China News Service, Hong Kong, November 25 (Reporter Suo Youwei) Christie’s autumn auctions will be held in Hong Kong from December 1st to 2nd in four auctions.

When visiting the camp on November 25, the reporter was informed that this autumn auction gathered masterpieces from various eras, with a total valuation of more than 1.3 billion yuan (HK$, the same below).

  It is reported that the theme auction "Art Walker" will be the first to raise the hammer on December 1.

This themed auction includes masterpieces by Picasso, Gerhard Richter, Adrian Gurney, Sanyu, Zao Wou-ki, and Zhu Dequn, as well as Jonas Wood and Nicholas Patty’s contemporary art Of exploration.

  Among them, Picasso's painting "Man with a hat" is estimated to be between 48 million and 70 million yuan, and Jean-Michel Basquiat's "Donut's Revenge" (1960-1988) is estimated to be between 140 million and 190 million yuan. Chang Yu The painting "Lilies on a Red Background" is estimated at 100 million to 150 million yuan, and San Yu's other oil painting "Untitled (Pink Hydrangea)" is estimated at 10 to 15 million yuan.

  "Sweeping the Eyebrows-Chinese Song Dynasty Porcelain from the Songdetang Collection" special auction brings together various famous kiln sites in the Song Dynasty, exquisite and elegant, with warm and bright glaze, and simple and meaningful patterns.

One of the most noticeable is the large bowl with peony pattern and Kuikou in Dingyao of the Northern Song Dynasty.

  "Jade Banquet in the Clouds: Important Asian Private Ancient Jade Collection" will present 77 contemporary jade carvings, headed by jade openwork dragon and phoenix designs from the late Warring States Period to the early Western Han Dynasty.

  In addition, Qianlong's imperial hand chair with red sandalwood and passion flower pattern, and different types of artworks from the Hosokawa Family Collection of Japan will appear in this autumn auction.

  Lin Jiaru, vice chairman of Christie’s Asia Pacific and co-director of the 20th and 21st Century Art Department, said: “In recent years, the Asian art market has been rapidly learning, adapting and developing, attracting the attention of the global art world. Christie’s continues to present to collectors through careful planning and innovative display methods. The creations of art masters who are the most representative of styles and themes in the major arts of the 20th and 21st centuries continue to promote the dialogue between global art and culture." (End)