Chinese Paintings
Click on an image for a larger photo and details
Chinese ink and water colours painted on paper by the artist, Luis Chan (Chen Fushan) 1905-1995, a fantasy landscape depicting islands in a dream blue sea.
Measuring: 28-1/2in. high by 55in. wide. (72cm x 140cm)
Chinese Pair of Reverse Glass Paintings:
Young Ladies seated at a Table
Each 17" x 13-1/4"
Qing Dynasty, 19th Century
Chinese ink rubbing depicting Panthaka Arhat, no.4 of the 16 arhat images once immortalized in stone at the former stupa at Shengyin Temple
Scroll Mounting: 58" x 22”
19th Century
Chinese Populist Religious Painting of Selected Deities, ink, colors and gold pigments on paper
Measuring: 79” x 36”
Image measuring: 57-1/2” x 32”
Qing Dynasty, 18th century
Chinese Taoist Painting, ink, colors and gold on paper of the 2nd deity in the Taoist trinity of the 3 Pure Ones.
11-1/8"high x 9-1/8"wide
framed and glazed: 16-3/4" high x 14-3/4" wide
18th Century.
Chinese ink rubbing of a stone engraving, dating to 1680, mounted as a hanging scroll, a lovely scene of two cranes
Image measuring: 73-1/2” H x 31” W
Mounting measuring:
85-1/2” H x 39-3/4” W
19th Century
Chinese Pair of Calligraphy Scrolls, vertical lines of calligraphy executed in a light style
54” High x 13” Wide
20th Century

To purchase or for more information, please call 619/977-6717 or e-mail


©Copyright 2002 - 2017 by Timothy Mertel all rights reserved
Site by Christine Hottinger