183 Photos - Nov 29, 2014
Photo: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   


Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 

台灣網路藝術美術博物館  
網路世界裡的免費博物館  

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆  
网络世界里的免费博物馆  

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的! 

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物) 
Private Museum preparatory office 
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室 

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖


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.



Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World

台灣網路藝術美術博物館
網路世界裡的免費博物館

台湾网络艺术美术博物馆
网络世界里的免费博物馆

Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

觀賞2011年列名世界拍賣總收入前30名中國畫家名畫作品及中國古代罕見的古董之免費網址

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!
歡迎辨識您的中國書畫及藝術品! 我們的協助是免費的!

Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers (徐氏兄弟珍藏文物)
Private Museum preparatory office
中國書畫文物博物館籌備企劃辦公室

#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.comPhoto: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: Beautiful Landscape Photos of Taiwan 美麗的臺灣風景美圖

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 台灣橫貫公路風景美圖
The beautiful landscape scenery photos of Taiwan Cross-Island Road

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.




Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   




125 張精美照片 125 fine photos
https://plus.google.com/photos/112650555659617705179/albums/6087119486110788241Photo: 台灣橫貫公路風景美圖
The beautiful landscape scenery photos of Taiwan Cross-Island Road

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.





Taiwan Web Museum 
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World 


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge! 


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers 
Private Museum preparatory office 


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw 
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com 


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com 
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com 
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/ 
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article 
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/ 


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/   



125 張精美照片 125 fine photos
https://plus.google.com/photos/112650555659617705179/albums/6087119486110788241Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.





Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
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#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
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#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 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.




Taiwan Web Museum
A Free Exhibition Museum in the Internet World


Free Website to See Paintings by Chinese Artists Listed in 2011 World Auction Revenue Top 30 and Rare Archaic Chinese Ancient Antiques

Welcome to identify your Chinese Paintings and Works of Art! Our help is free of charge!


Mr. Orion Hsu & Brothers
Private Museum preparatory office


#1 orionandhsu@yahoo.com.tw
#2 orionandhsu@gmail.com


#1 http://orionwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#2 http://taiwanwebmuseum.blogspot.com
#3 http://orionandhsu.blogspot.com
#4 http://art-3000.com/artist/orionandhsu/
#5 http://blog.udn.com/taiwanwebmuseum/article
#6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/


A Facebook public group “Fine Art to sell” to exhibit fine art to sell
A public Facebook group to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide
https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/


One hundred views/clicks per day at Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/orionmuseum/18207959416/Photo: 臺灣美麗的百年廟文化藝術 The beautiful cultural art in Taiwan Temples of hundred years old

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 500 名畫家中之前 155 名中國畫家
Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014


共 155 名中國畫家占前 500 名畫家之 31 %
Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 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 ($)   Sold Lots     Top Hammer Price ($)

Page 84 (14 Chinese artists) 第84頁14位中國畫家

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

Page 85 (17 Chinese artists) 第85頁17位中國畫家

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

Page 86 (18 Chinese artists) 第86頁18位中國畫家

103   LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜                  19,134,174      43           2,935,800
105   WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤       18,896,219     348             827,220
109   HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉           18,286,630     241             902,430
110   DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平     18,251,261     309             842,920
112   HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞         17,310,468     144           3,266,000
114   CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛        16,910,797      29           2,964,699
119   GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良          16,014,062     239           2,197,800
120   REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年)      15,959,015     167           1,199,520
128   DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌      14,722,727     123           2,769,300
130   WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明     14,576,419      79           1,633,000
131   YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇         14,505,161     109             972,600
135   ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋     14,208,977      76           2,200,000
136   LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为              14,023,225     121           1,621,000
138   LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪         13,918,988     276             786,240
139   LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之        13,856,855     350             907,760
141   LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立            13,483,611      53           6,159,800
148   HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同)     12,755,950      85           1,306,400
149   LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東           12,589,594      15           7,470,400

Page 87 (19 Chinese artists) 第87頁19位中國畫家

152   LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其        12,209,093     144           5,538,600
153   CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋         12,101,206     194           1,040,000
157   YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶       11,964,497      55           3,242,000
161   LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟         11,536,281     138           1,877,950
166   YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥                 11,191,811      57          10,784,400
167   TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲            11,031,461     493             293,940
172   FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均             10,814,787      30           6,697,600
178   TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎)    10,514,886      33           4,956,250
180   GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月      10,378,961     119           2,850,750
182   LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松            10,204,764      83           1,804,599
184   CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅      10,172,762      89           3,000,700
185   SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪)   10,111,795     116           1,588,580
186   HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧       10,051,378     313             319,410
188   FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山              9,945,247      23           3,890,400
189   HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英              9,919,579      54             859,130
190   ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪        9,888,000     174           1,377,850
191   ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘                  9,699,670      94           1,224,549
196   JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農             9,367,369      48           1,732,040
200   LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅        9,177,422     134           1,339,060

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201   LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才         9,162,598     191            788,160
208   YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明               8,916,735     251          1,172,160
215   BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石          8,571,042     164            456,119
217   LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰        8,494,019      61          3,735,200
218   HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁              8,467,043       5          7,542,300
221   FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷          8,411,283     175            437,670
223   SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治         8,326,290     244            469,151
224   XU Lei (1963) 徐累                     8,312,432      26          2,606,400
225   WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東              8,284,639      30          1,458,900
227   WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明            8,207,562     130            453,600
234   JIA Youfu (1942) 賈又福                7,873,366      79          1,864,150
236   WU Zuoren (1908-1997) 吳作人           7,832,988     148Photo: Hello! Your beautiful works of art are invited to join a public Facebook group "Fine Art to Sell" to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 

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哈囉! 邀請您美麗的藝術作品歡迎加入臉書公共社群 "藝術精品展售" 以便向全世界的買家免費展示. 

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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500名畫家中之前155名中國畫家 
Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014 


共155名中國畫家占前500名畫家之31 %
Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 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

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103   LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜                  19,134,174      43         2,935,800
105   WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤       18,896,219     348          827,220
109   HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉           18,286,630     241          902,430
110   DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平     18,251,261     309          842,920
112   HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞         17,310,468      144        3,266,000
114   CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛        16,910,797       29        2,964,699
119   GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良          16,014,062      239        2,197,800
120   REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年)       15,959,015      167        1,199,520
128   DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌       14,722,727      123        2,769,300
130   WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明      14,576,419       79       1,633,000
131   YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇          14,505,161      109         972,600
135   ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋      14,208,977       76       2,200,000
136   LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为               14,023,225      121       1,621,000
138   LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪          13,918,988      276        786,240
139   LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之         13,856,855      350        907,760
141   LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立             13,483,611       53       6,159,800
148   HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同)      12,755,950       85       1,306,400
149   LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東            12,589,594       15       7,470,400

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152   LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其          12,209,093      144      5,538,600
153   CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋           12,101,206      194      1,040,000
157   YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶         11,964,497       55      3,242,000
161   LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟           11,536,281      138      1,877,950
166   YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥                   11,191,811       57     10,784,400
167   TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲              11,031,461      493        293,940
172   FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均               10,814,787       30      6,697,600
178   TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎)      10,514,886       33      4,956,250
180   GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月        10,378,961      119      2,850,750
182   LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松              10,204,764       83      1,804,599
184   CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅        10,172,762        89      3,000,700
185   SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪)      10,111,795      116      1,588,580
186   HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧          10,051,378      313       319,410
188   FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山                9,945,247        23     3,890,400
189   HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英                9,919,579       54       859,130
190   ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪          9,888,000      174     1,377,850
191   ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘                    9,699,670       94     1,224,549
196   JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農               9,367,369       48     1,732,040
200   LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅          9,177,422      134     1,339,060

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201   LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才          9,162,598       191      788,160
208   YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明                8,916,735       251    1,172,160
215   BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石           8,571,042       164      456,119
217   LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰         8,494,019       61     3,735,200
218   HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁               8,467,043        5     7,542,300
221   FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷           8,411,283       175      437,670
223   SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治          8,326,290       244      469,151
224   XU Lei (1963) 徐累                      8,312,432       26    2,606,400
225   WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東               8,284,639       30     1,458,900
227   WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明             8,207,562       130Photo: Hello! Your beautiful works of art are invited to join a public Facebook group "Fine Art to Sell" to exhibit freely fine art for sale to buyers worldwide 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  

哈囉! 邀請您美麗的藝術作品歡迎加入臉書公共社群 "藝術精品展售" 以便向全世界的買家免費展示. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/fine.art.to.sell/  



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500名畫家中之前155名中國畫家 
Top 155 Chinese artists among the Top 500 artists by world auction revenue in 2014 


共155名中國畫家占前500名畫家之31 %
Total 155 Chinese artists / 500 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

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103   LIU Wei (1965) 刘炜                  19,134,174      43         2,935,800
105   WANG Xuetao (1903-1982) 王雪濤       18,896,219     348          827,220
109   HUANG Yongyu (1924) 黄永玉           18,286,630     241          902,430
110   DONG Shouping (1904-1997) 董寿平     18,251,261     309          842,920
112   HE Haixia (1908-1998) 何海霞         17,310,468      144        3,266,000
114   CHEN Yifei (1946-2005) 陳逸飛        16,910,797       29        2,964,699
119   GUAN Liang (1900-1986) 關良          16,014,062      239        2,197,800
120   REN Yi (1840-1896) 任頤(任伯年)       15,959,015      167        1,199,520
128   DONG Qichang (1555-1636) 董其昌       14,722,727      123        2,769,300
130   WEN Zhengming (1470-1559) 文徵明      14,576,419       79       1,633,000
131   YU Fei'an (1888-1959) 于非闇          14,505,161      109         972,600
135   ZHENG Banqiao (1693-1765) 鄭板橋      14,208,977       76       2,200,000
136   LIU Dawei (1945) 刘大为               14,023,225      121       1,621,000
138   LI Kuchan (1899-1983) 李苦禪          13,918,988      276        786,240
139   LIN Sanzhi (1898-1989) 林散之         13,856,855      350        907,760
141   LUO Zhongli (1948) 羅中立             13,483,611       53       6,159,800
148   HONG Yi (1880-1942) 弘一(李叔同)      12,755,950       85       1,306,400
149   LIU Xiaodong (1963) 劉小東            12,589,594       15       7,470,400

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152   LAI Shaoqi (1915-2000) 赖少其          12,209,093      144      5,538,600
153   CHEN Peiqiu (1922/23) 陈佩秋           12,101,206      194      1,040,000
157   YI Bingshou (1754-1815) 伊秉绶         11,964,497       55      3,242,000
161   LIU Haisu (1896-1994) 劉海粟           11,536,281      138      1,877,950
166   YANG Yan (1958) 楊彥                   11,191,811       57     10,784,400
167   TANG Yun (1910-1993) 唐雲              11,031,461      493        293,940
172   FANG Lijun (1963) 方力均               10,814,787       30      6,697,600
178   TANG Yin (1470-1523) 唐寅(唐伯虎)      10,514,886       33      4,956,250
180   GUAN Shanyue (1912-2000) 關山月        10,378,961      119      2,850,750
182   LIU Guosong (1932) 劉國松              10,204,764       83      1,804,599
184   CHEN Shaomei (1909-1954) 陳少梅        10,172,762        89      3,000,700
185   SHI Guoliang (1956) 史國良(釋慧禪)      10,111,795      116      1,588,580
186   HUANG Junbi (1898-1991) 黃君璧          10,051,378      313       319,410
188   FU Shan (1607-1684) 傅山                9,945,247        23     3,890,400
189   HE Jiaying (1957) 何家英                9,919,579       54       859,130
190   ZHOU Sicong (1939-1996) 周思聪          9,888,000      174     1,377,850
191   ZHU Ming (1938) 朱銘                    9,699,670       94     1,224,549
196   JIN Nong (1687-1763) 金農               9,367,369       48     1,732,040
200   LIU Danzhai (1931-2011) 刘旦宅          9,177,422      134     1,339,060

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201   LI Xiongcai (1910-2001) 黎雄才          9,162,598       191      788,160
208   YA Ming (1924-2002) 亚明                8,916,735       251    1,172,160
215   BAI Xueshi (1915-2011) 白雪石           8,571,042       164      456,119
217   LEE Man Fong (1913-1988) 李曼峰         8,494,019       61     3,735,200
218   HONG Ren (1610-1663) 弘仁               8,467,043        5     7,542,300
221   FENG Zikai (1898-1975) 豐子愷           8,411,283       175      437,670
223   SONG Wenzhi (1919-1999) 宋文治          8,326,290       244      469,151
224   XU Lei (1963) 徐累                      8,312,432       26    2,606,400
225   WANG Yidong (1955) 王沂東               8,284,639       30     1,458,900
227   WANG Mingming (1952) 王明明             8,207,562       130