Among the collections featured at "Italian Mansions" last June, an unusual and sought-after collection of Oriental Art stood out, reconfirming once again the variety of the catalog. Porcelain plates, teapots, bowls and vases, along with bronze statues and figures.
But attracting great attention from the public was a selection of porcelain works inspired by the animal world. Rare figures of carps, hawks, doves and many other animals made of the finest porcelain created a unique collection.
Since its dawn, 2,500 years ago, Buddhism has been, and is today, a major source of inspiration for Eastern art and architecture, giving rise to a complex and multifaceted iconographic and symbolic system. The important output of Buddhist art that has survived over the years tells us the wonderful and surprising story of a religion […]
The second event in Milan with the Oriental Art has not betrayed the expectations, achieving a total sales of 2.294 million euros. This semester the main section of the catalog was dedicated to an extensive and important collection of bronze sculptures, especially in gilt bronze, among which the important figure of the thirteenth century […]