A Chinese ‘Liberty & Matrimony” tea bowl and saucer decorated after Pater. Yongzheng period.
Painted in the famille rose palette, after the painting of Pater “L’attrapeur d’oiseaux”, representing a couple seated in a garden, the lady holding an open birdcage.
- Period :
- Yongzheng (1723-1735)
- 3.93 in. (10 cm)
- Reference :
Galerie DUVAUCHEL Rue de l'Université, 38 Paris
For a pair of cup and saucer, see Christie’s, Londres, 11 mai 2004, lot 17
An other one, from the J. Louis Binder Collection, was sold at Christie’s London (17 june 2003, lot 171).
One is illustrated by Hervouët & Bruneau in La porcelaine des Compagnie des Indes à Décor Occidental (Paris, 1986, p. 90, fig. 4.26).
Ons other, from the Mottaheded Collection, exhibited at the Virginia Museum, is illustrated in China for the West, London and New York, 1978, vol. II, p. 360, no 349.