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Singapore, 14 April 2018

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Southeast Asian, Chinese,Modern & Contemporary Art

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SAT, 14 APRIL 2018 6.30 pm - FINISH

Ballroom level 2 (mezzanine Floor)

11 am - 4 pm

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Southeast Asian, Chinese, Modern & Contemporary Art

STRAITS CHINESE PORCELAIN AUCTION SINGAPORE Auction Date: Time: Venue:

Saturday, 14 April 2018 16.00 – 18.00 Sheraton Towers Singapore Ballroom Level (mezzanine floor) 39 Scotts Road Singapore 228230

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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 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 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.

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BIDDING INCREMENTS

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TELEPHONE BIDS

*”With date…” In Masterpiece’s qualified opinion the date on the item was not executed on that date.

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SUCCESSFUL BIDS

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ESTIMATES

Estimates are based upon prices recently paid at auction for comparable property, condition, rarity, quality and provenance. Estimated 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.

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The reserve is the confidential minimum price the consignor will accept. The reserve will not normally exceed the low estimate.

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(ii) By Way of banker’s draft or Cashier’s Orders made payable to “Global Auction Pte Ltd” 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. Export, import Restrictions. Property comprised in a Lot may be subject to laws governing export out of Singapore and import restrictions in foreign countries. It is responsibility of the Buyer to comply with all export and import regul;ations imposed by the relevant authorities. 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 $10 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. 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 such Lots. Subsequently, risk of such Lots will transfer to the respective Buyers.

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CAREL LODEWIJK DAKE, JR (Schaerbeek, 1886 – Jakarta, 1946) Landscape Oil on board: 51 x 82 cm Signed, lower left: CL. Dake SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Street Vendor under the Flamboyant Tree Oil on board: 50 x 70 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl SGD 4,500 - 6,000 USD 3,420 - 4,560


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PARDOLI FADLI (Cilacap, 1971) Panen Raya, 2015

Oil on canvas: 83 x 147 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Pardoli.015 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280 Born in Cilacap, Central Java, July 4, 1971. He held his solo exhibition in Maestro Inn, Perth, Australia (1997), Harvey’s Gallery, Perth, Australia (1998), and City Hotel Melbourne, Australia (2003). He chose to be independent in expressing his feeling and thought while producing and creating his work. Pardoli is famous in producing painting using woman as his object. For him, women have uniqueness of beauty, ugliness, sincerity, passion as well as strong and weak character. Beside dancers, he also produced panting with object he personally observed such as monumental series of temple (Borobudur and prambanan) and mountainous landscapes and harvest series. His choices of works become his manifest towards his life and art. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Girl Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm Signed, lower right: L Frits Ohl SGD 4,500 - 6,000 USD 3,420 - 4,560

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Wanita Memintal Benang III Watercolor on paper: 47 x 35 cm Signed, lower left: MF. Lee SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Asian Woman

Oil on canvas: 67 x 57 cm Signed, lower left Signature : Basoeki Abdullah Will be included in the future publication of the book “Soekarno Favourite Painters” SGD 7,000 - 9,000 USD 5,320 - 6,840

Born in Solo, January 27, 1915, he is the second son of Abdullah Soerjosoebroto, a prominent landscape painter. He studied at the Academia van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, the Netherlands. His work includes painting of the Queen of Netherlands, King of Thailand, President of Philippines, Sultan of Brunei and many other important figures. He is best known as a portrait painter as well as landscapes, fauna, flora and other themes. His works have been exhibited in various European countries, South East Asia and Indonesia. Basoeki Abdullah is one of the most prominent Indonesian maestros in portrait paintings. The late artist was well-known for his realistic paintings. Besides painting of natural beauty and sensuous landscape, he is also noted for his portraits of beautiful women, as well as paintings of scenes from legends that are also tempered with the same lyrical and overly sensual treatment. His great fond of paintings women’s figure perhaps derived from his great interest in exploring the beauty of women that is attractive to paint in any way. The artist gain the public recognition after winning a painting competition held in conjunction with the Netherland’s Queen Juliana ascension to throne on 6 September 1948. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Arie Smit 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. Arie Smit’s paintings have been characterized as “Poems of Color”. Many of his paintings of Bali are indeed celebrations, in color, of the artist’s joy of life. Stylized flowers in the foreground give a sense of panoramic depth to the spreading hills and cloudy sky in the distant background.

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916 – Bali, 2016) Bunga Tumbuh di Bukit Acrylic on canvas: 39 x 47 cm Signed, lower right: Arie Smit Provenance: Prominent Collector, Jakarta SGD 20,000 - 30,000 USD 15,200 - 22,800

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ANAK AGUNG GEDE SOBRAT

(Gianyar, Bali, 1909 – Denpasar, Bali 1992) Activities in the Ricefield Oil on canvas: 58 x 38 cm This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Museum Puri Lukisan SGD 8,500 - 10,000 USD 6,460 - 7,600 16

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He was born in Padangtegal, Gianyar, Bali, 1909. He learnt painting from Walter Spies and later under Rudolf Bonnet. Sobrat’s paintings generally mark the beginning of modernization of Balinese Art. He was a lecturer at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta specialized in Balinese paintings (1957 – 1959). His works are amongst the collection of: Painting Museum, (Ubud), Bali Art Center (Denpasar), Sono Budoyo Museum (Yogyakarta), Tropen Museum (Amsterdam) and Rijksmuseum Voor Volkenkunde (Leiden). He received the Wijaya Kusuma Cultural Award from the Regional Government of Gianyar and the Dharma Kusuma Cultural Award from the Provincial Government of Bali. He passed away in Denpasar on 30 September 1992.


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KOEMPOEL SUJATNO (Ngawi, 1912 – Batu, 1987) Kecak Dance

Oil on canvas: 100 x 160 cm Signed, lower left: Kompol SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,900 - 2,660

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CHIA KONG CHUI 谢江水

(b. Singapore, 1945) Mosque, 2005

Watercolour on paper: 56 x 74 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Chui ‘05 SGD 1,000 - 2,000 USD 760 - 1,520 谢江水 , 现任新加坡水彩画会会长、新加坡艺术 总会理事。2008 应邀马来西亚全国水彩画比赛评 审;2000 应邀马来西亚水彩画会、 马来西亚美术 协会、 马来西亚美专校友会联会主办讲座。

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WILHEMUS JEAN FREDERIC IMANDT (St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882 – 1967) Three Composition Oil on canvas: 80 x 60 cm Signed, lower right: Imandt SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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LEO ELAND

(Java, 1884 – 1952) Mountain Oil on canvas: 50.5 x 70 cm Signed, lower left: L. Eland SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280

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ABDULLAH SURIOSUBROTO

(Semarang, Central Java, 1978 - 1941) Landscape Oil on canvas: 45 x 95 cm Signed, lower left: Abdullah SGD 4,500 - 6,000 USD 3,420 - 4,560


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TENG NEE CHEONG 邓尔昌 (Singapore, 1951-2013) White Lilies

Oil on canvas: 99.5 X 60.5 cm Stamped with artist seal, lower right SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 11,400 - 15,200

Teng Nee Cheong was born in Singapore, 1951, Nee Cheong obtained his art education and graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore (1968). He has held 4 solo exhibitions in his life time, “Those the Gods Love Grow Mightier”, Singapore (2010); “Once Where Celestial Gods Frolicked”, Jakarta, Indonesia (1998); “Crescent Over the Equator”, Singapore (1992) and lastly, “Art in Action”, Singapore (1980) and took part in numerous group exhibitions locally as well as internationally, such as “Flora Fauna” (1982); “Artists Contemporains des Singapour”, Paris, France (1987); “Singapore Artists Exhibition”, Hong Kong, China (1988); “ASEAN Travelling Exhibitions”, ASEAN Countries (1989); “20 Singapore Artists Exhibition”, USA (1991); “Erotica”, Bali, Indonesia (2005); “Commemorating A Decade: 1997-2007” (2008); “Plunder & Play · Art is a Lie” (2011-2012) and “The Purest Song of Praise” (2013). MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Theo Meier Born in 1908 in Basle Switzerland, He studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel and Academies of Art in Berlin and Dresden. In 1936 he settled in Bali for 20 years then moved to Thailand in 1961. His works have been the collection of former President Soekarno, the Museum Neka in Bali, the Agung Rai Fine Arts Gallery in Bali, and the Kunstmuseum in Basel, Switzerland. Meier, like the city in which he grew up, was fortunate to avoid the hardships of war which quickly overtook much of Europe. Following in his father’s footsteps, he underwent a commercial apprenticeship. At the same time, he attended the Basle School of Art, and enjoyed late night discussions with the local painters, an experience which proved fertile to the young painter. From Switzerland to the South Pacific, from Bali to Thailand, Theo Meier’s life was as varied and exotic as his artistic output, his character as colourful as the oils with which he painted. Theo Meier’s paintings have achieved worldwide recognition for their technical excellence, and artistic integrity. He concerned very closely in Balinese people and tradition. He loved painting the Balinese women, who in contrast to the Polynesian women “were only too happy to undress”. Nudes were his most favorite subjects, although landscapes and flowers also deeply inspired him. In Bali, Theo Meier found what was his dream after all these formative years: Returning to simplicity, purity, and nature - having “Rousseau” in the back of his head. Besides, the ritual songs and dances of Bali inspired him to even further heights.

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THEO MEIER

(Switzerland, 1908 - 1982) Potrait of Made Pegi, 1957 Oil on canvas: 70 x 60 cm Sigend and dated, upper right: Theo Meier57 SGD 26,000 - 35,000 USD 19,760 - 26,600 The Collector’s with the painting

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ARIFIEN NEIF

(Surabaya, 1955) Happy Family, 2007 Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Neif, 2007 Signed, titled and dated again on the reverse SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400

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Born in Surabaya, 1955. He was a self taught artist. He was well known for his slightly naïve style with stylistic figures. Initially he worked as a mason, but due to his artistic talents, he help on the interior design of the building for his friend and not for long he decided to engage in full time painting in 1980. He held his solo exhibition at Bin House, Jakarta (1989), the Lorin & Kristy Art Gallery, Singapore (1995). He has participated in various group and solo exhibitions since 1989 including Tresor International Fine Art Exhibition in Singapore (1993 & 1994), Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia/ Bradbury International fine art exhibition in Jakarta (1994) and Gallery Santi (1995 – 1997).


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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Two Dancers, 1997

Oil on canvas: 95 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 97 SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400

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OTTO DJAYA

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Legong, 1993 Oil on canvas: 140 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1993 Signed and titled on the reverse SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,140 - 1,520

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Agung Mangu Putra Mangu Putra was born in Sangeh, Bali, on May 11, 1963. He graduated from the faculty of Art and Design at the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta majoring Visual Communication Design (1990). His first exhibition was in Dewata Gallery (1987) at Taman Budaya Denpasar. Being a designer did not satisfy him as an artist then he decided to engage in full time painting in 1998. Since his first solo exhibition in Ubud (1990) his name was considered as valuable painter in Indonesia. He held his solo exhibition at National Gallery, “Teater Rakyat”, Jakarta, 2010; “Silent Word”, Gajah Gallery, Singapore (2008), Mandala, Bidadari, Ubud-Bali (2007), “Belief, Rupa Gallery”, Surabaya (2005),etc. He also joined in several group exhibitions in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Bali and other country. He received awards as the Best in Design Arts (during the 4th and 6th anniversary of ISI, as the finalist of Philip Morris Award in 1994 and Indofood Art Award 2002, Second Place, Jakarta. It is not surprising then that some of Mangu Putra’s works criticize human activities that damage the world. Mangu uses strong lines, shapes and colors in mature and harmonious ways. His vision of nature is “polluted” by civilization. His works criticize human activities that have deteriorated the natural world. His series on exploitation focuses on the slaughter of animals and criticize environmental issues. Natural objects are shown as if through sophisticated technological imagery, so that they appear artificial, attractive, provocative, and even fantastic. The awareness of painting as an artificial construct pushed the artist to search for a deeper meaning, for something more substantial behind the glamorous surface. With all the artificial qualities, Putra’s creations often support symbolic meanings, which are concentrated in the form of “content” or “context.” Some of his works have messages that describe environmental problems such as the exploitation of nature, pollution, the killing of animals, and global warming.

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AGUNG MANGU PUTRA (Sangeh, Bali, 1963) Abstraksi Ikan, 2001

Mixed media on canvas: 140 x 150 cm Signed and dated, upper left: Mangu Putra, 2001 Signed and titled on the reverse SGD 25,000 - 35,000 USD 19,000 - 26,600

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SUZLEE IBRAHIM

(b. Terengganu, 1967) Moonlight Series-Remembering Pangkor, 2012 Acrylic and oil on canvas: 91 x 91 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Suzlee Ibrahim 2012 SGD 5,000 - 8,000 USD 3,800 - 6,080 "Suzlee Ibrahim is one of the nation’s most recognised abstract expressionism artists. He has been in the art world for more than 26 years. After graduating from University Technology Mara (UITM), he worked in advertising and publishing companies for a few years before returning to become a university lecturer. Suzlee is known for his series like Movement, Belantara, Space, Foundation, Ombak , inspired by the sound and crashing waves, Batik, Root, Sakura, Wall, Melody, inspired by music, Monsoon, which is full of coldness, Sahara ,which is fiery & restless and Meditation Series.Sakura Festival No. XII is one of many series Suzlee inspired based on his travel. “ For me, moving from one place to another gives me new ideas, When I went to Tokyo, I produces the Sakura Series, and when I visited the Great Wall, I produced the Wall series”, Suzlee said. Suzlee has held 23 solo exhibitions in more than 20 countries such as United Kingdom, Germany, USA, France, Japan and many more. In recognition of his talents, Suzlee has been awarded then Recognition of Outstanding Creative Excellence, Tokok Seni: Anugerah Citra Kencana, University Kebangsaan Malaysia ,2011, and Excellent Masters Award, Unversiti Teknologi Mara in 2013. Among the collectors of his artworks from the previous series are National Art Gallery,Movement Series, Highgrove, 2001, Central Bank of Malaysia ,Movement Series, Tulip 1, 2004, Remise Academy, Brande, Denmark ,Spirit of The Wind, 2002, The City Gallery Leicester, England, Between The Lines and Blue Sea ,2005 from the last of Movement Series is the collection of His Majesty The Yang Di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin."

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Abstrak, 1980 Oil on canvas: 100 x 144 cm Signed and dated, lower right : 13.3.80 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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JASON MONTINOLA (b. 1979, Manila, Philippines) And Love Said No

Oil on canvas: 152 x 152 cm Signed and dated, lower right: MONTINOLA 2009 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Tala Gallery

Jason Montinola born in Manila, Philippines, 1979, produces images that reintroduce tradition with otherworldly imagery. He received his Bachelor of Science in Art Education from the Technological University of the Philippines in 2003. He is interested in the various states of revelation and concealment, inspired by classical European portraiture and Surrealist hallucination. A number of solo exhibition have been performed such as Infamous at Artesan Gallery + Studio, Singapore, in December 2013; Theatre of Absurdities at OUR Art Projects MIA Art Centre in Kulala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2013; Sinister at; West Gallery, 2012; Here Lies the Painter at West Gallery, 2011 and The Black Carnival at the Big and Small Art Gallery, 2010. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions among others are at Yuchengco Museum, Philippines (2014); Last Rites Gallery, New York City, USA (2012); Distinction Gallery, Escondido, California, USA (2012).

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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) 2 Macan dan Matahari, 1996 Oil on canvas: 95 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Popo96 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Museum SGD 20,000 - 30,000 USD 15,200 - 22,800

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CHEN WEN HSI 陳文希

(Baigong, Caozhu, 1906 – Singapore, 1992) Sparrows in Bamboo watercolour on rice paper: 33,5 x 44 cm Signed and sealed in chinese character, lower right SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320 He is noted for his works in Chinese ink and for influencing the early Chinese artists in Singapore as an art educationist. Chen enrolled in the Shanghai College of Art in 1928 but transferred to Xinhua College of Art with half his classmates a year later. It was at Xinhua that he became acquainted with Chen Jen Hao, Chen Chong Swee and Liu Kang - all of whom were to become pioneer artists and art educationists of Singapore. After lecturing in the South China College, Shantou, China between 1946 to 1947, Wen Hsi settled in Singapore in 1948 and taught in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts between 1951 to 1959 and later became an art teacher of Singapore Chinese High School. He held 38 one-man exhibitions between 1923 to 1993, in both local and international locations including Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, London and Beijing.

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025 TENG NEE CHEONG 邓尔昌 (Singapore, 1951-2013) Pond With Lotus and Koi Fish Watercolor on paper: @ 60 x 49.5 cm Sealed and signed, lower right and top left SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400 Born 1951 in Singapore. Teng Nee Cheong studied at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. Teng NeeCheong studied at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. He is inspired by the secessionist paintings of Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918). Teng's works are bold in color and composition but have gentle, lyrical themes. He creates endless combinations with a few motifs, especially flowers, textile patterns, and unique positions of figures. He has a strong sense of design and very unique use color. Awards: Ministry of Culture special award (Singapore, 1978), Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association creative award (Singapore, 1982), Singapore Art Society Tan Tze Chor Art Award (1991), Phillip Morris Group (ASEAN, 1993, 1995, 1996). Collections: National Museum Art Gallery (Singapore), Shenn's Fine Art Gallery (Singapore). Exhibitions: National Museum Art Gallery (Singapore, 1980, 1984, 1991), Le Grand Palais (Paris, France, 1987), Hongkong Arts Centre (1998), New York Art Expo (U.S.A., 1989), ASEAN Traveling Exhibitions (1989), Tropenmuseum (Amsterdam, Holland, 1998), Shenn's Fine Art Gallery (Singapore, 1992) Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1996). His works was exhibited in Holland, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Paris, Singapore and United States. He was given the Ministry of Culture Special Award (1978), Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Alumni Association Creative Award (1982), Singapore Art Society Tan Tze Chor Art Award (1991) and Phillip Morris Group (ASEAN, 1993/95/96). His works are among the collections of the National Museum Art Gallery ( Singapore), Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( Singapore) and Neka Museum (Bali). MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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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 showed great artistic talent from a young age. 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 becoming a full time artist 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 accolades as well as acknowledgement. Lee Man Fong officially became the 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. During 1952, Lee quietly developed his art, which focused on thorough observation of life and nature around him. Lee tried to translate the aesthetic and style of Chinese brush painting into oil on canvas. Considering the differences in texture and consistency between ink and oil, Lee tried to direct the effect of an ink brush with his strokes, which is not a simple act. A large part of these works featured animals, such as the chicken, doves, goldfish, storks, and gibbons. Doves has become Lee Man Fong’s beloved and sought after works in spite of Goldfishes and other animals such as horses, cockatoos, tigers and dogs. Lee Man Fong’s paintings of Doves are especially noteworthy. Since some forty years ago, his animal themes had made a far reaching accomplishment and recently have been eagerly sought after in Europe and America. A testimony to his mastery of technique and realization of theme, this painting depicts the world of the doves as peaceful and calm, but at the same time dynamic. The doves in pairs symbolize a good match, which may be further extended to mean “peaceful coexistence.”

026 LEE MAN FONG (Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Doves Oil on board: 60 x 80 cm Signed and stamped in chinese, lower right Provenance: Prominent Collector, Jakarta SGD 60,000 - 80,000 USD 45,600 - 60,800

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LOW PUAY HUA 刘培和 (b. Singapore, 1945) Old Singapore Scene

Watercolor on paper: 27 x 37 cm Signed in chinese and english, lower Left SGD 1,000 - 2,000 USD 760 - 1,520

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SHI XIANG TUO 施香沱

(b. Fujian, China, 1906- d. 1990) Calligraphy, 1970

Chinese ink on rice paper: 121 x 30 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower left in Chinese characters SGD 1,500 - 3,000 USD 1,140 - 2,280 Shi Xiang Tuo (See Hiang Tuo) arrived in Singapore in January 1938. He was an Advisor to Molan Art Association, Singapore, Singapore Youth Association and Siaw-tao Chinese Seal-carving Calligraphy & Painting Society, Singapore. He has dutied as the President, Society of Chinese Artists for two terms, Honorary Advisor, Amalgamated Association of Chinese Schools, Advisor to working committee of the All-school Chinese Calligraphy Competition organised by the Life Art Society, Assistant leader of the “Art Mission To China”, Society of Chinese Artists, and an Honorary Executive Member, Korea Seal-Engraving Society. The artist has his solo exhibition in a few different countries, including his One-man show on “Chinese Painting, Calligraphy and Seal-engraving” at Singapore and Japan, Art exhibition, “The Works Left Behind by our Master - Shi Xiangtuo and Shi’s Contribution to the Art Scene of Malaysia” organised by Nanyang Siang Pao and the NAFA Alumni in Malaysia and more. As for group exhibition, he has participated - Modern Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition, Jakarta, Indonesia in 1976; 2nd International Calligraphy Exhibition, National Day Art Exhibition and Singapore-Japan Calligraphy Painting Exhibition at National Museum Art Gallery, Singapore in 1981 and more since 1940. His artworks has been collected by Singapore Art Museum as well as private collectors and organizations in Singapore and overseas.

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NAI SWEE LENG 赖瑞龙 (b. Singapore 1946) Scarecrow, 1982

Chinese ink and color on rice paper: 134.5 x 66.5 cm Signed and stamped: stamped on top left, center left and lower right, Signed center left SGD 3,400 - 4,000 USD 2,580 - 3,040 34

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Born in 1946 to the beautiful garden city of Singapore, Swee Leng (赖瑞龙) has been passionate about painting since his childhood days. He has not only learnt Chinese brushworks with respectable masters, including Master of Lingdong style the late Mr Fan Chang Qian and Master of Lingnan style the late Professor Chao Shao-An in Hong Kong, but also graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Western fine arts. Over time, these rich and concrete foundations helped in shaping Swee Leng’s unique art style, one that also maintain the essence of Chinese traditional brushwork. He is most widely known for his Chinese ink paintings of Nanyang themes, such as coconuts trees, bamboos, tropical birds (myna, swallows, sparrows etc), fowls (roosters, goose etc) and flowers (plum blossoms, orchids, lotus etc). Swee Leng paints with intriguing free-hand brush strokes on tranquil and meaningful compositions. The tasteful depth, strength and simple grace embodies the traditional authenticity in Swee Leng’s artworks, which is highly commended by many around the world.


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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 SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,560 - 6,080 Born in Semarang, 1899. He once lived in Surabaya and made many paintings about the city. He traveled to many countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa, like Japan, Rome and Arab. He decided to spend the rest of his time in Holland until he died in Den Bosch, the Netherlands, in 1968.

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Heri Dono Born in Jakarta, June 12, 1960. He studied at the Indonesian Art Institute (Institut Seni Indonesia) in Yogyakarta, where he won the Prize for the Best Painting in 1981 as well as in 1985. He presented his work worldwide in a great number of solo and group exhibitions. He is mainly active as an installation artist, and works with materials that come from varying places in the world. In his work, known influences can be noticed, like the life of the ordinary man, wayang kulit, becak driver and tau tau sculptures of the Toraja in Sulawesi. Heru Dono, who lives and works in Yogyakarta, mixes humoristic comments in his work on political and social problems in Indonesia. In 1998, he won a Prince Claus Award.

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HERI DONO

(Jakarta, 1960) Two Clown Head with Angels, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Heri Dono, 2011 SGD 30,000 - 40,000 USD 22,800 - 30,400

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IBNU NURWANTO (Yogyakarta, 1957) Wine and Woman, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 67 cm Titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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UMI DAHLAN

(Cirebon, 1942 – Bandung, 2009) The Mystery of The Antique Coins on Copper Red, 1994 Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Umi D.94 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560

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AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Bidang Merah, 1976 Oil on canvas: 34.5 x 44.5 cm Signed, lower right: Sadali Signed, titled, dated, on the reverse Provenance: Anonymous Sale, Sotheby’s October 12, 2003

He graduated from the Department of Art, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1953, where he later taught, becoming a Professor in the Art Department in 1972. He received a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to study at Iowa State University and the New York Art Student's League in USA 1956-1957. He also studied in The Netherlands and Australia in 1977, a Pakistan in 1980. He held his solo exhibition in Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung and Yogyakarta. He also has participated in several group exhibitions such as in Indonesia, China, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, India, Vietnam, USA, Switzerland, UK, France, Brazil and Saudi Arabia. He received some Awards including the Anugerah Seni Art Award from the Indonesian Government in 1972 and awards from the Jakarta Arts Council at the Indonesian Painting Biennials in 1974 and 1978.

SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600

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S. Sudjojono Born in Kisaran, Sumatra, 1914. He first studied painting under the artist Pringadi, and later from Jasaki, a Japanese painter. In 1937 he founded the Persagi Indonesian Artists Association in Jakarta. In 1970 he was awarded recognition in art by the Indonesian government. His works have been exhibited in the Netherlands and in the Fukuoka Art Museum in Japan (1980). Local exhibitions have been held in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Denpasar and Bandung. He died in Jakarta (1986). Sudjojono was a prolific artist and writer. His artistic oeuvre covers a wide spectrum, from paintings, sketches, drawings, public art and reliefs as well as ceramic works. His paintings often derived from his fantasy and memory he personally experienced. He often put joyful humor as a cloak over his painting. Sometimes, he incorporated elements derived from places that he had seen in books or actually visited. S. Sudjojono paintings have a typical harsh and wild strokes as if the paint has been poured directly onto canvas. His observation of his surroundings seemed spontaneous, as though they were snapshots of views that appealed to him. His style and artistic preoccupation were also diverse, from his early and monumental works, which significantly reflect on the true spirit of Indonesia and the people during the war and their struggle against independence; to landscapes; still-lifes; portraits and renditions of his more personal life and family at later years.

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S. SUDJOJONO

(Kisaran, 1914 – 1986) Merajut Merah Putih, 1957 Oil on canvas: 40 x 45 cm Signed and dated, upper left: SS.Djak 1957 Provenance: Prominent Collector, Jakarta SGD 30,000 - 50,000 USD 22,800 - 38,000

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UGO UNTORO (Purbalingga, 1970) Genesis, 2008

Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 150 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower left: Genesis, Ugo’08 SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600 Born in Purbalingga, Central Java, 1970. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Art (ISI), Yogyakarta. He held his solo exhibitions at Cemeti Ctontemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1996, 1998), Kedai Kebun Gallery, Yogyakarta (1999), Essence Art Gallery, Jakarta (2000) and Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2002). He participated in several group exhibitions at Purna Budaya Yogyakarta, Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1997), Galeria Jangva, Helsinki, Finland (1998),T Singapore, National Gallery, Jakarta, Cemeti Art House, Bali, Queensland Art Gallery, Australia, Centrum van Beeldende Kunst, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (1999), Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2000, 2001, 2003), etc.

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Zaitun, 1993

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SOETOPO

(Yogyakarta, 1931 – Yogyakarta, 2016) Penjual Telor Merah, 2011 Oil on canvas: 110 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soetopo, 2011 SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600

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CHUAH SEOW KENG 蔡小庆

(b. Kelantan, Malaysia, 1945) Market Scene, 2010

Batik: 98 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: S. Keng ‘10 SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 6,080 - 9,120 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Ahmad Sadali He graduated from the Department of Art, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1953, where he later taught, becoming a Professor in the Art Department in 1972. He received a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to study at Iowa State University and the New York Art Student's League in USA 1956-1957. He also studied in The Netherlands and Australia in 1977, a Pakistan in 1980. He held his solo exhibition in Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung and Yogyakarta. He also has participated in several group exhibitions such as in Indonesia, China, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, India, Vietnam, USA, Switzerland, UK, France, Brazil and Saudi Arabia. He received some Awards including the Anugerah Seni Art Award from the Indonesian Government in 1972 and awards from the Jakarta Arts Council at the Indonesian Painting Biennials in 1974 and 1978. Born in Garut, West Java, 1924, Ahmad Sadali was known for his abstract art and titles that never give away any clues on the content of the painting, such as Gold on Purple Relief, or Gold on a wrinkled plane. Considered the father of Indonesian abstract art, and a teacher at the Bandung Institute of Technology, he exerted a wide influence on his students such as Umi Dachlan. Ahmad Sadali was known as an artist of abstract art, while AD. Pirous another abstract painter, who has brought Arabic calligraphy to the level of expressive art, has developed a tendency toward the abstract.

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AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Bidang Horizontal dan Balok-balok Bersisa Emas, 1987 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sadali87 Provenance: Prominent Collector, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 50,000 - 70,000 USD 38,000 - 53,200

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JUMALDI ALFI

(Lintau, West Sumatra, 1973) Turun Minum, 1999 Oil and acrylic on canvas: 110 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Alfi Maret, 1999 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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YUNIZAR

(Talawi, West Sumatra, 1971) Coretan, 2002 Pencil, acrylic on canvas: 140 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Yunizar, 2002 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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ZHOU CHUNYA 周春芽 (Chongqing, China, 1955) Green Dog, 2006

Screenprint in colors: 87 x 70 cm Signed, edition number and date: 2006, Zhou Chunya, 35/50

He studied at the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts in 1977. In the 1980s, he spent a few years in Germany and graduated with a Masters degree from the Gesamthochschule in Kassel. He has participated in several group exhibitions such as First Shanghai Biennale at the Shanghai Art Museum in 1996, Quotation Marks at the Singapore Art Museum in 1998, Zhou Chuna Exhibition at the Italy Museum Art Contemporary in 2002. Alors La Chine at the Paris Pompidou Center in 2003 and Dreaming of the Dragon’s Nation Contemporary Art from China at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 2004 - 2005.

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Srihadi Soedarsono The merging of spiritual and physical control obtained in dance obviously appeals to the philosophical Srihadi. 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. Srihadi gives us many variants in this new approach to the depiction of the dance. When he first started to focus on the idea of movement, he did so by paying with the parallelism of gestures and by emphasizing the realistic aspect of the dancer’s bodies. Color was then relatively secondary. By the early 1990’s rhythm had taken a life of its own, as shown by the vibrant dynamism of the dancer. In painting the present lot, the dancers’ eyes remain transfixed even as their body movements are transformed into a feast of glittering color. Even so, and however much the costumes of the dancers drift rhythmically over the canvas surface, it is in fact the artist’s working of this background that embodies the idea of movement. In dance paintings from the mid – 1980s onwards, Srihadi has explored other aspects of the inner nature of movement besides those of immobility and diffused dynamism. Some lie midway between these two tendencies. He has explored composed movement, such as that practiced in the traditional dance of the Javanese palaces, in particular the Bedoyo Ketawang, which is considered to be the epitome of Javanese refinement. In the paintings on this theme, the fuzzy atmosphere shrouding the figures is gone; rather, the head and limbs are suspended, almost immobile, and drawn with an extreme delicacy, otherwise found only in the artist’s work depicting wayang puppets. Only the cloth moves, slowly drifting along the ground, merging dark violet into black. There is a visual rhythm set up by the inert head and limbs, the color of the headdress, and the casual placement of the hanging white garlands.

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO

(Solo, 1931) Bedoyo Ketawang - The Soul Of Beauty, 2008 Oil on canvas: 85 x 165 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Srihadi, 2008 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the gallery SGD 65,000 - 80,000 USD 49,400 - 60,800

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Wild Orchid

Oil on canvas: 85 x 55 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje

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BAGONG KUSUDIARDJA

(Yogyakarta, 1928 – 2004) Reog Dance, 1998

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Bagong k.98

SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,900 - 2,660

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ZHONG ZHENG CHUAN 钟正川 (b. MELAKA, 1945) Beauty 美人玉立, 2008

Chinese ink on rice paper: 89 x 95 cm Signed and dated, upper right in Chinese characters SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280 钟正川,现为马来西亚水墨画协会总会长、香港世界艺术家联合 总会副主席、新加坡书法家协会及新加坡书法研究院院士、钟正 川画院院长、马来亚国立大学教授、北京市希望书库基金会海外 荣誉副会长、马来西亚华人文化协会视觉艺术主任等。 其作品被马来西亚国家艺术馆、马来西亚国家迎宾馆、中国艺术 研究院、齐白石纪念馆、张大千纪念馆、韩国文化艺术馆、台湾 国立教育美术馆等多国元首、政要、大使、国家级美术馆收藏。 被誉为“马来西亚的齐白石”。 曾参加亚洲美术联盟美展、马来西亚十大名家作品展、国际现代 水墨画名家精选巡回展等。二零零八年六月,与靳尚谊、吴冠 中、朱徳群、王明明入选由中国文联书画艺术专业委员会、文化 部对外艺术展览中心、中国大众文学学会联合编制 的《海内外中国书画艺术当代名家集五大名家》,中国国家画院 艺术交流中心、中国油画学会、文化部艺术品评估委员会提供学 术支持。二零零八年四月,为庆祝海南建省办经济特区二十周 年,中共海南省委宣传部和中央数字电视书画频道在海口及三亚 举办由钟正川领衔的《马来西亚水墨画协会大型画展》。 50

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Flowers, 2002 Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim 02 Signed and dated on the reverse SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560

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WIDAYAT

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, 1992 Acrylic on canvas: 125 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: H. Widajat92 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from The Museum SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Hendra Gunawan Born in Bandung, 1918. He taught at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta in 1957. His paintings dating from the late 1950s and the 1960s – believed by many to be the best period in his artistic career – are scarce. 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. He took the daily lives of people subjects for his paintings. He explored their everyday lives, capturing them movingly on canvas in his inimitable style. Portrays of women figures, sellers or mother and child were on old theme that constantly revis­ited throughout the artist’s career. Hendra women are types, not clearly distinguishable individuals, and they are nourishing, nursing, mothering beauties, voluptuous and undulating bodies wrapped in brightly colored cloth. He used exaggerated profiles, with long necks, protruding noses, and large eyes, echoes the stylization of human form found in wayang. He used the natural painting such as mountain and beach as background to his main subject, like illustrated this present lot. 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. 050

HENDRA GUNAWAN (Bandung, 1918 – 1983) Female Fisherman, 1973

Oil on canvas: 149 x 71 cm Signed and dated, lower left: KW.73, Hendra Provenance: Prominent Collector, Jakarta Will be included in the future publication of the book “Soekarno Favourite Painters” SGD 90,000 - 120,000 USD 68,400 - 91,200

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Atti, 2000

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Jeihan 2K Signed and titled on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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LEE RERN

(Jakarta, 1938) Woman with Offering Oil on board: 102 x 50 cm Signed in chinese character, lower right SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320 Lee Rern was born in Jakarta on September 19, 1938. He was the son Lee Man Fong – a famous Chinese master in oil painting. He graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, and for several years worked under his father’s guidance. Lee Rern has also become a painter who later often had joint exhibition with his father. After then, he travelled and worked in England, France, Italy, Holland, Germany and Singapore (1969 – 1972). He uses very fine and detailed brush strokes to create his breathtaking Chinese brush paintings. He received several Honorary prizes for his art works, among others gold medal award from the Academia Italy, Parma (1980). His painting style is unique and elegant. His themes of painting are ranging from animal world such as gold fish, village scenes and landscapes.

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RUDOLF BONNET

(Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Ko, 1972 Pastel on paper: 49 x 27 cm Signed and dated, lower left: R. Bonnet, 1972 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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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Le Mayeur De Merpres Born in Brussels (Belgium), on 9 February 1880, in the nobility and linked with the Belgium royal family, he was the son of a painter. Adrien was very keen on becoming a painter himself, but his father insisted that he should complete his studies first. He graduated as a civil engineer (architect), but soon after devoted himself to painting. When his first visit to Bali, Jean Le Mayeur was deeply impressed by the temple rituals and dances, and by a girl called Ni Pollok, a legong dancer, in particular. Balinese culture, nature and Ni Pollok had startled him of the strong magic of Bali and totally changed his vision about life. In 1933, Ni Pollok had turned 16 and was too old to dance the legong, so she agreed to be Le Mayeur’s model. It was a local tradition that a legong dancer is at her best only between 12 through 17 years. She became the main theme of his paintings and in 1935, when she was 18, they married in a traditional Balinese ceremony. Thus painting sensual images of Balinese women, including his beautiful Balinese wife, the dancer Ni Pollok have made Le Mayeur become famous painter.

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ADRIEN JEAN LE MAYEUR DE MERPRES (Brussel, 1880 – 1958) Balinese Temple Offering

Charcoal pastel on paper: 47 x 62,5 cm Signed, lower right: Le Mayeur SGD 40,000 - 60,000 USD 30,400 - 45,600

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LOO HOOI NAM 吕辉南 (b. Kedah, Malaysia, 1965) Cameron Tea Plantation, 2010

Oil on canvas: 92 x 123 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hooi Nam 10 SGD 2,500 - 4,000 USD 1,900 - 3,040

Loo Hooi Nam is a self-taught artist, ho is very well-known for his thick impasto technique. Loo has awarded Pesta Pulau Pinang in 1993, 1994 and 1997, as well as Gold Award at SP Setia Art Fair Penang 2011. He is a member of Penang Art Society, Penang Watercolour Society, Angkatan Pelukis Kedah, Central Kedah Art Society, Malaysian Watercolour Society, North Kedah Art Society and Artist Membership BSLN. He has actively participated in a good numbers of group exhibitions, local and abroad and has held many solo exhibitions since 2000, among there are The Art Gallery Penang (2000), 50 Humanist Space, Penang (2001), Galeri Mutiara, Penang (2012), City Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur (2012),The Li Chi Mao Art House, Melaka (2012), 6th International Art Expo Malaysia (2012) and more.

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NI GUSTI AGUNG GALUH (Kapal, Ubud, 1968) Going Home, 2017

Acrylic on canvas : 40 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Galuh17, Ubud,Bali Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,000 - 4,000 USD 1,520 - 3,040

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JOHN VAN DER STERREN (Sukabumi, 1938) Landscape Near Garut, 1997

Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren’97 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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WAKIDI (Palembang, South Sumatra, 1890 – Padang, West Sumatra, 1979) Musim Tanam Oil on board: 35 x 47cm Signed, lower left: Wakidi

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Heri Dono Born in Jakarta, June 12, 1960. He studied at the Indonesian Art Institute (Institut Seni Indonesia) in Yogyakarta, where he won the Prize for the Best Painting in 1981 as well as in 1985. He presented his work worldwide in a great number of solo and group exhibitions. His style is often placed in the art form of new internationalism, which is a recent art form of artists in the world that challenge the Western hegemony of art, in contrast with the New Art Movement in the seventies and eighties that chose in favor of a Western expressions in art, with it taking leave of local traditions. He has participated in the International Artist Exchange Program in Basel, Switzerland as well as other countries like at the Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Australia (1993), Blooming in Arms at the Museum of contemporary Art, Oxford, UK (1996), Mythical Monster in Contemporary Society at the Gajah Gallery, Singapore (1999), and Dancing Demons & Drunken Delties at the Japan Foundation, Asia Center, Japan.

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HERI DONO

(Jakarta, 1960) Two Presidential Candidates, 2008 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Heri Dono, 2008 SGD 30,000 - 40,000 USD 22,800 - 30,400

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NAI SWEE LENG Prosperity

Chinese Ink and color on rice paper : 42.5 x 80.5 cm Signed and stamped on lower left and middle right SGD 1,200 - 2,000 USD 910 - 1,520

061 CHAN CHANG HOW 陈长豪 (b. Singapore, 1943 - d. 2016) Crabs, 1988 十蟹图 Chinese ink on rice paper: 67.5 x 70 cm Signed and dated, upper right in Chinese characters SGD 1,000 - 2,000 USD 760 - 1,520

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SHI XIANG TUO 施香沱

(b. Fujian, China, 1906 - d. 1990) Winter, 1982 霜枝 Chinese ink on rice paper: 102 x 30 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower left in Chinese characters

画家陈长豪1965年毕业于南洋美专,从事绘 画和与绘画有关工作近50年。 接受过全面 中西画训练,退休前一直在画书籍插图和速 写, 后喜 欢水彩画,从此未离开过创作水彩 画之路。 新加坡的水彩画深得国际艺术界 的肯定,在第二代水彩画家中,陈长豪更是 其中的佼使者,先后 参加新加坡和马来西 亚多次水彩画展。

SGD 2,000 - 4,000 USD 1,520 - 3,040 施香沱先生终其一生,孜孜不倦地从事艺术创作与美术教学工作。他自 战前1938年南来新加坡后。他 1941年受聘于南洋美术专科学校,任教南 洋美专长达39年。他既担任过兴亚小学的校长,又担任过南 洋美专讲 师,退休后依然教导学生。从1971年开始任职墨澜社顾问、新加坡青年 协会顾问、 啸涛篆 刻书画研究会顾问、新加坡教育出版社“新加坡美 术”编辑顾问、新加坡华校联合会名誉顾问、更生 美术研究会全国儿童 美展工委会顾问,也是新加坡中华美术研究会会长、访华美术考察团副 团长、连 任中华美术研究会副会长两年。而1984年,他成为韩国篆刻研 究会名誉理事。 施画家曾于1970年多次举办个人展览,展出个人篆刻书画。也多次参与 新马书法交流展、新加坡艺术 家美展、第二届国际书法展、1981年 新日 书画展和1984年的新中、新韩书法展。其著作被个人及机构 收藏,如新 加坡美术馆、国内外私人及团体机构收藏。 60

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ZHOU CHUNYA

(Chongqing, China, 1955) Green Dog, 2006 Screenprint in colors : 80 x 112 cm Signed, edition number and date: 2006, Zhou Chunya, 35/50 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

He studied at the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts in 1977. In the 1980s, he spent a few years in Germany and graduated with a Masters degree from the Gesamthochschule in Kassel. He has participated in several group exhibitions such as First Shanghai Biennale at the Shanghai Art Museum in 1996, Quotation Marks at the Singapore Art Museum in 1998, Zhou Chuna Exhibition at the Italy Museum Art Contemporary in 2002. Alors La Chine at the Paris Pompidou Center in 2003 and Dreaming of the Dragon’s Nation - Contemporary Art from China at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 2004 - 2005.

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Richard Winkler Richard Winkler was born in Norrkoping, Sweden, 1969. He studied arts at the Nyckelviken School of art which later continued his study at the Beckmans School of Design. He was interested in exploring human body and anatomy which he put into canvases in exaggerated figures. In the period of 1994-1995, he traveled to several cities in Europe to deepen his visual arts. His works have been exhibited in Asia as well as European countries. As one of the foreign artists who visualized Bali, Richard Winkler continues the romantic tradition of painting on the island. Winkler was very interested in the human body and anatomy which he put into canvases in exaggerated figures. In the period of 1994-1995, he traveled to several cities in Europe to deepen his visual arts. In 1997, he moved to Bali and creates paintings inspired by the place. Besides painting human figures, he also interested in painting plants of the tropical forest. Plants in most of his paintings are a direct representation or abstraction of fertility of the real tropical plants and a pattern that enrich and strengthen the views of his works. In the present lot, Winkler use of the bright color, motif, texture and light technique made a beautiful combination on the painting.

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RICHARD WINKLER (Norrkoping, 1969) Offerings, 2000 Oil on canvas: 71 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Winkler, 2000 SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 11,400 - 15,200

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S. TEDDY D

(Padang, 1970) Hammer, 2008 Oil on canvas: 150 x 150 cm Signed and dated , lower right: S. Teddy D 08 SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

Born in Padang, West Sumatra, 1970. He studied at the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta (1992). He performed his solo exhibitions at Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1996, 1998), Kedai Kebun, Yogyakarta (1999), Essence Art Gallery, Jakarta (2000), and Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2002). He joined in several group exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad, Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, and Germany.

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M. IRFAN

(Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972) Hard Cube (Open), 2007 Mixed media on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Stamped and dated, lower right: 2007 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 4,500 - 6,000 USD 3,420 - 4,560

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AGUS SUWAGE (Purworejo, 1959) Obral, 1980

Acrylic on canvas: 93 x 141 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Suwage 80 SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 11,400 - 15,200

Agus Suwage is one of Indonesia’s most important contemporary artists. He was born 1959 in Purworejo, Java, Indonesia. He lives and works currently in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Suwage is actively engaged in both local and international scenes since the late 1980s. Suwage studied Graphic Design at the Institute of Technology in Bandung, Indonesia from 1979-1986. He has participated in over 150 museum and gallery exhibitions around the world. His art practice which includes drawing, painting, sculpture and installation - has been exhibited in major art events across Indonesia and abroad. For example at the Singapore Bienniale, Singapore (2006) and had a major retrospective at the Yogyakarta Art Museum, Indonesia (2009). Whilst his oeuvre predominantly circles around the phenomenon of “death”, he is also engaged with an obsession of portraiture. Since the mid 90’s his own projection onto canvas has become the focal point of his artistic concern. At the most intimate level, his works might just be a medium for him to face and overcome his constant personal fear towards it. He thereby often uses popular symbols and iconography to invite an engagement with the beholder.

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Sunaryo Born in Banyumas, Central Java, 1943. Sunaryo studied at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) majoring Art Department in 1969 and continued to study marble carving for 7 months at Carrara, Italy in 1975. Then he joined the Decenta group which was reacting against the more traditional “Bandung school” that had pioneered abstract art and was viewed generally as more Westernized than other schools of thought at the time. Artists in Decenta were trying to reprocess the visual elements of Indonesia’s traditional arts in search of “local colour and their cultural roots,” Sunaryo recalled. Sunaryo theme of Balinese Dancer and Barong are most desirable by the art connoisseurs. Back in the 1980s, Sunaryo established himself with his lyrical paintings of Indonesian themes, such as Balinese dancers and barongs (masked dancers who symbolize the “spirit king”), often incorporating traditional art forms and motifs. But over the last 10 years, his works had become much more politically conscious. The dancer series often expressed his social and environmental concerns and issues like “the tension of tradition and modernity” or political issues through symbolization of colors. Abstract or figurative, his work has always been known for its formal strength and inventiveness, but his work has also always been about social, environmental and spiritual issues, and goals.

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SUNARYO

(Banyumas, 1943) Penari dan Laptopnya, 2005 Mixed media on canvas: 120 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sunaryo 05 Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 40,000 - 60,000 USD 30,400 - 45,600

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Pura Bali, 2004 Acrylic on board: 28 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit 04 Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400

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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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SOEDIBIO

(Madiun, 1912 - 1981) Pemandangan, 1977 Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soedibio 77 SGD 9,000 - 14,000 USD 6,840 - 10,640

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ABDULLAH SURIOSUBROTO

(Semarang, Central Java, 1978 - 1941) Waterfall Oil on canvas: 75 x 65 cm Signed, lower left: Abdullah SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,560 - 6,080

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Affandi Born in Cirebon, 1907. 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. The significant and distinguished works from Affandi was his strong lines, expressive gestural scribbles and spontaneous. He did not ornament figures, the lines were produced by his technique squeezing the paint directly from the tube onto the canvas, using his fingers and palms to direct the medium over its surface and never mixed his colors. He approached paint as a medium in the same way that he did for pencil and charcoal, subduing the subtle modalities of color to the movement of the hand and the creation of line. Affandi only painted what he observed and never approached his works from any kind of philosophical or analytical starting point, he was particularly fond of Bali and Javanese culture. The theme of his paintings always forwarded the humanity aspects of many events. Objects like chicken seller, duck seller, man and cockerel, and animal market directly expressed his pure emotion in the form of strong wild lines dominated with black hues. Affandi’s strokes expressed his wild, vicious, and discontentment towards the fixed form of expression. He always paints in simultaneous movement and never tied with certain kind of forms. Very often, despite the artist’s apparent focus on the main subject of the animals, Affandi is very fond of creating a sense of spontaneity by adding idiosyncratic details such as the feet of the onlooker, the hands, finger and sometimes circle of the sun. By doing this, he creates a sense of festivity of the crowd and the ongoing activity. Awards: 1969 1974 1997 1978

Piagam Anugrah Seni (Fine Art Awards) from the Department of Education and Culture Received Doctor Honoris Causa from University of Singapore Received Dark Hammarsjoeld from the International Peace Price,Florence, Italy Received “Bintang Jasa Utama” Awards Received the honor as the New Indonesian Expressionist Artist by International Herald Tribune, Granted the Grand Maestro artist in Florence, Italy.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Kurung Burung (Bird Cage) 1976 Oil on canvas: 100 x 128 cm Signed and dated, lower right: A.1976 Literature: Popo Iskandar, AFFANDI - Suatu Jalan Baru Dalam Ekspressionisme, published by Akademi Jakarta 1977, pg. 30 This painting will be included in the future publication of the book “Soekarno’s Favourite Painters” This painting has been checked and verified for the authenticity by the Museum SGD 90,000 - 120,000 USD 68,400 - 91,200

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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Villages, 1962

Oil on canvas: 53 x 85 cm Signed and dated , upper left: Roedyat, 1962 SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 6,080 - 9,120

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Siang Hari di Bali, 1992 Oil on canvas: 60 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim 92 Signed and dated on the reverse SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560


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DEDE ERI SUPRIA (Jakarta, 1956) Tak Berdaya, 1988

Oil on canvas: 153 x 136 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria, 1988 SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400

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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Srihadi Soedarsono Since 1950s, Srihadi had produced dancing themes as his favorite objects. Among the dancing object comes from a variety of Balinese dances such as Legong, Pendet, Tambulilingan, Kenyar, Janger, Baris, Barong, Mask Dance, etc, and also the dance from Javanese like Bedoyo Ketawang. 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 dance is one of Srihadi’s favorite themes. In his paintings of dancers he continues to paint female dancers in the same upright pose that has used in the past. His dance work consist of series of dancers, even so, for Srihadi, each dance has it own particular mood, the gist of which he attempts to capture in his painting. At the same time, dance also offers a panorama of human life in general: it shows the dynamic union between the everyday world of material reality and the world beyond perception, the realm of the material. Srihadi gives us many variants in this new approach to the depiction of the dance. When he first started to focus on the idea of movement, he did so by paying with the parallelism of gestures and by emphasizing the realistic aspect of the dancer’s bodies. Color was then relatively secondary. By the early 1990’s rhythm had taken a life of its own, as shown by the vibrant dynamism of the dancer. The costumes of the dancers drift rhythmically over the canvas surface, it is in fact the artist’s working of this background that embodies the idea of movement.

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO (Solo, 1931) The Passion of Legong, 1991

Oil on canvas: 100 x 130 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi 91 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist Literature: Jean Couteau, Srihadi Soedarsono “The Path of The Soul”, pg.90 Published by the Lontar Foundation, Jakarta 2003 SGD 60,000 - 80,000 USD 45,600 - 60,800

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Wanita Watercolor on paper: 25 x 32 cm Signed, lower right SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280

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ZHOU YU YING 周玉莹

(b. Shandong, China, 1942) Praying,1999 拜石图

Chinese ink on rice paper: 240 x 123 cm Signed, dated and titled, upper right in Chinese characters SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800 周玉莹是中国国家一级美术师,中国美术家协会会员。曾任青岛画院副 院长、马来西亚艺术学院客座教授、新加坡名家画廊艺术顾问,现旅 居 新加坡。擅长水墨人物画,尤以善画钟馗、罗汉而著名。自六十年代初 始,其先后在国内外报刊发表美术作品上千幅,出版个人画集多 部。曾 在中国、马来西亚、新加坡、美国、韩国、香港、台湾等地举办个人画 展数十次。1997年新加坡出版《周玉莹水墨世界》画展,同年 赴美国旧 金山举办《周玉莹水墨世界》画展。

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HENRI CHEN KEZHAN 陳克湛 (b. Singapore, 1959) Plants, 1988 植木图

Chinese ink on rice paper: 68.5 x 68.5 cm Signed and dated, middle left in Chinese characters SGD 2,000 - 4,000 USD 1,520 - 3,040 Henri Chen KeZhan is an abstract ink and wash painter who thrives on the border of Chinese and Western art. He is internationally recognised especially among Western audiences with some knowledge of Chinese art, and he has held several overseas exhibitions in the United States, Europe and Asia. From 1975 to 1979,he studied Chinese painting under the late pioneer artist Fan ChangTien.During the Japanese invasion,he ed and settled in Singapore.Chen furthered his art education while in Hong Kong between 1979 to1983. He learned the techniques of the Lingnan style of painting under the tutelage of the late Chao Shao-an and calligraphy under Fung Kang-ho. When he was just 24, Chen travelled to China, India, Japan, the United States and Europe. He then settled in Paris, France, where he trained under expressionist oil painter Professor Jean Berthole of the École des Beaux-Arts. The subject matter of Chen’s paintings is nature, especially the lotus and other owers. An enthusiastic gardener, he has even drawn inspiration from the plants he tends. Being surrounded by nature is an important stimulant to his creativity. 76

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Tukang Sate I Watercolor on paper: 42 x 35 cm Signed, lower right: MF. Lee SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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ABDULLAH SURIOSUBROTO

(1878–1914) Bamboo Tree

Oil on canvas: 60 x 95 cm Signed, lower left: Abdullah SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,560 - 6,080

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Chen Wen Hsi Born in Baigong, Caozhu, 1906. Chen Wen Hsi 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. Besides Chinese brush painting, Wen Hsi also produced abstract compositions in oils and Chinese inks of which his paintings showed a strong influence of analytical Cubism and Fauvism with non-naturalistic and exuberant colours. This style has heightened the vividly expression and exoticism of Southeast Asia. Chen painted ceaselessly through his life. Numerous solo and group exhibitions were held in Singapore and around the world. Wen Hsi’s artistic excellence was recognized. Among the many awards he had received are the Public Service Star in 1964, a Gold Medal by the National Museum of History, Taiwan in 1980, the first recipient of the ASEAN Cultural and Communication Award for outstanding artists in 1987 and received an honorary doctorate from the National University of Singapore.

082 CHEN WEN HSI (b. 1906, Baigong Village, Guangdong, China - d. 1992) Corn Birds Chinese ink on rice paper: 83 x 41 cm Signed and sealed in chinese character, upper right SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 11,400 - 15,200

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AGUNG MANGU PUTRA (Sangeh, Bali, 1963) Fish, 2003

Acrylic, collage on canvas: 40 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Mangu Putra, 2003 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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ENDRO

(Yogyakarta, 1983) Love Revival, 2011 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Endro, 2011 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,140 - 1,520

Born in Yogyakarta, Central Java, 1983. He graduated from the Indonesian Art Institute (ISI) Yogyakarta. He has actively particiapated in several exhibitions among others “Dunia Yang Sebenarnya” Yogyakarta, “Mendawa Mandala” Yogyakarta, “Sketsa” Yogyakarta, “Kecil-kecil” Yogyakarta, ‘Art For Yogya” at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta (2006), and “Peduli Gempa” at Semarang and Yogyakarta. Endro uses both subjective and structural frames in creating his artworks. He challenges his audience to see his/her own experiences and imagination through interpretation of symbols, codes or signs, color and tone. An understanding of which element is most important to him can help the audiences to discover the meaning behind each of his work. 80

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Macan dan Senja Cerah, 1995 Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 95 This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from the Museum SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,600 - 11,400

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Widayat 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. 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.

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WIDAYAT

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Hutan Rimba, 1974 Oil on canvas: 94 x 195 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Widayat 74 This lot is accompanied with statement letter from the Museum Widayat SGD 35,000 - 50,000 USD 26,600 - 38,000

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TONG CHIN SYE (b. 1939) Singapore River

Watercolor on paper: 51 x 71 cm Signed, lower right: Tong SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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Born in 1939, Tong Chin Sye is a renowned Singaporean multimedia artist and part-time lecturer in Western Art at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore. He is an avid traveler who sketches and paints on location. He is inspired by architectural and cultural subject matters. Tong’s painting technique is distinctive as his oils and watercolors naturally blend in the beauty of Chinese Calligraphy. Painting the rapidly changing cityscapes and street scenes of Singapore continues to be his passion. In 1987, Tong won first prize in the PSA Art Competition held in Singapore.

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Warung Oil on canvas: 50 x 65 cm Signed, lower left: L. Wasim SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560


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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 SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600

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MARYATI AFFANDI 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.

(Bogor, 1916-1991) Kereta Kuda

Oil on canvas: 63 x 86 cm Signed, lower left: AM SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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HENDRA GUNAWAN (Bandung, 1918 – 1983) Mencuci Di Sungai, 1976

Oil on canvas: 99 x 179 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hendra 76 Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 150,000 - 200,000 USD 114,000 - 152,000

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Hendra’s paintings have formed a modern Indonesian folk art where they can be seen as the illustrations of a new mythology. The stylized figures of exaggerated profiles, with long necks, protruding noses, and large eyes, echoes the stylization of human form found in wayang. His subjects of women with long tresses, young mothers, wives, fish sellers, fruit vendors express his goddesses and heroines, while the heroes features were illustrates as the fathers, husbands, fishermen and farmers. They inhabit a breathtakingly beautiful paradise of fertile land, rich seas, majestic mountains, rivers, and spectacular beaches. 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. The present lot was one of the Hendra’s paintings that described the theme of the common people’s daily life – washing by the river. He explored the activity, capturing it movingly on canvas in his inimitable style. Still, he present the picture by using the natural objects such as huge tree, waterfall and blue river scene as background to his main subject, like illustrated in the present lot.


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I MADE DJIRNA

(Ubud, 1957) Tiga Gadis/Anak Kucing, 2000 Mixed media on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Djirna, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,600 - 3,800

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MAUNG MYINT AUNG

(Myanmar, 1958) Female Back Figure in Red

Mixed media on paper: 72 x 53 cm Signed, lower right: Maung Myint Aung SGD 1,000 - 2,000 USD 760 - 1,520

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) The Lake

Oil on canvas: 100 x 65 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280 88

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RUSTAMADJI

(Surabaya, 1932 – 1990) Wanita Nelayan, 1975 Oil on canvas: 105 x 72 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Rustamadji, 1975 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560 Born in Surabaya, East Java, April 16, 1932. In 1946 he started painting under the painter S. Sudjojono in Sanggar Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists Association), Madiun. In 1950s he used naturalistic style which afterwards changed to impressionistic. He actively participated in several exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad. He lived in Surabaya and died in the year of 1990.

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944 - 2017) Legong, 1995

Oil on canvas: 135 x 96 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Legong, Gunarsa, 1995 SGD 7,000 - 9,000 USD 5,320 - 6,840 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 jointexhibitions 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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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. 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. Lee Man Fong’s portraits are remarkable life-like, fresh and moving and at the same time full of artistic individuality. His portraits excel equally in form and expression, vitality and faithfulness, and rank above works. The theme of Balinese Weaver is exceptionally rare and most desirable by collectors. This particular female archetype featured prominently in the Balinese works, as if the artist was trying to capture the energy of the weaver and the female spirit. He represented the women in a respectful light, engaging in daily activities and shows the artist experimenting with composition, colors, and aesthetics.

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Balinese Weaver Oil on board: 102 x 50 cm Signed and stamped in chinese character, lower right Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta SGD 110,000 - 150,000 USD 83,600 - 114,000

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TENG NEE CHEONG 邓尔昌 (Singapore, 1951-2013) Flowers and Dragonfly

Watercolor on Paper: 45.5 x 59 cm Sealed, lower right SGD 5,000 - 10,000 USD 3,800 - 7,600

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LIU KANG 刘抗

(b. Fujian, China, 1911-d. 2004) a. Orchids,1951 Chinese ink on rice paper: 37 x 32 cm Signed and dated llower left in Chinese characters b. Scenery,1938 巴西土壤望过去 Chinese ink on rice paper:32 x 33 cm Signed and dated middle right in Chinese characters SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 3,040 - 4,560

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刘抗是世界艺术大师刘海粟的学生。他于1937年移居马来西 亚,后期1942年定居新加坡。先后担任过上海美术专科学校西 洋画专任教授、全 国第二届美展评审委员、新加坡中华美术 研究会会长、新加坡艺术协会会长、新加坡国庆美术展工作委 员会主席及新加坡文化部美术咨询委 员会主席。刘大师开创 了“南洋画”派,是新加坡画坛泰斗、大宗师。作品于五十多 个国家画院、美术馆、博物馆、大学和几十位国家元首 个人 收藏。曾荣获第三届亚细安文化艺术创作奖、新加坡共和国服 务星章、新加坡卓越功绩服务勋章及法国国家文学艺术军官服 务星章。


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CHEN CHONG SWEE

(China, 1910 - Singapore 1985) Landscape, 1965 Watercolor on paper: 66.5 x 45.5 cm Signed, dated and sealed, upper right SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

Chen Chong Swee was one of Singapore’s pioneering first-generation artists, and an influential art educator, writer and painter. Born in China in 1910, Chen migrated first to Malaysia then to Singapore in the early 1930s and became a key figure in the development of the Nanyang style. A passionate art scholar and activist, he taught art at various schools, nurturing not only talent but also a sense of place. An analytical and prolific writer, he wrote many essays that contained keen observations and discourses on all aspects of visual arts. A realist painter, he was the first to depict Singapore subject matter in traditional Chinese ink as well as a pioneer in integrating Western and Chinese aesthetic traditions, painting the story of Singapore and its people with sensitivity and a sense of revelation.

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YUNIZAR

(Talawi, West Sumatra, 1971) Menunggu, 2000 Acrylic, pencil on canvas: 150 x 160 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Yunizar, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 9,000 - 10,000 USD 6,840 - 7,600 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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AMAURY DUPARC (France) Still Life

Oil on canvas: 46 x 61 cm Signed, lower right: A. Duparc SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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FADJAR SIDIK

(Surabaya, 1930 - 2004) Komposisi Bentuk, 1971 Oil on canvas: 72 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: F. Sidik71 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280

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TEGUH OSTENRIK (Jakarta, 1950) Per Sa Puissance, 1998

Acrylic collage on canvas: 80 x 68 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Goeh Ost 98 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

After graduated in 1980 from the Fine Arts Department of Hochschule der Kuenste, West Berlin or Germany, he stayed in New York/USA, Amsterdam/The Netherlands and Cologne/Germany. In 1988, Teguh as an established painter and sculptor came back to Indonesia. He has had more than one hundred solo and group exhibitions in USA, France, The Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia (Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Solo, Surabaya, Bali). His art works are collected by a lot of national and international institutions and corporations. Awards received include Top Ten Philip Morris Art Award in 1997. He was one of the Juries in 2005 and 2007 China ASEAN Youth Art Competition in Nanning/China. In 2006 he was invited as a guest lecturer in Beijing Central Academy of Art. In 2007 he stayed in Penang or Malaysia as an Artist in Residence, a Program of ABN-AMRO and Wawasan Open University.

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Le Mayeur De Merpres Jean Le Mayeur is a painter best known for objects such as Belgian Landscapes, Scenes of Asia and Africa, Balinese Genre, Figures and Nudes. His works, be they sketches done in light colours or bright-coloured oil paints, showed that they were inspired by the brilliant and clear tropical sunlight. His brightly-clad, energetic and graceful dancers, dancing to the beat of the drums and bells, or his women, kneeling beside the loom weaving sarong cloth, fully demonstrated the tranquil and fine life of the Balinese. He captured the daily life of people he personally observed around his surroundings and poured them into canvas in stunning expression. Le Mayeur’s works were executed with free-flowing and bold, strong strokes, in bright and gay colours. He married with the famous Legong Dancer, Ni Nyoman Pollok, who was his bestknown model and settled in Bali in 1932. His works shows effective use of light and shadow in bright colors. He donated his house and his studio in Sanur, Bali, to the Indonesian Government which is now known the Le Mayeur Museum.

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ADRIEN JEAN LE MAYEUR DE MERPRES (Brussel, 1880 – 1958) Reading a Book

Conte on paper: 70 x 58 cm Signed, lower left: J. Le Mayeur Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta SGD 30,000 - 40,000 USD 22,800 - 30,400

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106 OMAR YAHYA (b. 20th Century) Perempuan Berbaju Merah, 1931 Oil on board: 52 x 48 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Omar YH. 1931 SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,140 - 1,520

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HENDRA BAYU HERMANTO

(Ponorogo, 1985) Tonite, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 78 x 115 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hendra Bayu, 2013 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280

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AGUS DJAYA

(Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Figur Wanita, 1971 Oil on canvas: 63 x 47 cm Signed, lower right: Agus Djaya, 1971 Signed and dated again on the reverse SGD 1,000 - 1,500 USD 760 - 1,140 98

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BUI XUAN PHAI

(Vietnam, 1920 - 1988) Village Oil on board: 24 x 32 cm Signed, lower right SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,800 - 5,320

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CHOONG KAM KOW 钟金钩 (b. Perak, Malaysia, 1934) Fit for Life 8 - (Taiji Series 5), 2008

Acrylic on canvas: 92 x 73 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Kam Choong 2008 SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600 Dr Choong graduated with a Degree in Fine Arts from the NationalTaiwan Normal University,Taiwan in 1961. He furthered his studies gaining a Masters from Pratt Institute, NewYork, USA in 1968 and from the years 1980 to 1981, was made ACLS Fulbright Research Fellow, USA. He is an artist, educationist, curator as well having taken up many educational posts during his career. Dr Choong’s works have not gone unnoticed as well, winning 1 st prize for drawing and 2nd for watercolour for the Virginia Beach Art Show, USA Consulate award, USA (1967), and Minor prize in “Painting and Graphic Art Open Competition”, NationalArt Gallery, Malaysia (1977) and in 1980 was awarded MACEE-ACLS- Fulbright Hays Research Fellowship.As an artist, Dr Choong has held many solo exhibitions throughout the world in venues such as Pratt Graduate Art Gallery, USA (1967),Taipei Fine Arts Museum,Taiwan (1991),Art Gallery University of Wolverhamption, UK (1994), Frederikshavn Art Museum, Denmark (1998), and Guangdong Museum of Art, China (2004) to name a few. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Srihadi Soedarsono Born in Solo, December 4, 1931. In 1958 he studied fine arts at the Institute of Technology Bandung and the Ohio State University, United States (1960 – 1962). His works has been exhibited in Indonesia, the United States, Australia and Brazil. He received cultural awards from both the Indonesian government (1971) and Australian (1973). In 1978 and 1987, he received the highest award in the Biennial Exhibition in Jakarta. Srihadi is currently a senior lecturer in painting and drawing at the Jakarta Institute of Arts and the Bandung Institute of Technology. Srihadi focuses on several themes or genres including landscapes, religious monuments and the dances of Java and Bali. Srihadi employs various methods to approach the spirit of a painting. By immersing himself in the character and form, he searches for the inner meaning. A logical consequence is that during the process of visualization, there is a filtering process and giving of one’s spirit. With every painting he creates, Srihadi goes into a state of ecstasy while executing the work. He is successful in his total exploration of the subject-matter that he has chosen to paint, and he continues to experiment during the creative process and when he is actually painting. He is certain that experiencing to the full and experimenting with the subjects of his study are the ways to hone and uplift one’s spirit or inner feelings. It could be said that Srihadi is divinely inspired when creating each and every one of his paintings. In Srihadi horizon landscapes, the meeting of land and sky, or land and sea, usually portends a more somber mood than in his seascape horizons. The sky no longer imposes its presence on the eye nor guides it along a distant shoreline to the world beyond. In the present painting, green is the dominant color of Srihadi’s symbolic landscapes. The horizon and the sky in the uppermost part of the canvas tend to be relegated to a secondary role. The surface is usually rendered in green, and the visual opposition between the large, natural elements and the small manmade elements dominates the work. The landscape shows fertile place painted in green, the white nuances of the sea contrasted against the blue sky and the curve lines forms the dynamic impression of the energy.

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO (Solo, 1931) Landscape, 1974

Oil on canvas: 85 x 100 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi 74 Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta SGD 75,000 - 90,000 USD 57,000 - 68,400

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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, 1971) Bersyukur-Panen Bagus, 2011 Oil on canvas: 120 x 160 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Pardoli 011 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

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Born in Cilacap, Central Java, July 4, 1971. He held his solo exhibition in Maestro Inn, Perth, Australia (1997), Harvey’s Gallery, Perth, Australia (1998), and City Hotel Melbourne, Australia (2003). He chose to be independent in expressing his feeling and thought while producing and creating his work. He greatly produced painting using woman as his object. For him, women have uniqueness of beauty, ugliness, sincerity, passion as well as strong and weak character. His choices of works become his manifest towards his life and art.


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RONALD VENTURA

(Philippines, 1973) Zoomanities Series, 2008

Fiberglass: 27 x 14 x 10 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Ventura,2008 SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,660 - 3,800 Born Manila, Philippines, 1993. He was Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Painting, University of Sto. Tomas, Philippines. In 1993 he was an Instructor at College of Fine Arts & Design, University of Sto. Tomas, Philippines. He has held his solo exhibitions such as “Recent Works” Singapore Art Fair (2005), “Morph” West Gallery, SM Megamall Mandaluyong City (2003), “Human Study” Art Center, SM Megamall Mandaluyong City (2003), “CONTRIVED DESIRES” West Gallery, SM Megamall Mandaluyong City (2003) and etc. He has received some awards such as Ateneo Art Awards Winner (2005), Philippines-Ateneo Art Gallery Studio regency Grant Sydney, Australia (2005), ‘Jurors’ Choice Award Philippine Art Awards Philip Morris (2002) and many others.

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GUO WEI

(Chengdu, Sichuan Province, 1960) Girl, 2006 Oil on canvas: 100 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Guo Wei 06 SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600USD

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TAY BAK KOI

(b. 1939, Singapore - d. 2005, Singapore) Carefree Oil on canvas: 78 x 90 cm Signed, lower left: Bak Koi SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 6,080 - 7,600

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Was an artist renowned for his portrayals of fishing villages, kampung scenes and urban landscapes. He specialised in oil and watercolour and his works have been exhibited extensively in Singapore and various other countries, including Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, Germany and the United States. His style tended toward a blend of realism and fantasy, and he was known for his recurring stylised imagery of the buffalo. In 1970, he was commissioned to produce 300 works for the Hilton Hotel in Singapore.


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YUSOF GHANI (Johor, 1950) Segerak V No. 7

Oil on canvas: 122 x 92 cm Signed, lower right: Yusof Ghani SGD 11,000 - 15,000 USD 8,360 - 11,400

Born in 1950, Johor. Yusof Ghani graduated with Master Degree from the Catholic University of America, Washington DC, USA. Yusof’s successful art journey began by introducing the most collectible series, Tari, in 1983. It follows with other series including Protest, Topeng I, II, III, Wayang, Hijau, Segerak and Wajah. He is known practicing strong lines and spontaneous marks on a dynamic composition. Most of his works are stroke-based rendering. Yusof Ghani’s works have been featured in numerous international and local exhibitions and publications. Among all, these exhibitions are Biring (Wei-Ling Gallery) 2007, Triptych of Minds (The Gallery @ Starhill) 2007, Segerak (Art Case Galleries) 2004 and V’SPARTIO (Singapore) 1999.

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Le Pho Le Pho’s is considered as one of the “Masters” of twentieth century Vietnamese painter. In the year 1928-1938, he experiment his medium in various media and style into lacquer, oil on canvas and silk. The spirit of Le Pho’s work of style showed the radiance and simplicity of refined silk expressing the Sinhanga tradition that evolved in Japan in the early 20th century. The work of Le Pho is not a compromise between Vietnamese art, of Chinese origin, and Western art. It is a fusion of two mentalities, two worlds and two continents. Flowers are probably the most favorite subject in Le Pho’s painting. The present lot described one of the themes about flowers. The flowers were beautifully arranged in a vase. The sharpness and bright scene at the background is blended perfectly with the colorful flowers that blossomed out from the vases. This impressive painting probably revealed the romantic mood the painter wanted to achieve.

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(Vietnam, 1907 – France, 2001) Chrysanthemums Oil on canvas: 33,5 x 55 cm Signed and inscribed with Chinese character, lower right Provenance: Sotheby’s Hong Kong, October 2010, Lot 147 SGD 26,000 - 35,000 USD 19,760 - 26,600

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SUWAJI

(Yogyakarta, 1942) Figure Oil on canvas: 80 x 80 cm Signed, lower right: Suwaji SGD 3,500 - 4,500 USD 2,660 - 3,420 Born in Yogyakarta 1942. He studied at Indonesian Fine Art Academy Yogyakarta in 1958 and after graduated he teaches in that academy till this moment. His solo exhibition was held at Gothe German Institute. He participated in group exhibitions in several times besides exhibitions with “19 Pelukis Indonesia� in Singapore and Malaysia in 1967, he received the Wendy Sorenson Memorial Fund Aeard in 1977, group exhibitions in ASEAN countries (1985), solo exhibition at Melia purosari Hotel, Yogyakarta (1994), Fine Art Exhibition International Borobudur Festival in H. Widayat museum (2003).

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(Sukabumi, 1938) Pura Satria, Pasar Burung, 2006

(Bandung, 1982) Happy Life, 2013 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rief13

JOHN VAN DER STERREN

Oil on canvas: 40 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,140 - 1,520

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SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,520 - 2,280


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SUDARSO

(Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Sitting on Bamboo Chair, 1977 Oil on canvas: 115 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sudarso77 Literature: Nasjah Djamin. Sides Sudyarto, The World of Sudarso, Pubished by Hexart Publishing, Jakarta, 2005. pg. 27

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.

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) A Lake in The Forest

Oil on canvas laid onboard: 61 x 40 cm Signed, lower right: B. Abdullah Literature: Agus Dermawan, “Basoeki Abdullah Painter of Kings” Published by PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta 2016, pg. 160 SGD 14,000 - 20,000 USD 10,640 - 12,160 110

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UGO UNTORO (Purbalingga, 1970) Potret Biru, 2008

Oil on canvas: 100 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Ugo 008 SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,280 - 3,800

Born in Purbalingga, Central Java, 1970. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Art (ISI), Yogyakarta. He held his solo exhibitions at Cemeti Ctontemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1996, 1998), Kedai Kebun Gallery, Yogyakarta (1999), Essence Art Gallery, Jakarta (2000) and Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2002). He participated in several group exhibitions at Purna Budaya Yogyakarta, Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1997), Galeria Jangva, Helsinki, Finland (1998),T Singapore, National Gallery, Jakarta, Cemeti Art House, Bali, Queensland Art Gallery, Australia, Centrum van Beeldende Kunst, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (1999), Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2000, 2001, 2003), etc.

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S. TEDDY D (Padang, 1970) Untitled, 1994

Oil on canvas: 100 x 80 cm Signed and dated , lower left: 1994 Signed on the reverse SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,660 - 3,800

Born in Padang, West Sumatra, 1970. He studied at the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta (1992). He performed his solo exhibitions at Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1996, 1998), Kedai Kebun, Yogyakarta (1999), Essence Art Gallery, Jakarta (2000), and Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (2002). He joined in several group exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad, Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, and Germany.

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Workers in The Field, 2005 Acrylic on canvas: 34 x 50 cm Signed and ated, lower left: Arie Smit, 05 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 12,000 - 18,000 USD 9,120 - 13,680

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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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SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Pasar

Oil on canvas: 73 x 120 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah SGD 3,000 - 4,000 USD 2,280 - 3,040

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Untitled, 1993 Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: NS. Run 1993 SGD 800 - 1,500 USD 610 - 1,140

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HANDRIO

(Yogyakarta, 1926) Abstrak, 1974 Oil on canvas: 53 x 85 cm Signed and dated , lower left: HAN 74 SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,900 - 2,660

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Index Of Artist Abdullah Suriosubroto

13, 71, 81

Ibnu Nurwanto

32

S. Teddy D

65, 124

Adrien Jean Le Mayeur De Merpres

54, 105

Jason Montinola

22

Shi Xiang Tuo

28, 62

Affandi

72

Jeihan Sukmantoro

37, 51

Soedibio

70

Agung Mangu Putra

19, 83

John Vander Sterren

57, 119

Soetopo

38

Agus Djaya

108

Jumaldi Alfi

41

Srihadi Soedarsono

44, 76, 111

Agus Suwage

67

Koempoel Sujatno

9

Sudarso

121

Ahmad Sadali

34, 40

Le Pho

117

Sudjono Abdullah

126

Amaury Duparc

102

Lee Man Fong

5, 26, 80, 97

Sunaryo

68

Anak Agung Gede Sobrat

8

Lee Rern

52

Suwaji

118

Arie Smit

7, 69, 125

Leo Eland

12

Suzlee Ibrahim

20

Arifien Neif

16

Lim Wasim

48, 74, 88

Syarief Hidayat

120

Bagong Kusudiardja

46

Liu Kang

99

Tay Bak Koi

115

Basoeki Abdullah

6, 122

Loo Hooi Nam

55

Teguh Ostenrik

104

Bui Xuan Phai

109

Low Puay Hua

27

Teng Nee Cheong

14, 25, 98

Carel Lodewijk Dake, Jr

1

Lucien Frits Ohl

2, 4

Theo Meier

15

Chan Chang How

61

M. Irfan

66

Tong Chin Sye

87

Chen Chong Swee

100

Maryati Affandi

90

Ugo Untoro

36, 123

Chen Wen His

24, 82

Maung Myint Aung

93

Umi Dahlan

33

Chia Kong Chui

10

Nai Swee Leng

29, 60

Wakidi

58

Choong Kam Kow

110

Nashar

21

Widayat

49, 86

Chuah Seow Keng

39

Nasirun

89, 127

Wilhemus Jean Frederic Imandt 11

Dede Eri Supria

75

Ni Gusti Agung Galuh

56

Yunizar

42, 101

Endro

84

Nyoman Gunarsa

17, 96

Yusof Ghani

116

Ernest Dezentje

45, 94

Omar Yahya

106

Zhong Zheng Chuan

47

Fadjar Sidik

103

Otto Djaya

18

Zhou Chunya

43, 63

Gerard Pieter Adolfs

30, 77

Pardoli Fadli

3, 112

Zhou Yu Ying

78

Guo Wei

114

Popo Iskandar

23, 85

Handrio

128

Richard Winkler

64

Hendra Bayu Hermanto

107

Roedyat Martadiredja

73

Hendra Gunawan

50, 91

Ronald Ventura

113

Henri Chen Ke Zhan

79

Rudolf Bonnet

53

Heri Dono

31, 59

Rustamadji

95

I Made Djirna

92

S. Sudjojono

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MASTERPIECE SINGAPORE Southeast Asian, Chinese, Modern & Contemporary Art  

Auction : 14 April 2018 |6-10 pm Sheraton Towers Singapore Ballroom Level 2 (Mezzanine Floor)

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Auction : 14 April 2018 |6-10 pm Sheraton Towers Singapore Ballroom Level 2 (Mezzanine Floor)

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