23 May 2019 | 10:30am
Yao Yuanzhi (1773-1852)
Yao Yuanzhi (1773-1852), ink on paper, two cats beneath a peony tree, with two seals reading as 姚氏伯昂 and 南齐旧史 and dated to the summer of 1833, 134cm x 50cm and a painting attributed to Gu Hui, 19th century, ink and colours on silk, Lotus Flowers, 42cm x 28cm and Six various Chinese paintings, ink and colours, variously signed, including: He Jizhen, Cai Zhilong etc., various sizes and two Japanese paintings, all mounted as scrolls (10)
Yao Yuanzhi was born in Anhui Province and was a Court Secretariat of the Daoguang Emperorand Vice Minister of the the Ministry of Public Works. Gu Hui, a 19th century female painter born between Jiaqing and Daoguang period.
姚元之《猫戏牡丹》 纸本水墨立轴 及 其他花鸟书画等10件