Kano Eitatsu (ac. first half of the 19th century), Birds Flying over Rocks, Bamboo and Flowers, 19th century, Japan, Six-panel folding screen, Ink and mineral colors on paper with gold leaf, 40 x 104 in., Courtesy Thomsen Gallery
August 4–7, 2023
Opening reception: August 3 at 6pm
Hours: Friday and Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 10am-5pm; Monday 10am-3pm
Held at the Nantucket Boys and Girls Club located at 61 Sparks Avenue
Thomsen Gallery and Ralph M. Chait Galleries are pleased to be participating in this year's Nantucket Summer Show.
Thomsen Gallery will be presenting Japanese art focusing on Japanese screens and scroll paintings, complimented by Japanese gold lacquer boxes, works by the porcelain sculptor Sueharu Fukami, and bamboo ikebana baskets. Be sure to visit them at Booth 22.
While Ralph M. Chait Galleries will be displaying a wonderful assortment of porcelain, pottery, works of art, and China Trade pictures.
Fine Chinese Famille Rose Eggshell Porcelain Soup Plate, Yongzheng period, AD 1723-1735, Beautifully decorated with flowers and butterflies, All exquisitely painted, Dia: 8 ½ inches (21 cm.), Ex Collection: Octave du Sartel–famed latter 19th century French Collector and early Western scholar on Chinese porcelain, Collection label to underfoot, Courtesy Ralph M. Chait Galleries
This year’s show, which includes 32 carefully selected fine antiques dealers and art galleries from the US and abroad, offers art and antiques in every category. Organized by the Antiques Council, this not-for-profit organization is committed to supporting charitable organizations that benefit the Island of Nantucket, its history, and architecture.
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