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A set of six Japanese framed panels of birds and flowers, probably Momoyama period, 16th-early 17th Century, ink and colour on paper, 98 x 56 cm (each painting), framed by Lloyd Reeves, Art Trade Frames, similar example please see William Watson (ed), 'The

A Japanese framed two panel screen of Tsuru (crane), Edo period (1603-1868), ink and colour on gold leaf, 138 x 157 cm (each painting), Framed by Lloyd Reeves, Art Trade Frames. Provenance: Acquired from Kazari, 1994

A pair of Chinese 19th century export paintings on rice paper, finely detailed and painted in natural pigments, depicted wearing Royal court garments, 11.5 x 20 cm and 8 x 19 cm within mounts, (2)

A framed Canton export portrait painting of a Chinese woman, late Qing Dynasty@. 70 x 51 cm. Provenance: A Melbourne Private Collection

A Chinese export painting of a sailing clipper, late Qing Dynasty, 19th century, oil on canvas, gilt-wood frame. 19 x 23.8 cm. Provenance: Bill & Eileen Cammack Collection, purchased in the 1980's (by repute)

Cheng Shifa (1921 - 2007), Girl and Rooster Ink on paper, framed and glazed Inscribed and signed Cheng Shifa, with three seals of the artist Dated 1982 79.5 cm x 49 cm. Provenance: Private collection NSW, purchased in an exhibition held by a regional galle

Four various Chinese items, including early 20th century Embroidered scene on silk (very fragile); two floral embroideries; and trade painting on pith of man with hoe. 48 x 60 cm. (silk)

Large 19th century Chinese export reverse glass, painting depicting young children games in a palace setting in a wooden frame 580 x 80.5 cm

Two Chinese export reverse glass paintings, 19th/20th century, comprising one depicting maidens watering plants on a pavilion terrace; the other of a dignitary seated at a table with attendants standing nearby and receiving approaching visitors to his gard

A Chinese trade OIL painting, c. 1860 a gardening scene. Height 44 cm. Width 58 cm

A Chinese trade oil painting, c. 1860. a tea drinking scene. Height 49 cm. Width 62 cm. A/f

Artist Unknown, Chinese school the Waterfront At Canton (1803-1804) oil on canvas 81. 5 x 127. 5 cm. Provenance: Estate of the late Caroline Elizabeth Oswald Simpson, Clyde Bank, Sydney Christie's London, china trade paintings, 6 April 1998 lot 279

Chinese school trade painting, Qing dynasty, 19th century, panoramic scene with shipping at Whampoa, initialled lower right, oil on canvas, 43 x 75 cm. Provenance: Leonard Joel, Lot 378

Chinese school trade painting-Qing Dynasty, 19th century, Shipping on the pearl river, oil on canvas, 44 x 58 cm. Provenance: Bonham's and Goodman, Lot 158

A Chinese export painting, 19th century, Qing Dynasty. Well painted in oils on canvas, with ladies on a terrace beside a lake. Framed and glazed

A rare pair of Chinese trade paintings depicting various shipping, 19th century, 31 x 50 cm

Three early Chinese trade paintings. Scenes of commerce. Gouache on pith. 31 x 18 cm. (each)

Four early Chinese trade paintings. Scenes of commercial and domestic life. Gouache on pith. 31 x 18 cm. (each)

Four Chinese trade paintings on pith. Depicting family games and activities. Gouache on pith. 31 x 18 cm. (each)

A Chinese trade painting of Hong Kong harbour, Qing dynasty, 18/19th century, oil on canvas 35 x 45 cm

A Chinese trade painting of a three masted vessel, Qing dynasty, 19th century, oil on canvas 58.7 x 43.5 cm

A pair of Chinese trade paintings of European ladies, 19th century

A pair of Chinese trade paintings of ladies, late Qing dynasty, oil on canvas

A Chinese trade painting, 19th century, oil on board

A Chinese trade painting of figures, Qing dynasty, 19th century, oil on canvas

A large reverse glass Chinese export painting, late 19th century, the impressive scene details a lavish court scene of an Emperor and other officials being cared for by their attendants. Framed and with a pair of handles to the top. Height 43 cm. Width 64

A charming pair of reverse glass Chinese export paintings, mid 19th century, the pair each depict young girls in traditional Chinese costume and with elaborate hairstyles set within original frames. N.B. Crack to corner of one glass pane. Height 40 cm. Wid

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