Zeng Fanzhi 曾梵志

Chinese, b. 1964

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Zeng Fanzhi 曾梵志

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Chinese, b. 1964

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Mask Series, 2006
Sold on Mar 12, 2021
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silkscreen print
79.7 x 109.0 cm
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Mar 12, 2021
Christie's
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ZENG FANZHI (B. 1964) signed in Chinese, numbered and dated '37/60 2006' (lower edge) silkscreen print 109 x 79.7 cm. (427⁄8 x 313⁄8 in.) Executed in 2006. This work is number 37 from an edition of 60.
Mask Series, 2006
silkscreen print
Mar 12, 2021
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79.7 x 109.0 cm
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Mar 12, 2021
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ZENG FANZHI (B. 1964) signed in Chinese, numbered and dated '37/60 2006' (lower edge) silkscreen print 109 x 79.7 cm. (427⁄8 x 313⁄8 in.) Executed in 2006. This work is number 37 from an edition of 60.
€225,000
Landscape, 2009
Sold on Dec 16, 2020
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oil on canvas
50.0 x 151.0 cm
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€225,000
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Dec 16, 2020
Sotheby's
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Property from the Yves Carcelle Collection signé, signé en chinois et daté 2009. huile sur toile 151 x 50 cm; 59 7/16 x 19 11/16 in. Exécuté en 2009.
Landscape, 2009
oil on canvas
Dec 16, 2020
Sotheby's
€225,000
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50.0 x 151.0 cm
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Dec 16, 2020
Sotheby's
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€225,000
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Property from the Yves Carcelle Collection signé, signé en chinois et daté 2009. huile sur toile 151 x 50 cm; 59 7/16 x 19 11/16 in. Exécuté en 2009.
HKD $3,500,000
Mask Series, 1996
Sold on Dec 3, 2020
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oil on canvas
44.0 x 54.0 cm
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HKD $3,500,000
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Dec 3, 2020
Christie's
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signed in Chinese, dated '96' (lower right) oil on canvas 54 x 44 cm. (21 1/4 x 17 3/8 in.) Painted in 1996
Mask Series, 1996
oil on canvas
Dec 3, 2020
Christie's
HKD $3,500,000
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44.0 x 54.0 cm
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Dec 3, 2020
Christie's
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HKD $3,500,000
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signed in Chinese, dated '96' (lower right) oil on canvas 54 x 44 cm. (21 1/4 x 17 3/8 in.) Painted in 1996
HKD $1,625,000
Mao, 2002
Sold on Dec 3, 2020
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oil on canvas
60.0 x 60.0 cm
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HKD $1,625,000
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Dec 3, 2020
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signed with the artist's initials 'ZFZ' (lower right) oil on canvas 60 x 60 cm. (23 5/8 x 23 5/8 in.) Painted circa. 2002
Mao, 2002
oil on canvas
Dec 3, 2020
Christie's
HKD $1,625,000
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60.0 x 60.0 cm
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Dec 3, 2020
Christie's
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HKD $1,625,000
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signed with the artist's initials 'ZFZ' (lower right) oil on canvas 60 x 60 cm. (23 5/8 x 23 5/8 in.) Painted circa. 2002
HKD $9,235,000
Untitled
Sold on Oct 8, 2020
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Oil on canvas
215.0 x 330.0 cm
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HKD $9,235,000
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Oct 8, 2020
China Guardian
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Signed in Chinese and dated on bottom rightLITERATURE2012, Zeng Fanzhi, Gagosian Gallery, London, p.86-912013, Zeng Fanzhi, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris, p.1612013, Cercle Magazine No.3 Winter Issue, Cercle Ltd. Publishing House, London, p.98 EXHIBITED20 Nov 2012 – 19 Jan 2013, Zeng Fanzhi, Gagosian Gallery, London18 Oct 2013 – 16 Feb 2014, Zeng Fanzhi, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris26 Sep – 9 Nov 2017, Arcadia, Gagosian Gallery, Hong KongPROVENANCEGagosian Gallery, LondonImportant Private Collection, EuropeImportant Private Collection, AsiaNote: Two exhibition labels from Gagosian Gallery London and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville are affixed on the reverseThis work is registered in the Archive of Zeng Fanzhi Arts and Education Foundation, and will be included in the forthcoming Zeng Fanzhi Catalogue Raisonné (Information Provided by Zeng Fanzhi Arts and Education Foundation)Looking up at the Starry Sky, Confident in His Own CreativityThe First 'Snowscape' Work by Zeng Fanzhi on Auction“Only when the mind is no hindrance can I paint.”—— Zeng FanzhiIn 2013, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris held a large retrospective exhibition for Zeng Fanzhi, the first Chinese artist to hold a solo exhibition in this bastion of Western art in 100 years, an indication of the respect with which Zeng is viewed internationally. In 2019, three of the words top art galleries -- Gagosian Gallery, Hauser & Wirth Gallery and Shanghart Gallery -- made the unprecedented announcement that they would jointly represent the artist, emphasizing the influence of Zeng Fanzhi in the world of modern art. From the surprising Hospital series of works in the early 1990s to the Mask series in 1994, Zeng's richly diverse creations have fascinated the world. On the eve of the New Millennium the artist started to research Chinese art from the Tang and Song dynasties (618-1279). These studies influenced Zeng and his works became more abstract in nature, with particular focus on exploring line expressiveness and flow, resulting in the extraordinary Chaotic Brush series. At the current autumn auction Untitled is one of the artist's more mature works and was previously shown as part of the Chaotic Brush series at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.Largest and First 'Snowscape' WorkA review of Zeng Fanzhi's 2004 Chaotic Brush series shows that he has produced only three snowscape works in his career and the auctioned work is both the first and largest such painting. As such, it clearly represents an important change in the artist's mindset at that time. Zeng was born in Wuhan and before moving to Beijing snowy scenes were extremely rare events in his life, a rarity that made such memories all the more precious. In Untitled, the snow reflects the morning glow as it flies through the air and falls to Earth, the vivid snowy white, pink and purple surrealist colors coming from the romantic imaginings of memory. However, this seemingly unified color spectrum contains within it all kinds of changes and subtle layering. For example, although Zeng's focus is the dark night in the moment before dawn, the vigorous and strong chaotic lines span everything the viewer sees and the signs of daybreak in the distance are a secret and unknowable territory. From within the dark deep night a rose red hue radiates like the cheek of a young girl, the smudged purple night ensuring the boundless land exudes hope hidden in the darkness of night. The snowdrops fall to the ground as if in a crescendo, decorating the endless night sky in the moments before dawn and viewers can imagine the multicolored spring sludge that follows. The marks of the oil colors naturally drip and run down, bringing to mind the wild lines of Western abstract master Jackson Pollock, starting with the heart so the lines move unconsciously, retaining the random and independent nature with which they were created. As the oil color drops of flying snow gradually concentrate we can almost discern the movements of the artist completely immersed in the painting process. Zeng's brushwork has great power and range and his use of color is ordered and simple, infusing the work with the aesthetic elements of a Chinese literati painter, so viewers are instantly able to appreciate its deep meaning.A Decade of 'Chaotic Strokes,' Painting Transcendent Scenes'Yi' style abstract brush strokes speak to the free spirit in the human heart—— Ni Yunlin (1301-1374), Yuan Dynasty painter and calligrapher In the decade from the Chaotic Brush series in 2002 to Untitled in 2012, Zeng Fanzhi was already a renowned artist. The initial inspiration for the series came from a garden attached to the artist' studio, a place that gradually became somewhere Zeng went to realize his landscape ideas. In this period, he researched classical garden art and as a result got closer to the various forms and colors of traditional Chinese culture. Through the honing and molding of branches the artist gradually attained perfection and this “garden aesthetic” was reflected in his work as he started to express a traditional Chinese aesthetic view. Although Untitled is a chaotic brushwork painting, on closer inspection there is a hidden order and rhythm to the confused lines, and we can also make out the artistic conception of a Chinese garden. In terms of brushwork Zeng's approach to painting involves not only the movement of the wrist and arm, but the whole body. Based on photographs of the studio it is clear that when Zeng Fanzhi creates art he tends to use a flat tip brush to express horizontal and angular lines or to define the outline of the sky and earth. Thereafter, he employs a finer painting brush for overlapping horizontal and vertical lines, a process akin to the boundless stretching nature of cursive lines. In Untitled, the calligraphic-like lines go from dense and concentrated to sparse, scattered and hidden in the night sky. The branches and old rattan are similar to the pictorial nature of Song Dynasty Cold Forest Old Trees, though the more relaxed structure represents a movement away from the pressure of the twisted roots and gnarled branches in earlier Chaotic Brush series works. The ethereal and transcendent spirit of the painting is imbued with vibrant desire.Tang and Song Landscapes, Exuding Self ConfidenceIn Untitled, the artist extends the concept of Chinese painting. Sui and Tang painting were influenced by popular murals at the time and attached great importance to the narrative nature of a work, as well as the use of color and lines to convey weight or volume. In contrast, Song Dynasty painting focused more on the ethereal beauty of a landscape and artistic conceptualization. Untitled is a combination of these two approaches, expressing the layering of distance and landscape depth within a vertical composition. For Example, in Facing the Moon by Song Dynasty artist Ma Yuan (1160-1225) the rising mist shrouds a cliff between two mountain peaks, one large one small, the “Yi” style abstract brushstrokes reflecting the same pink sunset glow as in Untitled; Moreover, Zeng's densely overlapping “chaotic strokes” can also be compared to Sailing Boats and a Riverside Mansion by Tang Dynasty painter Li Sixun (651-716). The closer scenery at the bottom of the painting is more detailed and the rattan is increasingly ethereal as it climbs upwards, creating a contrast between heaven and earth, ethereal and corporeal. In Untitled Zeng Fanzhi not only salutes the ingenious use of “cursive brushwork” by ancient artists, he also displays confidence in his own instinct and experience with oil colors, showcasing confidence and pride in his own artistic journey.From Europe to Asia - Recorded ProvenanceShortly after Untitled was completed in 2012 it was part of the artist's first solo exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in London, where it was collected by renowned European art collectors Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schull, though it was loaned back and shown as part of a major exhibition by Zeng at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris the following year. The Schulls are not only successful bankers and lawyers they are also important sponsors of Modern Art Oxford, the Contemporary Art Society and Southbank Art Center, London, and known for their impeccable taste in art circles across Europe, which speaks to the importance of the auctioned work. From London to Paris and Hong Kong, Untitled is a testament to a creative turning point in the work of Zeng Fanzhi, but it also reflects a more mature mindset in which the artist is more inward looking and focused on an inner dialogue. As we look at the painting, a corner of the soul makes its presence felt with the glow of early morning light, slowly lighting up the long night and the path traveled by the artist. As if walking down a pathway and looking up at the star-filled sky, Zeng takes off his “mask” and says goodbye to the past, as he walks home one snowy night.
Untitled
Oil on canvas
Oct 8, 2020
China Guardian
HKD $9,235,000
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Painting
215.0 x 330.0 cm
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Oct 8, 2020
China Guardian
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HKD $9,235,000
Description
Signed in Chinese and dated on bottom rightLITERATURE2012, Zeng Fanzhi, Gagosian Gallery, London, p.86-912013, Zeng Fanzhi, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris, p.1612013, Cercle Magazine No.3 Winter Issue, Cercle Ltd. Publishing House, London, p.98 EXHIBITED20 Nov 2012 – 19 Jan 2013, Zeng Fanzhi, Gagosian Gallery, London18 Oct 2013 – 16 Feb 2014, Zeng Fanzhi, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris26 Sep – 9 Nov 2017, Arcadia, Gagosian Gallery, Hong KongPROVENANCEGagosian Gallery, LondonImportant Private Collection, EuropeImportant Private Collection, AsiaNote: Two exhibition labels from Gagosian Gallery London and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville are affixed on the reverseThis work is registered in the Archive of Zeng Fanzhi Arts and Education Foundation, and will be included in the forthcoming Zeng Fanzhi Catalogue Raisonné (Information Provided by Zeng Fanzhi Arts and Education Foundation)Looking up at the Starry Sky, Confident in His Own CreativityThe First 'Snowscape' Work by Zeng Fanzhi on Auction“Only when the mind is no hindrance can I paint.”—— Zeng FanzhiIn 2013, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris held a large retrospective exhibition for Zeng Fanzhi, the first Chinese artist to hold a solo exhibition in this bastion of Western art in 100 years, an indication of the respect with which Zeng is viewed internationally. In 2019, three of the words top art galleries -- Gagosian Gallery, Hauser & Wirth Gallery and Shanghart Gallery -- made the unprecedented announcement that they would jointly represent the artist, emphasizing the influence of Zeng Fanzhi in the world of modern art. From the surprising Hospital series of works in the early 1990s to the Mask series in 1994, Zeng's richly diverse creations have fascinated the world. On the eve of the New Millennium the artist started to research Chinese art from the Tang and Song dynasties (618-1279). These studies influenced Zeng and his works became more abstract in nature, with particular focus on exploring line expressiveness and flow, resulting in the extraordinary Chaotic Brush series. At the current autumn auction Untitled is one of the artist's more mature works and was previously shown as part of the Chaotic Brush series at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.Largest and First 'Snowscape' WorkA review of Zeng Fanzhi's 2004 Chaotic Brush series shows that he has produced only three snowscape works in his career and the auctioned work is both the first and largest such painting. As such, it clearly represents an important change in the artist's mindset at that time. Zeng was born in Wuhan and before moving to Beijing snowy scenes were extremely rare events in his life, a rarity that made such memories all the more precious. In Untitled, the snow reflects the morning glow as it flies through the air and falls to Earth, the vivid snowy white, pink and purple surrealist colors coming from the romantic imaginings of memory. However, this seemingly unified color spectrum contains within it all kinds of changes and subtle layering. For example, although Zeng's focus is the dark night in the moment before dawn, the vigorous and strong chaotic lines span everything the viewer sees and the signs of daybreak in the distance are a secret and unknowable territory. From within the dark deep night a rose red hue radiates like the cheek of a young girl, the smudged purple night ensuring the boundless land exudes hope hidden in the darkness of night. The snowdrops fall to the ground as if in a crescendo, decorating the endless night sky in the moments before dawn and viewers can imagine the multicolored spring sludge that follows. The marks of the oil colors naturally drip and run down, bringing to mind the wild lines of Western abstract master Jackson Pollock, starting with the heart so the lines move unconsciously, retaining the random and independent nature with which they were created. As the oil color drops of flying snow gradually concentrate we can almost discern the movements of the artist completely immersed in the painting process. Zeng's brushwork has great power and range and his use of color is ordered and simple, infusing the work with the aesthetic elements of a Chinese literati painter, so viewers are instantly able to appreciate its deep meaning.A Decade of 'Chaotic Strokes,' Painting Transcendent Scenes'Yi' style abstract brush strokes speak to the free spirit in the human heart—— Ni Yunlin (1301-1374), Yuan Dynasty painter and calligrapher In the decade from the Chaotic Brush series in 2002 to Untitled in 2012, Zeng Fanzhi was already a renowned artist. The initial inspiration for the series came from a garden attached to the artist' studio, a place that gradually became somewhere Zeng went to realize his landscape ideas. In this period, he researched classical garden art and as a result got closer to the various forms and colors of traditional Chinese culture. Through the honing and molding of branches the artist gradually attained perfection and this “garden aesthetic” was reflected in his work as he started to express a traditional Chinese aesthetic view. Although Untitled is a chaotic brushwork painting, on closer inspection there is a hidden order and rhythm to the confused lines, and we can also make out the artistic conception of a Chinese garden. In terms of brushwork Zeng's approach to painting involves not only the movement of the wrist and arm, but the whole body. Based on photographs of the studio it is clear that when Zeng Fanzhi creates art he tends to use a flat tip brush to express horizontal and angular lines or to define the outline of the sky and earth. Thereafter, he employs a finer painting brush for overlapping horizontal and vertical lines, a process akin to the boundless stretching nature of cursive lines. In Untitled, the calligraphic-like lines go from dense and concentrated to sparse, scattered and hidden in the night sky. The branches and old rattan are similar to the pictorial nature of Song Dynasty Cold Forest Old Trees, though the more relaxed structure represents a movement away from the pressure of the twisted roots and gnarled branches in earlier Chaotic Brush series works. The ethereal and transcendent spirit of the painting is imbued with vibrant desire.Tang and Song Landscapes, Exuding Self ConfidenceIn Untitled, the artist extends the concept of Chinese painting. Sui and Tang painting were influenced by popular murals at the time and attached great importance to the narrative nature of a work, as well as the use of color and lines to convey weight or volume. In contrast, Song Dynasty painting focused more on the ethereal beauty of a landscape and artistic conceptualization. Untitled is a combination of these two approaches, expressing the layering of distance and landscape depth within a vertical composition. For Example, in Facing the Moon by Song Dynasty artist Ma Yuan (1160-1225) the rising mist shrouds a cliff between two mountain peaks, one large one small, the “Yi” style abstract brushstrokes reflecting the same pink sunset glow as in Untitled; Moreover, Zeng's densely overlapping “chaotic strokes” can also be compared to Sailing Boats and a Riverside Mansion by Tang Dynasty painter Li Sixun (651-716). The closer scenery at the bottom of the painting is more detailed and the rattan is increasingly ethereal as it climbs upwards, creating a contrast between heaven and earth, ethereal and corporeal. In Untitled Zeng Fanzhi not only salutes the ingenious use of “cursive brushwork” by ancient artists, he also displays confidence in his own instinct and experience with oil colors, showcasing confidence and pride in his own artistic journey.From Europe to Asia - Recorded ProvenanceShortly after Untitled was completed in 2012 it was part of the artist's first solo exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in London, where it was collected by renowned European art collectors Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schull, though it was loaned back and shown as part of a major exhibition by Zeng at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris the following year. The Schulls are not only successful bankers and lawyers they are also important sponsors of Modern Art Oxford, the Contemporary Art Society and Southbank Art Center, London, and known for their impeccable taste in art circles across Europe, which speaks to the importance of the auctioned work. From London to Paris and Hong Kong, Untitled is a testament to a creative turning point in the work of Zeng Fanzhi, but it also reflects a more mature mindset in which the artist is more inward looking and focused on an inner dialogue. As we look at the painting, a corner of the soul makes its presence felt with the glow of early morning light, slowly lighting up the long night and the path traveled by the artist. As if walking down a pathway and looking up at the star-filled sky, Zeng takes off his “mask” and says goodbye to the past, as he walks home one snowy night.
HKD $1,000,000
UNTITLED, 2003
Sold on Oct 7, 2020
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oil on canvas
60.0 cm
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HKD $1,000,000
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Oct 7, 2020
Sotheby's
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ZENG FANZHI b. 1964 UNTITLED oil on canvas initialed, signed and dated 2003 diameter: 60 cm. 23⅝ in. ---------------------------------------------- 曾梵志 生於1964年 無題 油畫畫布 2003年作 款識 ZFZ,曾梵志,2003 直徑: 60 公分 ,35⅜英寸
UNTITLED, 2003
oil on canvas
Oct 7, 2020
Sotheby's
HKD $1,000,000
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60.0 cm
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Oct 7, 2020
Sotheby's
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HKD $1,000,000
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ZENG FANZHI b. 1964 UNTITLED oil on canvas initialed, signed and dated 2003 diameter: 60 cm. 23⅝ in. ---------------------------------------------- 曾梵志 生於1964年 無題 油畫畫布 2003年作 款識 ZFZ,曾梵志,2003 直徑: 60 公分 ,35⅜英寸
HKD $23,575,000
MASK SERIES NO. 11, 1994
Sold on Oct 6, 2020
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oil on canvas
150.0 x 180.0 cm
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HKD $23,575,000
Auction Sale
Oct 6, 2020
Sotheby's
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The First Avant-Garde: Masterworks from the Johnson Chang Collection ZENG FANZHI b. 1964 MASK SERIES NO. 11 oil on canvas signed in Chinese and dated 94 180 by 150 cm. 70⅞ by 62⅝ in. ---------------------------------------------- 先鋒經典:張頌仁睿藏 曾梵志 生於1964年 面具系列11號 油畫畫布 1994年作 款識 曾梵志,94 180 x 150 公分,70⅞ x 62⅝ 英寸
MASK SERIES NO. 11, 1994
oil on canvas
Oct 6, 2020
Sotheby's
HKD $23,575,000
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150.0 x 180.0 cm
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Oct 6, 2020
Sotheby's
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HKD $23,575,000
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The First Avant-Garde: Masterworks from the Johnson Chang Collection ZENG FANZHI b. 1964 MASK SERIES NO. 11 oil on canvas signed in Chinese and dated 94 180 by 150 cm. 70⅞ by 62⅝ in. ---------------------------------------------- 先鋒經典:張頌仁睿藏 曾梵志 生於1964年 面具系列11號 油畫畫布 1994年作 款識 曾梵志,94 180 x 150 公分,70⅞ x 62⅝ 英寸
$137,500
MAO, 2011
Sold on Oct 2, 2020
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oil on canvas
59.7 x 59.7 cm
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$137,500
Auction Sale
Oct 2, 2020
Sotheby's
Description
signed with artist’s initials oil on canvas 23½ by 23½ in. 59.7 by 59.7 cm. framed: 25½ by 25½ in. 64.8 by 64.8 cm. Executed in 2011.
MAO, 2011
oil on canvas
Oct 2, 2020
Sotheby's
$137,500
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59.7 x 59.7 cm
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Oct 2, 2020
Sotheby's
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$137,500
Description
signed with artist’s initials oil on canvas 23½ by 23½ in. 59.7 by 59.7 cm. framed: 25½ by 25½ in. 64.8 by 64.8 cm. Executed in 2011.
$4,000
Mask Series, 2006
Sold on Sep 30, 2020
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silkscreen print
80.4 x 110.4 cm
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$4,000
Auction Sale
Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
Description
signed in Chinese, and dated '2006' (lower right); editioned '37/60' (lower left) silkscreen print 110.4 x 80.4 cm. (43 1/2 x 31 5/8 in.) Executed in 2006 edition 37/60
Mask Series, 2006
silkscreen print
Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
$4,000
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80.4 x 110.4 cm
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Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
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$4,000
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signed in Chinese, and dated '2006' (lower right); editioned '37/60' (lower left) silkscreen print 110.4 x 80.4 cm. (43 1/2 x 31 5/8 in.) Executed in 2006 edition 37/60
$3,250
Mask Series, 2006
Sold on Sep 30, 2020
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silkscreen print
80.4 x 110.4 cm
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$3,250
Auction Sale
Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
Description
signed in Chinese, and dated '2006' (lower right); editioned '37/60' (lower left) silkscreen print 110.4 x 80.4 cm. (43 1/2 x 31 5/8 in.) Executed in 2006 edition 37/60
Mask Series, 2006
silkscreen print
Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
$3,250
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80.4 x 110.4 cm
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Auction Sale
Sep 30, 2020
Christie's
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$3,250
Description
signed in Chinese, and dated '2006' (lower right); editioned '37/60' (lower left) silkscreen print 110.4 x 80.4 cm. (43 1/2 x 31 5/8 in.) Executed in 2006 edition 37/60