WELCOME TO OAKRIDGE AUCTION GALLERY
UPCOMING AUCTIONS AND EVENTS
Day 1: The focus of Session 1 is on several important private collections, including jade carvings from the estate of Mr. Ng of San Francisco and from the collection of Ashkenazie & Co; Imperial Chinese porcelain from the Slade family collection of Chinese ceramics and jade; cloisonné from the private collection of Mr. Paulson, a former New York City based antique dealer. Also featured are Chinese porcelain dishes, bowls, plaques, and figurines; scholar?s items; Buddhist art; bronze Buddhas, figurines, censers, and vases from China, Japan and Nepal; jade, agate, turquoise, coral, soapstone, Qiyang stone, and other carvings; Peking Glass; jewelry; ruyi; snuff bottles; cloisonné; cinnabar; huanghuali, bamboo, rosewood, and zitan furniture and carvings; and textiles such as Kesi panels, ranking badges, silk robes, embroideries, wool rugs, Thangkas, and Imperial edicts.
Day 2: Offering approximately 150 lots, Session 2 presents a selection of Chinese classical and modern calligraphy and paintings, including works by notable artists such as Zhang Daqian, Hu Shi, Yu Youren, Pu Ru, Huang Junbi, and Qi Baishi, from important private collections of Huang Yinpu, Ma Shuli, Yang Pusheng,etc. Also included are documents; books; handscrolls; fans; calligraphies and paintings from notable artists such as Yu Youren, Pu Ru, Huang Junbi, Hu Shi, Gao Yehou, Wu Changshuo, Ou Haonian, Wang Yacheng, Zhang Daqian, Wang Fuang and more!
The forbidden stitch, to the arts layperson, might sound a little like H.P. Lovecraft mixed with a crafts book. What eldritch knot following non-euclidean geometry (and crafted from hand-spun hypoallergenic alpaca yarn) could such a thing be?
Our very own Erin-Marie Wallace on China Global Network discussing artificial intelligence created art!
Pick any career path, and chances are Romulo has outdone you in it.
If you, like me, grew up in the Washington DC area in the 1960s and 70s you probably remember the ubiquitous Little Tavern Burger joints.
Do you ever feel like you were born in the wrong era?