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EVENING SALE

Southeast Asian, Chinese, Modern & Contemporary Art AUCTION Sunday, 17 September 2017 Luncheon : 12.00 am Auction : 1.00 pm

VIEWING Friday, 15 September 2017 Saturday, 16 September 2017 11.00 am - 08.00 pm

VENUE Masterpiece Building, 4 floor Tanah Abang IV No. 23-25 Jakarta Pusat - Indonesia Tel: (62-21) 351 0808 (Hunting) Fax: (62-21) 351 0707

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Published by: MASTERPIECE Auction House PT. Dwi Samapersada MASTERPIECE Building Tanah Abang IV. No.23 - 25 Jakarta Pusat - Indonesia Tel: (62-21) 351 0808 (Hunting) Fax: (62-21) 351 0707 info@masterpiece-auction.com www.masterpiece-auction.com Copyright @ 2017 Masterpiece Auction House All right reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retriavel system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher.

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Important Notice BRIEF ON CATALOGUE All Lots are sold on an “as is” basis. The contents of catalogues produced by Masterpiece formed statements of opinion only. Subject to the limited warranty given in the Conditions of Sale for Buyers, no representation and warranty is made by Masterpiece or any seller of a Lot in respect of anything, including without limitation, description, value, or quality. Buyers are advised to inspect the property themselves. Masterpiece is not liable for any error or omission in this catalogue. All descriptions of dimensions are approximate only. CONDITION REPORTS Condition reports are provided as a service to interested clients. Prospective buyers should note that descriptions of property are not warranties and that each lot is sold “as is”. Masterpiece catalogues sometimes include references to condition only in descriptions of Lots such as prints, books and wine. Generally, no statement of condition is given although they can be made available on request. Please liaise with Masterpiece representatives for a condition report on a particular lot. EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING PRACTICE For Pictures, Drawings, Prints and Miniatures. Terms used in this catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them below: Name(s) or Recognized Designation of an Artist without any Qualification in Masterpiece opinion a work by the artist. *”Attribute to…” In Masterpiece qualified opinion probably a work by the artist in whole or in part. *”Studio of..’/”Workshop of..” In Masterpiece qualified opinion a work executed in the studio or workshop of the artist, possibly under his supervision. *”Circle of..” In Masterpiece qualified opinion a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence. *”Follower of…” In Masterpiece qualified opinion a work executed in the artist’s style but not necessarily by a pupil. *”Manner of…” In Masterpiece qualified opinion a work executed in the artist’s style but of a later date. *”After…” In Masterpiece qualified opinion a copy (of any date) of a work of the artist. *”Signed..”/”dated…”/“Inscribed…” In Masterpiece’s qualified opinion the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist. “With signature…”/”With inscription…” In Masterpiece’s qualified opinion the signature/ inscription appears to be by hand other than that of the artist. *With date…” In Masterpiece’s qualified opinion the date on the item was not executed on that date. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS CONDITIONS OF SALE Masterpiece CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR BUYERS governs the terms and conditions of contract between the buyer and the seller of a lot and is set out later in this catalogue. Persons who have been registered as bidders will be deemed to have read and be fully aware of and subject to the terms as stated in the CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR BUYERS.. No reliance should be placed on oral representations made by any person at the auction. ESTIMATES Estimates are based upon prices recently paid at auction for comparable property, condition, rarity, quality and provenance. Estimates are subject to revision. Buyers should not rely upon estimates as prediction of actual selling prices. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium. For estimate on request, please contact us for further information. RESERVES The reserve is the confidential minimum price the consignor will accept. The reserve will not normally exceed the low estimate. BUYERS PREMIUM Masterpiece charges a premium to the buyer on the final bid price of each lot sold at 22% (twenty two percent). VIEWING/ADMISSION Pre-auction viewings are open to the public and free of charge. Buyers are strongly advised to examine the lots thoroughly, Condition reports are available. Masterpiece reserves the right to refuse admission and participation in its auctions. 8

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REGISTRATION Prospective buyers need to register for a numbered bidding paddle. Details of bank accounts are required for credit reference purposes. BIDDING The Auctioneer accepts bids from those present in the saleroom, from telephone bidders, or by absentee written bids left with Masterpiece in advance of the auction. Bidding will be done in Rupiah (Rp.). The auctioneer will not specifically identify bids placed on behalf of the consignor. BIDDING INCREMENTS The auctioneer will normally start with bids below the low estimate and may at his own discretion increase bids. The standard increments are:Rp. 1.000.000 - Rp. 10.000.000 by Rp. 500.000 Rp. 10.000.000 - Rp. 20.000.000 by Rp. 1.000.000 Rp. 20.000.000 - Rp. 50.000.000 by Rp. 2.000.000 Rp. 50.000.000 - Rp. 100.000.000 by Rp. 5.000.000 Rp. 100.000.000 - Rp. 200.000.000 by Rp. 10.000.000 Rp. 200.000.000 - Rp. 500.000.000 by Rp. 20.000.000 Rp. 500.000.000 - Rp. 1.000.000.000 by Rp. 50.000.000 Rp. 1.000.000.000 - above by the auctioneer’s direction. ABSENTEE BIDS Absentee bids are written instructions from prospective buyers directing Masterpiece to bid on their behalf up to a maximum amount specified for each lot. Masterpiece staff will attempt to execute an absentee bid at the lowest possible price taking into account the reserve price. If identical bids are received from two or more parties, the first bid received by Masterpiece will take priority. The auctioneer may execute absentee bids directly from the rostrum. Absentee Bids Forms are available in this catalogue. Absentee bids submitted on “no-reserve” lots will, in the absence of a higher bid, be executed at the amount of the bid. TELEPHONE BIDS Prospective buyers may bid by telephone during the course of the auction. Arrangements for this service must be confirmed with the Bid Department at least 2 hours prior to the auction. Telephone bids may be recorded. By bidding on the telephone, prospective buyers consent to the recording their conversation. Masterpiece will not be responsible for errors of failures to execute bids. SUCCESSFULL BIDS The fall of the auctioneer’s hammer indicates the final bid, at which time, the buyer assumes full responsibility for the lot. CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR BUYERS Together with the terms as set out in “INFORMATION FOR BUYERS”, These Conditions contain all terms in which a buyer contracts with a seller in respect of the sale of a Lot. These terms may be amended at any time by way of notices or oral announcements during the sale and auction. The buyer agrees to be bound by these Conditions when he/she bids to purchase a Lot. 1. Meanings In these terms and conditions, the following words and expressions have the following meanings: “Buyer” means the successful bidding buyer of a Lot; “Catalogue” means the Catalogue prepared by Masterpiece which describes and illustrates all Lots for sale by Masterpiece; “Conditions” means these terms and conditions; “Hammer Price” means the price at which a Lot is sold to Buyer; “Lot” means each piece of property as described in the Catalogue for which bids are invited for purchase; “Masterpiece”, “our”, “we”, “us” means PT. Dwi Samapersada; “Reserve Price” means in respect of a Lot, the minimum price which the Seller is prepared to accept from a buyer; “Seller”, means in respect of a particular Lot, the seller of that Lot and his personal representatives; “Rp” means the lawful currency of Indonesia.


Except where the context otherwise requires, words importing the singular shall include the plural and vice versa, words importing any one gender shall include all genders, and words importing persons shall include companies and corporations and vice versa. Unless otherwise stated, references to Clauses are references to Clauses in these Conditions. The headings appearing in this Agreement are inserted for ease of reference only and shall in no way define, limit or construe the terms and conditions appearing herein. 2. Parties to the sale of a Lot Unless otherwise stated, a Buyer contracts with a Seller to purchase a Lot. Masterpiece acts as the Seller’s agent in respect of the sale of a Lot. 3. Bidding (a) Registering. Prospective buyers are required to register for a numbered bidding paddle. Copies of bank accounts may be required to be shown to Masterpiece for credit references and/or payment purposes. (b) Reserve. Unless otherwise stated, all Lots are offered for sale, subject to a Reserve Price which is confidential between the Seller and Masterpiece. Bids may be placed by representatives of Masterpiece on behalf of the Seller up to the Reserve Price. There is no obligation on Masterpiece to identify bids placed on behalf of a Seller. (c) Types of bids. Bids may be accepted from those present at the auction and from telephone bidders, or by absentee written bids left with Masterpiece prior to the auction. By bidding by telephone, all prospective buyers consent to the recording of all conversation and bids. (d) Currency. Prices of all Lots are in Rupiah and all bids shall be made in Rupiah. (e) Final bid. The fall of the auctioneer’s hammer indicates acceptance of the final bid, at which time the Buyer enters into a full valid and binding contract with the Seller to purchase the Lot. The results of absentee bids will be notified to the prospective buyer after the auction. Risk and responsibility of the Lot (but not title) pass to the Buyer seven calendar days from the date of the sale or earlier if full payment is made and delivery made to the Buyer. (f) Buyer’s responsibility. When bidding, a prospective buyer accepts personal responsibility to pay the Hammer Price of the Lot for which he bids if he is successful, together with the premium price of 22% (twenty two percent) of the hammer price. 4. Limited warranty (a) No warranty. Neither the Seller nor Masterpiece makes any warranty in respect of the description of any Lot, its value or its quality. Save for the limited warranty set out in this Clause 4(b) below, the Buyer purchases a Lot “as is” without any representation or warranty of any kind by Masterpiece or the Seller. The contents of the Catalogue are statements of opinion only and do not constitute any representation or warranty whatsoever in respect of any Lot. (b) Limited warranty. The Seller and Masterpiece only warrant that the Lot is related to the artist named in its description in the Catalogue. In the event of any allegation of lack of authenticity or forgery, the Buyer is required to notify Masterpiece in writing within a period of one year (the “Notice”) from the date of auction. (c) Contents of Notice. The Notice shall include written evidence from a reputable independent expert who is able to show that the Lot is a forgery. Masterpiece or the Seller reserves the right to request for further evidential proof from other experts if in their respective opinions either of them is not satisfied with the finding of the Buyer’s expert. (d) Refund. In the event that Masterpiece is satisfied with the evidence as enclosed in the Notice and subject to (i) receipt of the full refund from the Seller and (ii) the return of the Lot in such condition as it was sold, a refund of the purchase price for that Lot will be made to the Buyer. The liability of Masterpiece and the Seller is limited to the purchase price of such Lot. Neither Masterpiece nor the Seller shall be liable for any other damages, costs and expenses that may be incurred in presenting the Notice. (e) Conflict of opinion. In the event of conflict of opinion between the Buyer’s expert and the expert appointed by Masterpiece or the Seller, or if it can be shown that tests of authenticity would involve scientific process which could damage or otherwise jeopardize the condition of the Lot and which scientific process did not exist at the time of the publication of the Catalogue, no refund will be made of the affected Lot. (f) No assignment of Limited Warranty. The Limited Warranty in this Clause 4 is for the benefit of the Buyer only and cannot be assigned to any third party.

(ii) By way of bankers’ draft or cashier’s order made payable to “PT. Dwi Samapersada.”. (d) Collection. The Buyer is required to collect his purchase from the premises of Masterpiece and pay for all delivery and shipping costs. Masterpiece may assist the Buyer in making packing and shipping arrangements at the Buyer’s own costs and risk. (e) Storage charges. All purchases will initially be held for collection at the premises of Masterpiece at no charge for a period of fourteen days from the date of sale. Subsequently Masterpiece will charge the Buyer storage charges at the rate of Rp. 50.000,- a day per Lot, together with all other transport, handling, removal, insurance and other expenses where a Lot is transported to another location pending collection. (f) Limit on insurance cover. Masterpiece provides general insurance cover for sold Lots for a period of up to seven days from the date of sale of such Lots. Subsequently, risk of such Lots will transfer to the respective Buyers. 6. Non-payment Where a Buyer fails to make payment with cleared funds within the stipulated time, Masterpiece and/or the Seller shall be entitled, in addition to all other rights and remedies available under the law, to :(a) charge default interest at the rate of 1.5% per month on the outstanding sums due from the Buyer; (b) to commence legal proceedings against the Buyer for recovery of all outstanding sums, including interest, legal fees, costs and other expenses on a full indemnity basis; (c) rescind the sale of the Lot; (d) to resell the property on such terms as they deem fit and to set-off the proceeds of sale against the outstanding sums unpaid by the Buyer; (e) to hold the Lot as security; pledge or lien pending payment of all outstanding sums due from the Buyer. 7. Copyright The copyright in all images, illustrations and literature, including the Catalogue is the property of Masterpiece and shall not be used by the Buyer without the prior written consent of Masterpiece. No warranty is made by Masterpiece and the Seller that the Buyer of a Lot shall acquire any intellectual property rights in it or to reproduce it. 8. Miscellaneous (a) Notwithstanding anything stated in these Conditions, the Buyer shall indemnify Masterpiece and the Seller on a full indemnity basis, in respect of any loss, damage, cost or expense that may be incurred by either the Seller or Masterpiece in respect of any breach by the Buyer of these Conditions. (b) If any part of this agreement is found by any courts to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part may be discounted and the rest of the agreement shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law. (c) Masterpiece will hold Buyer’s personal data and may communicate it to affiliated companies worldwide for the purposes of enabling the Buyer to consign or purchase property or services and, unless the Buyer objects, advising of forthcoming sales, events and service. (d) These Conditions are subject to Indonesia law, which shall apply to its construction as well as to its effect. (e) Where a translation of this agreement has been provided, the English language version shall prevail in case of conflict.

5. Payment, Title and Collection of purchases (a) Deadline for payment. All payments for sold Lots must be made within seven calendar days from the date of sale. (b) Title. No title in the Lot will pass to the Buyer until all amounts due to Masterpiece as stated in Clause 3(f) above have been paid, even in circumstances where Masterpiece has released the Lot to the Buyer before full payment has been made. (c) Payment modes. Payments must be in Rupiah and may be made in the following modes:(i) telegraphic transfer to Masterpiece’s bank account. Please include the Buyer’s name and invoice number in the bank instructions. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, C. Java, 1971) Panen Raya -Borobudur, 2009 Oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pardolli09 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 28.000.000 – 40.000.000 USD 2,110 – 3,010

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I GUSTI AGUNG KEPAKISAN

(b. 1972) Morning Light, 2013

Oil on canvas: 90 x 170 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kepakisan, Bali-2013 RP 80.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,020 – 7,520


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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Returning Home, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 30 x 43 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Arie Smit03 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: ARIE SMIT, A Living Legend, published by Rudolf Studio, Ubud, Bali 2011, pg. 30 RP 80.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,020 – 7,520 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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WILLEM GERARD HOFKER (Amsterdam, 1902 – 1981) Mia Aetatis Svae, 1935

Oil on canvas: 51,5 x 47,5 cm Titled, upper left: Mia Aetatis Svae Dated, Upper right: Anno, 1935 Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta RP 150.000.000 - 200.000.000 USD 11,280 - 15,080 12

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Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1902. He studied arts at the academy of Fine Arts, Masterdam and also learnt under painter W. Witsen and Isaac Israels. He once lived in Bali from 1938 – 1944 together with his wife, Hofker-Reuter. His works were undoubted. His color, texture surface, and contrastive control showed his maturity of painting study. His drawing was elegant and poetic. His works were inspired by the lifestyle of Balinese people which often depict them in festive ceremonial dress. He died in 1981.


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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Wanita, 1966

Oil on canvas: 102 x 75.5 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Roedyat, 1966 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

Born in Bandung, 1932. He first painting in 1948 and studied at the Bandung Institute of Technology. He performed his solo exhibition in Jakarta (1978) and was included in the East-West Center’s Art of Bali exhibition in Honolulu, Hawaii (1988). His works are unique, rich and colorful that creates a strong rhythm. His works are in private collections of European and the United States.

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Willem Van Der Does Born in Rotterdam, 20 April 1889. He came to Indonesia ca. 1918 as a civil servant to survey the country. In this function he traveled all over the archipelago. The artist participated in several group exhibitions in Jakarta, Medan and Surabaya between 1918 and1939. He returned to the Netherlands in 1946, where he settled in Zeist. Does was a painter, illustrator and draughtsman of harbor scenes, city views, and landscapes, in an accurate impressionistic style. Van der Does came to some areas in Indonesia such as Medan, Bandung, Batavia, Surabaya, Malang and learnt their environments. His works had a fascinating technique, showing that he was an academic painter. The lines produced by his light brush stroke were allowed to appear clearly in canvas, so that Does’s works here and there showed the rhythmical and soft brush stroke. His colors were bright and light. And the objects that he painted were the environment around him, partly exposing the natural scenery. The choice of his themes showed that Does was an adventurous painter who was able to look at the objects with his artistic sensibility. Van der Does often painted themes about Surabaya especially the harbor scenes. He left Indonesia in 1946, and lived in town, Zeist, the Netherlands, until he passed away on February 3, 1966. During his living in Netherlands, he still painted about Surabaya based on his sketch and memory.

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WILLEM VAN DER DOES

(Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1889 – 1966) Boy on a Buffalo Oil on board: 50 x 74.6 cm Signed, lower right: Van Der Does Will be included in the future publication of the book “Soekarno Favourite Painters” RP 80.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,020 – 7,520

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WILLEM VAN DER DOES

(Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1889 – 1966) Landscape Oil on canvas: 34 x 50 cm Signed, lower right: W. V. D. Does RP 45.000.000 – 60.000.000 USD 3,380 - 4,230

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WILLEM VAN DER DOES

(Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1889 – 1966) Lake View Oil on board: 61 x 90.5 cm Signed, lower left: W.V.D. Does RP 25.000.000 – 35.000.000 USD 1,880 - 2,630

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NASJAH DJAMIN

(Perbaungan, 1924 – 1993, 1999) Perahu Jukung, 1987 Oil on canvas: 90 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Nasjah87 RP 70.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 5,260 - 6,770 Born in Perbaungan, Deli, North Sumatra, 1924. He started painting in 1947 and went to Yogyakarta because he was attracted by the works of Sudjojono, Affandi and Kartono Yudhokusumo. He was best known for his quiet atmospheric and rather monochromatic landscapes. He was also active as a theatrical playwright and awarded for his writing in 1958. He joined several art organizations such as the Pasukan Obor art studio, Seniman Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists) and Gabungan Pelukis Indonesia (Indonesian Painters Union). He died in Yogyakarta, 1999).

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CAREL LODEWIJK DAKE, Jr (Schaerbeek, 1886 – Jakarta, 1946) Landscape Mountain

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FREDERIK KASENDA

(1900’s-1950) Worker in The Field

Oil on board: 52 x 82 cm Signed, lower right: CL. Dake

Oil on canvas: 64 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: Frederik Kasenda

RP 45.000.000 – 50.000.000 USD 3,380 – 3,760

RP 30.000.000 – 40.000.000 USD 2,260 – 3,010

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Widayat Widayat is a famous painter with “decora-magic” style, which means the works were fully decorated and can produced magical effect. His works are based on his daily life experiences. Such experiences he imparts through the representations of human and animal figures, plants and imaginary beings, characterized by spontaneity and uninterrupted strong lines. Most of his paintings can give magnificent excitement by his ability in creating stylistic forms of trees, birds, fishes, or his favorite animal. The form also gives decorative motif with the use of hard and dark color producing textures and subtle impression. Widayat paints freely, unburdened by anything except that he always attempts at infusing contents, giving significance to his imaginary space by means of symbols and indications. Watching Widayat’s works, we are taken to archaic natures and to the daily life, without perspective, and without criticize for something. We may remark them as beautiful and alluring, crowding our retinas, innocently accepting reality, fascinatingly interpretable, and mystically thrilling the space.

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WIDAYAT

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Flamboyan, 2001 Oil on canvas: 95 x 125 cm Signed and dated, lower right: H. Widajat, 2001 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta Literature: 83rd Anniversary Haji Widayat “The Older he gets the better he is” Solo Exhibition, Published Museum Widayat, pg. 40 RP 280.000.000 - 350.000.000 USD 21,050 - 26,320 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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TEGUH OSTENRIK (Jakarta, 1950) La Rolling Stone, 1995

Mixed media collage on canvas: 200 x 220 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Goeh Ost’95 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 100,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 7,520 - 11,280

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Internationally celebrated Painter and Sculptor, Teguh Ostenrik holds a Master Degree in Fine Arts Hochschule der Kuenste, West Berlin , Germany. He has had more than one hundred solo and group exhibitions in the USA , Europe (France, the Netherlands, Germany),Australia and throughout Asia . His art works and commissioned projects are collected by many private collectors, museums, international institutions and major corporations. To name a few are Willem de Kooning Studio – USA, St.Mary of the Angels Church – Singapore, Fukuoka Art Museum – Japan. Among many noteworthy recognitions, Ostenrik was awarded The Best Artist 2009 in Visual Arts Category by Tempo Magazine and the Top Ten Philip Morris Art Award in 1997. Most of Ostenrik’s works were created based on his respect to environment. He used lots of recycle material and mother earth colors. He believes that having himself raised in Indonesian culture, graduated from Hochschulle der Künste West Berlin, Germany and later resided in Europa for 16 years , has created a two sided insights in his works. The Indonesian and European culture has merged in him and subconsciously shaped his artistic statement. Recently , he initiated ARTificial Reef Park Project which was launched in Lombok, Indonesia, a project to restore the nature through art.


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M. IRFAN

(Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972) Sesuatu, 2007 Mixed media on canvas: 140 x 160 cm Stamped, lower right Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 40.000.000 – 60.000.000 USD 3,010 – 4,510

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AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Bongkah-Bongkah Emas, 1981 Mixed media on paper: 34 x 39 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sadali, 1981 RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4,510 - 6,020

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Gerard Pieter Adolfs Adolfs spent his youth in Java and received at home his first artistic inspirations. His father, Gerardus Cornelis Adolfs, was an architect and a versatile amateur (painter, photographer, piano and violin player as well as a pole vaulter). Adolfs studied architecture in Amsterdam. After graduating, he was drawn back to Java, where he designed houses in Yogyakarta, Surakarta and Surabaya. But soon he swapped the drawing pen for the drypoint, pencil and brush and from then on dedicated his whole life to painting. He was already well known as a talented advertising illustrator, when in 1924 he was first introduced to the public of Yogyakarta as a painter, water-colourist and graphic artist. Each year Adolfs travelled for a few months. He had studios in Florence, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Prag and - together with his Japanese friend Léonard Tsuguharu Fujita - in Paris and exhibited his works of art internationally (Netherlands Indies, Japan, Singapore, United States, England, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, France, Switzerland…). The main subjects of his work were scenes of Java, Bali, Japan and of North Africa (market sceneries, cock-fights, landscapes and townscapes). In 1940 – shortly before the occupation of the Netherlands – Adolfs came back to Europe and settled in Amsterdam. On 22 February 1944, during an exhibition at the Kunstzaal Pollmann, the largest part of Adolfs’ paintings was destroyed by the bombardment of Nijmegen. Adolfs kept on working. He wrote and illustrated a book about his memories of Surabaya and exhibited in many well-known galleries. He lived mostly in Amsterdam - interrupted by longer stays in Scandinavia, France, Spain, Italy and North Africa. In 1967 he retired to a small village in South-Holland. On 1 February 1968, G.P. Adolfs died in ’s-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant. 016

GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Market, 1933 Oil on canvas: 60 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Ger. P. Adolfs33 Provenance: Private collection of prominent collector Jakarta RP 300.000.000 - 400.000.000 USD 22,560 - 30,080

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Dobbelaars, 1934 Oil on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Ger.P Adolfs 34 RP 65.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4,890 - 6,020

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Hut in The Forest Oil on board: 30 x 40 cm Signed, lower left: Adolfs RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Flamboyant Oil on board: 30 x 40 cm Signed, lower left: Ger. P.Adolfs RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 3,010 - 4,510

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Yunizar Yunizar takes painting as their medium to express things they are familiar with. To some artist, the expression of mind and feeling is not merely has to be obvious and real. Therefore understanding a painting needs certain comprehension and careful attention. Sometimes the understanding not only gained with full attention but can also perceive with half perceptions. Yunizar’s work embodies the beauty and purity in human creativity. Like the work of a child, Yunizar’s work is pure and crude, emerging spontaneously from what appears as his unconscious mind. Yunizar is to be commended for refusing to compromise creativity, like so many artists and galleries do, by tailoring their art or the artists they choose to represent for purely commercial reasons. What is important for Yunizar is the basic and pure creativity. He intentionally uses simple subject matter, objects which surround his daily life, and a simple painting and sketching technique to focus almost entirely on creativity and inventiveness.

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YUNIZAR

(Talawi, West Sumatra, 1971) Kisah, 2007 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Yunizar, 2007 RP 250.000.000 - 300.000.000 USD 18,800 - 22,560 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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IBRAHIM

(Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, 1975) Full Moon, 2012 Acrylic and pencil on canvas: 200 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 2012 RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000 USD 1,500 – 2,260

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Born in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, on 27 October 1975. He graduated from the Indonesian Art Institute (ISI) in Yogyakarta. He was nominated as the finalist of the Phillip Morris Indonesia Art Award (2001). He had performed his solo exhibition in Rumah Seni Medan (2012) and at Gallery Semarang (2008). He joined in several groups exhibitions such as ¬¬¬at Philo Art Space, Jakarta (2014), Traditional and Modernity ISI Padangpanjang in H K U .Utrecht Netherlands (2013), Taman Budaya Bali (2013), Museum H. Widayat, Magelang (2012), Biennale Sumatera, Padang (2012), Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta (2011), Bakaba Sakato, Yogya National Museum (2010), Edwin Gallery, Jakarta (2008 - 2009), Sangkring Art Space,Yogyakarta (2007), Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta (2005), Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2005), Taksu Gallery, Jakarta (2004), Phillip Morris Asean Art Award, Bali (2002), Phillip Morris Art Award, Gallery Nasional Jakarta (2001), Kelompok Sakato, Yogyakarta (1997 – 1998).


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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Nanfang Garden, 2014

Acrylic on canvas : 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2014 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

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PANDE KETUT TAMAN (Peliatan, Ubud, 1970) Eksposisi Babi, 2008

Acrylic on canvas: @30 x 30 (6 Panel) Signed and dated, lower area: Pande K. Taman.2008 RP 6.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 450 - 1,880

RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000 USD 1,130 - 1,5000

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DEDE ERI SUPRIA (Jakarta, 1956) Love,2 , 2008

Oil on canvas: 200 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria, 2008 RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4,510 - 6,020

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Born in Jakarta, January 29, 1956. He studied at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) in Yogyakarta (1974). In 1976 his name first emerged in the Indonesian Art Scene when he exhibited his works at the first Seni Rupa Baru Indonesia exhibition at the Balai Budaya, Jakarta. He has received several awards for his works, Jakarta Biennale 1981, won a Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards in 1997 and was participated into the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila. He has participated in many group shows as well as solo exhibitions. Dede held his solo exhibitions at Jakarta Stock Exchange (1997) and at the Art Folio Space in Singapore (2002). Today, he is considered an influential propagator of super-realist painting in Indonesia.


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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Laut dan Perahu, 2000

Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jeihan 00 Literature: Mamannoor, JEIHAN JEIHAN JEIHAN Published by Yayasan Pengembangan Rupa Seni Indonesia, pg. 124/1082 RP 85.000.000 - 100.000.000 USD 6,390 - 7,520

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ARDISON

(West Sumatra, 1974) Main-main, 2002 Acrylic on canvas: 140 x 137 cm Signed and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1,130 - 2,630

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Doa Untuk Bumi Oil on canvas: 145 x 250 cm RP 125.000.000 - 180.000.000 USD 9,400 - 13,490 Born in Cilacap, October 1, 1965. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta (1987 – 1994). He received awards for the best sketches and paintings from ASRI, selected as one of the five best paintings at Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia (Indonesian Fine Arts Foundation) – Philip Morris Indonesian Art Award, and entered to the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila, the Philippines. He held his solo exhibitions at the Galeri Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian National Gallery) in 2000 and participated in Soul Ties exhibition in Singapore Art Museum.

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Erica in Wonderland, 2014

Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica, 2014 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000 USD 1,130 – 1,500

029 AGUS RIYADI (Sleman, Yogyakarta, 1979) Alutsita, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 160 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Riyadi, 2017 RP 16.000.000 – 20.000.000 USD 1,200 – 1,500

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CHRIS SUHARSO (Solo, 1931 – 1999) Perahu, 1973

Oil on canvas: 99 x 74 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Chris S.1973 RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1,350 - 1,880 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Affandi Born in Cirebon, March 11, 1907. Affandi was considered as the Indonesian Artist par excellent. He was the founder of the Himpunan Pelukis Masyarakat (Community’s Artists Association (1946) and Himpunan Pelukis Rakyat (People’s Artists Association) in 1947, Affandi was committed to creating a new artistic idiom for Indonesia. In the early of 1950s he traveled to India for a grant from Indian Government, he held several one-man shows in several Indian Cities, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Italy. He received an Indonesian Art Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture (1969), the Dag Hammerskjoeld Prize from Italy (1977) and an Indonesian Government the First Class Merit (1978). His works were exhibited in major exhibitions in Asia, Europe, and the Americas and were also be acquired by major art collectors and institutions all over the world since the 1950s. Affandi prefers capturing his subjects exactly as they are by painting them as they appear in their natural setting. In this, he starts of his use of squeezing paint directly on the canvas, a style that he has used since the late fifties. He not only departs from the use of the brush, but makes use of his palms and fingers to apply the paint on the canvas. Affandi’s work exhibits a distinct rhythm full of emotional intensity. The impact of this emotion is communicated visually depending on the emotional drive of the painter himself. The expressionist painter characteristically has an urgency to simultaneously grab the movement of the moment he wants to describe, along with capturing the textures of the object, a drive that often leads him to work much more passionately compared to the naturalists, the realists, or even the impressionists. The current lot depicts a traditional Balinese mythological character known as Barong; the mythical animal personifies the king of all Good spirits, whose archenemy is Rangda, the demon queen and mother of all Evil spirits. The Barong Dance, which describes the battle between good (Dharma) and evil (Adharma), symbolises the intertwining of two opposite forces and the complex relationship between man and supernatural. His fingers wild strokes express his emotion through the spreading oil paint that captured the vitality of the Barong gesture. Affandi’s depiction of the Barong here is not only a portrayal of an extraordinary event but it also symbolizes the struggle of opposing forces inherent to the human condition. 031

AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Barong Oil on canvas: 50 x 65 cm Signed, lower middle: AF Provenance: Private Collection of Prominent Collector, Jakarta RP 350.000.000 – 450.000.000 USD 26,320 – 33,830 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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032 S. TOYO (Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Pasar, 1991 Oil on canvas: 110 x 170 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Toyo, 1991 RP 20.000.000 – 25.000.000 USD 1,500 – 1,880 Born in Blitar, East Java, 1935. He was well known as a through autodidact painter. Since childhood he like to draw as a hobby with paint a shadow play with leather puppets. He begin learning the people sketch hero faces, namely: Pangeran Diponegoro, Raden Sentot, Kyai Modjo, Soekarno (First Presiden RI), Hatta (Vice President), Jendral Sudirman, etc. He also has created his works on various themes.

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Balinese Festivity Near a Big Tree, 2002 Watercolor on paper: 56 x 76 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Paul Husner, 02, Bali

034 KARTIKA AFFANDI (Jakarta, 1934) Flowers, 2002 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Kartika, 2002 RP 25.000.000 – 35.000.000 USD 1,880 – 2,630

RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000 USD 1,500 – 2,260

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ABDUL AZIZ

(Purwokerto, 1928 - Bali, 2002) Gadis Bali Oil on canvas : 35 x 30 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Abdul Aziz, Bali.1980 RP 60.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 4,510 – 6,020 38

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Born in Purwokerto, March 27, 1928. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) in 1959 then went to Italy to continue his study at Academia Di Belle Arti in Rome. He exhibited some works in Italy several times as well as in Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Bali. Besides being a well known for his work, Aziz is a highly accomplished violinist.


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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Sari, 2001

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and daetd, upper left: Jeihan01 Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 60.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 4,510 – 6,020

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OTTO DJAYA

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) 7 Bidadari dan Borobudur, 1987 Oil on canvas: 134 x 168 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1987 RP 90.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,770 – 7520

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LU HAO

(Beijing, China, 1969) The Executor Oil on canvas: 180 x 300 cm RP 180.000.000 – 250.000.000 USD 13,530 - 18,800 Lu Hao was born in Beijing, China, 1969. Lu Hao graduated from the Chinese Ink Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing in 1992. He had become recognized as an accomplished ink painter by 1997 when he began to explore other ways in which to express his concern about the clash between the legacies of China great classical civilization on the one hand and the drive to modernity propagated by the Chinese government on the other. It was important to him furthermore to express his views in ways that could be readily understood. He is not interested in producing work of the teasing opaqueness so favored by some of his contemporaries in the West. Selected Solo Exhibitions : The Art of Lu Hao, Goedhuis Contemporary, New York, USA Lu Hao, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2005), Experimental Wash Painting, Yun Feng Art Gallery, Beijing, China (1996), Lu Hao, Wan Fung Art Gallery, Beijing, China(1996), Experimental Wash Painting, International Art Gallery, Beijing, China (1995), Lu Hao, International Art Gallery, Holiday Inn Crown Plaza, Beijing, China (1995), Lu Hao, September Gallery, Beijing, China (1994). He was actively in several Group Exhibitions such as Contemporary Chinese Art, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (2005), Hague Sculpture Museum, Hague, (2005), The Netherlands Mahjong, Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland China: As seen by Contemporary Chinese Artists (2005), Spazio Oberdan, Milano, Italy (2005),The Wall: Reshaping the Contemporary Chinese Art, Millenium Art Museum, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China (2005).

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AGAPETUS AGUS KRISTIANDANA (Yogyakarta, 1968) Jagalah Properti Anda

Oil on canvas: @126 x 63 (3 Panel) RP 50.000.000 – 70.000.000 USD 3,760 – 5,260

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WIN DWI LAKSONO

(Kediri, 1957) Memeluk Rembulan, AP.2, 2006 Bronze: 121 x 33 x 30 cm Signed and dated, middle area: AP.2 Win06 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 30.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 2,260 – 6,020 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Tatang Ganar Tatang Ganar was born in Bandung 1936 descended from a family of farmers. He like to explore wayang themes. He performed his early exhibition at the Building of Cultural Centre Foundation Bandung (1955). He went to Yogyakarta and joined the Sanggar Pelukis Rakyat (People’s painting Group of Artist), which was a prestigious and popular organization at the time. He stayed in Yogyakarta for 5 years where he learnt painting intensely. He returned to Bandung in 1961 and decided to become a professional painter. He produced works of sketches, designs, drawings, pastel paintings, watercolor and oil painting illustrating objects of mother and child figures, woman with traditional scene on the background, fisherman life, flower arrangements and revolutionary themes. In his revolutionary theme he represented not only as the struggling action but he was more to present the memories of the past that illustrate the drama and romance of the time.

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TATANG GANAR

(Bandung, 1936 – Bandung, 2004) Peristiwa Kongo, 1971 Oil on canvas: 133 x 400 cm Signed and dated, lower right: T.Ganar 71/92 Signed and dated on the reverse Provenance: Private Collection of Prominent Collector, Jakarta RP 80,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 21,050 - 26,320

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NYOMAN GUNARSA

(Klungkung, 1944) Pertunjukan Wayang Kulit, 2012 Oil on canvas: 125 x 175 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 2012 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 90.000.000 – 120.000.000 USD 6,770 – 9,020

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Born in Klungkung, Bali, April 15, 1944. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) in Yogyakarta where he is currently a lecturer in art. He began his career as painter of models and portraits. Since 1967, active performing solo exhibitions, like in British Embassy, Jakarta (1967), Arcade Gallery, Kuala Lumpur (1971), Blance Gallery, San Francisco (1991), Blance Gallery, Osaka (1982), 21 Gallery, Singapore (1995), Opera-Gallery, Paris (1996), and Hamburgische Landesbank, Hamburg (1998). He also participates in joint-exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas. He received awards from the Pratisara Affandi Adikarya (1976), in the Biennial Indonesian Art Exhibitions (1878 & 1980) and the Lempad Prize (1980). His works are in collection by local and abroad collectors.


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I DEWA PUTU MOKOH (Pengosekan, Ubud,Bali, 1936) Pulang Panen Oil on canvas : 75 x100 cm Signed, lower right: Mokoh RP 18.000.000 – 25.000.000 USD 1,350 – 1,880

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WIN DWI LAKSONO

(Kediri, 1957) Patung Pieta, ed.12/15, 2012

Bronze: 73 x 64 x 35 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Win.12/15 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 25.000.000 – 60.000.000 USD 1,880 – 4,510 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Still Life Oil on canvas: 62 x 78 cm Signed, lower left: L. Wasim RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,630 - 3,760 Born in Bandung, West Java 1929. He learned painting with Kok Tekkang at Tiong Hoa Hwee Koan. After, he learnt painting from Sudjana Kerton and Mochtar Apin. He graduated from China Institute of Fine Art in 1956and then assigned to teach at Xian An Institute until 1959. He participated in a joint exhibition in Bandung and many other exhibitions since then. He was appointed as a Presidential Palace painter in 1961 and awarded the gold medal Golden Centaur from International Parliament, USA. His solo exhibition was held in 2003.

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S. TOYO

(Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Panen, 1998 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Toyo, 1998 RP 4,000,000 - 6,000,000 USD 300 - 450

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Bunga, 1997 Oil on canvas: 60 x 48 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Popo 97 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,260 - 3,010 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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NYOMAN ERAWAN (Dlodtongkluk, Bali, 1958) Pralaya Matra LXVI, 1997

Collage, oil on canvas: 95 x 65 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Nyoman Erawan, 1997 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000 USD 1,130 – 1,500

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SALIM / SARAOCHIM SALIM

(Medan, 1908 – Paris, 2008) Angsa Oil on canvas: 77 x 57 cm Signed, lower right: Salim

RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 3,010 - 3,760

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Sisi Pesisir, 1987 Oil on canvas: 64,5 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 6.10.87 Agus Dermawan T., Elegi Artistik tentang NASHAR dan lukisan - lukisannya, Pg. 211 RP 50.000.000 – 70.000.000 USD 3,760 – 5,260

051 KABOEL SUADI (Cirebon, 1935- 2010) Abstrak, 1969 Oil on canvas: 100 x 180 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kaboel69 RP 50.000.000 – 70.000.000 USD 3,760 – 5,260

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052 HAN SNEL (Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Market Scene in Bali, 1967 Oil on canvas: 39,5 x 74,5 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Han Snel, Bali67 Provenance: Private Collection of Prominent Collector, Jakarta RP 550.000.000 – 700.000.000 USD 41,350 – 52,630

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Han Snel Masterpiece Singapore 16&17 August 2008 Sold SGD 180,000


Born in 1925 in Scheveningen, Holland, Han Snel arrived in Indonesia as a Dutch soldier in 1946. He had a life-long love affair with Bali, became an Indonesian citizen and lived in Ubud from 1950 until his death in 1998. Balinese themes are Han Snel’s specialism, in particular figures done in a more or expressionist style: he himself prefers to describe his manner with its very conspicuous, curved lines, as ‘roundism’. In his works, Snel focused his attention on the beauty of Balinese women. His colors were varied and lean towards the primary with contrasting area of dark shading. The graphic paintings featured stylized and somewhat elongated women in rich, sensuous colors. His visual imageries, subdued colors and fine lines captured the essence of Ubud and the island as a place where serenity reigned and simple people led an honest life.

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I GUSTI AGUNG WIRANATA (Kapal, Bali, 1969) Morning Activity, 1999

Oil on canvas: 105 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Wiranata, Bali99 RP 85.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,390 – 7,520

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He was born in Kapal village, Bali, in 1969. His works have been in collection of Museum Puri Lukisan Ratna Warta, Ubud Bali. His works is greatly by Walter Spies with his own distinctive style. He had participated in Walter Spies exhibitions in 1995.


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LEO ELAND

(Java, 1884 – 1952) Landscape Oil on canvas: 61 x 97 cm Signed, lower right: L. Eland RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 2,630 – 3,760

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Pemandangan (Gunung dan Pohon Besar,1992 Acrylic on duplex paper: 26,5 x 39,5 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit92 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 45.000.000 – 65.000.000 USD 3,380 – 4,890

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SUDARISMAN

(Yogyakarta, 1948) Neoromantik, 2002 Oil on canvas: 100 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Daris02 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000 USD 1,130 – 1,500 057

R. HADI

(b. Semarang, Central Java) Penari Bali Oil on canvas: 63 x 44 cm Signed, lower left: R. Hadi RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000 USD 1,130 – 1,500

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OTTO DJAYA

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Di Depan Gerbang pura, 1995 Acrylic on canvas: 120 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1995 RP 60.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 4,510 - 6,020 54

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GIORDANO GIOVANETTI (Ancona, 1906 – Rome, 1973) Grapes Gathering

Oil on canvas : 100 x 150 cm Signed, lower right: G. Giovanetti RP 48,000,000 - 60,000,000 USD 3,610 - 4,510 Giordano Giovanetti was born in 1906 in Ancona. In 1925 he obtained the diploma of the Rome Academy of Art where he had studied under renowned painters such as De Carolis, Costantini and Vagnetti. Two years after, he opened a studio in Paris together with Carlo Carcher, son of the famous painter Giuseppe Cherubini. From France he moved to Austria, then to Hungary and Poland. After that, he returned back to Italy and visited the region of Abruzzi.  In 1931, he held his first exhibition in the area.  In 1932, he exhibited his works in Belgardo and Bucharest. He then started roaming through Romania painting portraits, landscapes and making decorations at the Monastery of Sibiu until 1935. Between his works in 1946,  he found time to organize an extremely successful personal exhibition in Rome.  In 1950 and 1951, he participated in the "Premio Michelli" and the "Premio Roma. Giovanetti was an extremely productive and versatile painter. His method of painting was most personal and unusual. He died in Rome in 1973.

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PUTU SUTAWIJAYA

(Bali, 1971) Gerak Bagai Badai III, 2000 Mixed media on canvas: 200 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Putu Sutawijaya, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 200.000.000 – 300.000.000 USD 15,040 – 22,560

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Born in Bali, 1971. He studied at Sekolah Tinggi Seni Rupa Denpasar (STSR), Bali and continued his study to Indonesia Institute of Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta. He graduated from ISI in 1997. He had his solo exhibitions in Yogyakarta, Singapore, Hong Kong and Jakarta. He also participated in numerous group exhibitions since 1990 in Bali, Yogyakarta, Hong Kong, etc. He was awarded Best Watercolor and Sketch from ISI Yogyakarta (1991) and Best Painting from ISI Yogyakarta, Top Ten Paintings (1999) and Lempad Price from Sanggar Dewata Indonesia in 2000.


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EDHI SUNARSO

(Salatiga, 1932) Monumen Pembebasan Irian Barat, 1963 Bronze: 48 x 28 x 6 cm (miniature) RP 80.000.000 - 100.000.000 USD 6,020 - 7,520

Insert: Monument at Lapangan Banteng, Jakarta (left) Soekarno after officiating the monument (right)

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO

(Solo, 1938) Nansi, 2000

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jeihan 2K Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 3,010 - 3,760 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Reclining Nude Oil on board: 50 x 98 cm Inscribed in chinese character, upper left Signed and stamped with the artists seal upper left RP 300.000.000 – 400.000.000 USD 22,560 – 30,080

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Lee Man Fong was one of a rare artist who received honor by critics and collectors across Asia. As an Oriental artist, Lee man Fong has renewed and transformed Western oil painting by imbuing it with the essence of Chinese ink painting, achieving a mutual identity between subject and object, at the same time vastly opening the restrictions on traditional Chinese painting. In short, he created a unique “Man-Fong style”. The present lot is a female figure posing in nude style, very rare objects and very special as one of his best work produced in the period. Besides his great intense in observing the nature especially animal such as gold fish and doves, women were Lee’s most cherished subject. His figures reflect a wealth of thought and inner content. His portraits excel equally in form and expression, vitality and faithfulness, and rank above works. Lee Man Fong’s portraits are remarkable life-like, fresh and moving and at the same time full of artistic individuality. This resulted from a strict awareness of values and rigorous selectivity.

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ALIT SEMBODO

(Magelang, 1973 – 2003) Motorcycles Baratayudha, 2001 Mixedmedia on canvas: 150 x 300 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Alit Sembodo, Yogyakarta, 2001 Literature: In The Memor y of Alit Sembodo (1973-2003), Political Circus: an Ancient World, Publihed by Umahseni, Jakarta, 2011, pg. 124-127 RP 300.000.000 – 400.000.000 USD 22,560 – 30,080 Alit Sembodo was born in Magelang, Central Java, 10th August 1973. He took his formal school at the Indonesian Institute of Fine Arts, Yogyakarta where he won the Patisara Affandi Adi Karya Awards in 1999. Alit’s paintings have shown the tendency to become a media for social commentary. He does not purely make social criticism of the wisdom or practices of the ruling politics. He only goes as far as demonstrating the problems of society through the language of his paintings, according to his own perceptive and perception. Most of his works demonstrate strong characteristics, narrative and descriptive crowd in all kinds of poses and scenes that filled every corner of the canvas. He never left the canvas empty. The canvas seems full with parade of masses like a colossal theater performance. Perhaps this has become Alit’s concern towards all kinds of social problems amongst the populace. He seems does not merely make social criticism towards the ruling politics, but he only goes to describe the condition in his painting through his own perspective and perception. Awards: 2000 – The finalist of the Phillip Morris Art Awards 2000 – The finalist of the Indonesian Art Awards 1999 – The Pratisara Affandi Adi Karya 1999 – The nominee of 40 Best Winsor & Newton Awards 60

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Penari Seruling, 1989

Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: 89 RP 140.000.000 - 180.000.000 USD 10,530 - 13,530

Born in Klungkung, Bali, April 15, 1944. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) in Yogyakarta where he is currently a lecturer in art. He began his career as painter of models and portraits. Since 1967, active performing solo exhibitions, like in British Embassy, Jakarta (1967), Arcade Gallery, Kuala Lumpur (1971), Blance Gallery, San Francisco (1991), Blance Gallery, Osaka (1982), 21 Gallery, Singapore (1995), Opera-Gallery, Paris (1996), and Hamburgische Landesbank, Hamburg (1998). He also participates in joint-exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas. He received awards from the Pratisara Affandi Adikarya (1976), in the Biennial Indonesian Art Exhibitions (1878 & 1980) and the Lempad Prize (1980). His works are in collection by local and abroad collectors.

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JOSEPHINE LINGGAR

(Jember, East Java, 1943) Resting After The Performance, 2014 Oil on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Josephine, 2014 RP 60.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 4,510 – 6,020

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ZHANG DA ZHONG (Guangzhou, China, 1953) Farmer Lady, 2006

Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, in chinese character, lower right: 06 RP 48.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 3,610 - 4,510 62

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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Potret Gadis, 1975 Oil on canvas: 46 x 44 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Han Snel, Bali75

Born in Scheveningen, Holland, 1925. He came to Indonesia as a Dutch soldier to fight against the Indonesian people, which after he abandoned his side. He specialized in graphic painting which is very rich in color as well as geometrical abstract. He lived in Bali since 1950 and became an Indonesian citizen. He has participated in several exhibitions include at Itoh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 1965.

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WILLEM DOOIJEWAARD (Amsterdam, 1892 – 1980) Ballerina

Oil on board: 54 x 20 cm Signed, lower left: W. Dooyewaard RP 40.000.000 – 60.000.000 USD 3,010 – 4,510 Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1892. He studied arts and craft in Amsterdam for three years. He once worked as administration staff for Sumatra Plantation Company in 1913. He first visited Bali in 1918 then traveled extensively throughout the island to paint. He also went to Europe as well as remote areas in Asia and North Africa. Most of his works were absorbed from the local cultures that enabled him to paint unusually intimate portraits. He died in his homeland, Amsterdam, 1980.

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IVAN SAGITA

(Malang, 1957) Topeng-topeng Manusia, 1988 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sagita, 1988 RP 60,000,000 - 90,000,000 USD 4,510 - 6,770

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AGUS DJAYA

(Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Noon Gathering No. 2, 1974 Oil on canvas: 96 x 166 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Djaya, 1974 Titled and dated on the reverse RP 40,000,000 - 60,000,000 USD 3,010 - 4,510

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RIES MULDER

(Dutch, 1909 – 1973) Reclining Nude, 1952 Oil on canvas: 50 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ris,52 RP 80.000.000 – 100.000.000 USD 6,020 – 7,520 Born in Dutch, 1909. He was a Dutch painter that headed the Bandung Institute of Technology’s Art Department and started to introduce geometric-abstract style which connected with scole de Paris style and especially the cubist style.

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Irama Alam-Kepiting, 1978 Oil on canvas: 88 x 138 cm Signed and dated, lower left: 20.3.78 Agus Dermawan T., Elegi Artistik tentang NASHAR dan lukisan - lukisannya, Pg. 260 RP 60.000.000 – 80.000.000 USD 4,510 – 6,020

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GREGORIUS SIDHARTA SOEGIJO

(Yogyakarta, 1932 - 2006) Ayam Jantan, artis proof, 2004

Bronze: 80 x 70 x 25 cm Signed and dated, lower area: G. Sidharta, 2004 RP 70.000.000 – 90.000.000 USD 5,260 – 6,770 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Hendra Gunawan There is no doubt that Hendra Gunawan is one of Indonesia’s greatest pioneers of modern art. Using non-traditional, European visual elements, he nevertheless created works which were Indonesian in feeling and in experience. Though Hendra’s art was, from the very beginning focused towards celebrating common people and their struggle that depicts his deep feeling and irony inspiring perspective of life’s most fundamental issue: freedom and hunger, Hendra also love the land and paint some in his several themes. He used the natural painting such as mountain and beach as background to his main subject. The stylized figures, landscapes features and the decorative approach to color are perhaps influenced by Javanese illustration and design. Hendra’s paintings have formed a modern Indonesian folk art where they can be seen as the illustrations of a new mythology. Like many painters, Balinese traditions have become such a unique and interesting object to paint. From the ancient motifs, the dancers, the boat, the ceremony, people’s daily life and not to forget the Barong dances. The present lot illustrated the Balinese mythological character known as Barong; the mythical animal personifies the king of all Good spirits (Rangda). Tiny figures on the background still shows Hendra distinctive stylized figures of exaggerated profiles, with long necks, protruding noses. The rich color inhabit a breathtakingly beautiful paradise of fertile land, rich seas, majestic mountains, rivers, and spectacular beaches. 075

HENDRA GUNAWAN (Bandung, 1918 – 1983) Barong,1979

Oil on canvas: 145 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hendra 79 Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist RP 1.900.000.000 – 2.800.000.000 USD 142,860 – 210,530

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Irsam Irsam was born in Ketandan, Klaten Central Java in June 24th, 1942. Since childhood he had dreamed to be a painter because he did not want to be like his father, a farming labors. He took his study at the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta (1959 - 1965) and become a lecturer at that school (1965 – 1967). He had held his first exhibition in 1967 in Jakarta. He received an award from the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. In 1980 he also joined in the Contemporary Asian Art Exhibition in Fukuoka Art Museum Japan. His works have specific style. His great fondness in Wayang has given a large contribution in his artworks. He was famous of artist with decorative style with rich colors, patterns of dots and lines and textures. He rarely left an empty space in his paintings. He varied his themes of paintings into; 1) Daily activities, 2) Mythology and 3) Mask. The present lot was one of his daily activities themes. This theme is expressed in paintings with simple compositions. They often depict subjects of human’s activities without showing their time and space. His paintings are so attractive as they are done with decorative style full of ornamental patterns. Decorative style is a style that allows wide range of expression. It almost has no rule. It is possible to paint a human body without minding the real proportion or the anatomy. In principle, the style of decorative art is an effort to present patterns of lines, colors and textures that can express ideas with high ornamental element. Its basic principle of work is repetition of lines, dots, colors or basic shapes till they formed a (sometimes) rhythmic and consistent pattern.

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IRSAM

(Klaten, 1942) Ibu dan Anak Laki, 1993 Mixed media on canvas: 100 x100 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Irsam, 1993 Literature: Mikke Susanto, “Irsam Jejak-Jejak Decorative”, Published PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta 2013, pg. 91 RP 30,000,000 - 40,000,000 USD 2,260 - 3,010 70

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IRSAM

(Klaten, 1942) Gemini, 1990 Oil on canvas: 123 x 144 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Irsam, 1990 RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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(Klaten, 1942) Tiga Gadis, 1998 Oil on canvas: 79 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Irsam, 1998 Literature: Mikke Susanto, “Irsam Jejak-Jejak Decorative”, Published PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta 2013, pg. 70 RP 40,000,000 - 60,000,000 USD 3,010 - 4,510

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MAHYUDDIN S.

(Bukittinggi, Sumatra 1924 - 1993) Landscape, 1976 Oil on canvas: 100 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left : Mahyuddin S.76 RP 60,000,000 - 80,000,000 USD 4,510 - 6,020

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Mahyuddin S. the naturalist painter was born in 1924 in Bukittinggi, Sumatra. Since childhood, he was already very fond of painting and developed his skill and techniques under guidance of notable painters in his born city. In 1948, he held his joint exhibition in Bukittinggi with painters from all over Sumatra. In 1950, he moved to Jakarta for work and continued his study at the Perguruan Tinggi Djurnalistik (Institute of Journalism) until 1955. In 1956, he held a joint exhibition in at Bapenas Building, Jakarta. He worked in Unilever Jakarta from 1957 until 1961 in which he decided to devote his full attention in painting. He continued to hold several painting exhibitions, among the successful one was in 1968 at Hotel Indonesia. In 1969 – 1971, he held exhibition in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. In 1972, he held his exhibition in Bremen, West Germany, Amsterdam Holland, and Vienna, Austria. In 1973, he travelled again to Europe and performed the exhibitions in West Berlin and Frankfurt. In 1974, he held his last exhibition in Singapore again. Mahyuddin is a naturalist painter who conveys quietness, peacefulness and grandeur in his paintings. His works have been in the collection of many important art collections in Indonesia and abroad.


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LEO ELAND

JOHN VAN DER STERREN

(Java, 1884 – 1952) The Big Tree

(Sukabumi, 1938) Landscape on The Way to Kintamani, Bali, 1994

Oil on canvas: 50,5 x 24 cm Signed, lower left: L. Eland

Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren’94 Signed and titled on the reverse

RP 12,000,000 - 18,000,000 USD 900 - 1,350

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YAP HIAN TJAY

(Surakarta, Central Java, 1927) Pegunungan, 1997 Oil on canvas: 86 x 109 Signed and dated, lower left: JHT97 RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,500 - 2,260

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YUNIZAR

(Talawi, West Sumatra, 1971) Wajah Hitam, 2000 Acrylic on canvas: 87 x 108 cm Signed and dated, upper left: Yunizar, 2000 Signed and titled on the reverse RP 130,000,000 - 200,000,000 USD 9,770 - 15,040

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Born in Talawi, Sawahlunto, West Sumatra, 1971. He finished his formal study at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta. Sincae 1994, he actively participated in numerous painting exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad, Southeast Asia Student Festival in Brunei Darussalam and Gajah Gallery, Singapore and Hongkong. He participated in group exhibition with JENDELA Group in Yogyakarta, Bandung and Jakarta. He received award for the 10 best finalists at PMIAA, Indofood Art Awards 2002.


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O.H. SUPONO

(Surabaya, 1937 – Bali, 1991) Jatilan, 1980 Oil on canvas: 140 x 195 cm Signed and dated, lower right: OH, Supono Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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JUMALDI ALFI

(Lintau, West Sumatra, 1973) Abstrak, 1996 Oil on canvas: 115 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Alfi, Yogya, 1996 RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

Born in Lintau, West Sumatra, 1973. He graduated from Fine rt High School and Faculty of Fine Art, Indonesia Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta. In 1998 he was awarded the best painting at Faculty of Fine Art, ISI Yogakarta. He was a member of Jendela Group and had participated in some exhibitions in Yogyakarta in 1997, and the rom the Window at the Bali Padma Hotel, Bali in 1999. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Affandi Affandi was taught at the Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts in Yogyakarta in early 1955. He received a scholarship from the U. S. government to study arts education in 1957, after participating in International exhibitions in Brazil and Italy. He was made an Honorary Professor of Painting by Ohio State University, and in 1974 was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Singapore. He also received the Peace Award from the Dag Hammarskjoeld Foundation in 1977, and the title of Grand Maestro in Florence, Italy. Affandi was passionate about his country and a large proportion of his works concern his feelings about the land and its people. Affandi painted directly on to the object he personally observed which made him wander to every places. His paintings mostly captured scenes of various life, various faces he encounters and various object that interest him. He was particularly fond of Bali and Javanese culture. This can be seen from objects of his paintings which that described Balinese themes such as Kusamba Boat, Fisherman’s Boat, Balinese Dancer, Legong Dancer, Cock Fight and others.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Pantai Kesamba, 1974 Oil on canvas: 99 x 129 cm Signed and dated, lower right: AF,1974 Literature: Popo Iskandar, Affandi “Suatu Jalan baru Dalam Ekspressionisme”, Published by Akademi Jakarta 1977, pg. 47 Provenance: Private collection of Mr. Ajip Rosidi by descent to the present owner RP 1,000,000,000 - 1,200,000,000 USD 75,190 - 90,230

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S. DWI SETYA “ACONG”

(Malang, 1977) Nothingnes (Masonobuscape,1), 2016 Oil on canvas: 180 x 300 cm Signed and dated, lower right: S. Dwi Stya Acong, Yogyakarta, 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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SUDARSO

(Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Seated Lady Oil on canvas: 115 x 78 cm Signed, lower left: Sudarso RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,500 - 2,260 Born in Purwokerto, Central Java, 1914. Affandi was his customer when he was an egg and milk seller. From that time he was interested in painting and learnt under Affandi as well as young painters such as Barli, Wahdi, and Hendra. He became a teacher at the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta. He had participated in numerous exhibitions and active in many painters organizations. Now he lives in Sidoarjo, Surabaya. Solo Exhibition, 1961 to 1969. And he was participated in group exhibition “19 Indonesian Painter” in Singapore and Malaysia, 1967. And Reunion exhibition painter “Angakatan 45 Bandung” in Bandung,1975. Exhibition of Fine Art “Membaca Dunia Widayat” at Museum H.Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang, 2004. 78

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SOETOPO

(Yogyakarta, 1931 - 2016) Pasar Burung, 2013 Oil on canvas: 180 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Soetopo 2013 RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

Born in Yogyakarta, April 13, 1931. He studied painting at The Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts (ASRI) Yogyakarta under Hendra Gunawan, Trubus and Soedarso tutelage. Since 1950, he was actively participated in many exhibitions and handled monumental works for Hotel Indonesia, Ambarukmo Hotel, Satu Maret Monument, Palagan Ambarawa, TMII Historical Monument Relief and Satria Mandala Museum, Jakarta. following the exhibition welcomes the Asian-African Conference in Bandung, 1955. Diversity in Harmony Exhibition in Yogyakarta, Borobudur International Festival Exhibition at the Museum H. Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang, 2002. Exhibition "Footsteps" at the Court of Djoko scream, Yogyakarta, 2003. Art Exhibition "Membaca Dunia Widayat� at Museum H.Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang, 2004.

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Sorting of Wares Oil on canvas: 76 x 61 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl RP 85,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 6,390 - 7,520

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Lucien Frits Ohl was born in Sumatra, Indonesia 1904. He was considered an important pioneer artist in the Dutch East Indies. Ohl was known for his idyllic grandeur of the Indonesian landscapes. Mr. Ohl was also a history professor, and studied art while at university in Paris. He captured the scenes that was always present in the traditional villages of Southeast Asian countries, the ships that often come by for trading purposes, the mountainous landscapes, the harvesting activities, market scenes and many more. His typical palette colors in expressionistic style made his paintings become superb and distinctive. Lucien Frits Ohl was a self-taught artist who lived and worked in Palembang, Jakarta and Yogyakarta. He settled in Hague afterwards and painted in the style of Gerard Pieter Adolfs. He produced illustrations of Indonesia for JC Hamel’s Soldatendominee (Hague 1948) and held many exhibitions in Hague and Netherlands. He died in 1976.


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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Panen Watercolor on paper: 18 x 26 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl RP 8,000,000 - 10,000,000 USD 600 - 750

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Panen Oil on board: 25 x 20 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl RP 8,000,000 - 10,000,000 USD 600 - 750

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PUPUK DARU PURNOMO (Yoyakarta, 1964) Main Kartu, 1999

Oil on canvas: 70 x 90 cm Signed and dated, upper area: Pupuk Dp. Yogya 1999 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 25,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,880 - 2,260

Born in Yogyakarta, June 16, 1964. He graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Design, the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta. He held solo exhibition at Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta (1995). He actively participated in several group exhibitions at Gajah Gallery, Singapore (1997, 2000), Santi Gallery, Jakarta (1998), H. Widayat Museum, Magelang (2001, 2002) and Group exhibition in Yogyakarta (2002). He received award as the finalist of Phillip Morris Art Award (1997).

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Satay Seller Watercolor on paper: 69 x 40 cm Signed, lower left: Mf. Lee RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,500 - 2,260 82

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RUDOLF BONNET

(Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Mannelijk, 1975 Pastel on paper: 71 x 38 cm Signed and dated, lower left: R. Bonnet,Bali, 1975 RP 500,000,000 - 700,000,000 USD 37,590 - 52,630

Born in Amsterdam, 1895. He studied art at the Hendrick de Keijser-school, the Rijksschool voor Kunstnijverheid and the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam. He visited Indonesia in 1936 and stayed in Bali from 1931 – 1941. He helped establish the Museum Puri Lukisan and together with Walter Spies founded the Pita Maha Artist’s Association (1936). His works are amongst the collections of former President Soekarno, the Neka Museum, the Agung Rai Fine Art Gallery, the Rijksmuseum Kroller Muller Otterlo and the Sinerg Museum in Laren. During his existence in “Pita Maha” (the creative center for the modernization of Balinese art before the War), a painter society of young Balinese artists, he had successfully maintained a high artistic level of its member producing work of high quality. Bonnet’s figures are always unique and captivating. He has an extraordinary ability to portray impressive faces in a conventional way. Since the beginning of his career, he had deep interest in describing the farmers in their rural surrounding. His subjects are portrayed in an impressive way and full of compassion. He preferred to present his portraiture as a unit, as a single portrayal of a race.

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Lee Man Fong Lee Man Fong was born in Canton, China, 1913. He arrived at Singapore at young age then later moved to Jakarta. He has shown great artistic talent since young. He participated in the Association’s First Art Exhibition invited by the head of the Dutch East Indies Associations (1931). Lee Man Fong was a successful commercial artist before engaged in full time painting in 1941. His successful exhibitions in Bandung and Jakarta made him a fast growing artist at that time. He received scholarship from the Dutch government to study painting in Holland (1946). In 1952 he returned to Indonesia and gained more credits as well as acknowledgement. He was officially become a presidential palace’s painter and chief curators of its collection in 1961 and compiled a 5 volume edition of President Sukarno’s art collection. He died in 1988 and remembered as a western vigorous painter and an oriental unique oil painting painter. In Lee Man Fong paintings, light is of prime importance and the subjects are consistently bathed in a luminous glow as presented in this lot. The background, unlike the flat, void spaces of Chinese paintings, is likewise illuminated by an almost mysterious glow of white sunlight. Therefore the subjects, reflecting the sun’s radiance, seem also to be lit from the back, creating the effect of “glowing silhouettes”. As to the Chinese philosophy, Gold fish is believed that the fish can bring rich and prosperity.

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Ikan Mas Koki Oil on board: 102 x 49 cm Signed and stamped in chinese character, lower left Provenance: Private collection of prominent collector, Jakarta RP 500,000,000 - 700,000,000 USD 37,590 - 52,630

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WILHEMUS JEAN FREDERIC IMANDT

(St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882 – 1967) Constantinopel Oil on canvas: 80 x 88 cm Signed, lower right: Imandt RP 40,000,000 - 60,000,000 USD 3,010 - 4,510

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NGUYEN TU NGHIEM

(b.1922, Nam Dan, Vietnam) Ancient Dance, 1972

Watercolor on paper : 32 x 44 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Nge 72 RP 70,000,000 - 90,000,000 USD 5,260 - 6,770

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) In The Village, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit.011 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authencity from the artist

Born in Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916. He was a student of the Academy of Arts in Rotterdam before working as lithographer for the Dutch Colonial Army in the Dutch Indies prior to the Second World War. He moved to Bali in 1956 to engage in full time painting and became an Indonesian Citizen, produced as well as taught painting at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). Many of his paintings depict the nature of his surrounding environment. He had several solo exhibitions in Bandung Institute of Technology, The Honolulu East West Center, and the Center of Strategic and International Studies in Jakarta. He received the “Dharma Kusuma� art awards from the local government of Bali.

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EDO PILLU

(Bandung, 1969) Untitled, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 195 x 266 cm RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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ANGKI PURBANDONO

(Semarang, 1971) Old and New

Printed on transparancy paper-zing neon box: 100 x 85 cm RP 40,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 3,010 - 3,760 Born in Yogyakarta on 24 September 1971 Angki Purbandono is an artist that is best known for his bottomless creativity in the art of scannography. As practitioners of such art are still hard to find in the country, Angki is often invited to showcase his works abroad through solo exhibitions., Angki has once been invited by the Fukuoka Arts Museum in Japan and conducted an exhibition in London, England. A graduate of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta, he began creating scannographic artworks in 2005. He has received a scholarship to study at the National Arts Museum in Seoul, South Korea. He acknowledges that the background for his current art is his formal education in photography at Institut Seni Indonesia in Yogyakarta. 88

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HARIS PURNOMO

(Klaten, 1956) Alianted Baby No.10, 2008 Acrylic on canvas: 180 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Haris Purnomo, 2008 RP 280,000,000 - 350,000,000 USD 21,050 - 26,320

Born in Klaten, Central Java, 1956. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) in 1975. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Jakarta and Yogyakarta since 1978. He was one of the members of Pipa Group. He held his solo exhibitions at Nadi Gallery, Jakarta in 2006 and at Gallery Nasional, Jakarta in 2007. He received some awards from the Schoeni Prize at the Hong Kong based Sovereign Art Foundation. Haris Purnomo demonstrates a number of works using baby object of his paintings. He tries to show his deep concerned about the condition of baby which have so borne with suffer. His babies object was drawn with tattoos. One perhaps can feel the illness of tattoo process which depicts the painfulness of the baby body must undergo. With the existence of baby painting full of tattoo, Haris wish to show his concerned to the baby condition and children residing around his surroundings in Indonesia. Not only in Indonesia, he also concerned about babies and children in other countries. Our children are born with burden of the countries account debt while deposit of pesticides and other foreign chemicals in their bodies inherit through the maternal process.

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I Nyoman Masriadi I Nyoman Masriadi was born in Gianyar, on October 28,1973. He graduated from the Indonesian Art Institue (ISI), Yogyakarta. Presently, Nyoman Masriadi is one of the most well received contemporary Indonesian artist in the Art world. He has received various awards for his work, including the Best Painting Award at the Des Natalis Awards in 1997, held by the Yogyakarta Art Institute (ISI). He has participated in several group exhibition such as (2002) “Not Just Political” at H. Widayat Museum, Magelang, “Terumbu Karang” Exhibition and Auction, Jakarta (2000) “Seni Rupa Campur” Exhibition at Beeldende Kunst (CBK), Dordrecth, Netherland, (1999) Biennale VI at Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta, “Knalpot” Exhibition at Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta · Duet Exhibition with I GAK Murniasih at Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (1998), An Exhibition at Rudana Museum, Ubud, Bali.

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I NYOMAN MASRIADI (Gianyar, 1973) Enjoy Life, 2003

Oil on canvas: 150 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Masriadi, 15 Okt 2003 Provenance: Private collection of prominent collector, Jakarta RP 3.000.000.000 – 4.000.000.000 USD 225,560 – 300,750

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I MADE DJIRNA (Ubud, 1957) Menunggu, 1996

Oil on canvas: 100 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Djirna, 1996 RP 22,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,650 - 2,260

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AGUS RIYADI

(Sleman, Yogyakarta, 1979) Playground, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 280 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Riyadi 2017 RP 28,000,000 - 35,000,000 USD 2,110 - 2,630

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CHRIS SUHARSO (Solo, 1931 – 1999) Pasar Ayam, 1973

Oil on canvas: 60 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Chris S.1973 RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000 USD 1,130 - 1,500

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RUDOLF BONNET

(Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Mannelijk Naakt, 1953 Pastel on paper: 53.5 x 36.5 cm Signed and dated, upper right: R. Bonnet, Bali’53 RP 120,000,000 - 180,000,000 USD 9,020 - 13,530

Born in Amsterdam, 1895. He studied art at the Hendrick de Keijser-school, the Rijksschool voor Kunstnijverheid and the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam. He visited Indonesia in 1936 and stayed in Bali from 1931 – 1941. He helped establish the Museum Puri Lukisan and together with Walter Spies founded the Pita Maha Artist’s Association (1936). His works are amongst the collections of former President Soekarno, the Neka Museum, the Agung Rai Fine Art Gallery, the Rijksmuseum Kroller Muller Otterlo and the Sinerg Museum in Laren.

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PUPUK DARU PURNOMO (Yoyakarta, 1964) Ekspresi Temple, 2013

Oil on canvas: 110 x 139 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: Pupuk Dp. Ekspresi Temple, YK. 2013 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: Pupuk’s Melancholy, Pbulished by Jasmine Pentta Raya, Pg. 82 RP 150,000,000 - 200,000,000 USD 11,280 - 15,040

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Akhir Dari Kesabaran, 1997 Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Literature: Nasirun “Ojo Ngono”, Published Yayasan Kembang Jati, Jakarta 2000, pg. 174

Born in Cilacap, October 1, 1965. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta (1987 – 1994). He received awards for the best sketches and paintings from ASRI, selected as one of the five best paintings at Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia (Indonesian Fine Arts Foundation) – Philip Morris Indonesian Art Award, and entered to the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila, the Philippines. He held his solo exhibitions at the Galeri Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian National Gallery) in 2000 and participated in Soul Ties exhibition in Singapore Art Museum.

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Penari Bali, 1989

Oil on canvas: 145 x 144 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 1989 RP 90,000,000 - 120,000,000 USD 6,770 - 9,020

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SUMARDI

(Solo, 1917- 1983) Javanese Woman Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 Signed, lower right: Sumardi RP 8,000,000 - 10,000,000 USD 600 - 750

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SOEDIBIO

(Madiun, 1912 - 1981) Reog, 1972 Oil on canvas: 110 x 85 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soedibio 72 RP 25,000,000 - 35,000,000 USD 1,880 - 2,630

Soedibio was born in Madiun, June 17, 1912. During 1940 he joined the PERSAGI and founded The Young Indonesia Artist (Seniman Muda Indonesia) together with S. Sudjojono, Trisno Soemardjo, D. Suradji and Sunindyo. In 1967 he joined Sanggar Puri Surabaya and become a member of The Surakarta Culture Association (Himpunan Budaya Surakarta) in 1970. During his carier as an artist, Soedibio was very productive and participated in many exhibitions, especially from the 1950s to the 1970s. With support from Dewan Kesenia Jakarta (DKJ, Jakarta Arts Council), his works were shown at Taman Ismail Marzuki art centre in Jakarta in 1976. Soedibio passed away in Surakarta (Solo) on 16 December 1981. He actively performed exhibitions ever since in several city in Indonesia. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Hendra Gunawan Born in Bandung, 1918. He taught at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta in 1957. He took part in founding the Front Seniman (Artists Front) in Bandung, and Pelukis Rakyat (People’s Artists) in Yogyakarta. He also established the art club Pusaka Sunda together with Barli, Obon and some other friends. He is undoubtedly one of the Indonesia’s greatest pioneers of modern art and was considered to be one of the best and most versatile painters in Indonesia. He died in Bali 1983. Hendra Gunawan created paintings conveying his great feelings and deepest emotions for his country and people. He inspired his paintings with sympathy, compassion, and affection about common people. Hendra’s stylistic figures and landscapes are perhaps influenced by his deep knowledge of rich signs and symbols of Javanese culture. Java’s monumental landscapes illustrated in decorative approach of color are also relates to the deeper level of traditional artistic expression in Indonesia. Hendra’s people are never passive victims of their faith; they are always depicted as active subjects. Many of his paintings depict the lives of fish seller, fruit seller, and also chicken seller. The present lot was one of the Hendra’s paintings that described the theme of the common people’s daily life. He explored their activity, capturing them movingly on canvas in his inimitable style. The deepest emotion about the struggle of common people’s life, made Hendra keep presenting people in this landscape painting even in small and tiny form. He used the natural objects such as huge tree, sandy beach and blue sea as background to his main subject, like illustrated in the present lot.

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HENDRA GUNAWAN

(Bandung, 1918 – 1983) Pohon Besar Di Tepi Pantai, 1974 Oil on canvas: 146cm x 90cm Signed, lower left: Hendra Provenance: Mr. Ajip Rosidi, Acquired the painting directly from the artist by descent to the present owner RP 1,500,000,000 - 2,000,000,000 USD 112,780 - 150,380

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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Two Balinese Girl, 1972 Oil on canvas: 35 x 30 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Han Snel RP 100,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 7,520 - 11,280

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Born in Scheveningen, Holland, 1925. He came to Indonesia as a Dutch soldier to fight against the Indonesian people, which after he abandoned his side. He specialized in graphic painting which is very rich in color as well as geometrical abstract. He lived in Bali since 1950 and became an Indonesian citizen.


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SOETOPO

(Yogyakarta, 1931 - 2016) Kerokan, 1990 Oil on canvas: 110 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soetopo, 1990 RP 80,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 6,020 - 7,520

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I MADE DJIRNA (Ubud, 1957) Berkaca Mata, 2000

Oil on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Djirna, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 28,000,000 - 35,000,000 USD 2,110 - 2,630

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CHEN WEN HSI

(Baigong, Caozhu, 1906 – Singapore, 1992) Birds on Bamboo Ink and colour on rice paper: 34 x 44.5 cm Signed in chinese character and the artist seal, upper left RP 90,000,000 - 120,000,000 USD 6,770 - 9,020 Born in Baigong, Caozhu, 1906. He studied art at the Hsin Hwa Art Academy in Shanghai. He became a lecturer at the Nangyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. His paintings were strongly influenced by Chan (Zen) and the unorthodox Qing School of Yangzhou. He actively participated in several exhibitions outside Singapore which also incidentally promote Singapore. He was awarded the Public Service Star from the President Tun Yusof Bin Ishak and received honorary doctorate from the National University of Singapore. He became famous since his oil study on formalism, cubism, and expressive abstraction.

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I GUSTI AGUNG WIRANATA (Kapal, Bali, 1970) Morning Activity, 2012

Oil on canvas: 70 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wiranata, Bali, 2012

I Gusti Agung Wiranata was born in 1970. Graduated from the high school, Wiranata started to paint seriously. The artist inherited the talent from his father I Gusti Agung Anom, His works always inspired by painting of Walter Spies, which makes his style so remarkable. He draws Balinese landscapes like dream in a painting. One of his paintings is exhibited in the permanent collection of the Museum Puri Lukisan Ubud, Bali.

RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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Ardison Ardison was born in Batusangkar, West Sumatra, 4 April 1974. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta. Since 1992 he had actively participated in several group exhibitions in major cities in Indonesia; Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Jakarta and Padang. Besides paintings he also produces sculptors. He received award at the Indofood Art Awards Jakarta, 2003. Since 1999, Ardison starts to paint with realistic representations of object without connecting them to any other ideas. Several of his works also become more rhythmic as he learned about the pattern and textures of woods. Next this phase developed into a figurative one that had more story motifs. His thoughts were stirred towards problems of society as he become interested in social, political and environmental issues around him. His ideas also came from reading the newspaper or watching television. It takes around one or three months to finish a work because he pays a great deal in details which is very complicated and time-consuming. Ardison takes ordinary landscapes through his simple shapes, colors and composition. His characteristic on his works shows aesthetic three-dimensional effect. The present lot Low of The Highlands (Go Green Series) may suggest Ardison’s environmental issues that he sees from a positive viewpoint. The mountain being elevated above the earth and nearer as it were to heaven, to the beginnings of things. Although the mountain is high but it will stay low and humble.

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ARDISON

(West Sumatra, 1974) Low of The Highlands (Go Green Series), 2015 Acrylic on canvas: 190 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ardison, 2015 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 110,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 8,270 - 11,280

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AMRUS NATALSYA (Medan, 1933) Pasar, 2002

Oil on wood: 112 x 151 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Amrus N.20002 RP 30,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 2,260 - 3,760

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JOHN VAN DER STERREN

(Sukabumi, 1938) Landscape Near Ciater, Jawa Barat, 1994

Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren 94 Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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MEN SAGAN

(Yogyakarta, 1948) Pohon Beringin Oil on canvas: 100 x 132 cm Signed, lower left: Men Sagan RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1,500 - 2,260 106

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AWIKI

(Surabaya, 1961) Bunga Matahari, 2002 Oil on canvas: 200 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Awiki, 2002

Born in Surabaya, November 11, 1961 but well known as painter from Banyuwangi. He studied painting under Bani Amora in Genteng then continued his study at Fine Art School Yogyakarta. He also studied to paint from Dullah in Pejeng Gallery and later joined in Kamboja Gallery among with other 17 painters. He used impasto technique and impresinostic style for his work.

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO

(Solo, 1938) Umi, 2001

Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Jeihan 01 Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 80,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 6,020 - 7,520

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DULLAH

(Solo, 1919 – 1996) Boy Oil on canvas: 35 x 31 cm Signed, lower left: Dullah RP 18,000,000 - 25,000,000 USD 1,350 - 1,880 Dullah was born in Solo, 1919. He studied painting under Affandi and Sudjojono but has his own distinctive style of naturalism. He was well known for his landscape and portraits paintings. He was one of the founders of HBS – Surakarta Cultural Community (1950). In 1956, he edited book of former Presiden Soekarno’s Private Collection of Indonesian Art (volume I & II). Since the early days of the independence, Dullah was very close to Soekarno, the first President of the Republic of Indonesia and was appointed by Soekarno to care for the President’s private art collection and as curator of the state painting collections. At age 70, Dullah built his museum, now a cultural landmark, as his dedication to a love of the arts over a creative lifetime. He has had numerous art exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas and in 1988 his work was included in the Art of Bali exhibition held at the East West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Now, his works been kept in Dullah Museum in Solo. He died in 1996. 108

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ABAS ALIBASYAH

LEE MAN FONG

Oil on canvas: 80 x 65 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas 88

Watercolor on paper: 55 x 32 cm Signed, lower left: Mf Lee

RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000 USD 1,130 - 1,500

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(Purwakarta, 1928 - Jakarta, 2016) Relief Figure, 1988

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Seated Lady

Born in Purwakarta, March 1, 1928. studied at the Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia (ASRI, Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts) in Yogyakarta, Central Java, from 1950-1956. He also taught at many schools and universities in Yogyakarta, including ASRI and Universitas Gajah Mada. His works are balanced compositions of color and form. Award: Piagam Anugerah Seni (Indonesia, 1975). Exhibitions: Festival of Indonesia (U.S.A., 1990-1992), center for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1996). Abas became the lecturer of ASRI and later became the principal of the institution ever since. He started painting landscapes and was later attracted to ethnic objects. His works have been granted many awards from the Indonesian government as well as foreign countries such as Cultural Award Scheme from the Australian government (1970), the best work in painting of Biennale Indonesia (1974), the Lempad award from Sanggar Dewata Indonesia (1984) etc. His works was in the collection of former Indonesian President Soekarno as well as many art collectors. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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Popo Iskandar Born in Garut, December 17, 1927. Popo Iskandar started painting in 1944. He graduated from the University of Indonesia and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). Besides as a painter he is also an art observer and writer. In 1980 he received art award from Indonesian Government. He has participated in many exhibitions in Indonesia as well as overseas. Popo’s career started with on-the-spot painting, capturing the concrete life events in the field. Although his early years of painting was influenced by Van Gogh’s style, there was an evidence that he had experimented further with some other styles like cubism, abstract composition, Chinese and Japanese calligraphy and other media or methods like monoprints. We could easily see his tendency to paint certain objects in repetition within the coverage of a single style, relying simply on memory and imagination. The major objects he mostly dealt with were no other than cats, roosters and leopards. These kinds of themes had become Popo’s trademark which he treated in a repetitive and minimalist manner. Popo Iskandar started painting using cats object in the early 1960s which then developed into leopards in early 1980s. Repetitive theme of cats, chickens and leopards probably has become Popo Iskandar’s main contemplation in reflecting the essence of cats, nudity or even mystery of nature. The source of his idea of cats is not the form of the cat, but rather its involvement in various situations and conditions which stimulate his ideas and imaginations. In painting a cat, he feels that he doesn’t only present it physically, but that he tries to express the meaning and the impression of the cat’s appearance for him. So, a cat for him is a totality of inspired understanding, an integrated understanding of music and poetry. Popo’s leopards strongly express smooth line as if the flow of the music. As in cats, leopards figure often shown alone or in groups. Therefore, we often see a leopard’s or cat’s face with many bodies. The moon at the background can be a symbolic shape that was not reflects the actual mean (moon, balloon or sun), but only as a circle of compositor element. The circle often used to give strong impression that surrounds the object mystery or only as the rhyme balancing. But, sometimes it was only like a dot in a sentence, as idea synchronizing.

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Three Leopards and The Moon, 1999 Oil on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 99 Literature: Jim Supangkat, Dr. I. Bambang Sugiharto “Perspektif KaryaKarya Popo Iskandar”, Published by Studio Titian Seni & Griya Seni Popo Iskandar, pg. 241 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist RP 300,000,000 - 400,000,000 USD 22,560 - 30,080

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Ernest Dezentje Ernest Dezentjé, who was born in Jatinegara, Jakarta in 1885, is often associated with the early “Indonesian School” of painting. He was largely a self-taught artist and was a member of the Bataviasche Kunstkring, with whom he exhibited. He performed his solo exhibitions in Jakarta in 1936, 1937, 1938 and 1939. He became an Indonesian citizen after WW II. Known mainly as a romantic naturalistic landscape artist, Dezentjé worked primarily in Indonesia, but also in Sumatra and Batavia. He used impressionist and sometimes divisionistic style, romantic, naturalistic stereotypical of “tropical scenes.” The former Indonesian president Soekarno particularly favored the work of this Mooi Indie artist and gave his paintings as gifts to President Tito of Yugoslavia. Many of Dezentje paintings have become the collection of Pres. Soekarno and illustrated in the multi-volume book publication illustrating paintings from president’s collection.

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: 60 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje Will be included in the future publication of the book “Soekarno Favourite Painters” RP 45,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 3,380 - 3,760

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Mencuci Di Sungai

Oil on board: 22 x 31 cm Signed, lower left: E. Dezentje RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000 USD 1,130 - 1,500

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ERNEST DEZENTJE

(Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: 54 x 66 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje RP 25,000,000 - 35,000,000 USD 1,880 - 2,630

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on board: 22 x 30 cm Signed, lower left: E. Dezentje RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000 USD 750 - 1,130

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ERNEST DEZENTJE

(Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on board: 27 x 33.5 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje RP 8,000,000 - 10,000,000 USD 600 - 750

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TOMMY WONDRA

(Bukittinggi, 1980) Color of Life, 2016

Acrylic on canvas: 180 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Tommy Wondra, 2016 RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 3,010 - 4,510

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PRIYADIE

(West Java, 1943) Burung Garuda, 1999 Oil on canvas : 140 x 198 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Priyadie 99 RP 60,000,000 - 80,000,000 USD 4,510 - 6,020

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NANO WARSONO

(Jepara, Central Java, 1976) Dont Worry...I Will Share Fairly, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: XX8.06.211. NW RP 40,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 3,010 - 3,760

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Nano Warsono was born in Jepara, Central Java on 09 May 1976. He have been working in many different work of art, some kind of art public like Mural and graffiti and two dimentional art work like painting and drawing, and three dimentional art work like sculptures and instalations. Basically I started working of art from comic. Some my art work that he made inspired by my comic book. My art work is about local struggling people who live in the globally world, how to survive and naive, social irony and satire. He was actively in Art Activity, selected art event, exhibition and project in 2008, “HIGHLIGHTS”, Jogja National Museum (Yogyakarta), Art Paris/Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi (2008), ACAF (Asian Contemporary Art fair New York), Art Singapore, Singapore (2008), Sanghai Contemporary Art Fair, China (2008), An Artshow “AGRARIS KOBOI”,Februari 2007, Jogja Galeri Yogyakarta (2007), Vice Versa, Pameran seni rupa, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta (2006), Fundraising exhibition, Art for Care, Via-via Cafe Yogyakarta (2006), Artist Residence, San Francisco&Philadelphia (USA), with Apotik Komik Colaboration with Clarion Alley Mural Project (2003), Exhibition at Jogja Fine Art community, Yogyakarta (2002), Graphic and Sculpture Graftung, “Zero” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta (2001).


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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Happy in The Borobudur Village, 2017 Acrylic on canvas and wood: 133 x 183 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica, 2017 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 2,630 - 3,760

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DADANG RUKMANA

NASIRUN

Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 190 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dang R. 2008 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

Oil on canvas: 91 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: NS. Run. 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

RP 70,000,000 - 80,000,000 USD 5,260 - 6,020

RP 17,000,000 - 20,000,000 USD 1,280 - 1,500

(Bandung, West Java, 1964) M.File Series, 2008

(Cilacap, 1965) Imaji Naga Siluman, 2016

Artist with the painting

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JUSTIAN JAFIN ROCX WIBISONO (Surabaya, 1990) Neo Loroblonyo, 2016

Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Justin Jafin Rocx Wibisono, 21 April 2016 RP 40,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 3,010 - 3,760

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SAFTARI

(Payakumbuh, 1971) Negeri Yang Rawan, 2008 Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 250 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Saftari, 2008 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000 USD 3,760 - 5,260

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EDHI SUNARSO

(Salatiga, 1932) Merindukan Harapan, 1987 Bronze: 17 x 50 x 17 cm Signed and dated, lower area: EDH.S/1987 RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000 USD 2,630 - 3,760

Born in Salatiga, July 2, 1932. He studied at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta and Visva Bharati (Santiniketan Usniversity, India). He received many award as the Second Winner of the International Sculpture Competition in England (1953), the Gold Medal Winner from the government of India (1957), the Art Award from the Indonesian Government (1984) and from the government of Yogyakarta Special Province. He held his first solo exhibition in Calcuta and Santiniketan India in 1957 and active to participate in many exhibitions ever since. He also joined in tour Exhibition to Europe and Japan in 1978. Since 1953, Edhi Sunarso has participated in several group exhibitions in Indonesia, England, Holland, France, Italy and Japan. At the same year, he also won second prize in an International sculpture competition in London, England. The Indian government awarded him a gold medal for best sculpture in 1957. He also received the Anugerah Seni Art Award in 1981 and the Bintang Budaya Parama Dharma in 2003 from the Indonesian government. Since 2000, he has been a member of Asosiasi Pematung Indonesia (API, Indonesian Association of Sculptors). This statue, entitled “Merindukan Harapan” (waiting for hope), depicts how the artist longing for his mother’s affection. Edhi Sunarso personal sculptures express straightforwardly his emotions. They appear in other visual forms and media like wood and metal. They bring various themes such as the struggle for independence, History of Sukarno, Pancasila, social issues and criticism, and also women (portray and anatomy). His ideas are not only realistically but also figuratively and even abstractly realized in his works. His various visual styles indeed have become his characteristics. His personal work always describes the silence, empty, Solitaire and full of hope especially on non-figurative works

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KOEBOE SARAWAN (Malang, 1961)

a. Puncak Keheningan, 2013 Charcoal on paper: 56 x 76 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koeboe, 2013 b. Menuju Keheningan, 2013 Charcoal on paper: 56 x 76 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koeboe, 2013 RP 55,000,000 - 75,000,000 USD 4,140 - 5,640

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144 I MADE WIANTA (Bali, 1949) Calligraphy, 2015 Oil, acrylic on canvas: 120 x 244 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wianta, 2015 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,500 - 2,260

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Woman with Batik Shawl

Oil on canvas: 120 x 80 cm Signed, lower left: Basoeki Abdullah This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity Literature: Agus Dermawan T, Basoeki Abdullah Painter of Kings, Published by PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta, 2016, pg. 107 RP 130,000,000 - 200,000,000 USD 9,770 - 15,040 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - AUCTION

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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Market Scene, 1964

Oil on canvas: 60 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Roedyat, Bali, 1964 RP 80,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 6,020 - 7,520

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Born in Bandung, 1932. He first painting in 1948 and studied at the Bandung Institute of Technology. He performed his solo exhibition in Jakarta (1978) and was included in the East-West Center’s Art of Bali exhibition in Honolulu, Hawaii (1988). His works are unique, rich and colorful that creates a strong rhythm. His works are in private collections of European and the United States.


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LEE MAN FONG & LEE RERN

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Sepasang Burung Kakak Tua Oil on board: 124 x 60 cm Stamped, lower right RP 100,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 7,520 - 11,280

He was born in Canton, China, 1913. He arrived at Singapore at young age then later moved to Jakarta. He has shown great artistic talent since young. He participated in the Association’s First Art Exhibition invited by the head of the Dutch East Indies Associations (1931). Lee Man Fong was a successful commercial artist before engaged in full time painting in 1941. His successful exhibitions in Bandung and Jakarta made him a fast growing artist at that time. He received scholarship from the Dutch government to study painting in Holland (1946). In 1952 he returned to Indonesia and gained more credits as well as acknowledgement. He was officially become a presidential palace’s painter and chief curators of its collection in 1961 and compiled a 5 volume edition of President Sukarno’s art collection. He died in 1988 and remembered as a western vigorous painter and an oriental unique oil painting painter.

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MORI KINSEN

(Yokohama, Japan 1888 - Magelang, 1959) Angon Bebek Oil on canvas: 60 x 95 cm Signed, lower left : M. Kinsen RP 20,000,000 - 25,000,000 USD 1,500 - 1,880

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Happy Family, 1997 Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Paul Husner 97 RP 14,000,000 - 18,000,000 USD 1,050 - 1,350 124

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WAKIDI

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1890 – Padang, West Sumatra, 1979) Landscape Oil on canvas: 67 x 45 cm Signed, lower left: Wakidi RP 25,000,000 - 45,000,000 USD 1,880 - 3,380


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ONG SOO KEAT (Penang, 1941) Sepasang Ikan, 1992

Acrylic on canvas : 88 x 138 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ong Soo Keat 92 RP 75,000,000 - 100,000,000 USD 5,640 - 7,520

Solo Exhibitions 1977 Penang Museum and Art Gallery 1984 Sri Batik Restaurant Art Gallery 1991 The Art Gallery 2011 Sri Mutiara Art Gallery Group Exhibition (Selected) 1993 Second Generation Penang Painters’ Exhibition, Gallery Mar Vista Resort, Penang. 1993 Second Generation Penang Painters’ Exhibition, Penang Arts Center Gallery. 1998 Wild Life, The Art Gallery, Penang. Honors 1975 Tryon Gallery, London Group Exhibition Painting of Endangered Species. 1979 Malaysian Postal Stamps Design - National Animal Series (8 Stamps) 1987 Malaysian Postal Stamps Design - Protected Wildlife Third Series (Wild Cats & Clouded Leopard) 1988 Malaysian Postal Stamps Design - The Protected Passerine Birds 1990 Malaysian Postal Stamps Design - Marine Life – 3rd Series (4 Turtle Stamps) 1993 Malaysian Postal Stamps Design – Kingfishers of Malaysia (4 Stamps) Award 1987 Stamp Design “The Clouded Leopard” won 1987 Best Stamp Design Award.

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Agapetus Agus Kristiandana Agapetus born in Yogyakarta, 1968. He graduated from the Indonesian Institute of Arts Yogyakarta (1994) and continued to get his master of Commerce degree from Wollongong NSW (1995). Agapetus Enjoys presenting levels of narrative that are often unexpected and have tendency toward surrealism. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad, among other in Edwin Gallery Jakarta (2002), exhibition at MHC Gallery, Canada, New Jersey, Virginia, New York (2002), Galery Semarang (2005) Art Singapore (2008). Agapetus like to portray animals in fanstastical forms. His favorite subject are cows and pigs. The theme of his works though humorous in appearance, is often linked to the human conditions such as alienation, conflict, and lack of connectivity.

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AGAPETUS AGUS KRISTIANDANA

(Yogyakarta, 1968) Baik Boeroek Tanah Airkoe Joea (Good or Bad, It Is My Country), AP.2, 2008 Aluminium: 108 x 105 x 44 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Petoes. 08. AP.2 RP 650,000,000 - 850,000,000 USD 48,870 - 63,910

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Anton Huang Anton Kustia Widjaja (Anton Hwang) (1935-1984; Bandung, West Java), better known as Anton H, studied under artists Kartono Yudokusumo (1924-1957) and Barli Sasmitawinata (born in 1921) in Bandung, West Java. In 1969 he moved to Bali where he developed strong contacts with Western artists on the island. Anton’s decorative works are rich in colour and design. His figures of Balinese dancers in particular are stylized into patters which emphasize their dynamic movements. Exhibitions: Lyngby Kunstforening (Copenhagen, Denmark, 1975), Holstebro Kunstmuseum (Denmark, 1975), Gallerie im Western (Stuttgart, Germany, 1977), Galerie Inart (Amsterdam, Holland, 1977), Eas-West Center (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1988), Festival of Indonesia (U.S.A., 1990-1992), Singapore Art Museum (1994), Centre For Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1996), Indonesia-Japan Friendship Festival (Morioka, Tokyo, 1997). In 1969, he moved to Bali where he strongly in contact with European artists that develop his painting. His paintings sometimes look like mosaic and featuring Balinese arts. He had produced painting using themes of landscape and figures. Most of his paintings revealed Balinese culture. His decorative quality was greatly influenced from his teacher, Kartono Yudhokusumo. 153

ANTON HUANG

(Bandung, 1935 – 1985) Dua Penari, 1974 Oil on canvas: 66 x 54 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Anton H. Ubud 74 RP 250,000,000 - 300,000,000 USD 18,800 - 22,560

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Srihadi Soedarsono Srihadi is an artist with a deep cultural background. His integrity as a creative artist was formed through his formal education as well as through his life experiences. There are two important aspects in Srihadi’s paintings: first, the artistic value of color composition, and second, the philosophical value that reflects the meaning of life, cultural, and social value. Some of his figurative paintings, especially the dancers, look deceptively similar, and that the figures have become stereotypes, but one should try to appreciate and study the details and minimal variations. Srihadi pays particular attention to the characteristic of the dancer and the artistic form of the dance. Every dance has its language or vocabulary of movement and type of costume, all of which imbued with philosophical meaning. The dancing figures in Srihadi’s painting were characterized with the use of other elements such as mask, fan, mirror, offerings or flowers. In the present lot the figure was posing in elegant style holding a fan in front of her chest. The way she looked directed us to a stage of waiting for something or perhaps just a symbolical meaning of her own self contemplation.

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO (Solo, 1931) Dance With Fan, 1990

Oil on canvas: 130 x 100 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi S.1990 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: Jean Couteau, Srihadi Soedarsono, The Path of Soul, Published by Lontar Foundation, Jakarta, 2003, pg. 146 RP 900,000,000 - 1,000,000,000 USD 67,670 - 75,190

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M. IRFAN

(Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972) Down to Earth, 2013 Acrylic on canvas: 235 x 155 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Irfan, 2013 Signed, dated, and titled on the reverse RP 100.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 7,520 - 11,280

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M. Irfan was born in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972. M. Irfan is included in 51 members of the young artists from West Sumatra that recently held a group exhibition under the theme of Panorama. His works illustrate beautiful landscape and seascape that captivate his interest in choosing theme of his painting.


Index Of Artist Abas Alibasyah

126

I Made Wiranata

144

Pupuk Daru Purnomo

93, 108

Abdul Aziz

35

I Nyoman Masriadi

103

Putu Sutawijaya

60

Affandi

31, 86

Ibrahim

21

R. Hadi

57

Agapetus Agus Kristiandana 39, 152

Irsam

76, 77, 78

Ries Mulder

72

Agus Djaya

71

Ivan Sagita

70

Roedyat Martadiredja

5, 146

Agus Riyadi

29, 105

Jeihan Sukmantoro

25, 36, 62, 124

Rudolf Bonnet

95, 107

Ahmad Sadali

15

John Vander Sterren

84, 121

S. Toyo

32, 46

Alit Sembodo

64

Josephine Linggar

66

S. Dwi Setya Acong

087

Amrus Natalsya

120

Jumaldi Alfi

85

Saftari

141

Angki Purbandono

101

Justian Jafin Roxc Wibisono

140

Salim / Saraochim Salim

49

Anton Huang

153

Kaboel Suadi

51

Soedibio

112

Ardison

26, 119

Kartika Affandi

34

Soetopo

89, 115

Arie Smit

3, 55, 99

Koeboe Sarawan

143

Sudarisman

56

Awiki

123

Lee Man Fong

63, 94, 96, 127

Sudarso

88

Basoeki Abdullah

145

Lee Man Fong and Lee Rern 147

Sumardi

111

Carel Lodewijk Dake, Jr

10

Leo Eland

54, 80

Srihadi Soedarsono

154

Chen Wen Hsi

117

Lim Wasim

45

Tatang Ganar

41

Chris Suharso

30, 106

Lu Hao

38

Teguh Ostenrik

13

Dadang Rukmana

138

Lucien Frits Ohl

90, 91, 92

Tommy Wondra

134

Dede Eri Supria

24

M. Irfan

14, 155

Wakidi

150

Dewa Putu Mokoh

43

Mahyuddin S.

79

Widayat

12

Dullah

125

Men Sagan

122

W J Frederic Imandt

97

Edhi Sunarso

61, 142

Mori Kinsen

148

Willem Dooijewaard

69

Edo Pillu

100

Nano Warsono

136

Willem Gerard Hofker

4

Erica Hestu Wahyuni

22, 28, 137

Nashar

50, 73, 27, 109, 139

Willem Van Der Does

6, 7, 8

Ernest Dezentje

129, 130, 131,

Nasjah Djamin

9

Win Dwi Laksono

40, 44

132, 133

Nguyen Tu Nghiem

98

Yap Hian Tjay

82

Frederik Kasenda

11

Nyoman Erawan

48

Yunizar

20, 83

Gerard Pieter Adolfs

16, 17, 18, 19

Nyoman Gunarsa

42, 65, 110

Zhang Da Zhong

67

Giordano Giovanetti

59

O.H Supono

84

Gregorius Sidharta Soegijo

74

Ong Soo Keat

151

Gusti Agung Kepakisan

2

Otto Djaya

37, 58

Han Snel

52, 68, 114

Pande Ketut Taman

23

Haris Purnomo

102

Pardoli Fadli

1

Hendra Gunawan

75, 113

Paul Husner

33, 149

I Gusti Agung Wiranata

53, 118

Popo Iskandar

47, 128

I Made Djirna

104, 116

Priyadie

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