Barrère Hong Kong


Buddhist sculpture from the Wei to the Qing Dynasty and oil paintings
Exhibited artist: Anle Chen
Booth: E2

Ming Dynasty, 16th century
Dark blue, turquoise and yellow glazed
122 x 91 x 60 cm
Provenance: Ader, Drouot sale from the 5th of June 1963, lot 30; Previously in the Paul Houo Ming Tse Collection

The Jacques Barrère Gallery is located in the heart of Paris, in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district. Since 1969, the gallery has been organising exhibitions to promote and preserve Far-Eastern art. The gallery specialises in Chinese sculpture, archaeology, ceramics and decorative arts, as well as Japanese sculpture and porcelain. Statuary art from Gandhara, India or South-East Asia is also regularly displayed in the gallery.
For Fine art Asia 2020 the Barrere Hong Kong Gallery will present oil paintings from Anle Chen and a selection of important buddhist sculptures.

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