Chinese arts prove popular in Hong Kong spring sales
Updated: 2016-04-08 11:35
A photo taken on April 2, 2016 shows the oil painting Zhouzhuang, by master artist Wu Guanzhong, at the preview of Poly Auction's spring sale in Hong Kong. The piece sold for HK$236 million ($30.4 million) on Monday, which is a new auction record for Wu's artwork, and sets a new high among contemporary Chinese oil paintings. [Photo/Xinhua]
Chinese arts proved quite popular among collectors at the recently concluded spring auctions at Poly Auction and Sotheby's Hong Kong. Experts say that the auction results show the high potential of Chinese artwork. They say the Chinese art market is not short of big customers and funds, as long as there are top-class works of art.