Risino Home for the Arts
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For as long as we can remember, We`ve loved the concept of collecting. Our enjoyment of art and culture is what ultimately inspired us to pursue our passion as devoted Art Collectors. Over the years, we’ve built our collection into something exquisite. We are proud to share the results of our hard work and expertise with the world. Come be a part of our incredible journey!
How We're Helping The Art Market
The aim of Risino is to revolutionize the provenance, protection, and trading of fine art by breaking down the barriers which have kept the industry insulated from the technological advancements that have transformed other markets such as company stocks, bonds, commodities and real estate.
Risino intends on becoming the world’s preeminent service for providing high income return on rare Chinese antiques; ultimately fashioning a new ecology raised of a collaboration between blockchain technology and the fine arts market. This will involve further development of the platform from initially being b2p to enable p2p functionality.
The first year of operation will be focused on rapidly developing the market, evolving multiple revenue streams, and building brand awareness and loyal subscribers. To this end, Risino has ambitions of using its various partnerships to orchestrate large-scale events and exhibitions to display its titanic collection at dozens of the most celebrated institutions around the globe.
A preview of the Risino collection on Chinese T.V
Artist Li Mu`s work
Risino will soon boast its own five star art gallery in Shanghai which will display a rotating selection of some of the rarest and most valuable fine Chinese art on the planet. Plans are also in place to purpose build a gallery in Melbourne Australia in late 2021.
Cutting edge display cabinets will protect the antiques, which will consist of various mediums, such as calligraphy, painting, ceramics, bronzes, carvings, furniture and others.
Our collection represents some of China’s most captivating Dynasties, such as Ming, Qing, Song, and Zhou, and the unique artistic styles, methodologies and subcultures, birthed of those time periods.
Risino is excited to announce a newly formed relationship with celebrated contemporary Chinese artist `Mr Li Mu`, whose paintings of landscape and wildlife have been widely acclaimed in the art world.
Li Mu`s fusion of ancient and modern styles has helped him develop a unique visual style that is both original and also reflective of the Song and Yuan Dynasties, Li Mu wishes to encapsulate.
We look forward to hosting Li Mu as a VIP guest at our planned art exhibitions around the globe.
A Snippet of the Risino Art Collection
A Journey of Nostalgia
Whether you’re an avid Art Collector or a new fan, you are guaranteed to discover something eye-catching in my selection of Paintings. If you want to find out more about this or anything else in my collection, please contact me.
No collection is complete without including a stunning display of Jewelry. Whatever you’re into, my collection is guaranteed to impress! For more information about these or other collectibles, please reach out.
Big blue and white Vase with design of dragon and cloud Ming Dynasty, Emperor of Xuande period (1426-1435) H: 43.8 cm MD: 21 cm
Blue and white jar with design of flower and fruits Ming Dynasty, Emperor of Xuande period (1426-1435) H: 19 cm MD: 16.3 cm BD: 14 cm
Famille verte statuary of song jiang about the water margin Ming Dynasty, Emperor of Xuande period (1426-1435) H: 30 cm
Doucai dish with design of flower and dragon Ming Dynasty, Emperor Chenghua period (1465-1487 ) H: 4.1 cm MD: 18.6 cm BD: 11.3 cm Small doucai washer with design of flower Ming Dynasty, Emperor Chenghua period (1465-1487) H: 3 cm MD: 7.2 cm BD: 4.1 cm
Small doucai washer with design of flower Ming Dynasty, Emperor Chenghua period (1465-1487) H: 3 cm MD: 7.2 cm BD: 4.1 cm
Blue and white Doucai Dish with design of dragon Ming Dynasty, Emperor Zhengde period (1506-1522) H: 4.5 cm MD: 21 cm BD: 13.6 cm
Famille rose pear-shaped vase with design of flower and bird Qing Dynasty, Emperor Yongzheng period (1723-1735) H: 21.8 cm MD: 6.4 cm MD: 8.7 cm
Blue and white square flat vase with design of gold dragon and cloud Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qianlong periody (1736- 1796) H: 22.3 cm MD: 8.8×5 cm BD: 8.2×5.8 cm
Blue and white vase with pierced handle and with design of five bats Qing Dynasty,Emperor Qianlong period (1736- 1796) H: 31.8 cm MD: 11.5 cm BD: 12.2 cm