink and colour on paper, framed

136 x 45 cm

Signed RAN IN-TING in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

NT$ 600,000 – 900,000

HK$ 162,000 – 243,000

US$ 20,700 – 31,000

RMB 130,000 – 195,000



1966


136 x 45 cm




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Ravenel 54


Details


1903-1979






























Born in Luodong, under

the turbulence of Japanese

Occupation, Ran In-Ting

was heavily influenced by

both the Taiwanese and

Japanese culture. Ran

followed the apprenticeship

of Ishikawa Kin'ichiro, a

famous watercolour master,

and perfected his skills

in watercolour paintings

and sketches. With the

predominant subject matter

of Taiwanese landscape,

Ran later combined the skills

of Chinese paintings, thus

created his unique style.

With the guidance of

Ishikawa, Ran refined his watercolour painting techniques of ink and

brushwork to form light and shadow, depicting majestic landscapes.

In this painting, by adding tiny figures, a storyline was formed,

enhancing the pleasure of art appreciation. As Ran always said,

Paintings need to be vibrant. This determines a painting’s aesthetic

value.”

Ran loved the countryside of Taiwan. As Taroko is one of the

landmarks in Taiwan, it naturally became the subject of Ran’s

painting. Featuring Zhuilu Old Trail, Ran uses an elevation perspective

to lead the eye from hikers to the soaring cliffs and finally to the

majestic waterfall.

Figures’ gestures carefully depicted, as it was deemed as a major

pictorial element to echo with the audience. Tiny hikers were

portrayed against the lofty landscape in the background. As the

hikers take their careful steps of their arduous journey, the scene

gradually reveals the grandiose waterfall. Ran not only highlighted

the monumental landscape, but also the struggle and fatigue of

hikers and, finally, the core fulfillment that lives in every hiker.


621

LIN ZEXU

(Chinese, 1785-1850)

Calligraphy in Running Script (A set of four)

Ink on paper, scroll

135 x 33 cm

Signed SHAOMU, LIN ZEXU and SICUN in Chinese

With two seals of the artist and two seals of two collectors

NT$ 1,100,000 – 1,800,000

HK$ 296,000 – 485,000

US$ 37,900 – 62,000

RMB 239,000 – 390,000




135 x 33 cm

















Ravenel 56


1785-1850






1807-1884














1866-1921

191893

281902

201868-1943


19311228



1926



Ravenel 58


Lin Zexu (1785-1850) was a respected figure in Chinese history. He was a

political figure in Mid-/Late-Qing dynasty, an advocate, a calligrapher and a

poet. Born in Fujian province, Lin was a viceroy of Huguang, Shangan and

Yungui and was renowned for his campaign to suppress opium consumption.


LIN Zexu (1785-1850)

As a respected literati, Lin was lauded for his running and cursive script, which

took reference from a famous Buddhist scripture by Wang Xizhi. His calligraphy

was precise and powerful in the application of brushwork. Guo Boyin once

said, Calligraphy is priced for the concrete brushstroke, the saturation of

ink. Such calligraphy heavily demands the technique of the wrists and intense

concentration of the calligrapher. Any defect would fail the whole work.

Lin was persistent in his calligraphy practices, taking references from traditional

old masters. In this work (Lot 621), each brushstroke was acclaimed to

have carried the preciseness of Jin masters, the spirit of Tang masters, the

generous strokes of Su Dongbo, the bold strokes of Nangong and the candid

strokes of Zhaodong.

The four panels has two collectors's seals, namely Xiao Fuzheng and Lin

Sen. Xiao Fuzheng (1866-1921) was a wealthy businessman in Late Qing

dynasty with a vast collection of Chinese paintings. Lin Sen (1868-1943)

was a renowned political figure, elected as the President of the Nationalist

Government in 1931.

It was known in 1926, the vast collection of Xiao was looted and sold in a

bookstore. It was estimated that Lin Sen later acquired the four works and

passed on to other collectors.


LIN Sen (1868-1943)


622

XU BEIHONG

(Chinese, 1895-1953)

Old Man under Cypress Trees

1944

Ink and colour on paper, framed

73.6 x 61 cm

Signed BEIHONG in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Sotheby's Hong Kong, Autumn Sale 1992, Lot 937

Sotheby's Hong Kong, Autumn Sale 1988, Lot 85

NT$ 3,600,000 – 5,000,000

HK$ 970,000 – 1,348,000

US$ 124,000 – 172,200

RMB 781,000 – 1,085,000



1944


73.6 x 61 cm




1992 937

1988 85

Ravenel 60


畫 藝 精 絕 成 祭 酒 ‧ 悲 鳴 鴻 雁 終 高 飛

1895-1953




École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris

1927







1944






1940



1936

III2013 214

Ravenel 62


In the past decade of traditional Chinese art development, Xu

Beihong (1895-1953) was undoubtedly one of the most important art

educator and artist, who excelled in multiple genres from portraits,

flower and bird and animal paintings. The artist carefully combined

the skills from Chinese and Western paintings, ink and oil paintings,

giving character to his works. In terms of aesthetic values, he was a

prominent art advocate who built milestones in Chinese modern art

development.

Xu Beihong learnt poems and paintings from his father then later

pursued his studies in Japan and France at the École Nationale

Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris. Art development was at its peak

during this period of his stay. After returning to China in 1927, he

took up major roles in art institutions and universities including the

Peking University, the National Central University and the Beiping

Art School, bringing Western art values to Chinese art teaching. He

revolutionized traditional aesthetic values of Chinese paintings, and

advocated the belief of incorporating Western values into Chinese

art, which could be easily observed in his paintings.

Xu believed that way of depiction in traditional Chinese paintings

was the weakest element, thus he emphasized the importance of

observation and live drawings, to capture light and shadow through

lines and colours. Numerous of sketches of his typical horse paintings

reflected his persistence in observation and live drawings, allowing his

horse paintings to spring to life in their multifarious forms. However,

one cannot limit his prodigy to his horse paintings.

Old Man under Cypress Trees was painted in 1944. The old cypress

are thick and aged, soaring into the sky. Despite of its age, the

trees are green with vivid colours, reflecting its liveliness, as if they

have witnessed history. An elderly man is picking woods near the

cypress trees. The trees were depicted with thick ink and rough lines,

highlighting the loftiness and thick humidity of the forest. Xu’s skills

reflect a traditional aesthetic values of Chinese traditional paintings

and Western art depiction, enriching the value of this work.


623

LI CHI-MAO

(Taiwanese, b.1925)

A Painting of Hundred Deers

Ink and colour on paper

70 x 400 cm

Signed LI CHI-MAO in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

PROVENANCE:

Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner




70 x 400 cm





NT$ 380,000 – 550,000

HK$ 102,000 – 148,000

US$ 13,100 – 18,900

RMB 82,000 – 119,000

Ravenel 64


Details


624

CHAO SHAO-AN

(Chinese, 1905-1998)

Flower and Bird

Ink and colour on paper, framed

80 x 32.5 cm

Signed SHAO-AN in Chinese

With two seals of the artist

NT$ 360,000 – 550,000

HK$ 97,000 – 148,000

US$ 12,400 – 18,900

RMB 78,000 – 119,000




80 x 32.5 cm


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Ravenel 66


625

WU HSUEH-JANG

(WU Xue-rang, Taiwanese, 1923-2013)

Origin

1984

Ink and colour on paper, framed

135 x 34 cm

Signed TUI-BO in Chinese

With one seal of the artist

ILLUSTRATED:

A Memorial Exhibition of Wu Xue-Rang Paintings and Calligraphy,

National Museum of History, Taipei, 2015, p.107

Linearity.symbols.eastern Geometry: Wu Hsueh-Jang art exhibition,

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, 2017, p.126

EXHIBITED:

A Memorial Exhibition of Wu Xue-rang Paintings and Calligraphy,

National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, May 8-June 14, 2015

Linearity.symbols.eastern geometry: Wu Hsueh-Jang art exhibition,

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan,

February 18-May 7, 2017

NT$ 320,000 – 480,000

HK$ 86,000 – 129,000

US$ 11,000 – 16,500

RMB 69,000 – 104,000



1984


135 x 34 cm





2015 107


2017 126



2015 5 8 6 14


2017 2 18 5 7


626

ZHANG GUANGBIN

(Taiwanese, 1915-2016)

Autumn Landscape

1993

Ink and colour on paper, scroll

232 x 53 cm

Signed ZHANG GUANGBIN in Chinese

With three seals of the artist

NT$ 320,000 – 480,000

HK$ 86,000 – 129,000

US$ 11,000 – 16,500

RMB 69,000 – 104,000



1993


232 x 53 cm






Details

Ravenel 68


627

TAI JINGNONG

(Taiwanese, 1902-1990);

CHANG GU-NIEN

(Taiwanese, 1905-1987)

Poem and Narcissus by the Rock

1959

Ink on paper, framed

21 x 32 cm; 69 x 31 cm

Signed CHANG GU-NIEN in Chinese

With four seals of the artists

NT$ 70,000 – 140,000

HK$ 19,000 – 38,000

US$ 2,400 – 4,800

RMB 15,000 – 30,000

;


1959


21 x 32 cm; 69 x 31 cm




Ravenel 70


628

JU MING

(Taiwanese, b.1938)

Rooster

1986

Ink and colour on paper, framed

34 x 44 cm

Signed JU MING in Chinese

With one seal of the artist



1986


34 x 44 cm

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NT$ 30,000 – 60,000

HK$ 8,000 – 16,000

US$ 1,000 – 2,100

RMB 7,000 – 13,000


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Auction RAVENEL SPRING AUCTION 2018

Refined Brushwork: Fine Chinese Paintings

Date Saturday, June 2, 2018, 3:30 pm

Sale No. TC1801

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下 述 規 則 , 為 羅 芙 奧 股 份 有 限 公 司 ( 下 稱 「 本 公 司 」) 與 賣 家 訂 立 合 約 , 亦

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各 項 規 則 並 完 全 同 意 遵 守 本 業 務 規 則 。 準 買 家 、 買 家 請 特 別 留 意 第 二 條 第 5

項 , 其 對 本 公 司 之 法 律 責 任 作 了 限 定 。

一 、 本 業 務 規 則 所 用 詞 彙 之 定 義

在 下 列 規 定 中 , 某 些 常 用 詞 彙 需 加 以 解 釋 。 此 等 詞 彙 定 義 如 下 :

1. 「 買 家 」: 指 本 公 司 所 接 受 之 出 價 最 高 之 自 然 人 或 法 人 。

2. 「 準 買 家 」: 指 任 何 有 意 參 加 本 公 司 舉 辦 拍 賣 之 任 何 自 然 人 或 法 人 。

3. 「 賣 家 」: 指 將 拍 賣 品 獨 家 委 託 本 公 司 於 本 公 司 舉 辦 之 拍 賣 會 參 與 拍 賣

之 自 然 人 或 法 人 。

4. 「 拍 賣 品 」: 指 交 予 本 公 司 以 供 拍 賣 出 售 之 物 品 , 尤 其 在 任 何 目 錄 內 以

任 何 編 號 描 述 之 一 項 或 多 項 物 品 。

5. 「 落 槌 價 」: 指 本 公 司 就 某 一 拍 賣 品 而 接 受 之 最 高 出 價 之 價 款 。

6. 「 買 家 服 務 費 」: 指 買 家 按 落 槌 價 之 某 一 百 分 比 而 支 付 本 公 司 之 費 用 ;

收 費 率 如 第 二 條 第 4a 項 所 列 。

7. 「 底 價 」: 指 本 公 司 與 賣 家 協 定 之 最 低 價 格 , 拍 賣 品 不 能 以 低 於 該 價 之

價 格 售 出 。

8. 「 膺 品 」: 指 拍 賣 品 構 成 模 仿 , 而 模 仿 之 原 構 想 及 其 整 體 執 行 均 具 有 欺

詐 意 圖 , 以 就 拍 賣 品 之 作 者 、 來 歷 、 年 代 、 時 期 、 文 化 或 來 源 進 行 欺

騙 , 而 對 此 等 事 項 之 正 確 描 述 並 未 在 目 錄 之 描 述 上 反 映 出 來 , 而 拍 賣 品

在 拍 賣 當 日 之 價 值 , 遠 低 於 按 照 目 錄 之 描 述 所 應 有 之 價 值 。 按 此 定 義 ,

任 何 拍 賣 品 均 不 會 因 為 有 任 何 損 壞 及 / 或 任 何 形 式 之 修 整 ( 包 括 重 新 上

漆 ) 而 成 為 膺 品 。

9. 「 保 險 值 」: 指 本 公 司 不 時 按 其 絕 對 決 定 權 認 為 拍 賣 品 所 應 購 買 之 保 險

之 價 值 ( 不 論 保 險 是 否 由 本 公 司 安 排 購 買 )。

10. 「 賣 家 服 務 費 」: 指 賣 家 應 支 付 本 公 司 之 費 用 。

二 、 買 家

1. 本 公 司 作 為 賣 家 代 理 人

本 公 司 作 為 賣 家 代 理 人 之 身 分 行 事 。 除 另 行 協 定 外 , 在 本 公 司 之 拍 賣 中

成 功 拍 賣 之 物 品 , 即 產 生 賣 家 通 過 本 公 司 之 代 理 與 買 家 達 成 之 合 約 。

2. 拍 賣 前

a. 鑑 定 物 品

本 公 司 鄭 重 建 議 , 準 買 家 應 於 拍 賣 進 行 之 前 親 自 鑑 定 其 有 興 趣 競 投 之

物 品 。 本 公 司 就 任 何 拍 賣 品 及 相 關 證 明 文 件 之 真 偽 , 均 不 對 買 家 作 任

何 保 證 。

b. 拍 賣 品 狀 況 之 重 要 注 意 事 項

請 準 買 家 注 意 , 在 可 能 的 範 圍 內 , 目 錄 中 對 於 拍 賣 品 特 性 上 之 描 述 ,

皆 已 提 及 顯 著 的 損 壞 , 惟 不 包 括 所 有 的 缺 陷 、 瑕 疪 與 不 完 整 。 對 任 何

拍 賣 品 之 描 述 亦 不 應 視 作 表 示 其 無 經 過 重 整 或 修 理 , 亦 不 應 視 作 對 拍

賣 品 狀 態 或 保 存 情 況 的 陳 述 或 保 證 。 在 目 錄 中 若 有 狀 態 陳 述 的 缺 乏 或

損 害 鑑 定 的 缺 乏 , 並 不 代 表 拍 賣 品 是 為 良 好 狀 態 。 本 公 司 鄭 重 建 議 ,

準 買 家 在 拍 賣 進 行 之 前 , 對 於 有 興 趣 競 投 之 拍 賣 品 狀 況 應 經 由 親 自 檢

閱 , 不 應 依 據 目 錄 中 的 描 述 或 陳 述 , 因 為 任 何 在 目 錄 中 所 列 出 的 描 述

或 陳 述 是 為 純 粹 本 公 司 的 主 觀 意 見 , 並 非 提 供 聲 明 或 擔 保 。 準 買 家 知

悉 並 瞭 解 所 有 拍 賣 品 均 以 「 現 狀 」 售 出 , 本 公 司 對 於 任 何 拍 出 之 拍 賣

品 狀 態 不 作 任 何 承 諾 或 保 證 。

c. 符 號 表 示

以 下 為 本 目 錄 所 載 符 號 之 說 明

o 保 證 項 目

拍 賣 品 編 號 旁 註 有 o 符 號 者 , 表 示 賣 家 已 取 得 本 公 司 保 證 , 可 在 一 次

或 一 連 串 拍 賣 中 得 到 最 低 出 售 價 格 。 此 保 證 可 由 本 公 司 、 第 三 方 或 由

本 公 司 與 第 三 方 共 同 提 供 。 保 證 可 為 由 第 三 方 提 供 之 不 可 撤 銷 競 投 之

形 式 做 出 。 若 保 證 拍 賣 品 成 功 售 出 , 提 供 或 參 與 提 供 保 證 之 第 三 方 可

能 會 取 得 財 務 利 益 ; 惟 銷 售 不 成 功 時 , 則 可 能 會 產 生 虧 損 。 若 提 供 或

參 與 保 證 之 第 三 方 成 功 競 投 保 證 拍 賣 品 時 , 他 們 仍 需 支 付 全 額 的 買 家

服 務 費 。

d. 目 錄 說 明

本 公 司 於 目 錄 或 鑑 定 意 見 書 內 對 任 何 拍 賣 品 及 其 證 書 之 作 者 、 來 歷 、

日 期 、 年 代 、 尺 寸 、 材 質 、 歸 屬 、 真 實 性 、 出 處 、 保 存 狀 況 或 估 計 售

價 之 陳 述 , 或 另 行 對 此 等 方 面 之 口 頭 或 書 面 陳 述 , 均 僅 屬 意 見 之 陳

述 , 不 應 依 據 為 確 實 事 實 之 陳 述 。 目 錄 圖 示 亦 僅 作 為 指 引 而 已 , 不 應

作 為 任 何 拍 賣 項 目 之 依 據 , 藉 以 決 定 其 顏 色 或 色 調 , 或 揭 示 其 缺 陷 。

拍 賣 價 格 之 估 計 , 不 應 依 據 為 拍 賣 品 會 成 功 拍 賣 之 價 格 或 拍 賣 品 作

其 他 用 途 之 價 值 陳 述 。

許 多 拍 賣 品 基 於 其 年 代 或 性 質 , 使 其 未 能 有 完 美 之 狀 況 , 目 錄 內 有

些 說 明 或 鑑 定 意 見 書 會 提 述 拍 賣 品 之 損 壞 及 / 或 修 整 資 料 。 此 等 資

料 僅 作 為 指 引 而 已 , 如 未 有 提 述 此 等 資 料 , 亦 不 表 示 拍 賣 品 並 無 缺

陷 或 修 整 , 如 已 提 述 特 定 缺 陷 , 亦 不 表 示 並 無 其 他 缺 陷 。

e. 買 家 之 責 任

有 關 拍 賣 品 之 狀 況 以 及 目 錄 說 明 所 提 述 之 事 項 , 買 家 有 責 任 自 行 查

明 並 瞭 解 , 並 就 拍 賣 品 為 自 己 獨 立 之 判 斷 及 評 估 , 並 確 使 自 己 感 到

滿 意 。

3. 拍 賣 時

a. 估 價

目 錄 內 及 拍 賣 當 日 所 提 供 之 美 金 等 貨 幣 估 價 , 僅 為 參 考 依 據 。 本 拍

賣 會 須 以 新 台 幣 結 算 , 買 家 如 須 以 新 台 幣 之 外 其 他 貨 幣 繳 付 , 須 依

拍 賣 日 現 場 公 佈 之 匯 率 , 折 合 所 繳 付 之 等 值 貨 幣 計 算 。

b. 拒 絕 入 場

拍 賣 於 本 公 司 之 場 地 進 行 , 或 於 本 公 司 為 拍 賣 而 具 有 控 制 權 之 場 地

進 行 , 本 公 司 具 有 完 全 之 決 定 權 , 可 行 使 權 利 拒 絕 任 何 人 進 入 拍 賣

場 地 或 參 與 拍 賣 。

c. 競 投 之 前 作 出 登 記

每 一 準 買 家 在 作 出 競 投 之 前 , 必 須 填 妥 及 簽 署 登 記 表 格 , 並 提 供 身

分 證 明 。 準 買 家 應 注 意 , 本 公 司 通 常 會 要 求 對 買 家 作 出 信 用 核 查 。

d. 競 投 保 證 金

競 投 者 , 應 在 領 取 競 投 號 牌 前 繳 納 競 投 保 證 金 , 競 投 保 證 金 的 金 額

由 本 公 司 在 拍 賣 日 前 公 佈 。

(1) 若 競 投 者 未 支 付 競 投 保 證 金 , 本 公 司 有 權 不 接 受 其 競 投 。 若 競

投 者 未 能 購 得 拍 賣 品 且 對 本 公 司 無 任 何 欠 款 則 將 無 息 退 還 保 證

金 。

(2) 若 競 投 者 成 為 買 家 , 則 本 公 司 有 權 將 此 保 證 金 自 動 轉 化 為 已 成

交 拍 賣 品 購 買 款 項 之 一 部 ( 包 含 落 槌 價 、 服 務 費 或 運 費 等 相 關

費 用 ), 若 尚 有 餘 款 須 退 回 給 買 家 ; 若 買 家 無 正 當 理 由 未 於 成

功 拍 賣 日 期 後 七 天 內 支 付 全 部 應 支 付 之 成 交 拍 賣 品 購 買 款 項

( 包 含 落 槌 價 、 服 務 費 或 運 費 等 相 關 費 用 ) 予 本 公 司 , 買 家 不

得 請 求 返 還 競 投 保 證 金 。

e. 競 投 者 為 買 家

競 投 者 將 被 視 為 買 家 而 須 承 擔 個 人 法 律 責 任 , 除 非 登 記 時 已 經 與 本

公 司 書 面 協 定 , 競 投 者 僅 為 第 三 人 之 代 理 人 , 且 該 第 三 人 復 為 本 公

司 所 接 受 者 。

f. 委 託 競 投

如 準 買 家 使 用 印 於 目 錄 說 明 之 後 之 表 格 指 示 本 公 司 代 其 競 投 , 本 公

司 將 盡 適 當 努 力 代 其 競 投 , 但 代 為 競 投 指 示 須 於 拍 賣 前 送 抵 本 公

司 。 如 本 公 司 就 某 一 拍 賣 品 而 收 到 多 個 委 託 競 投 之 相 等 競 投 價 , 而

在 拍 賣 時 此 等 競 投 價 乃 該 拍 賣 品 之 最 高 競 投 價 , 則 該 拍 賣 品 會 歸 其

委 託 競 投 最 先 送 抵 本 公 司 之 人 。 委 託 競 投 之 承 擔 受 拍 賣 時 之 其 他 承

諾 所 限 , 而 拍 賣 進 行 之 情 況 可 能 使 本 公 司 無 法 代 為 競 投 。 由 於 此 項

承 擔 乃 本 公 司 為 準 買 家 按 所 述 條 款 提 供 之 免 費 服 務 , 如 未 能 按 委 託

作 出 競 投 , 本 公 司 將 不 負 任 何 法 律 責 任 。 準 買 家 如 希 望 確 保 競 投 成

功 , 應 親 自 出 席 競 投 。

g. 電 話 競 投

如 準 買 家 於 拍 賣 前 與 本 公 司 作 好 安 排 , 本 公 司 將 盡 適 當 努 力 聯 絡 競

投 者 , 使 其 能 以 電 話 參 與 競 投 , 但 在 任 何 情 況 下 , 如 未 能 聯 絡 或 無

法 參 加 電 話 競 投 , 本 公 司 對 賣 家 或 任 何 準 買 家 均 不 負 任 何 責 任 。

h. 透 過 Invaluable 進 行 網 上 競 投

若 準 買 家 未 能 出 席 拍 賣 會 , 或 可 透 過 Invaluable 網 上 競 投 服 務 於 網 上

競 投 屬 意 拍 品 , 而 承 擔 買 家 獨 立 責 任 。 此 項 服 務 乃 免 費 及 保 密 。 有

關 透 過 Invaluable 網 上 競 投 服 務 登 記 , 進 行 網 上 競 投 之 詳 情 , 請 參 閱

本 公 司 網 頁 ravenel.com。 使 用 Invaluable 網 上 競 投 服 務 之 準 買 家 須 接

受 透 過 Invaluable 網 上 競 投 服 務 進 行 即 時 網 上 競 投 之 附 加 條 款 ( 可 參

閱 網 站 ), 以 及 適 用 於 該 拍 賣 之 業 務 規 則 所 規 範 , 本 公 司 得 隨 時 修

改 該 業 務 規 則 。

i. 匯 率 轉 換 顯 示 板

拍 賣 會 中 , 本 公 司 會 使 用 匯 率 轉 換 顯 示 板 。 匯 率 轉 換 顯 示 板 僅 供 參

考 , 不 論 是 顯 示 板 所 示 之 拍 賣 品 編 號 或 是 新 台 幣 競 投 價 之 相 等 外

匯 , 其 準 確 程 度 均 可 能 會 出 現 非 本 公 司 所 能 控 制 之 誤 差 。 買 家 因 依

賴 匯 率 轉 換 顯 示 板 ( 而 非 因 以 新 台 幣 競 投 ) 所 導 致 而 蒙 受 之 任 何 損

失 , 本 公 司 概 不 負 責 。

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j. 錄 映 影 像

在 有 些 拍 賣 中 會 有 影 像 投 射 , 但 其 操 作 或 會 出 現 錯 誤 。 不 論 影 像 是

否 與 成 功 拍 賣 之 拍 賣 品 相 配 合 , 或 是 翻 版 影 像 之 質 素 , 本 公 司 對 買

家 均 不 負 任 何 責 任 。

k. 拍 賣 官 之 決 定 權

拍 賣 官 具 有 絕 對 決 定 權 , 有 權 拒 絕 任 何 競 投 、 以 其 決 定 之 方 式 推 動

出 價 、 將 任 何 拍 賣 品 撤 回 或 分 批 、 將 任 何 兩 件 或 多 件 拍 賣 品 合 併 ,

以 及 如 遇 有 誤 差 或 爭 議 , 將 拍 賣 品 重 新 拍 賣 。 拍 賣 官 會 於 拍 賣 開 始

前 或 於 相 關 拍 賣 品 競 標 前 對 注 意 事 項 作 出 通 告 , 準 買 家 須 負 責 自 行

注 意 所 有 於 拍 賣 會 場 發 表 之 通 告 。 建 議 使 用 即 時 網 上 競 投 服 務 參 與

競 投 的 準 買 家 , 於 拍 賣 開 始 前 登 入 , 以 確 保 準 買 家 得 知 拍 賣 開 始 前

所 作 出 之 通 告 。

l. 成 功 競 投 在 拍 賣 官 之 決 定 權 下 , 下 槌 即 顯 示 對 最 高 競 投 價 之 接 受 ,

亦 即 為 賣 家 與 買 家 合 意 依 落 槌 價 拍 定 拍 賣 品 , 視 為 成 功 拍 賣 合 約 之

訂 立 。

4. 成 功 拍 賣 後

a. 買 家 支 付 每 件 拍 賣 品 之 服 務 費 費 率

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b. 稅 項

買 家 應 付 予 本 公 司 之 款 項 , 如 須 另 行 支 付 貨 物 、 服 務 稅 或 其 他 稅 則

時 ( 不 論 由 台 灣 政 府 或 別 處 所 徵 收 )。 買 家 須 負 責 按 有 關 法 律 所 規

定 之 稅 率 及 時 間 , 自 行 繳 付 稅 款 。

c. 付 款

成 功 拍 賣 後 , 買 家 須 向 本 公 司 提 供 其 真 實 姓 名 及 永 久 地 址 。 如 經 本

公 司 要 求 , 買 家 亦 須 提 供 付 款 銀 行 之 詳 情 , 包 含 但 不 限 於 付 款 帳

號 。 買 家 應 於 拍 賣 日 期 後 七 天 內 悉 數 支 付 應 支 付 予 本 公 司 之 款 項

( 包 含 落 槌 價 、 服 務 費 或 運 費 等 相 關 費 用 )。 即 使 買 家 希 望 將 拍 賣

品 出 口 並 需 要 ( 或 可 能 需 要 ) 出 口 許 可 證 , 此 一 付 款 條 件 亦 適 用 。

買 家 如 未 向 本 公 司 支 付 所 欠 之 全 部 款 項 , 則 不 能 取 得 拍 賣 品 之 所 有

權 , 即 使 本 公 司 已 將 拍 賣 品 交 付 予 買 家 亦 然 。 如 支 付 予 本 公 司 之

款 項 為 新 台 幣 以 外 之 貨 幣 , 須 依 拍 賣 日 現 場 公 佈 之 匯 率 ( 台 灣 銀

行 ), 並 以 本 公 司 就 此 兌 換 率 而 發 出 之 憑 證 為 準 。

d. 領 取 已 購 拍 賣 品

除 非 本 公 司 另 有 特 別 相 反 協 定 , 否 則 本 公 司 將 暫 時 保 留 已 成 功 拍 賣

之 拍 賣 項 目 , 直 至 欠 本 公 司 之 款 項 已 悉 數 支 付 為 止 。 已 購 拍 賣 品 在

暫 時 保 留 期 間 , 由 成 功 拍 賣 日 後 起 算 七 天 將 受 保 於 本 公 司 之 保 險 ,

如 屆 時 拍 賣 品 已 被 領 取 , 則 受 保 至 領 取 時 為 止 。 七 天 期 滿 後 或 自 領

取 時 起 ( 以 較 早 者 為 準 ), 已 購 拍 賣 品 之 風 險 全 由 買 家 承 擔 。

e. 介 紹 裝 運 及 運 輸 公 司

本 公 司 之 貨 運 部 門 在 買 家 要 求 下 , 可 為 買 家 介 紹 運 輸 公 司 、 安 排 付

運 及 購 買 特 定 保 險 , 但 本 公 司 在 此 方 面 不 負 任 何 法 律 責 任 。 買 家 必

須 預 先 繳 付 運 輸 費 用 。

f. 不 付 款 或 未 有 領 取 已 購 拍 賣 品 之 補 救 辦 法

如 買 家 並 未 在 成 功 拍 賣 日 後 起 算 七 天 內 付 款 , 本 公 司 即 有 權 行 使 下

述 一 項 或 多 項 權 利 或 補 救 辦 法 :

(1) 在 成 功 拍 賣 日 後 起 算 超 過 七 天 仍 未 付 款 , 則 按 不 超 過 台 灣 銀 行 基

本 放 款 利 率 加 收 10% 之 年 利 率 收 取 整 筆 欠 款 之 利 息 。 此 外 本 公 司

可 同 時 按 日 收 取 依 成 交 價 ( 含 落 槌 價 、 服 務 費 )1% 計 算 之 違 約

金 。 本 公 司 亦 得 自 行 選 擇 將 買 家 未 付 之 款 項 , 用 以 抵 銷 本 公 司

或 其 他 關 係 企 業 在 任 何 其 他 交 易 中 欠 下 買 家 之 款 項 , 買 家 絕 無

異 議 。

(2) 對 任 何 屬 於 買 家 所 有 而 因 任 何 目 的 ( 包 含 但 不 限 於 其 他 交 易 ) 而 由

本 公 司 管 有 之 已 購 拍 賣 品 行 使 留 置 權 , 並 在 給 予 買 家 有 關 其 未

付 之 欠 繳 之 十 四 天 通 知 後 , 安 排 將 該 物 品 出 售 並 將 收 益 用 以 清

償 該 未 付 之 欠 款 。

(3) 如 買 家 因 多 項 不 同 之 交 易 而 欠 下 本 公 司 數 筆 款 項 , 將 所 付 之 款 項

用 以 清 償 已 購 拍 賣 品 就 任 何 特 定 交 易 而 欠 下 之 任 何 款 項 , 而 不

論 買 家 是 否 指 示 用 以 清 償 該 筆 款 項 。

(4) 在 將 來 的 任 何 拍 賣 中 , 拒 絕 買 家 作 出 或 由 他 人 代 其 作 出 之 競 投 ,

或 在 接 受 其 任 何 競 投 之 前 先 收 取 買 家 一 筆 保 證 金 。 如 買 家 未 有

在 三 十 五 天 內 付 款 , 本 公 司 除 上 述 辦 法 外 , 另 有 權 為 下 述 一 項

或 多 項 權 利 或 補 救 辦 法 :

(a) 代 賣 家 針 對 買 家 進 行 法 律 程 序 , 以 追 討 整 筆 欠 款 , 連 同 此 項 以 悉

數 賠 償 為 基 準 之 法 律 程 序 訴 訟 費 。

(b) 取 消 同 一 次 或 任 何 其 他 拍 賣 中 買 家 競 投 得 之 拍 賣 品 或 任 何 其 他 售

予 買 家 之 拍 賣 品 交 易 。

(c) 安 排 將 拍 賣 品 公 開 或 私 下 重 售 , 如 重 售 所 得 價 格 較 低 , 就 差 額 連

同 因 買 家 未 有 付 款 而 引 致 之 任 何 費 用 一 併 向 買 家 索 償 。

g. 未 有 領 取 已 購 拍 賣 品

如 已 購 得 之 拍 賣 品 未 有 在 成 功 拍 賣 日 後 起 算 七 天 內 領 取 , 則 不 論 是

否 已 付 款 , 本 公 司 將 安 排 貯 存 事 宜 , 費 用 由 買 家 承 擔 。 而 買 家 在 付

清 所 引 起 之 貯 存 、 搬 運 、 運 輸 、 保 險 及 任 何 其 他 費 用 , 連 同 欠 本 公

司 之 所 有 其 他 款 項 後 , 方 可 領 取 已 購 拍 賣 品 項 目 。

h. 出 口 許 可 證

除 本 公 司 另 有 書 面 同 意 外 , 買 家 希 望 申 請 出 口 許 可 證 , 並 不 影 響 買

家 在 成 功 拍 賣 日 後 起 算 七 天 內 付 款 之 責 任 , 亦 不 影 響 本 公 司 對 延 遲

付 款 收 取 利 息 之 權 利 。

如 買 家 要 求 本 公 司 代 為 申 請 出 口 許 可 證 , 本 公 司 有 權 向 其 收 取 與 此

項 申 請 有 關 之 款 項 及 零 碎 開 支 連 同 任 何 有 關 之 稅 則 。

如 買 家 不 需 要 出 口 許 可 證 而 作 出 付 款 , 本 公 司 並 無 責 任 退 還 買 家 因

此 而 引 致 之 任 何 利 息 或 其 他 開 支 。

5. 本 公 司 之 法 律 責 任

本 公 司 僅 在 第 二 條 第 6 項 所 列 之 情 況 下 , 得 退 還 款 項 予 買 家 。 除 此 之

外 , 不 論 賣 家 或 本 公 司 , 或 本 公 司 任 何 僱 員 或 代 理 人 , 對 任 何 拍 賣 品 之

作 者 、 來 歷 、 日 期 、 年 代 、 歸 屬 、 真 實 性 或 出 處 之 陳 述 , 或 任 何 其 他 說

明 之 誤 差 , 任 何 拍 賣 品 之 任 何 瑕 疵 或 缺 陷 , 均 不 負 有 任 何 責 任 。 賣 家 、

本 公 司 、 本 公 司 之 僱 員 或 代 理 人 , 不 論 是 明 示 或 暗 示 均 無 就 任 何 拍 賣 品

作 出 任 何 保 證 。 任 何 種 類 之 任 何 擔 保 , 均 不 包 含 在 本 條 之 內 。

6. 膺 品 / 贓 物 之 退 款

本 公 司 之 拍 賣 品 , 經 本 公 司 書 面 認 可 之 專 業 鑑 定 機 構 出 具 鑑 定 報 告 證 實

為 膺 品 、 贓 物 或 涉 及 不 法 情 事 者 , 則 交 易 將 取 消 , 已 付 之 款 項 於 交 付 賣

家 前 將 退 還 予 買 家 。 但 如 :

a. 在 拍 賣 日 發 出 之 目 錄 說 明 或 拍 賣 場 通 告 符 合 當 時 學 者 或 專 家 普 遍 接 納

之 意 見 , 或 清 楚 表 明 有 牴 觸 當 時 學 者 或 專 家 普 遍 接 納 之 意 見 。

b. 或 證 明 拍 賣 品 為 膺 品 或 贓 物 之 方 法 , 只 是 一 種 在 目 錄 出 版 前 仍 未 普 遍

獲 接 納 使 用 之 科 學 程 序 , 或 是 一 種 在 拍 賣 日 仍 屬 昂 貴 得 不 合 理 或 並

不 實 際 或 很 可 能 會 對 拍 賣 品 造 成 損 壞 之 程 序 , 則 本 公 司 無 論 如 何 並

無 責 任 退 還 任 何 款 項 。 此 外 , 買 家 只 在 滿 足 下 述 條 件 下 方 可 獲 得 退

款 :

(1) 買 家 必 須 在 拍 賣 日 起 十 日 內 以 書 面 通 知 本 公 司 , 說 明 買 家 認 為 有

關 拍 賣 品 乃 膺 品 或 贓 物 之 詳 細 理 由 及 證 據 。

(2) 且 買 家 需 於 書 面 通 知 後 十 四 天 內 將 拍 賣 品 送 還 本 公 司 , 而 其 狀 況

應 維 持 與 拍 賣 當 日 相 同 , 不 得 有 任 何 損 壞 。

(3) 送 還 拍 賣 品 後 , 買 家 須 盡 快 出 示 證 據 , 足 以 使 本 公 司 確 信 拍 賣 品

乃 膺 品 或 贓 物 ( 本 公 司 保 有 最 終 及 不 可 異 議 之 決 定 權 ), 買 家 並 可

將 拍 賣 品 之 完 整 所 有 權 及 相 關 權 利 轉 讓 予 本 公 司 , 而 與 任 何 第

三 人 之 索 償 無 涉 。 在 任 何 情 況 下 , 本 公 司 均 毋 須 向 買 家 支 付 多

於 買 家 就 有 關 拍 賣 品 而 支 付 之 款 項 , 而 買 家 亦 不 能 索 取 利 息 。

本 擔 保 之 利 益 不 能 轉 讓 , 完 全 屬 於 拍 賣 品 成 功 拍 賣 時 獲 本 公 司 發 給 正 本

發 票 之 買 家 所 有 ( 該 買 家 名 稱 被 記 載 於 發 票 上 ), 該 名 買 家 並 須 自 拍 賣 後

一 直 保 持 拍 賣 品 擁 有 人 之 身 分 , 而 且 並 無 將 拍 賣 品 之 任 何 利 益 讓 予 任 何

第 三 人 。 本 公 司 有 權 依 據 任 何 科 學 程 序 或 其 他 程 序 確 定 拍 賣 品 並 非 膺 品

或 贓 物 , 不 論 該 程 序 在 拍 賣 當 日 是 否 已 使 用 或 已 在 使 用 , 如 本 公 司 驗 證

拍 賣 品 是 否 屬 於 贗 品 或 贓 物 結 果 與 買 家 出 示 證 據 相 衝 突 者 , 應 以 本 公 司

驗 證 結 果 為 準 。

賣 方 業 務 規 則 請 參 閱 羅 芙 奧 網 站

http://ravenel.com

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TRANSACTION AGREEMENT

The following provisions are entered into by and between Ravenel Ltd., as the

auctioneer, (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”),and the Seller (hereinafter

referred to as the "Seller"). This Agreement is also entered into by and between

the Company as the agent of the Seller and the Buyer (hereinafter the "Buyer").

The Prospective Buyer, the Buyer and the Seller must carefully review and completely

agree all provisions hereunder and any revisions from time to time. The

Prospective Buyer, the Buyer should pay special attention to Article 2, Section 5

which provides limitations as to the legal responsibilities of the Company.

ARTICLE 1.DEFINITION

Some of the phrases commonly seen herein are defined as follows:

1. "The Buyer" shall mean highest bidder accepted by the Company.

2. "The Prospective Buyer" shall mean any potential bidder willing to attend

the auction sale hosted by the Company.

3. "The Seller" shall mean the Seller who provides the Lot and agrees to appoint

the Company as its exclusive agent to sell the Lot at the Auction and

participate, and cooperate, in exhibitions prior to the Auction if so required

by the Company.

4. "The Lot" shall mean the item delivered to the Company to be sold in an

auction, especially the single or multiple pieces of items numbered in the

catalogue.

5. "Hammer price" shall mean the highest bid with respect to one particular

Lot accepted by the auctioning party.

6. The " Buyer's Premium" shall mean the fee based on a certain percentage of

the Hammer price paid to the Company by the Buyer; the percentage shall

be as prescribed in Article 2, Section 4a.

7. "The Reserve Price" shall mean the lowest price agreed by the Company

and Seller. The Lot cannot be sold at a price lower than such price.

8. "Counterfeit" shall mean the Lot constitutes imitation and the original concept

of the imitation and its overall execution result in fraud to cause deception

in connection with the author, history, year, age, culture or origin of the

Lot, for which the accurate description is not reflected in the catalogue and

the value of the Lot on the auction day is far less than the value it should

have according to the description in the catalogue. Therefore, no auction

item will become a counterfeit as a result of any damage and/or any repairing

in any manner (including repaints).

9. "Insured amount" shall mean the value of the insurance purchased for the

Lot which the Company considers necessary under its absolute power from

time to time (regardless whether such insurance is purchased by the Company).

10. The "Seller Service Fee” shall mean the fee is paid to the Company by the

Seller.

ARTICLE 2.THE BUYER

1. The Company as the Agent of the Seller

The Company, shall act as the agent of the Seller. Except otherwise provided,

items successfully sold in the auction held by the Company shall be

bound by the agreement made by and between the Seller, through the agency

of the Company, and the Buyer.

2. Prior to the Auction

a. Authentication

We strongly recommend that the Prospective Buyers conduct their own

authentication for the items they are interested in bidding prior to the

auction. The Company provides no guarantee to the Buyer including but

without limitations whether the Lot is a counterfeit or the authentication

of the Lot and related certificates.

b. Important Notice

Attention, the Prospective Buyers: As far as possible, the descriptions of

auction items will mention obvious defects of the items; however, they

do not necessarily include all flaws, defects, or incomplete aspects. The

description of the auction items also do not imply and guarantee that the

items have not gone through readjustment or repair or allude anything

about the current state or storage conditions of the items. Any omission in

the catalogue description regarding the current condition or the appraisal

of defects in the items by no means represent that those items are in good

condition, function normally. We strongly recommend the Prospective

Buyers shall personally view the items for which they plan to bid before

the auction. Any description in the catalogue or any statement provided

by the Company is purely the Company's subjective opinion and not a

statement of fact, not for representations or warranties. The Prospective

Buyer completely understands and acknowledges that all of the items

on auction are being sold in "as is" condition. The Company does not

provide any representation or guarantee as to the condition of any of the

items.

c. Symbol Key

The following key explains the symbol you may see inside this catalogue.

○ Guaranteed Property

The Seller of the Lots with this symbol next to the Lot number has been

guaranteed a minimum price from one auction or a series of auctions.

This guarantee may be provided by the Company, by a third party or

jointly by the Company and a third party. A guarantee may be in the form

of an irrevocable bid provided by a third party. Third parties providing or

participating in a guarantee may benefit financially if a guaranteed Lot is

sold successfully and may incur a loss if the sale is not successful. If third

parties providing or participating in a guarantee is the successful bidder

for the guaranteed Lot, they should be required to pay the full Buyer's

Premium.

d. Catalogue Explanations

Any statement of the author, history, date, year, size, material, ownership,

authenticity, origin, condition of preservation or estimated selling

price of any of the Lot and certificates thereof shown in the catalogue or

the authentication opinion made by the Company, or any other verbal or

written statements made separately shall be solely statements of opinions

and shall not be deemed the basis for the statements of actual fact. The

photographs shown in the catalogue shall serve as reference only and

shall not be deemed as the basis for determining the color or tone of any

Lots or disclosure of the defects of such item. The estimates of the auction

price shall not be deemed the price at which such item will be successfully

sold or the statement of the value of the item for other purposes.

Many Lots fail to maintain their perfect condition because of time and

other environmental factors. Some of the explanations in the catalogue

or the authentication opinions will state defects and/or the repair background

of the Lots. Such information is meant for reference only. Missing

information in the statements does not mean the Lot has no defects

or has not been repaired. Any statement of one particular defect does not

mean there is no any other defect.

e. Responsibility of the Buyer

The Buyer is responsible for clarifying and satisfying himself about the

condition of the items and any related matters stated in the catalogue

descriptions and making his/her/its own judgment or estimation independently

regarding the Lots.ing his/her own judgment or estimation

independently regarding the Lots.

3. In the Auction

a. Estimates

The prices in US dollars or other currencies reproduced in the auction

and this catalogue are for reference only. The Buyer is requested to pay

by New Taiwan dollars or other foreign currencies in its equivalency

based on the exchange rate announced by the Company on the day of

auction.

b. Refusal of Admission

The auction is held at the premises of the Company or any location where

the Company has control of for the auction. The Company has full discretion

to exercise the right to refuse entry to the premises for the auction

or to prevent participation in the auction.

c. Registration Prior to the Bidding

Prospective Buyers must fill in and sign the registration forms prior to the

bidding and provide personal identification. Prospective Buyers should

also note that the Company may request to conduct credit checks against

Buyers.

d. The Bidding Deposit

The bidder shall pay the bidding deposit before receiving the bidding

number. The Company will announce the amount of the bidding deposit

before the auction day.

(1) If the bidder fails to pay the bidding deposit in advance, the Company has

the right to refuse the bid. If the bidder is not able to purchase any Lot and

has no outstanding debts to the Company, the Company will return the

bidding deposit to the bidder.

(2) If the bidder becomes the Buyer, the Company has the right to transfer the

bidding deposit into the payment (including but without limitation, Hammer

price, Buyer's Premium, Costs and expenses for shipping and related

costs ) of the Lot for which transaction is concluded. And the Company

will return the balance of the deposit to the Buyer (if any). If the Buyer

,without any good cause, fails to pay any and all payment (including but

without limitation, Hammer price, Buyer's Premium, Costs and expenses

for shipping and related costs) of the Lot to the Company within 7 days

after the auction date ,the Buyer shall not claim for the return of the bidding

deposit.

e. The Bidder is the Buyer

Unless a written agreement has been made upon registration that the bidder

will be the agent who acts on behalf of a third person and such third

person is accepted by the Company, the bidder will be deemed as the

Buyer who will bear individual legal responsibilities.

f. Commission Bids

The Company will make the proper effort to bid for the Prospective

Buyers who instruct us to bid on their behalf by using the provided forms

attached to the explanations of the catalogue; however, bid commission

instructions must be delivered to the Company prior to the auction. If

the Company receives several commission bids for one particular item,

with all bid prices being equal and of the highest bid price at the auction,

priority shall be given to the Buyer whose bid commission is delivered

to the Company first. Commission bids are subject to auction conditions.

The situation at the auction may prevent the Company from making the

bid as commissioned. This is a free service provided by the Company

to the Prospective Buyers pursuant to the provisions prescribed. The

Company will not be held legally liable if it fails to make the bid as commissioned.

The Prospective Buyers should attend the auction in person if

they wish to ensure a successful bid.

g. Bid by Phone

The Company will make proper effort to contact the bidder so he/she

can participate in the auction by phone if the Prospective Buyer make

arrangements with the Company prior to the auction. However, the Company

will bear no responsibilities to the Seller or any prospective Buyer

if no contact is made or any failure to participate in the auction by phone

under any circumstances.

h. Online Bids via Invaluable

If the bidder cannot attend the auction, it may be possible to bid online

via Invaluable for preferred Lots to bear individual buyer's responsibilities.

This service is free and confidential. For information about registering

to bid via Invaluable, please refer to Ravenel.com. The Bidders using

the Invaluable online bidding service are subject to the additional terms

and conditions for online bidding via Invaluable, which can be viewed at

Ravenel.com and be revised by the Company from time to time.

i. Exchange Rate Conversion Board

There will be an exchange rate conversion board operating in auctions.

Nonetheless, the auction will still be conducted in NT dollars. The exchange

rate conversion board is not absolutely reliable and for the reference

only. The accuracy of either the Lot numbering shown on the board

or the equivalent of the bid price in any foreign currency is not within the

control of the Company. The Company will not be responsible for any

losses caused by the reliance of the Buyer on the exchange rate conversion

board.

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j. Recorded Images

There is image projection in some auctions; however, errors may occur

during the operation. The Company is not liable for the color accuracy

of the reproduced image and whether the projected image corresponds to

the item being auctioned.

k. Determining Power of the Auctioneer

The auctioneer has the absolute power to reject any bid, push for bids

at his/her discretion, withdraw any auction items, separate or combine

two or more auction items, and if there is any error or dispute, re-auction

the items. If the auctioneer announces the points for attention before the

auction or the bidding, the Prospective Buyers shall pay attention for any

announcement as its own responsibility. We recommend the Prospective

Buyers using Online Bids Services to log in the system prior to the commencement

of the auction, to ensure the timely awareness of any notices

or announcements made prior to the auction.

l. Successful Bids

Under the discretion of the auctioneer, the fall of the hammer indicates

the acceptance of the highest bid price, i.e., the Seller and the Buyer enter

into a successful auction agreement on Hammer Price.

4. Following the Auction

a. The Buyer's Premium of Each Lot

(1) The Buyer should pay the hammer price and, in addition, the Buyer's Premium

to the Company. For hammer price below NT$ 32,000,000 (inclusive),

the Buyer's Premium should be calculated at 20% of the hammer price.

(2) For hammer price higher than NT$ 32,000,000, total amount of the Buyer's

Premium should be that the first NT$ 32,000,000 of the hammer price

should be calculated at 20% and the rest of the amount of the hammer price

should be calculated at 12% of the hammer price.

b. Taxes

All the payments payable by the Buyer to the Company do not include

any commodity or service taxes or any other value added taxes (whether

imposed by the Taiwanese government or elsewhere). The Buyer should

be responsible for paying any applicable taxes as required by the law.

c. Payment

The Buyer should provide his/her/its true name and permanent address

to the Company upon the successful bid. Relevant bank information,

including but without limitations the payment account, should also be

provided upon the company request. All payments due (including the

hammer price, the Buyer's Premium and any freights or other expenses)

should be paid within 7 days following the auction date. The aforesaid

provision also applies if the Buyer intends to export the Lot and (may)

need the export permit.

If the Buyer fails to pay to the Company all the payments due, the Buyer

will not acquire the ownership of the Lot even if the Company has delivered

such item to the Buyer. If the payment to the Company are made in

any currency other than NT dollars, the exchange rate of the payments

to the Company should be the exchange rate reported by the Bank of

Taiwan to the Company on the auction date and should be based on the

certificates issued by the Company according to such exchange rate.

d. Collection of the Lot Sold

Unless otherwise agreed by the Company, the Company will hold temporarily

the successfully sold Lots until all payments to the Company are

made in full. The Lot will be covered by the insurance of the Company

from the auction date for 7 days during the temporary holding period.

The insurance coverage will terminate upon earlier collection of such

item. The Buyer should be responsible for all risks following expiration

of the said 7-day period or the collection (whichever is the earlier).

e. Referral of Packaging or Transportation Companies

The shipping department of the Company may introduce the forwarder,

assist in the arrangement of delivery, or purchase particular insurance

upon the Buyer's request. The Company will not be held liable for any legal

responsibilities in this regard. And the Buyer shall prepay the freight

charges. Costs and expenses for shipping and insurance shall be paid in

advance.

f. Remedies for Non-Payment or Non-Collection of Items Sold

The Company is entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights

or remedies if the Buyer fails to make payment within 7 days following

the auction date:

(1) An interest at the annual rate of no higher than 10% plus the base interest

rate of Bank of Taiwan will be imposed on all of the payment due if

payment is not made within 7 days following the auction date. Besides,

we have the right of charging also 1% selling price (including of hammer

price and Buyer's Premium) multiplied by the number of delayed days as

fine for the default. The payment to be made by the Buyer may offset any

payment owed by the Company or its subsidiaries to the Buyer for any

other transactions upon the Company's sole decision.

(2) To exercise lien of any items owned by the Buyer and held by the Company

for any purpose including but without limitations other transactions.

The Company may arrange to sell such items after serving a 14-day notice

to the Buyer about his/hers/its non-payment. The proceeds shall make

up for the payment due.

(3) If the Buyer owes the Company several payments as a result of different

transactions, the payments will set-off any payments due in any particular

transaction, regardless of whether the Buyer specifies to setoff such payments.

(4) Refuse the Buyer to make, or to make on behalf of others, bids in any

future auctions and/or to require a security deposit from the Buyer before

accepting any future bids from him/her/it. If the Buyer fails to make payment

within 35 days, the Company is entitled to exercise one or more of

the following rights in addition to the aforementioned:

(a) To bring legal proceedings against the Buyer on behalf of the Seller to

claim the entire payment due and the legal fees and attorney fees resulting

from such proceeding based on a total claim.

(b) Cancel the transaction of Lots bid by the Buyer or any other auction items

sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auctions.

(c) To arrange a public or private re-sale of the Lot. If the re-selling price is

lower, the difference will be claimed against the Buyer together with any

cost incurred as a result of the non-payment by the Buyer.

g. No Collection of the Lot Sold

The Company will arrange for the storage of the Lot if such item sold is

not collected within 7 days following the successful auction, regardless

of payment. Such storage cost will be borne by the Buyer. Only when the

storage, handling, shipping, insurance cost and any other expenses together

with any other payments due to the Company are paid in full can

the sold Lot be collected.

h. Export Permit

Except where otherwise agreed in writing by the Company, the fact that

the Buyer's wishes to apply for an export permit does not affect the Buyer's

responsibility to make the payments in 7 days following the auction

date; nor does it affect the Company's right to impose interest on delayed

payments.

If the Buyer requests that the Company applies for the export permit on

his/hers/its behalf, the Company is entitled to collect monies made in

connection with such an application and any miscellaneous expenses together

with any relevant value added taxes.

If the Buyer makes the payment regardless of the fact that an export permit

is needed, the Company is not responsible for returning to the Buyer

any interest or other expenses incurred therefrom.

5. The Legal Responsibility of the Company

The Company is responsible for returning payment to the Buyer pursuant

to Article 2, Section 6. Otherwise, whether the Buyer, the Company, any

employees or agents of the Company will not be held liable for any statements

of the author, history, date, year, ownership, authenticity or origin

of any auction item or any errors with respect to any explanations and

any flaws or defects of any auction item. The Seller, the Company, the

employees or the agents of the Company make no guarantee impliedly

or explicitly with respect to any auction items. Any warranty of any kind

shall not be included herein.

6. Return of Payments for Counterfeits or stolen goods

The transaction will be cancelled and payments made before remit to

the Seller will be returned to the Buyer if the Lot of the Company is

confirmed to be a counterfeit or stolen goods, or involved in obvious illegality

by the professional appraisal party agreed and recognized by the

Company in writing. However, if:

a. The catalogue explanations or the notice at the auction distributed on

the auction day corresponds to the opinions generally accepted by the

academic or professional fields or explicitly indicates it conflicts with the

opinions generally accepted by the academic or professional fields.

b. Or the method used to prove that the Lot is a counterfeit or stolen goods

is a scientific procedure not generally accepted for use before the publication

of the catalogue or a procedure unreasonably expensive on the

day of the auction, or impractical, or may cause damage to the Lot; the

Company is not liable for the return of any payment under any circumstances.

In addition, the Buyer's payment can only be refunded when the

following terms are met:

(1) The Buyer must notify the Company in writing within 10 days following

the auction day that he/she considers the relevant auction item a counterfeit

or stolen goods.

(2) The Buyer must return the Lot to the Company within the following 14

days and the condition of the item must be the same as on the auction day

without any damage.

(3) Upon returning the Lot, the Buyer must present evidence as soon as

possible to convince the Company that the Lot is a counterfeit or stolen

goods (The Company has the final and sole discretion and decision and

such decision shall not be objected in this regard). The Buyer may also

assign the good ownership of the Lot to the Company, which shall not

concern any third party claim. Under no circumstances is it necessary for

the Company to pay the Buyer an amount more than what the Buyer pays

in connection with the Lot and the Buyer cannot claim interests.

The interests of the warranty cannot be assigned and belong solely to the Buyer

who receives the original invoice on which such Buyer's name is recorded from

the Company when the Lot is sold. Such Buyers shall remain the owner of the

auction Lot and cannot assign any interest of the Lot to any other person. The

Company is entitled to ascertain that the Lot is not a counterfeit or stolen goods

based on a scientific procedure or any other procedure, regardless of whether

such procedure is being used on the day of the auction. If the result of appraising

and verifying whether the Lot is a counterfeit or stolen goods by the Company

conflicts with the evidence provided by the Buyer, the Company's said result

shall prevail over the evidence provided by the Buyer.

Please refer to our website for seller’s Transaction Agreement.

http://ravenel.com

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ARTIST INDEX

Lot 604

Lot 627

Lot 607

AU Ho-nien (Taiwanese, 1935)

Born in Guangdong province, AU Ho-nien took

apprenticeship with ink master Chao Shaoan, and

his works have strong influence from the Lingnan

School of Art. He promotes creativity from the

basis of traditional Chinese paintings. Thus, his

works obtained the essence of traditional Chinese

painting with a hint of style from Japanese art.

Au's works have been welcomed within and

beyond Taiwan, and have participated in various

cities around the world. Au also devotes his life in

art education and is currently a professor in the

Chinese Culture University in Taiwan.

CHANG Gu-Nien (Taiwanese, 1905 - 1987)

Born in Jiangsu, CHANG Gu Nien was an

apprentice of Feng Chaoran and Wang Tongyu in

Paintings and Poems. Chang excelled in landscape

paintings and calligraphy. He practiced calligraphy

by copying old masters from Ming and Qing

dynasty. His skills were praised widely early at the

age of 16. Chang has rich contribution in the art

field. He taught in universities and established the

Seven Friends' Art Group with his fellow artists.

CHANG Yun-Ming (Taiwanese, 1949)

Born in Taiwan, CHANG Yun-ming has graduated

from the National Taiwan University of Arts and

earned a Master degree at the Lindenwood

University in the US. Chang’s works reflect

flashbacks of his daily life and his inner feelings,

expressed through lines and depiction in both

Chinese and Western techniques. His unique

creative style allowed his works to be included in

permanent collection of national institutions, such

as the National Taiwan

1935









1905 - 1987







( 1949

2000

Lindenwood







1995

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Lot 624

Lot 608

Lot 619

CHAO Shao-An (Chinese, 1905 - 1998)

Born in Guangdong Panyu, CHAO Shao-an was

a famous artist who followed the apprenticeship

with Gao Qifeng, the primary advocator of Lingnan

School of Art. Chao promoted the belief of the

School and incorporated the essence of Japanese

and Western paintings into traditional Chinese

paintings. Chao was a gifted artist who excelled

in all categories including landscape, flower and

bird, portrait, fish and animal. Chao emphasized

the use of brushwork instead of a depiction of

objects. As an art educator, he devoted his lifetime

in art education and established an institute for the

Lingnan School of Art.

CHEN Ting-shih/CHEN Ting-shi

(Taiwanese, 1916 - 2002)

Born in Fujian, China. Chen lost his hearing at

an early age but possessed sharp his artistic

abilities. On the contrary, he managed to focus on

his art and has come to be known, fittingly, as a

"complete artist". Chen left for Taiwan in 1948 and

has participated in various artistic circles such as

Fifth Moon, the Modern Graphic Art Association

and the Modern Eyes Group. He often exhibited

as part of the Salon de Mai, on top of regular

solo shows. Chen's lithographs, iron sculptures,

calligraphy and acrylic paintings are influenced by

the Chinese literati's school of thought and have

left a lasting impression on 20th-century Chinese

modern art. His works found in major museums

such as the Rockefeller Foundation, the Cincinnati

Museum, and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine

Arts.

HUANG Chun-Pi/Junbi

(Taiwanese, 1898 - 1991)

Born in Guangdong, HUANG Chun-Pi was a

reputable painter named “the Three Overseas

Master Painters” along with CHANG Da-chien and

PU Hsin-yu. Devoted to painting at a very young

age, Huang learnt painting from ancient relics.

He believed that Chinese paintings should follow

the traditional way and rejected Lingnan art style,

thus dedicated most of his times to studying old

masterpieces. At the age of 26, Huang held his first

solo exhibition. At the age of 40, he devoted his

lifetime as an artist, a professor, a scholar and an

art collector.

( 1905-1998









1916 - 2002

19161948






1970






IBM


1898 - 1991







2640

50






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ARTIST INDEX

Lot 603

Lot 628

Lot 623

JI Kang (Taiwanese, 1911 - 2007)

Born in Shanghai, JI Kang was raised in a literati

family and moved to Taiwan in 1947. Since an early

age, Ji learnt from ancient paintings and excelled

in three dominant genres: lady, horse and flower

and bird. Artist comrades in Shanghai included PU

Hsin-yu, CHANG Da-chien, LANG Jingshan. After

his arrival in Taiwan, he took dominant roles in art

education, such as Professor of Art at the Chinese

Culture University, Committee members in the

Department of Education of Art etc. His works were

kept as permanent collection of major museums

including the National Palace Museum in Taiwan.

JU Ming (Taiwanese, 1938)

Ju Ming was born in Miaoli, Taiwan. He

developed his unique artistic style through various

apprenticeships with mentors including master

sculptor Yuyu Yang (1926-1997), who advised

Ju to take up Taichi. Studying this martial art

subsequently inspired Ju’s distinctive Taichi series.

Ju’s other sculptural series include the ‘Nativist’ and

‘Living World’ series. Following his 1976 exhibition

at the Natural Museum of History in Taipei, Ju

received a number of accolades including one

of ten prestigious Outstanding Young Persons

from Taiwan awards and an Arts Award from the

Chinese Cultural and Arts Association. The Juming

Museum, where much of his work is housed, was

established in Chin-shan, Taipei County in 1999,

under Ju’s direction. He continues to work in

Taiwan and became the second Taiwanese artist to

receive the Fukuoka Art and Culture Award in 2007.

LI Qimao (Chinese, 1925)

Born in Anhui Province, LI Qimao practised

calligraphy with his father and followed mentor

LU Huashi in genres including flower and bird,

landscape and animals, portraits and Buddhist

paintings. Li was active in revolutionary paintings

for his political party. Li devote his lifetime in

art creating and education, focusing on Eastern

and Western techniques, to promote Taiwan ink

development in a new level.

1911 - 2007










1938

1953-1957

1968-19761926-1997






199712

1999


2007


1925



1949





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Lot 621

Lot 601 Lot 602

LIAO Horng-Shing (Taiwanese, 1964)

Born in Shengane, Taichung. At an early age

he was influenced by his literati grandfather LU

Chung-tu and cultivated a liking for literature and

art. When he was a student in Chinese Culture

University, he was taught by various famous artists

including AU Ho-nien, CHIANG Chao-shen, WU

Hsueh-jang and WONG Lui-sang and therefore

had a firm groundwork experience while being able

to capture the modern atmosphere. In addition

to color mixtures, he sometimes used contrasting

colors or primary colors. He used to won the AU

Ho-nien special prize and the first prize of the

Chinese Culture University art exhibition, Hwuagang

Art Exhibition, Artistic Creation Award of

the Department of Education, Asia Art Exhibition

in Japan, Olympics Memorial Art exhibition and

so on. He has already held nine personal art

exhibitions after graduating from graduate school.

Meanwhile he also had personal art collection

published.

LIN Zexu (Chinese, 1785 - 1850)

LIN Zexu was a respected figure in Chinese history.

He was a political figure in Mid-/Late-Qing dynasty,

an advocate, a calligrapher and a poet. Born in

Fujian province, Lin was a viceroy of Huguang,

Shangan and Yungui and was renowned for his

campaign to suppress opium consumption.

LUO Fu (Taiwanese, 1928 - 2018)

Born in Hunan province, LUO fu was a well

respected Chinese poet. Throughout his lifetime,

Luo was devoted to foreign language studies and

translation. He also actively took up important

roles in teaching foreign language in various

institutions including Soochow University in

Taiwan and Beijing Normal Universities. His poems

received high recognition and he was ranked first

among Taiwan's Top 10 poets in 2001, and earned

a Lifelong Honorary Recognition medal from the

Chinese Writer's & Artist's Association.

1964











1785 - 1850






1928 - 2018






2001

2003



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Lot 620

Lot 613

Lot 627

RAN In-ting (Taiwanese, 1903 - 1979)

Born in Yilan, Taiwan. Ran studied watercolor

painting from his mentor, Ishikawa Kinichiro.

Then he went to Japan and had been invited to

many exhibitions in Tokyo and Taiwan. In 1929,

he was named honorary member of the British

Royal Watercolor Association and was invited as a

guest lecturer in Europe, North America and Asia.

He then became the editor of Taiwan Pictorial

Magazine and Good Harvest Magazine. Ran was

selected as one of the top ten watercolor artist

in the world by the critics in 1971. He served as

president of China Television System in 1973 and

passed away in 1979. Ran specialized in portraying

the local people's life and combining the technique

of Chinese Calligraphy and watercolor together to

achieve his unique expression of pictorial space.

SUN Yunsheng (Chinese, 1918 - 2000)

Born in Hebei Ninghe, Sun Yunsheng was regarded

as the most distinguished apprentice of CHANG

Da-chien. Since 1936, he followed Chang and

had the most comprehensive training in terms of

landscape, characters, flowers and birds paintings.

Since the age of 9, Sun practiced art with his

uncle, learning ancient calligraphy of WANG Xizhi,

OUYANG Xiu, SU Shi, etc., later became apprentice

of WANG Xuetao, QIN Zhonglin and WU Peiheng.

TAI Jing-nong (Taiwanese, 1902 - 1990)

Born in Anhui Province, TAI Jing-nong devoted

his lifetime in writings and calligraphy. Tai received

recognition from great literati Lu Xun and devoted

his life in research and education in this area. He

was praised by Chang Da-chien as the only person

who could bring justice to Ni Yuanlu's calligraphy

in Running Script calligraphy, and received high

recognition in terms of achievement in literature

and calligraphy.

1903 - 1979


1929




1971

1973

1979


1991

1998


1918 - 2000

1936








1902 - 1990








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CHEN Yung-Mo (Taiwanese, 1961)

Born in Taiwan and graduated from the Chinese

Cultural University in Taiwan, CHEN Yung-Mo is a

talented artist, well-trained in different areas of arts.

Chen had training under Ren Bonian and Chen

Hongshou in Gongbi and Wu Ping for calligraphy

and Li You for writing poems. His literati upbringing

enriched his artistic creation, allowing his work

to be appreciated by collectors from around the

world, including Taipei, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Chen devote his life in art education and is

currently a professor at the Tunghai University in

Taiwan.

Lot 609

WANG Ji-Qian/C. C. WANG

(Chinese, 1906 - 2002)

Wang Jiqian was born in Suzhou, China. A

renowned art collector in New York, Wang was

esteemed worldwide as an expert connoisseur

and scholar of Chinese paintings and calligraphy

art. Records of his interviews were translated into

Chinese and published under the title, C.C Wang

Reflects on Paintings. The National Palace Museum

Taipei published the dialogues in a series of 16

articles in the National Palace Museum Journal

from 1984 to 1985, which received tremendous

feedbacks.

Wang came from a family of artists and scholars

and grew up with an extensive collection of arts.

Beyond his family influence, Wang studied painting

with renowned painters, GU Linshi, at an earlier

age, and WU Hufan during his years as a law

student at Soochow University, Shanghai. Wang

devoted over 75 years of his life to studies and

collection of Chinese paintings and calligraphy

works and several decades ago he conferred part

of his collection to the Metropolitan Museum of

Art, New York.

Lot 625

WU Hsueh-Jang/Xue-rang

(Taiwanese, 1923 - 2013)

As known as Tui-Bo, Wu Xue-rang graduated from

National Academy of Art (now known as China

Academy of Art), was a school fellow of SHIY

De-jinn, and a student of LIN Fengmian, PAN

Tiansou, and LI Keran who were the masters of

Modern Chinese paintings. Wu was master at the

traditional Chinese ink painting, however he began

his own unique modern ink and water painting

path under the influence of modern art stream

from the Western during the 1960s, in which we

see the artist acquired the lines from the Chinese

calligraphy and developed his peculiar style. He

tried to explore the relationship between the

society, families, and the contemporaries through

his works which somehow reveal a sense of naivety

and romantic. After the 1990s, he dismissed

Chinese bronze inscriptions into his paintings

and created an atmosphere of contemporary art

language. He taught in many universities such ad

Chinese Culture University, Tunghai University and

National Taipei University of Education (now known

as University of Taipei), and held a numerous

exhibitions both in Taiwan and the overseas, and

he was also a jury to many art competitions.for

publishing by the Zhonghua Book Company.

1961








1906 - 2002





1984198516










1923 - 2013



1967




1990





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Lot 622

XU Beihong (Chinese, 1895 - 1953)

Born in Jiangsu, XU Beihong was a respected

modern Chinese painter and a prominent art

educator in China. Xu was trained by his father

in poems, calligraphy and paintings, and studied

overseas in Japan and France. Xu excelled in

Western oil paintings, Chinese ink paintings and

live drawings. Xu promoted a combination of

both Western and Chinese techniques in art, with

dominant genres including horse, flower and bird,

landscape and animals, focusing on capturing

their vibrant moves. Xu took up major roles in art

education and had important contributions to art

development.

Lot 614/Lot 615/Lot 616/Lot 617/Lot 618

YU Cheng-yao (Taiwanese, 1898 - 1993)

Born in 1898 in Yongchun, Fujian, Yu went to

Waseda University in japan to study economics

in 1920. The following year, he transferred to the

Japanese Army Officers' Academy. In 1923, he

returned to China to teach at the Whampoa Military

Academy. In 1946, he retired from military service

at the rank of lieutenant-general. In 1949, he came

to Taiwan. In 1977, he held his first overseas solo

exhibition at New York Chinese Cultural Center. In

1986, at the advanced age of eighty-eight, he held

his first solo exhibition at the Hsiung-shih Gallery in

Taiwan. In 1987, his held a solo exhibition at Hong

Kong City Hall. In 1988, the National Museum

of History held a retrospective exhibition of his

works; in the same year, Hanart Gallery Taipei also

held his exhibition “Recent works by YU Chengyao”.

YU Cheng-yao only started painting at the

age of fifty-six. Because in his early years he had

been in the military and traveled extensively, his

style of painting was more of a recapitulation from

memory. He was a successful self-taught painter,

calligrapher and poet.

Lot 610/Lot 611/Lot 612

YU Chung-lin/Zhonglin (Chinese, 1925 - 1985)

Born in Shandong, Yu Chung-Lin was a reputable

Master of Flowers and Birds. The admiration

for paintings was influenced by his family. As an

apprentice of JIN Qinbo, Yu learnt Song’s Gongbi

Style and continued refining his skills by studying

Japanese Flowers and Birds paintings. Yu yearned

for perfection and studied every object in every

detail, so that objects can be painted in minutest

detail and with extraordinary care. His persistent

in this refinement made his works one of the best

paintings in Gongbi style.

1895 - 1953










1898 - 1993

18981920

1923

19461949

1977

1986

1987

1988





1925 - 1985






19491956




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ZHANG Guangbin (Taiwanese, 1915 - 2016)

ZHANG Guangbin was born in 1915 in Sichuan.

He spent his childhood emerged in the beautiful

landscape of Sichuan and the impressive experience

became the fountain of his creativity in art. Zhang

learnt from masters such as FU Baoshi, LI Keran,

HUANG Chun-Pi, PAN Tianshou, FENG Zikai and

KAO Hungchin. Zhang’s research covers clerical script

and tablet inscriptions of the Northern Wei Dynasty.

Furthermore, his cursive script captures the spirit of

Bada Shanren.

After coming to Taiwan at the age of 53 years old,

Zhang worked in Department of Painting and

Calligraphy at the National Palace Museum and was

responsible for the discipline of calligraphy education.

The artist issued dozens of vital essays related to

Chinese art history during that time. Moreover, Zhang

got The 29th National Culture Award of R.O.C. (Taiwan)

in 2010 which testifies to his important role as a

contemporary painting and calligraphy artist. Zhang

held exhibitions in Taipei Fine Art Museum, National

Taiwan Museum, and National Museum of History. His

paintings were also collected by many magnificent art

institutions such as National Museum of History, China

Academy of Art and Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.

( 1915 - 2016

1915






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1990


2004

2010



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