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Subject:Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: Colin Thu, Aug 10, 2017 IP: 197.168.212.178

Hi there, if anyone could please help me identify the artist/inscription, thank you in advance for your time. regards







Subject:Re: Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: Bokaba Sat, Aug 12, 2017

Looks possibly Republic (1912-1949) to me. Probably in the style of the famous Qing landscape artist Wang Hui.

Bokaba

Subject:Re: Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: Bill H Sun, Aug 13, 2017

The inscriptions reflect different, apparently seasonal titles, while agreeing that your plaques were made at Jingdezhen during the Bingyin year, a cyclical date falling its last two times in 1926 and 1986, or 'Years of the Tiger' in the Chinese Zodiac. Nothing I see seems to be an artist signature, unless there's something in the red seals, which I can't read.

I defer to others as to which of Bingyin might be the right one, while offering a semi-educated guess that Jingdezhen probably was still capable of producing a better looking product in 1926.

Best regards,

Bill H.

Subject:Re: Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: Colin Sun, Aug 13, 2017

Thank you both for the information, highly appreciated.

Subject:Re: Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: I. Nagy Tue, Aug 15, 2017

May I add my translation of inscriptions,
秋光山色    Autumn mountain scenery
丙寅年畫于景徳鎮 Fire Tiger year picture
in Jingdezheng
春光明媚    Sunlit and enchanting scene in
spring
(Cont. same as above)
高山峽水    High mountains and narrow waters
(Cont. same as above)
Sorry, the seals are too obscure to decipher.
With regards,

Subject:Re: Please identify artist porcelain plaque
Posted By: Colin Wed, Aug 16, 2017

Hi there

Thank you so much for the response and the help. Have a wonderful day.


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