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Chinese export hounds decorated in iron red and the collar and tassels in green and blue opaque enamels from the famille rose (fencai) palette, Qianlong reign

Stock Number: 3661

Fine pair of Chinese export hounds decorated in iron red and the collar and tassels in green and blue opaque enamels from the famille rose (fencai) palette, c. 1760, Qianlong reign, Qing dynasty, h. 17 cm, 6 3/4 in. 7.5074 


Chinese Export Porcelain, A Loan Exhibition from New Jersey Collections at the Newark Museum, p. 44, fig. 196/200;

China Trade Porcelain, by J.G. Phillips, plate 73;

Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain, by E. Gordon, plate XIV;

• A Tale of Three Cities: Canton, Shanghai & Hong Kong, by D.S. Howard, 1997 London, p. 137, cat. 175 for a pair of similar hounds but of larger size;

The Choice of the Private Trader, by D.S. Howard, Minneapolis 1994, p. 273;

Oriental Lowestoft, by J.A. Lloyd Hyde, plate XII, fig. 29;

Chinese Porcelain, by A. du Boulay, Hong Kong 1963, p. 74, cat. 102 for a single dog;

Christie’s Pictorial History of Chinese Ceramics, by A. du Boulay, p. 295 for a similar pair;

• Qing Porcelain: Famille Verte, Famille Rose, by M. Beurdeley and G. Raindre, London 1987, p. 84, cat. 119 of a single hound on a base decorated in translucent enamels;

A Connoisseur’s Guide to Chinese Ceramics, by C. and M. Beurdeley, London 1984, p. 257, cat. 139 for a similar but larger pair;

Porcelaine de la Compagnie des Indes (Chinese trade Porcelain), by M. Beurdeley, 1962 Fribourg reprint of 1969, p. 151 for a pair of the same size but decorated in iron-red, c. 1770, p. 176, cat 103 for a Spaniel and cat. 104 for a hound on a base decorated in translucent enamels;

Chinese Ceramics in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, by C.J.A. Jörg, London 1997, p. 198, cat. 223 for a late pair of hounds; 

Collection de M, Fauchier-Magan, sale catalogue, Paris 1928, cat. 11/12 for two hounds on a base decorated in turquoise;

Oriental Lowestoft (Chinese Export Porcelain), by H.W. Gordon and E. Gordon, 1963, p. 21 and p. 28 for a single similar dog;

• Chinese Export Porcelain, Chine de Commande, by D.F. Lunsingh Scheurleer, cat. 332 for a single figure;

• Chinese Export Porcelain from the Museum of Anastácio Gonçalves, Lisbon, by M.A.P. de Matos, Lisbon 1996, p. 262, cat. 155 for a white glazed dog 17 cm high and p. 263, cat. 156 for two iron-red decorated dogs 18 cm high;

The Chinese Pavillon at Drottningholm, 1972 Malmö, p. 129 for 3 pairs of hounds about 17 cm tall decorated in iron-red;

• Chinese and Japanese Works of Art in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen, by J. Ayers, 2016 London, vol. 1, p. 320 for a similar pair of hounds 25 cm high dated 1740/70.




•《中國貿易瓷》,作者J.G. Phillips,1956年美國馬瑟諸塞州劍橋出版,見圖版73;

•《中國外銷瓷收藏》,作者E. Gordon,見圖版14;

•《三城記:廣州,上海和香港》,作者D.S. Howard,1997倫敦出版,見第137頁,編號175 頁近似獵犬塑像一對;

•《私人貿易者的選擇》,作者D.S. Howard,1994年明尼阿波利斯出版,見第273頁;

•《東方的洛斯托夫特》,作者J.A. Lloyd Hyde,見圖版12,圖29;

•《中國陶瓷》,作者A. du Boulay,1963年香港出版,見第74頁,編號102單尊犬塑像;

•《佳士得中國陶瓷史畫報》,作者A. du Boulay,見第295頁近似器一對;

•《清代瓷器:素三彩,粉彩》,作者M. Beurdeley 及 G. Raindre,1987年倫敦出版,見第84頁, 編號119單尊較小的犬塑像,底座施透明釉;

•《中國陶瓷導讀》,C. 及 M. Beurdeley,1984年倫敦出版,見第257頁,編號139近似獵犬像一對;

•《印度公司瓷器》,作者M. Beurdeley,1974年弗里堡出版,見第151頁一對較小塑像, 約1770年,見第176頁,編號103一尊可卡犬像和一尊貓塑像,編號104一尊獵犬像,底座施透明釉;

•《阿姆斯特丹國家博物館藏中國陶瓷》,作者C.J.A. Jörg,1997年倫敦出版,見第198頁, 編號223一對年代稍晚的獵犬像;

•《M. Fauchier-Magan收藏》,1928年巴黎拍賣圖錄,編號11-12兩尊獵犬像,底座施松石女釉;

•《東方洛斯托夫特(中國外銷瓷)》,作者H.W. Gordon 及 E. Gordon,1963年出版, 見第21和28頁一對尺寸較小的近似犬塑像;

•《私人貿易者的選擇》,作者D.S. Howard,1994年明尼阿波利斯出版,見273頁;

•《中國外銷瓷,特別訂製的瓷器》,作者D.F. Lunsingh Scheurleer,見編號332一件塑像;

•《里斯本阿納斯塔修·孔薩維斯博物館藏中國外銷瓷》,作者M.A.P de Matos,1996年里斯本出版,見262頁,編號155一件高17釐米的白釉犬;第262頁,編號156兩件高18釐米的礬紅釉犬;


•《英女王藏中日藝術品》,作者J. Ayers,2016年倫敦出版,見卷一,第320頁一對高25釐米,1740-1770年作的相似獵犬像。