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)
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
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
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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