Christie's Hong Kong has kindly invited members of the Friends of the Art Museum to attend a special lecture on Chinese porcelain.
This lecture focuses on one of the highlights of Ming polychrome porcelain production. Very few large Wucai fish jars of the Jiajing reign have survived to the present day and these have long been esteemed by connoisseurs in both Asia and the West. The development of the techniques and colours used on these jars will be discussed. While the choice of motifs will also be examined in their historical context, including the links with both Daoism and Buddhism.
The lecturer for this forum is Ms Rosemary Scott, Senior International Consultant Asian Art.
Tickets are available through our Member Benefits programme; you must be a current Member or Young Friend to register. Registration closes on Thursday 23 November.