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A pale blue Guan-type glazed bottle vase, Qianlong six-character seal mark and of the period

In Appreciation of China:Monochromes

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A slightly compressed globular vase set on a spreading foot and with an elegant tall gently-flaring neck, the entire piece (with the exception of the underside of the foot) decorated with a pleasing, pale blue Guan-type glaze, with an underglaze blue six-character Qianlong seal mark on the base. From late in the Kangxi period, through their development during the Yongzheng reign, pieces produced in tribute to the Song Dynasty Imperial wares became increasing popular amongst Qing Dynasty collectors. Evidence of this can be seen in a Yongzheng period painting by Giuseppe Castiglione (Lang Shining) depicting a flower arrangement set in a similar Guan-type vase.PROVENANCE: The descendants of Dudley L. Pickman (1779-1846), founding member of the East India Marine Society and CharlesG. Loring (1828-1902), the first director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. See Skinner'sSpring Auction, Boston, 19 March 2016, lot 201.
A slightly compressed globular vase set on a spreading foot and with an elegant tall gently-flaring neck, the entire piece (with the exception of the underside of the foot) decorated with a pleasing, pale blue Guan-type glaze, with an underglaze blue six-character Qianlong seal mark on the base. From late in the Kangxi period, through their development during the Yongzheng reign, pieces produced in tribute to the Song Dynasty Imperial wares became increasing popular amongst Qing Dynasty collectors. Evidence of this can be seen in a Yongzheng period painting by Giuseppe Castiglione (Lang Shining) depicting a flower arrangement set in a similar Guan-type vase.PROVENANCE: The descendants of Dudley L. Pickman (1779-1846), founding member of the East India Marine Society and CharlesG. Loring (1828-1902), the first director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. See Skinner'sSpring Auction, Boston, 19 March 2016, lot 201.

Appreciation of China:Monochromes

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