The AIAD is an association of dealers in antiquities (including fine art, coins, metallic and ceramic objects) whose aim is to promote responsible antiquities dealing and to provide a support network and means of exchanging relevant information about fakes, forgeries, fraudulent misrepresentation and stolen good with a view of identifying such items for sale and notifying the relevant authorities. Every member must meet and follow the stringent code of conduct in order to participate in the association. Should you need to check my membership visit this link. China - Late 18th - Early 19th century - Finely executed ink and colour on silk painting depicting an elegant lady drinking tea in a sumptuous room, two artist red seals and wax seal on the reverse; on a later mount.
Painting size: 32.5 x 23 cm. Provenance: From an important Asian art sale, San Francisco, USA. Prior with a USA private collection.
Condition: Good overall condition and good detail as expected with some black ink retouching, toning, creases and repairs. Can be provided if requested. This Item is 100% guaranteed authentic as described. If a recognised authority disputes their authenticity.
Or if the description is found significantly incorrect. All items are sent safely packaged, registered, signed-for and insured. We will do our best to resolve any problem.The item "Fine Provenance Chinese Painting of Lady Late 18th Early 19th Century" is in sale since Thursday, June 14, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Paintings/Scrolls".
The seller is "proto-cultures-art" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.