現代繩線串連之西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶 A Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China

現代繩線串連之西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶 A Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China

現代繩線串連之西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶
A Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs and linking with modern threads for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China from 206 B.C. to A.D. 25

尺寸: 長 85 x 寬 W 4.0-5.6 x 厚 D 0.4-1.5 公分
重量: 840 公克
和闐羊脂白玉比重密度: 3.00

建議現代之腰帶穿法: 將腰帶反穿於衣服內讓和闐羊脂白玉表面緊密貼住腰或腹部皮膚。

Size: L 85 x W 4.0-5.6 x D 0.4-1.5 cm
Weight: 840 g
Density (Specific Gravity) of Khotan Mutton fat white Jade: 3.00

Recommended modern dressing method: To wear the belt inside out within the clothes and let the surface of Khotan Mutton fat white Jade touch your skin at waist or abdomen closely.

Mutton Fat White Jade was the only privilege of ancient Emperors’ family.

Jades are beautiful semi-translucent precious stones that are denser than other stones and characterized by shiny, smooth, heavy surfaces and distinct sounds when knocked on. The beautiful characteristics of this work of art have lead to its value as a wonderful decorative keepsake, as well as a great collection for investment, due to the fact that the Archaic Jade (Ancient Old Jade) grows in value as it ages.

"Archaic Mutton Fat White Jade" was the gem class jade of best quality in Han Dynasty China. But the modern people have never seen it before. It was the only privilege of ancient Emperors’ family in Han Dynasty China. The work of art made by this jade was left scarcely and has been seen rarely in this world. Its color is as that of sheep fat and has oily shining luster. Its inner jade muscular tissue contents have semi-boiled rice phenomena existing in the natural ancient archaic old jades. Nevertheless the jades those were carved in Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty, and Modern China have no such phenomena. It looks like foggy translucent due to oily mutton fat appearance, while white jade looks different in this respect. Its oily white shining luster is seen with slight yellow light. It’s oily and solid, translucent and clean, white and without cracks, just like solidified sheep mutton fat. Its skin has no deceiving glass light, thus can be slightly varied after the long-term wear attached to human skin by its owner.

Even if the "Archaic White Jade" (also named as "Archaic Mutton Fat White Jade") has been buried in the water and earth for more than 2000 years, it is only slightly soaked in skin parts and still the same smooth, shiny, oily as before due to its solid and dense quality. This is its very precious value never to be broken over thousands of years and the main reason why it is classified as gem class valuable precious stone. The "Archaic Mutton Fat White Jade Carved Western Han Queen’s Seal" (Weight 33 g) collected by Shaanxi History Museum, Shaanxi Province, China, and this "Khotan Mutton fat white Jade embedded on Bronze carved Belt with the Chinese twelve Year-relation-animal designs for the imperial royal family Western Han dynasty China from 206 B.C. to A.D. 25" (Total Weight 840 g together with Bronze), both have been buried in the water and earth for more than 2000 years, but they are only slightly soaked in skin parts and still the same smooth, shiny, oily as before due to its solid and dense quality. This proves their very precious value never to be broken over thousands of years and the main reason why the works of art carved by Mutton Fat White Jade have been always classified as gem class valuable national treasures.

The reasons why the “Mutton Fat White Jade” is classified as gem class valuable precious stone and the works of art carved by this jade have been always classified as gem class valuable national treasures are as follows:

(1) Never to be destroyed in the water and earth even buried for thousands of years: The hardness, solidness and firmness of the “Mutton Fat White Jade” are better than steel, iron, and other kinds of jades. The discovered ones prove that even if having been buried in the water and earth for 2000 years, they are still the same smooth, shiny, oily as before with the same sheep fatlike oily luster as their original carvings, and never to be destroyed. These jades are really the best research and development objects of the material engineering science in the world.

(2) The beautiful characteristic semi-translucent nature shown like the changeable skin color of a lizard: Due to their natural semi-translucent character, once these jades are placed in front of backgrounds of different colors, the gorgeous colors shown by these jades are to be changed accordingly. Thus they are amazingly beautiful!

(3) Scarcity of discovery, dense and tiny cubic volume, nevertheless bigger than diamond, can be carved into fine works of art by ancient Chinese: The formation of the “Archaic Mutton Fat White Jade” is under the same pressure coefficient from the crust of the earth as diamond on account of its solid and dense characters. Thus these jades are scarce and rare with dense and tiny cubic volume. Nevertheless they are still bigger than diamonds. Diamonds are not to be carved into fine works of art in different shapes full of variety by mankind, but these jades can be done. These archaic jades prove that even 2000 years ago, ancient Chinese had already developed the high technology to carve these extremely firm and hard “Archaic Mutton Fat White Jades” into fine and beautiful works of art for the Imperial Emperor to appreciate the art.

(4) The Legend and Myth Stories of Jade Carved Works of Art done for thousands of years are always forever and forever to Chinese, and never to be ended: In ancient society of China, lots of Legend and Myth Stories of Jade Carved Works of Art done for thousands of years, such as their protections upon their owner master’s body good health, their collections of good lucks and fortunes in behalf of their owner master,…etc, have generally provoked Chinese directly to take great interests in the Jade Carved Works of Art owned by the ancient imperial royal family of the Emperor thousands of years ago. This is the so-called Chinese psychological historical affections upon these Archaic Ancient Old Jades that have been done for thousands of years.

(5) Due to their extremely valuable prices, nevertheless in very tiny cubic volume, easy to be carried by human body in transit and easy to be concealed or hidden from enemies, not to be damaged over thousands of years, have made these Jade Carved Works of Art to become the best haven investment commodity in ancient China: In ancient China, the First Emperor of Qin Dynasty ever tried to exchange his 15 cities for a famous Jade carved work of art called He-Shi-Bi from the Nation Zhao in the historical record. This proves that the Archaic Ancient Old Jades that have been done for thousands of years have been always the substitutes for the most valuable and expensive, high end, strongest currency since the ancient times until now. They are shaped into very tiny cubic volume, easy to be carried by human body in transit and easy to be concealed or hidden from enemies, as well as not to be damaged over thousands of years. Thus these inherent natural features have benefited these Jade Carved Works of Art that have been done for thousands of years to become the best haven investment commodity in ancient China, no matter when it was in peaceful or warring times.

This fine work of art was carved with extremely smooth "Handmade Coincident Carvings" by the excellent imperial jade carving master in Western Han Dynasty China. This is absolutely not to be done and copied by modern carvings. It was prodigious and wonderful God’s masterpiece-like extremely beautiful imperial jade carving work of art appreciated by the ancient emperors in China.

羊脂白玉為中國古代皇帝家族之特權專用玉.

"玉" 為美麗半透光的貴重石頭. 具有表面光亮平滑, 手感沉重, 其密度與比重皆較其它石頭為大, 輕敲時聲音清脆悅耳的特性. 此件藝術品的美麗特質, 使它的價值適合作為一件奇妙的裝飾用紀念品,或是一件投資性的大收藏品. 因為 "古玉雕" 的價值,事實上就如同它的古老年齡一般,年紀愈老,價值愈增.

"羊脂白玉" 為中國漢朝時期玉中寶石級極品, 但現代人卻從未見過, 為漢朝皇帝家族專用玉, 存世極為稀少, 亦極為罕見. 此玉色若羊脂, 具油脂性光澤, 玉之肌裡有天然古玉的飯滲現象, 而明清及現代玉則無. 因水頭足而呈霧狀之半透明狀, 此點與白玉略有不同. 油脂光澤白色中則透出微微黃色, 溫潤堅密, 瑩透純淨, 潔白無瑕, 如同凝脂. 玉皮無玻璃賊光, 皮色可因主人之長期盤玉而起微微變化.

"羊脂白玉" 縱使被浸泡在水土中保持 2000 餘年, 因其質地硬密, 也只是皮色微沁, 卻溫潤如初, 這就是它千年不壞的可貴之處, 也正是它屬寶石級的貴重價值所在之主要原因. 中國陝西省陜西歷史博物館的館藏 "古羊脂白玉雕西漢皇后之璽 (重 33 g 公克)" 與此件 "中國西漢皇室用青銅鑲嵌和闐羊脂白玉雕十二生肖腰帶 (連青銅共重 840 g 公克) " 皆為入土 2000 餘年, 因質地硬密, 也只是皮色微沁, 卻溫潤如初, 充分證明羊脂白玉千年不壞的可貴之處及其藝術品皆被當作是寶石級珍貴國寶的主要原因.

古羊脂白玉雕藝術品皆被當作是寶石級珍貴國寶的主要原因為:

(1) 入土千年不毀壞: 古羊脂白玉之堅硬及強韌度遠勝過鋼鐵與其他類玉種, 出土古羊脂白玉證明其入土 2000 餘年卻仍然溫潤如初, 油脂光澤如故, 並未毀壞, 是世界上材料工程科學的最佳研究開發目標.

(2) 如蜥蝪變色龍般的半透明天然美麗特質: 因為古羊脂白玉是天然半透明的, 所以當背景色系變化時, 古羊脂白玉所顯示的天然絢麗色彩亦隨著變化, 令人驚歎不已.

(3) 數量稀少, 體積不大, 卻比鑽石大, 可供古代中國人雕琢成精美藝術品: 古羊脂白玉之形成, 因質地硬密, 其所承受之地殼壓力係數係相當於鑽石, 因此數量稀少, 體積不大. 但鑽石無法如玉石般供人類雕琢成各式各樣形狀不同之精美藝術品, 而古羊脂白玉證明 2000 年前的中國人已經具備有高度工藝技術將堅硬強軔無比的古羊脂白玉雕琢成精美藝術品供皇帝鑑賞.

(4) 中國人對於 "千年古玉" 的神話與傳奇故事為歷久彌新, 永不毀滅: 中國古代社會裡傳說中的各種 "千年古玉" 的神話與傳奇故事, 包含保護主人的身體健康與帶來主人的好心情及好運勢等等, 皆直接促使中國人對於古代皇室家族所持有的 "千年古玉" 為特別地情有所鍾, 此即為中國人對 "千年古玉" 的迷思心理情結.

(5) 因價值特別昂貴, 卻體積很小, 便於貼身攜帶及藏匿, 不易毀壞, 為古代之最佳保值投資性避風港商品: 中國古代秦國秦始皇曾有欲以15座城市交換趙國之和氏璧玉器藝術品的歷史記錄. 足以證明, 千年古玉藝術品自古至今即為雲端強勢昂貴鉅量貨幣的代替品. 因體積甚小, 便於隨身攜帶與藏匿, 他人不易察覺, 卻又千年不易毀損, 故為古代不論是平時或是戰亂時期的最佳保值投資性避風港商品.

此精美藝術品具備西漢皇室玉工所雕 "手工巧雕法" 之極度流暢王玉工藝, 絕非是近現代玉工所能完成和仿制之, 為中國古代帝王鑑賞用皇室玉雕工藝的鬼斧神工絕美傑作.

The difference between the Art collectors in Taipei Taiwan and those elsewhere:

(1) Some Art collectors in Taipei Taiwan are collecting works of art from the world containers by containers like the bites of sharks as the attached photos. Most of Art collectors elsewhere are collecting works of art piece by piece like turtle walking and most of you will never be on the waiting list!

(2) Some Art collectors in Taipei Taiwan are collecting works of art at a very low profile and never become a famous one listed in the world top 500 collectors. Most of Art collectors elsewhere are collecting works of art to become a famous one listed in the world top 500 collectors.

(3) Some Art collectors in Taipei Taiwan are collecting works of art directly from the source owing to authenticity! Most of Art collectors elsewhere are collecting works of art from international auctioneers owing to the authenticity by the auctioneers.

The required Preparation to sell your beautiful paintings and works of art into Taipei Taiwan

Once you have joined Facebook international public group “Fine Art to sell” and posted on the wall dashboard your sale post(s) to be listed in the “See all sale posts” column of this group, then it’s recommended that you begin to prepare the following procedures in order to sell your paintings and works of art for sale smoothly into Taipei Taiwan:

(1) Find a reliable delivery/mailing service that has door to door delivery/mailing service from your city to Taipei city of Taiwan, such as city post office…etc. Make sure the rate difference between “Framed” and “A roll of canvas without Frame” with the delivery/mailing service and prepare to advise the buyer to be in Taipei Taiwan.

Consignee in Taipei Taiwan: (Attorney of buyer)

Mr. Orion Hsu

c/o Mr. Michael Hsu
Attorney at Law licensed and registered in Taiwan
Head of Future Law Firm

Floor 12, No. 169, Section 4, Zhong-xiao East Road, Da-an District, Zip-code 10690, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: +886 – (0)2 – 23047919

(2) The import custom duty rates for “Painting, drawing and pastels, executed entirely by hand” (international HS Code 9701 TLS 2014) into Taiwan are 0%, i.e. import duty free.

(3) Open a bank account at your bank in your city to receive foreign currency remittance from the buyer’s bank in Taipei Taiwan. The currency in Taiwan is New Taiwan Dollars (NTD). Make sure your bank account at what currency can receive foreign remittance from the bank in Taipei Taiwan. Prepare your bank account number, your bank account name, together with bank name, bank address, bank telephone number, Bank Swift Code/ABA Number/Sort Code/IBAN Number for foreign currency remittance in order to advise the buyer to be in Taipei Taiwan. This is the only way for you to collect your selling price at your currency from the buyer in Taipei Taiwan with different currency exchange via international banking system.

Summary of IBAN Implementations (Source: German COMMERZBANK office in Taipei Taiwan):
Format: Nation Name digits/length of IBAN numbers

Albania 28 Andorra 24 Austria 20 Republic of Azerbaijan 24 Bahrain 22 Belgium 16 Bosnia & Herzegovina 20 Bulgaria 22 Costa Rica 21 Croatia 21 Cyprus 28 Czech Republic 24 Denmark 18 Dominican Republic 28 Estonia 20 Faroe Islands 18 Finland 18 France 27 Georgia 22 Germany 22 Gibraltar 23 Greece 27 Greenland 18 Hungary 28 Iceland 26 Ireland 22 Israel 23 Italy 27 Kazakhstan 20 Kuwait 30 Latvia 21 Lebanon 28 Liechtenstein 21 Lithuania 20 Luxembourg 20 Macedonia 19 Malta 31 Mauritania 27 Mauritius 30 Republic of Moldova 24 Monaco 27 Montenegro 22 Netherlands 18 Norway 15 Poland 28 Portugal 25 Romania 24 San Marino 27 Saudi Arabia 24 Serbia 22 Slovak Republic 24 Slovenia 19 Spain 24 Sweden 24 Switzerland 21 Tunisia 24 Turkey 26 United Arab Emirates 23 United Kingdom 22 Virgin Islands, British 24

You have to check the digits/length of your IBAN numbers with the above nation list carefully lest your price cash collected from the buyer should be rejected by the international banking system outside the door of your bank and returned back to this cash-remitter buyer in Taipei Taiwan.

Once you have a bank account at your bank in your city, buyer can further indentify your account name with the name of the artist in order to assure that the subject cash-remittee to be the same person as the artist and the seller.

(4) Prepare an Authentication Certificate of the Artist (if you are the artist) for the buyer to be in Taipei Taiwan.

Without the above, you are not fully prepared to sell your beautiful paintings and works of art for sale into Taipei Taiwan yet!

"Fine Art to sell" Group Description:

This is a public group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide.

Fine art will be sold by itself once they are exhibited to right buyers at right place. They are not to be sold if they are always stored in a closed warehouse without any exhibition or just exhibited to wrong eyes at wrong venue.

This group is aimed to publish an international “E-catalog of fine art for sale” via the combined traffics from the art favorite sites such as Facebook, Flickr, Google plus, Linkedin, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter, Blogger, Stage 32, Art-3000, Weibo,…etc. It will become the most convenient “Yellow Page” of fine art for sale in the world.

Every buyer can just to glance at the price list on the wall of the group and make decision after careful comparison and study upon the data.

It is strongly recommended that you post a sale post with picture of the art object for sale, price, location, size, artist name and the birth year, artist’s death year (if any); even if you have already a private website or a link. Being a professional buyer for decades together with other potential buyers in Taipei, Taiwan, we know a buying rule that just examine what it has on an E-catalog for the sake of efficiency.

To show the price in sales post is to demonstrate the positive WILLING for sale of the artist. This is quite different from EXHIBITION ONLY. People go to the selling market with BUYING INTENTION and MONEY for shopping; but people go to a museum exhibition with ticket money and no buying intention. They are only a large audience at an exhibition venue. They will not buy the paintings those are not for sale!

If you just post a non-sale post that will be very soon pushed down by other newly coming large database in a few days and lose eye-views from buyers on the wall. It will not be recorded in the easy index-queues of "See all sale posts" in this group.

For your own benefit, please click green button to "Sell Something", not to click "Start Discussion" and post a sale post of your best “FIGHTING and COMBATING works of art in the world art market”.

If you click "Start Discussion", then after clicking "POST" at the end, please remember to choose "not for selling" to be a non-sale post!

A sale post will be shown in “See all sale posts” of the group and easily be noticed by buyers! This is an international “Art Market” where buyers will have to come for shopping. Buyers always go to where a crowded selling market is located with lots of traffics.

We have discovered several NEW STARS OF PAINTINGS in this group. This doesn’t mean other painters in this group beside these NEW STARS are not good enough. They are all very good with the best quality of the paintings posted in the internet.

Multiple sale posts by an artist can enhance buying interests from a buyer in the paintings by this particular artist!

In just less than four months, we have had at least four thousand new members and over 930 valuable lots of beautiful paintings and works of art for sale all over the world! We have been newly created since end-July 2015, but we are confident of what we are going to sell and buy!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office
Taipei Taiwan

The Art Market in Taipei city of Taiwan

The metropolitan area of Taipei City has a population of 7,028,583 people ranking the 40th most-populous urban area in the world.

As of 2007, the metro region of Taipei has a nominal GDP of around US$260 billion, a record that would rank it 13th among world cities by GDP. Taiwan is now a creditor economy, holding one of the world’s largest foreign exchange reserves of over US$403 billion as of December 2012.

The National Palace Museum in Taipei is a great art museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. It should not be confused with the Palace Museum in Beijing; both institutions trace their origins to the same Forbidden City in Beijing where the Palace of Emperor is located and stored with million pieces of valuable collections by the consecutive Emperors of Qing dynasty. The collections were divided in the 1940s as a result of the Chinese Civil War. The National Palace Museum in Taipei now boasts of a truly international collection while housing one of the world’s largest collections of artifacts from ancient China.

Along with the cultural education and influence from the nearby National Palace Museum in Taipei, hiking prices and excellent investment returns of art have aroused huge interests of the citizens in Taipei who have been used to be living in a house costs commonly from US$ 1 million to 3 million or so for decades. The art is expensive; but the house is much more expensive than the art.

There are over 1,000 shops dealing art business in Taipei and some of them are opened only on Saturdays and Sundays for just two working days per week. Few buyers in Taipei are buying their art collections from international auctioneers and ranking among the top 500 collectors in the world. Most of local citizen-buyers in Taipei are just like million-of-ants and purchase their art goods from local shops and private sellers at millions of dollars by thousands of transactions per day. So the art goods are generally shipped to Taipei from China and worldwide area by containers to meet the art market demand in Taipei.

Good paintings and works of art will be sold by themselves once they are exhibited to right buyers at right place. They are not to be sold if they are always stored in a closed warehouse without any exhibition or just exhibited to wrong eyes at wrong venue.

2014 年世界拍賣總收入前 100 名畫家中之前 31 名中國畫家
Top 31 Chinese artists among the Top 100 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

共 31 名中國畫家占前 100 名畫家之 31 %
Total 31 Chinese artists / 100 artists = 31 %

假如你是西方油畫的收藏家,扣除 31 % 的中國畫家,再扣除 20 % 左右的中國瓷器、青銅器、珠寶玉器、漆器雜項類中國作家,2014年你只是在世界作者市場 49 % 以內經營藝術品而已;可能再過10年,你將成為只是在世界作者市場 30 % 以內經營。

If you are a collector of western oil paintings, deducting 31 % for Chinese artists of paintings and further deducting 20% for Chinese artists of ceramics、bronze、jades and jewelry、lacquer and miscellaneous works of art, in 2014 you are only operating works of art within 49% of the world artists market. Maybe after 10 years, you might become operating works of art within 30% of the world artists market.

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)
Rank Artist Auction Turnover ($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price ($)

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列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)
Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 齊白石 206,245,348 719 7,861,850
9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 張大千 193,242,992 817 7,476,199
13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 趙無極 115,686,349 575 7,161,650
16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 傅抱石 103,465,331 142 4,944,050
17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 徐悲鴻 102,449,141 219 6,532,000
19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 黃冑 96,461,998 625 5,506,020
20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 黃賓虹 88,082,380 303 8,839,900
26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 吳昌碩 80,942,833 560 5,463,850
31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 陸儼少 66,350,196 443 1,925,760
32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 李可染 65,946,710 207 7,294,500
37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 朱德群 60,897,598 241 3,800,000
38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 吳冠中 60,623,435 153 2,967,000
42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 林風眠 54,514,729 253 2,449,500
50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964)曾梵志 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

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53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 溥儒(溥心畬) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500
55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 謝稚柳 39,960,699 355 2,367,850
58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 吳湖帆 37,900,898 320 3,412,500
59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 王鐸 37,871,423 70 3,013,650
62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 潘天壽 34,790,957 88 3,600,840
67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 朱耷(八大山人) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200
71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 常玉 30,027,262 41 9,151,899
75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 朱新建 28,619,279 1,202 898,150
78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 乾隆皇帝 27,079,477 48 16,483,200
81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 程十髮 25,987,069 486 1,959,600
83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 啟功 25,693,155 437 815,500
85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 錢松喦 25,582,974 254 1,053,650
89 FAN Zeng (1938) 范曾 23,416,615 237 2,941,200
93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 于右任 23,032,037 718 521,279
95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 周春芽 21,226,785 65 1,134,700
96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 王翬 21,050,636 58 4,569,600
98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 張曉剛 20,783,341 44 10,698,699

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

2014年世界拍賣總收入前100名畫家
Top 100 artists by world auction revenue in 2014

列名 作者姓名 拍賣總收入(美金) 拍賣件數 最高落槌價(美金)
Rank Artist Auction Turnover($) Sold Lots Top Hammer Price($)

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1 WARHOL Andy (1928-1987) 569,507,083 1,394 73,000,000
2 PICASSO Pablo (1881-1973) 375,054,326 2,898 28,000,000
3 BACON Francis (1909-1992) 270,748,102 122 72,000,000
4 RICHTER Gerhard (1932) 254,353,142 258 28,711,740
5 ROTHKO Mark (1903-1970) 249,188,072 16 59,000,000
6 MONET Claude (1840-1926) 222,694,607 40 48,073,025
7 QI Baishi (1864-1957) 206,245,348 719 7,861,850
8 GIACOMETTI Alberto (1901-1966) 205,473,704 147 90,000,000
9 ZHANG Daqian (1899-1983) 193,242,992 817 7,476,199
10 KOONS Jeff (1955) 149,686,183 104 30,000,000
11 BASQUIAT Jean-Michel (1960-1988) 148,998,739 71 31,000,000
12 TWOMBLY Cy (1928-2011) 126,221,339 61 62,000,000
13 ZAO Wou-ki (1921-2013) 115,686,349 575 7,161,650
14 LICHTENSTEIN Roy (1923-1997) 109,143,660 540 19,000,000
15 KOONING de Willem (1904-1997) 105,999,158 77 26,000,000
16 FU Baoshi (1904-1965) 103,465,331 142 4,944,050
17 XU Beihong (1895-1953) 102,449,141 219 6,532,000
18 MODIGLIANI Amedeo (1884-1920) 98,954,376 26 63,000,000
19 HUANG Zhou (1925-1997) 96,461,998 625 5,506,020
20 HUANG Binhong (1865-1955) 88,082,380 303 8,839,900
21 GOGH van Vincent (1853-1890) 87,864,632 12 55,000,000
22 WOOL Christopher (1955) 87,630,825 52 21,000,000
23 CHAGALL Marc (1887-1985) 87,296,130 1,125 10,110,960
24 MIRO Joan (1893-1983) 83,177,312 1,306 11,000,000
25 FONTANA Lucio (1899-1968) 82,185,863 247 9,038,090
26 WU Changshuo (1844-1927) 80,942,833 560 5,463,850
27 CALDER Alexander (1898-1976) 78,764,837 354 23,000,000
28 MATISSE Henri (1869-1954) 75,439,034 404 17,000,000
29 NEWMAN Barnett (1905-1970) 75,039,000 3 75,000,000
30 MANET Edouard (1832-1883) 68,522,429 39 58,000,000
31 LU Yanshao (1909-1993) 66,350,196 443 1,925,760
32 LI Keran (1907-1989) 65,946,710 207 7,294,500
33 DOIG Peter (1959) 65,945,331 62 16,000,000
34 CUI Ruzhuo (1944) 65,150,015 49 20,623,999
35 LEGER Fernand (1881-1955) 65,038,926 216 17,526,600
36 RENOIR Pierre-Auguste (1841-1919) 64,799,084 270 10,000,000
37 CHU Teh-Chun (1920-2014) 60,897,598 241 3,800,000
38 WU Guanzhong (1919-2010) 60,623,435 153 2,967,000
39 KIPPENBERGER Martin (1953-1997) 59,801,054 64 20,000,000
40 O’KEEFFE Georgia (1887-1986) 57,372,500 11 39,500,000
41 GRIS Juan (1887-1927) 55,609,017 16 50,778,000
42 LIN Fengmian (1900-1991) 54,514,729 253 2,449,500
43 PRINCE Richard (1949) 53,904,826 76 7,500,000
44 MAGRITTE Rene (1898-1967) 53,449,860 110 11,415,600
45 POLKE Sigmar (1941-2010) 52,118,395 142 7,500,000
46 ROCKWELL Norman Perceval (1894-1978) 49,866,548 78 20,000,000
47 TURNER Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851) 47,501,117 25 42,379,200
48 PISSARRO Camille (1830-1903) 47,181,620 126 28,539,000
49 RYMAN Robert (1930) 45,055,015 22 13,250,000
50 ZENG Fanzhi (1964) 43,080,328 50 3,606,400

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51 MONDRIAAN Piet (1872-1944) 42,161,208 12 22,972,950
52 KANDINSKY Wassily (1866-1944) 41,815,792 88 15,200,000
53 PU Ru (1896-1963) 41,246,692 1,042 838,500
54 RUSCHA Ed (1937) 40,297,696 161 27,000,000
55 XIE Zhiliu (1910-1997) 39,960,699 355 2,367,850
56 DIEBENKORN Richard (1922-1993) 39,797,050 54 9,000,000
57 KLEIN Yves (1928-1962) 39,322,018 58 15,000,000
58 WU Hufan (1894-1968) 37,900,898 320 3,412,500
59 WANG Duo (1592-1652) 37,871,423 70 3,013,650
60 DUBUFFET Jean (1901-1985) 36,738,561 136 6,500,000
61 JOHNS Jasper (1930) 36,206,875 127 32,000,000
62 PAN Tianshou (1897-1971) 34,790,957 88 3,600,840
63 KUSAMA Yayoi (1929) 34,578,242 501 6,200,000
64 BRUEGHEL Pieter II (c.1564-1637/38) 33,927,798 17 8,312,415
65 LOWRY Laurence Stephen (1887-1976) 33,818,511 211 7,420,500
66 HARING Keith (1958-1990) 32,957,932 334 4,200,000
67 ZHU Da (1626-1705) 32,277,125 38 6,190,200
68 SHIRAGA Kazuo (1924-2008) 31,741,241 59 4,629,100
69 CORNELL Joseph (1903-1972) 30,709,300 61 6,800,000
70 CEZANNE Paul (1839-1906) 30,651,134 51 5,277,130
71 SAN Yu (1901-1966) 30,027,262 41 9,151,899
72 GUYTON Wade (1972) 29,872,250 25 5,200,000
73 MANZONI Piero (1933-1963) 29,409,569 20 17,934,560
74 FREUD Lucian (1922-2011) 28,880,298 44 15,000,000
75 ZHU Xinjian (1953-2014) 28,619,279 1,202 898,150
76 BRAQUE Georges (1882-1963) 28,026,347 288 8,000,000
77 MOORE Henry (1898-1986) 27,966,291 359 7,207,200
78 QIANLONG Emperor (1711-1799) 27,079,477 48 16,483,200
79 RODIN Auguste (1840-1917) 26,464,285 109 5,870,880
80 BOETTI Alighiero (1940-1994) 26,293,943 102 3,344,040
81 CHENG Shifa (1921-2007) 25,987,069 486 1,959,600
82 STAEL de Nicolas (1914-1955) 25,840,977 27 5,037,550
83 QI Gong (1912-2005) 25,693,155 437 815,500
84 KLINE Franz (1910-1962) 25,601,059 13 23,500,000
85 QIAN Songyan (1899-1985) 25,582,974 254 1,053,650
86 SCHWITTERS Kurt (1887-1948) 25,317,879 25 21,108,520
87 VRIES de Adrien (c.1550-1626) 24,750,000 1 24,750,000
88 CASTELLANI Enrico (1930) 24,636,292 70 5,284,290
89 FAN Zeng (1938) 23,416,615 237 2,941,200
90 DALI Salvador (1904-1989) 23,267,013 1,393 8,000,000
91 JUDD Donald (1928-1994) 23,167,881 57 6,500,000
92 MITCHELL Joan (1926-1992) 23,076,316 31 10,500,000
93 YU Youren (1879-1964) 23,032,037 718 521,279
94 BURRI Alberto (1915-1995) 22,881,307 60 6,726,870
95 ZHOU Chunya (1955) 21,226,785 65 1,134,700
96 WANG Hui (1632-1717) 21,050,636 58 4,569,600
97 DEGAS Edgar (1834-1917) 20,879,178 91 4,500,000
98 ZHANG Xiaogang (1958) 20,783,341 44 10,698,699
99 POLLOCK Jackson (1912-1956) 20,757,940 7 10,000,000
100 STELLA Frank (1936) 20,553,820 195 5,800,000

資料來源: 法國 Art price 2014 年全世界藝術市場報告書第 84-93 頁 2014 年全世界拍賣總收入結果前 500 名畫家.

Source: The Art Market in 2014 Page 84-93 Top 500 artists by auction revenue in 2014 by Art price

Chinese Painters 中國畫家:

(1) 張大千 Zhang Daqian 张大千 (32 幅/pcs)
(2) 齊白石 Qi Baishi 齐白石 (10 幅/pcs)
(3) 徐悲鴻 Xu Beihong 徐悲鸿 (8 幅/pcs)
(4) 吳冠中 Wu Guanzhong 吴冠中 (7 幅/pcs)
(5) 傅抱石 Fu Baoshi 傅抱石 (3 幅/pcs)
(6) 李可染 Li Keran 李可染 (1 幅/pc)
(7) 陸儼少 Lu Yanshao 陆俨少 (1 幅/pc)
(8) 黃冑 Huang Zhou 黃冑 (1 幅/pc)
(9) 黃賓虹 Huang Binhong 黄宾虹 (3 幅/pcs)
(10) 吳昌碩 Wu Changshuo 吴昌硕 (1 幅/pc)
(11) 林風眠 Lin Fengmian 林风眠 (4 幅/pcs)
(12) 吳湖帆 Wu Hufan 吴湖帆 (4 幅/pcs)
(13) 謝稚柳 Xie Zhiliu 谢稚柳 (1 幅/pc)
(14) 黃君璧 Huang Junbi 黄君璧 (2 幅/pc)
(15) 愛新覺羅 溥儒 Pu Ru 溥心畬 Pu Xinyu (1 幅/pc)
(16) 唐雲 Tang Yun 唐云 (1 幅/pc)
(17) 趙少昂 Zhao Shao’Ang 赵少昂 (3 幅/pcs)
(18) 何海霞 He Haixia 何海霞 (1 幅/pc)
(19) 關山月 Guan Shanyue 关山月 (1 幅/pc)
(20) 豐子愷 Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (1 幅/pc)
(21) 顏伯龍 Yan Bolong 颜伯龙 (4 幅/pcs)
(22) 愛新覺羅溥佐 Aisin Gioro Pu Zuo (1 幅/pc)
(23) 高逸鴻 Gao Yihong 高逸鸿 (1 幅/pc)
(24) 田世光 Tian Shiguang 田世光 (1 幅/pc)
(25) 袁松年 Yuan Songnian 袁松年 (1 幅/pc)
(26) 高奇峰 Gao Qifeng 高奇峰 (1 幅/pc)
(27) 陳之佛 Chen Zhifo 陈之佛 (1 幅/pc)
(28) 陳半丁 Chen Banding 陈半丁 (1 幅/pc)
(29) 馮超然 Feng Chaoran 冯超然 (1 幅/pc)
(30) 鄭板橋 Zheng Banqiao 郑板桥 (1 幅/pc)

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