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Southeast Asian, Chinese,Modern & Contemporary Art Singapore, 5 August 2017

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SAT, 5 AUGUST 2017

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WILLEM DOOIJEWAARD

(b. Amsterdam, Netherlands 1892 – 1980) North Africa Oil on board: 25 x 40 cm Signed, lower right: W. Dooijewaard SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,540 - 3,630

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LEO ELAND

(b. Java, 1884 – 1952) Kampung Minang Oil on board: 22 x 30 cm Signed lower right L. Eland SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180


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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) The Village Temple, 2006 Acrylic on canvas: 41 x 53.5 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Arie Smit06 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 12,000 - 18,000 USD 8,700 - 13,050 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. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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WILLEM VAN DER DOES

(Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1889 – 1966) Acther Minj Huis te Lawang bij Het Eerste Ochtendgloren Oil on board: 49 x 33 cm Signed, lower left: W.V.D.Does Provenance: Christie’s Amsterdam, 17 March 2004, lot 51 SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800 12

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Born in Rotterdam, 20 April 1889. He came to Indonesia ca. 1918 as a civil servant to survey the country. In this function he traveled all over the archipelago. The artist participated in several group exhibitions in Jakarta, Medan and Surabaya between 1918 and1939. He returned to the Netherlands in 1946, where he settled in Zeist. Painter, Illustrator and draughtsman of harbor scenes, City views, and landscapes, in an accurate impressionistic style.He died in Zeist, the Netherlands, February 3, 1966.


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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Scenery Arab Oil on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed , lower left: Ger. P Adolfs SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800 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. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Alimin Tamin Born in Solok, West Sumatra 1932. He learnt painting under S. Sudjojono and Harijadi. In 1952, he joined the Indonesian Young Artists Gallery. He founded Matahari painters association together with Nashar, Wakijan, Mardian, and others (1954). He also established the Kedatom Gallery, Danpasar, Bali (1960). Alimin began his study in painting under the guidance of S.Sudjojono and Harijadi in SIM (Young Indonesian Artists), Yogyakarta in 1952. In 1954, he moved to Jakarta, where together with Nashar, Wim Nirahua, Mardian, A. Wakidjan, and Alex Wetik, Alimin founded the Matahari Artists Association at Balai Budaya, Jakarta. In 1957, Alimin moved to Bali where he taught painting at the Department of Fine Arts and Architecture, Udayana University, Denpasar. Alimin and Gusti Sholihin co-founded “Kedaton Studio� in Denpasar in 1960 and he was the Chairman of CITRA - Indonesian Artists Association in Denpasar, Bali from 1975 to 1978. Alimin has participated in exhibitions in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Bandung, and Bali. Alimin was greatly fond of painting themes surrounding Balinese people and its traditions. In the present lot, Dua Gadis Bali, Alimin illustrates two Balinese ladies preparing offerings. One of the most striking things about Bali is the daily profusion of offerings. Offerings are important as they are to give pleasure to the gods and demons. They provide good karma to those who are involved in their preparations. Nearly every village has its own unique forms of offerings and some Balinese even spend all their lives making them. Women mostly, but not exclusively: it depends on type of offering. The work in preparing an offering, itself is an element of worship, and is regarded as part of its content. Here, Alimin present the arrangements of fruits and flowers for the offerings in decorative style. The realistic portrayal of the figures is described in a static scene with detail of clothing and ornaments. 006

ALIMIN TAMIN

(Solok, 1932) Dua Gadis Bali (Two Balinese Girls), 1967 Oil on canvas: 127 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Alimin, 1967 Provenance: private collector, Jakarta SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 10,880 - 14,500

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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Half Nude, 1971 Pastel on paper: 70 x 49 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Han Snel, Bali71 SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,540 - 3,630

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO

(Solo, 1938) Nova, 1998

Oil on canvas: 70 x 90 cm Signed and dated, middle right: Jeihan98 Titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with letter of authenticity from the artist SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Gadis Bali, 1991 Oil on canvas: 73 x 53 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim91 SGD 4,000 - 5,000 USD 2,900 - 3,630

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague,1976) Flamboyant Oil on board: 60 x 81 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

011 S. SUDJOJONO (Kisaran, North Sumatra 1914 – 1986) Boerenburg Park in Noordwijk, 1974 Crayon on paper: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, upper right: SS.101.1974 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Literature: Amir Sidharta, S. Sudjojono, Visible SoulPublished by Museum S. Sudjodjono, Pg. 322 SGD 4,700 - 5,500 USD 3,410 - 3,990 18

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LIM CHENG HOE

( 24 May 1912, Xiamen, China – 3 Sept 1979, Singapore) Lornie Trail Watercolour on paper: 53,5 x 38 cm Signed, lower right SGD 11,000 - 20,000 USD 7,980 - 14,500

Lim was recognized as one of the prominent pioneer watercolorists here and Malaya. While studying at Raffles Institution from 1928 – 1932, he received formal art training from Richard Walker (the 1st Art Inspector of Schools). When he left R.I., Lim continued with his deep interest in art inspired through the publications of art books and journals of Western art. His impressive watercolor techniques had influenced and inspired many watercolorists here and Malaya—artist Ong Kim Seng, being one of the notables here, acknowledged Lim’s mentorship for executing plein-air art.Through the years of this medium exploration and experimentation, Lim had developed and evolved his unique styles of watercolor treatment admired by many in the art fraternity. He was equally adept painting landscapes, rural and river scenes and also some contemporary subjects. Lim was a founding member of Singapore Watercolor Society in 1969, received the National Day Long Service Medal the same year. In 1972 and 1974, Lim was awarded the National Day Art Exhibition Certificate. Like the five pioneer artists Liu Kang, Chen Wen Hsi, Cheong Soo Pieng, Chen Chong Swee and Georgette Chen, Lim Cheng Hoe was honoured for his admirable contribution in the watercolor medium and was presented with a Retrospective Exhibition in 1986 by the National Museum Art Gallery, Singapore. MASTERPIECEFINE FINEART ART--SINGAPORE SINGAPORE MASTERPIECE

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Agung Mangu Putra Born in 1963 at Sangeh, Central Bali, Mangu Putra was trained in Yogyakarta at Indonesia’s premier art school, Institute Seni Indonesia (originally ASRI, the Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia). He majored in Design and Visual Communications and worked as a graphic designer until 1997 when he began to pursue career in the Fine Arts. This exciting and very talented artist has participated in a number of group and solo exhibitions throughout Indonesia as well as internationally in Singapore, China, South Korea, Australia, and the United Kingdom. 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. Mangu Putra’s works arise from intense contact with the world as a conscious expression of his main creative orientation. Representations of natural phenomena, along with the inner pulse of life, form the main stream of his search. The natural world, such as mountains and coasts, are depicted as identifiable objects. Some of his works with abstract designs imply natural images, such as the character of water and the texture and colours of earth or stone. Mangu seems to put nature as an endless source of his inspiration. The works he produces are from historical explorations depict a dialogue between his thoughts and feelings towards what he read and observed during his experiment. His paintings are not meant to inform, but rather to share his feelings and thoughts through art. He observed the historical events through photographs which later he reimagined those events and translated to his canvas.

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AGUNG MANGU PUTRA

(Sangeh, Bali, 1963) Jalan Setapak Di Tengah Rimba, 2015 Oil on canvas: 115 x 210 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Mangu Putra, 2015 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 30,000 - 40,000 USD 21,750 - 29,000

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AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Gumpalan Emas, 1977 Oil on paper: 40 x 37 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sadali77 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta SGD 4,500 - 6,000 USD 3,260 - 4,350 22

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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.


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ABDUL DJALIL “A.D.” PIROUS

(Meulaboh, Aceh, 1932) Semangat Rencong dan Gaung Sastra Perang, 2000 Mixed media on canvas: 50 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: AD. Pirous.2000 Provenance: private collection, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Larut Malam I, 1977 Acrylic on canvas: 90 x 135 cm Signed and dated, upper left: 4 Jan77 Titled on the reverse Literature: Nashar, Sebagai Simbol, pg. 29 SGD 5,000 - 8,000 USD 3,630 - 5,800

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AGUS DJAYA

(Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Woman with Water Jug Oil on canvas: 110 x 85 cm Signed , lower left: Agus Djaya SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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NGUYEN THANH BINH (Hanoi, 1955) Nude, 2011

Oil on canvas: 80 x 95 Signed and stamped, upper right This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Nude

Oil on canvas: 135 x 60 cm Signed, lower left: Basoeki Abdullah Provenance: private collection Jakarta SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 5,760 - 8,640 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. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Choo Keng Kwang Born in the year of 1931 in Singapore, Choo Keng Kwang is a first-generation Singaporean artist well-known for his oil paintings of landscape, animals and nature. He is an anchored figure in the Singapore art circle for traditional paintings as well as one of the most eminent Singapore first generation artist. As an artist, Choo is widely recognized as one of Singapore’s first-generation artists, along with his contemporaries such as Georgette Chen and Liu Kang. His artworks have been commissioned by royalty, dignitaries and governments. Choo is best known for his oil paintings of doves as symbols of peace and his enormously popular Singapore’s Chinatown scenes. A former teacher and school principal of Sin Hua School, he was Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA)’s head of Art Education until his retirement. He has held and participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions locally and abroad. Choo’s works convey “impressions” of the scene he painted. The viewer’s attention is drawn deliberately chosen focal points in the picture, the rest is faded off in a swirl of muted colours, leaving mind’s eye to fill in the missing details. Awards and honours 1976 Public Service Medal (PBM) for contribution to art, conferred by the late President Benjamin Sheares. 1981 Community Award, Bundaberg Art Society, Australia. 1983 Special Award, National Day Art Exhibition. 1986 Voluntary Service Medal for contribution to art, Singapore ART ’85 – 50th Anniversary, Society of Chinese Artists Award / Long Service Award (PBS) for contributions to education. 1989 Selected artist for Outstanding Singapore Artists Exhibition series, Ministry of Community Development.

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CHOO KENG KWANG (Singapore, 1931) Smith Street Singapore, 1976 Oil on canvas: 71 x 97 cm Signed and dated, lower right: SGD 15,000 - 25,000 USD 10,880 - 18,130

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FAN CHANG TIEN

(1907 - 1987) a. Untitled Chinese Ink and Watercolor on Paper: 34 x 34.5 cm Signed and stamped: lower left b. Untitled Chinese Ink and Watercolor on Paper: 34 x 34.5 cm Signed and stamped: lower left and lower right SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,090 - 1,450

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ABDULLAH SURIOSUBROTO

(1878–1914) Flamboyant

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TAN KIAN POR (China, 1949) Lotus

Chinese Ink: 64 x 36,7 cm Signed and stamped lower right stamped again upper right SGD 1,200 - 2,000 USD 870 - 1,450 28

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Oil on canvas: 60 x 45 cm Signed, lower left: Abdullah SGD 1,700 - 2,500 USD 1,230 - 1,810


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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Kampoeng Met Flamboyant En Personages Village Under The Flamboyant Tree, 1938 Oil on board: 45 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right : Ger.P.Adolfs.38 SGD 20,000 - 30,000 USD 14,500 - 21,750 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. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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BOB SICK YUDHITA AGUNG

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Crocodile Bob Handsome Always Indigo Indonesian Black Flowers Rose, 2016 Mixed media on canvas: 150 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Bob Yudhita Agung, Central Java, 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 1,800 - 2,500 USD 1,310 - 1,810 30

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Born in Yogyakarta, 26 May 1971. He learned art from the Indonesian Art Institute Yogyakarta. He received several awards and became a Golden Boy of the Yogyakarta Fine Art. He held his solo exhibitions in Yogyakarta and Jakarta 2000. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Indonesia as well as International.


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BATARA LUBIS

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Cat With Crab, 2001

Oil on canvas: 86 x 106 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica 2001 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

(Hutogodang, 1927 - 1986) Pasar, 1982 Oil on canvas: 79 x 113 cm Signed and dated, lower left: B. Lubis82 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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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. Chen Wen Hsi is Singapore’s foremost painter that combines Chinese and Western techniques in his semi abstract work. Chen Wen-hsi is renowned for his skill in painting animal themes. Chicken, gibbons, herons, carps and squirrels are some of his favourite subjects. Wen Hsi’s constant eagerness to strike for something new led him to learn finger painting – a technique that dates from the Tang Dynasty. This drawing style has enabled him to produce unpredictable broken stroke on paper. He developed his skill in finger painting, ink-and-brush, oil, sketches, abstracts and semi-abstract techniques. Every subject he paints, whether lotuses, gibbons, egrets, monkeys, squirrels, birds, or flowers and trees, is palpably vibrant.

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CHEN WEN HSI

(Baigong, Caozhu, 1906 – Singapore, 1992) Two Gibbons Chinese ink on rice paper: 90 x 50 cm Signed in chinese character and stamped, upper left Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta SGD 25,000 - 35,000 USD 18,130 - 25,380

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COLLABORATION CHEN WEN HSI and LI KAI LIN Lotus and Heron

Chinese Ink and Color on Paper : 68 x 138 cm SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,250 - 10,880

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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, C. Java, 1971) Panen Raya, 2011 Oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Pardoli011 SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Two Dancers, 1997

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MOCHTAR APIN

(Padang, 1923 – 1994) Di Bawah Sinar Bulan Purnama, 1964 Oil on canvas: 110 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Mochtar Apin, 1964 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta acquired directly from the artist. SGD 10,000 - 12,000 USD 7,250 - 8,700 36

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Born in Padang Panjang, West Sumatra, 1923. He graduated form the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1951 and continued his study of art and handicrafts in Amsterdam finished in 1953. Besides painting, he also created graphic works. His works have been exhibited in many countries. He was among the first who benefited from a Dutch formal education during the colonial period and was able to acquire a strong intellectual basis for producing modern art. From a very young age, he was able to nurture his artistic bent through special instruction from Dutch art teachers. He went on to pursue art at the Kunstnijverheid School in Amsterdam, and the Ecole Nationale Suprieure des Beaux Arts in Paris as well as the Deutsche Akademie der Kuenste in Berlin. Due to his extensive art studies, Mochtar Apin became proficient in a variety of techniques. With such knowledge, he was well equipped to debate on the role of art in Indonesia. In the Indonesian art world, Mochtar Apin’s diverse range of interests and unique versatility in style has left behind an artistic legacy that has held the interest of art connoisseurs to this day.


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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, 1971) Simponi Cendrawasih, 2016 Mixed media on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Pardoli’16 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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JENSEN EE

(Singapore, 1968) Matahari Terbit Dari Timur

Mixed media on canvas: 122 x 230 cm (5 pcs) Signed, lower right: Jensen Signed and titled on the reverse SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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Roland Strasser Roland Strasser was born in Vienna, Austria and studied art in Munich, Germany. Strasser was one of the great painter adventurers of the early 20th century, and one of the last Orientalist romantics. His energetic paintings and drawings captured and portrayed the lives of subjects from regions and cultures still considered “exotic” by European viewers of the era. Once described by an admirer as “a strange, restless painter, who was known for painting subjects that were difficult or even dangerous to paint. Early on he received a commission in Holland and from there Strasser became aware of Indonesian art and culture. In 1920, Strasser traveled first to Thailand, New Guinea, and finally Indonesia where he lived for a considerable amount of time. In Bali, Strasser met fellow artist Willem Dooijewaard which whom the two worked and travelled together. Strasser was especially drawn to the Balinese culture and captured this exotic new culture on canvas. In1952, Strasser migrated to the United States where he worked till his death in 1974. Stresser’s works are in the collection of many private collectors and museums internationally and is represented in the collection amassed by President Sukarno.

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ROLAND STRASSER (Vienna, 1885 – 1974) Seated Dancer

Oil on canvas: 74 x 54 cm Signed, lower left Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta SGD 35,000 - 50,000 USD 25,380 - 36,250

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AWIKI

(Surabaya, 1961) Harvest Oil on canvas: 80 x 95 cm Signed, lower left: AW SGD 7,500 - 9,000 USD 5,440 - 6,530

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


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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: 53 x 79 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,540 - 3,630

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THOMAS YEO

(b. 22 April 1936, Singapore) Craggy Mountain Mixed Media on Board: 78.5 x 60 cm Signed, lower left: T. Yeo SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350 MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Sri, 1994 Oil on canvas: 138 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: NS. Run94 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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EDO PILLU

(Bandung, 1969) Second Sex, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 200 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,200 - 3,000 USD 1,600 - 2,180

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BUDI UBRUX

(Yogyakarta, 1968) Waiting, 2007-2008 Oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: B. Ubrux.07-08 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 5,800 - 8,700 Born in 1968. He was graduated from the Institute of Fine Art (ISI) Yogyakarta. He had lived for 2 years in Switzerland to continue his study and working. He has participated in several exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas. He had his solo exhibition in Semarang Gallery (2002). He received awards as the first winner of PMIAA, a finalist for Asean Art Award (2000) in Singapore and Indofood Art Award, Jakarta (2002). Now he lives in Bantul, Yogyakarta.

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Affandi Born in Cirebon, March 11, 1907. He is considered as the Indonesian Artist par excellent. He was the founder of the Himpunan Pelukis Masyarakat (Community’s Artists Association (1946) and Himpunan Pelukis Rakyat (People’s Artists Association) in 1947, Affandi was committed to creating a new artistic idiom for Indonesia. In the early of 1950s he traveled to India for a grant from Indian Government, he held several one-man shows in several Indian Cities, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Italy. He received an Indonesian Art Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture (1969), the Dag Hammerskjoeld Prize from Italy (1977) and an Indonesian Government the First Class Merit (1978). His works were exhibited in major exhibitions in Asia, Europe, and the Americas and were also be acquired by major art collectors and institutions all over the world since the 1950s. Besides Borobudur, Affandi also painted other Indonesian icons, such as the Bird of Paradise and the Peacock. Affandi spent several days observing the charming peacocks at the Gembiraloka Zoo in Yogyakarta before finally painting this picture. Only after he managed to understand the creature’s behavior could he paint it.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Peacock, 1980 Oil on canvas: 98.5 x 129 cm Signed and dated, lower left: AF.1980 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Museum SGD 250,000 - 350,000 USD 181,250 - 253,750

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Kampung Pesapen Semarang no. 22, 1951 Oil on canvas: 55 x 46 cm Signed, lower right SGD 7,000 - 9,000 USD 5,080 - 6,530 46

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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.


044 JUMALDI ALFI (Lintau, West Sumatra, 1973) Untitled Oil on canvas: 70 x 95 cm SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,180 - 3,630

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RUSLI

(Medan, 1912 – Jakarta 2005) Odalan, 1965 Oil on canvas: 34 x 34 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Rusli, 1965 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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SHI WEI

(Hubei, China, 1965) Girl, 2007 Acrylic on canvas: 180 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Shi Wei.2007.12 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080 48

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Born in Hubei, China, 1965. He graduated from the High School of Hubei Art Institution in 1997. Present he is a lecturer of the Art Institution of Beijing. He has participated in several group exhibitions such as Art Documents Constitution and Freedom exhibition, City Wu Han (2005), Enchanted Modern Art Show, Beijing BIAC Art Center, China (2005), The Difference and Artificial, City Beijing, China (2005), Opening Exhibition of Beijing international Art Camp, Beijing, China (2005), The 7th Asia Art Festival, Korea (2003), Interface 5 Art Exhibition, Beijing, China (2000), Hu Bei Five Person Show, Wu Han, China (2000), Beijing Hilton watching View Modern Art Corridor, Beijing, China (1999), Beijing Ten Person Show, International Art Garden Museum, Beijing, China (1999).


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MA YUE

(Jilin Province, China, 1968) Squating Series (no.12), 2005 Oil on canvas: 90 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: 2005 SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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WANG RUI

(b. Xichang, Sichuan) Dating, 2006 Oil on canvas: 97 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: W. Rui06 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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Ahmad Sadali 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. The colors, the pieces, the etched gold tinsel, still remains one direction, a mystery. Something that was unreachable, but very large and powerful. In each of his works he always worshiped the Gods greatness. His paintings are sometimes full of question, because it relies on something that causes people to take them into account. He talked about something vague, something grand and beautiful. But because the technique and the intensity have reached a certain level, so we felt there was honesty in his search, he was so convincing. Sadali take us to the Lord’s feet with the fields of rich, colorful and emotionless. He had managed to relate us with the world beyond our reach. 049

AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Gunungan Emas, 1981 Mixed media on canvas: 114 x 88.5 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sadali, 1981 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta The present owner acquired the painting directly from the artist SGD 80,000 - 120,000 USD 58,000 - 87,000

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BARLI SASMITAWINATA (Bandung, 1921) Pelabuhan, 1993

Oil on canvas: 72 x 55 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Barli, 1993 SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800 52

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Born in Bandung, March 18, 1921. He started to paint since 1935 with Kelompok Lima Bandung. He studied painting from Jos Pluimentz and Luigi Nobili. He also studied the model drawing in Academia Grande de la Chaumiere (Paris) and the Academy of Fine Art Amsterdam in 1957. He received awards from Jaarmarktprijss Surabaya, Keimin Bunka Shidoso Jakarta, Barisan Propaganda Jabar, Culturele Stichting Samenwerking Nederland Indonesia (Holland).


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LEO HEE TONG (b.1940, Singapore) Fishing Village, 1967

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PATRICK TEO

(b.1942, Singapore) Cascade of Scarlet, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 101 x 86 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pateo, 26 May 2017 SGD 5,500 - 8,000 USD 3,990 - 5,800 Stepping into Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) for his visual arts education in 1961 was the starting point for Patrick Teo’s career in art and design. He had the priviledge of being under the tutelage of Georgette Chen. During the impoverished period, although passionate about the visual arts, he directed his energy into Graphic Designing. It was 20 years later that he sought for something more challenging and embarked into jewellery design in 1983. Before long, Patrick won prestigious awards at international competitions for his creations. He was even presented with the prestigious International Diamond Jewelry Award in 1990. 2007 was a memorable year for Patrick. Galleries started recognizing his works and so did the media. Since then, he has become increasingly involved in the Singapore art community through memberships with Club NAFA, NAFA Alumni Association, the Singapore Art Society. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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ZEF CHEVALLIER

(B. Jakarta, Indonesia 1959) New World Series Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 5,800 - 7,250

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Zef Chevallier born in Jakarta, 10 February 1959. He is a multi talented artist, graphic designer, and fashion and interior designer whose works are the results of the different cultures which he has experienced. Born in Indonesia, Zef moved to the Netherlands in 1977 where he spent 26 years working, studying, and absorbing the Dutch culture. Zef worked for 11 years before deciding to further his education and enrolled in the Leiden Educational Institution (LOI), Leiden, Netherlands in Interior Art Design and Architecture. During his education, Zef worked on his own art design and oil paintings, and his art was exhibited in art galleries in Roosendaal, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam from 1991 to 1995. Exposed to different cultures and coming from Indonesia, who has been colonized by different cultures as the Portuguese, Japanese, and Dutch, Zef’s paints his philosophy of the future and how a cohesive world should be. In Zef’s words, “The new world that is our destination no matter if we are still alive or dead. The message for our future lies in peace, happiness, freedom, and love. No human power, no religion, no politics, no sadness, no illness, no wars, and everybody in the new world living in equal societies, respect, and are honest to one another”.


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THOMAS YEO

(b. 22 April 1936, Singapore) New Urban Landscape, 1984 Mixed media on canvas: 105,5 x 121 cm Signed, lower right: Tyeo Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 10,000 - 20,000 USD 7,250 - 14,500

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JULNAIDI MS.

(Padang, 1973) Kehidupan Ruang Jiwa, 2007

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Ong Kim Seng Born in 1945 in Singapore, a self-taught observer, traveler and passionate learner- Ong Kim Seng has climbed the ranks of formal appreciation to claim his title as one of the most celebrated water colorists. He is considered as one of Singapore’s most prominent artistic icons. The artist has shown mastery over the capture of light, often basking his creations in the warmth of sunlight, expertly using positive space and shadows to create stunningly realistic depictions of silhouettes and representation. Ong Kim Seng has exhibited worldwide and won a multitude of awards, including six awards from the American Watercolor Society, and the coveted Cultural Medallion for visual arts by the Ministry Of Information and the Arts, Singapore. The artist was also President of the Singapore Watercolor Society from 1991 to 2001 when he became Honorary President. Ong’s works have graced the collections of a number of museums and art galleries as well as the residences of foreign dignitaries such as Queen Elizabeth II of England and Kofi Annan, the Secretary-General of the United Nations. His works are also exhibited in foreign missions and embassies of the Republic of Singapore. 056

ONG KIM SENG (Singapore, 1945) Italy, 1997

Oil on canvas: 112 x 82 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kim Seng97 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 22,000 - 28,000 USD 15,950 - 20,300

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AGUS SUWAGE

(Purworejo, 1959) 1000 Years Series:Yasser Arafat, 2006 Oil on canvas: 150 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Agus Suwage, 2006 SGD 9,500 - 12,000 USD 6,890 - 8,700 58

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Born in Purworejo, 1959. He studied at Bandung Institute of Technology (1979 – 1986), Artist in Residence in QUT, Brisbane, Australia (199a6), and Artist in Residence in “Sai-no-kuni” Saitama, the Museum of Modern Art, Japan (1999 – 2000). He performed his solo exhibitions in H Block Gallery, QUT, Brisbane, Australia (1996), Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1998), Gen Gallery & Public Center Koshigaya, Saitama, Japan (2000), and Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2001, 2002). He joined several group exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas, Jakarta Art and Design Expo, Jakarta (1992), Art Gallery Conink, the Netherlands (1993), Cheju Pre-Biennale, South Korea (1995), Phillip Morris ASEAN Art Award, National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (1996), Tachikawa International Art Festival (1999), Museo de la Cuida de Mexico, Museum of Mexico (2000), Circle Point Gallery, Washington DC, USA (2002), etc.


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DONOVAN PHITY (Pontianak, 1968) Peace on Earth, 2008

Oil on canvas: 200 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Donovan Phity, 2008 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,500 - 4,000 USD 1,810 - 2,900

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OTTO DJAYA

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Menggoda, 1997 Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1997 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Untitled, 1999 Oil on canvas: 250 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ns. Tun.1999 SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,250 - 10,880 Born in Cilacap, October 1, 1965. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta (1987 – 1994). He received awards for the best sketches and paintings from ASRI, selected as one of the five best paintings at Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia (Indonesian Fine Arts Foundation) – Philip Morris Indonesian Art Award, and entered to the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila, the Philippines. He held his solo exhibitions at the Galeri Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian National Gallery) in 2000 and participated in Soul Ties exhibition in Singapore Art Museum.

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SALIM / SARAOCHIM SALIM (Medan, 1908 – Paris, 2008) Hijau, Aku cinta Padamu Hijau, 1992

Oil on canvas: 81 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Salim92 Literature: Ajip Rosidi, SALIM, Un peintre Indonesien a Paris, pg. 66 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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HERI DONO

(Jakarta, 1960) Bicara Cinta Kasih Dengan Pistol Pastel on paper: 66 x 78 cm Signed, lower left: Heri Dono SGD 2,200 - 2,500 USD 1,600 - 1,810 This work tells about people or political parties who talked about peace issues of social and humanity. In practice they still tend to commit acts of violence against the people to impose their ideological will.

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Choo Keng Kwang Mr Choo’s passion for Fine Art started when he was just a child. His interest was sparked from the comics and cartoons he liked to read and watch. Mr Choo did not follow the path of a full-time artist upon his graduation from Catholic High School and NAFA in 1953. He began as a teacher and principal at Sin Hua School and was the Head of Art Education at NAFA from 1984 until his retirement. Despite his teaching commitments, he would spend his free time and afternoons after work doing what he loves – painting. Artist Choo Keng Kwang is famous for painting scenes of old Chinatown and doves. Mr Choo’s oil paintings look romantic and beautiful at first glance, with a strong nostalgic vitality that will appeal to the masses. From his beloved doves to his muse, Chinatown, his Nanyang-style works feature a wide array of subjects in various countries, made in woodcuts, oil and batik-style painting. There is history in all these paintings. He shows us his paintings of old Chinatown, which capture nostalgic scenes of the wet market. Chinatown was one of his favourite themes along with the Singapore river scenes and market. After the old Chinatown was demolished, he switched to painting doves. In his dove paintings, the backgrounds are always misty and the doves are looking at one another, and they seem to be communicating. The doves are drawn in different postures and they are composed to look natural.

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CHOO KENG KWANG (Singapore, 1931) Singapore River, 1964

Oil on canvas: 59 x 85 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 1964 Keng Kwang SGD 35,000 - 50,000 USD 25,380 - 36,250

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Suara Alam II, 1984 Oil on canvas: 65 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 3.12.84 SGD 3,700 - 4,500 USD 2,680 - 3,260

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BOB SICK YUDHITA AGUNG

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Adam, Hawa dan Saya, 2016

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UMBERTO MARIANI

(b. Milan,16 November 1936) La Forma Celata 04-2015 Rose Vinyl and sand on lead sheet : 120 x 90 cm SGD 14,000 - 18,000 USD 10,150 - 13,050

Umberto Mariani was born in Italy in 1936. He graduated from the Accademia di Brera under Achille Funi with honours. He lives and works in Milan, Italy, and has become the subject of academic essays by virtually every critic in Italy. Umberto Mariani is a Post-War multimedia artist whose work exudes a special affinity to the folds of textiles. Although he studied the masters of the Romantic period and was surrounded with the emerging movements of Pop Art and Surrealism, the most profound influences he drew his style from were the Classical Greek statues that he grew up observing on the streets of Italy. Mariani’s fascination with the delicate folds of fabric carved out of the hard white marble would later develop into a desire to ma- nipulate the material. He picked up his first projects doing monumental narrative work for the St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican as well as mosaics and frescos for the St. Antony Sanctuary in Rome during the 1960s; and in the 1970s he was widely exhibited in Europe at institutions such as the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels and the Musée Moderne in Paris. Best known for his complex draperies on irregular-shaped canvases, his work explores illusions of light and shadow created within the folds of fabric. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Balinese Ceremony, 1992

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Kehidupan Malam, 1993

Oil on canvas: 60 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim92 Signed and dated on the reverse

Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1993

SGD 7,000 - 9,000 USD 5,080 - 6,530

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MOCHTAR APIN

(Padang, 1923 – 1994) Nude, 1991 Oil on canvas: 70 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Mochtar Apin 91 SGD 12,000 - 18,000 USD 8,700 - 13,050

Born in Padang Panjang, West Sumatra, 1923. He graduated form the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1951 and continued his study of art and handicrafts in Amsterdam finished in 1953. Besides painting, he also created graphic works. His works have been exhibited in many countries. He was among the first who benefited from a Dutch formal education during the colonial period and was able to acquire a strong intellectual basis for producing modern art. From a very young age, he was able to nurture his artistic bent through special instruction from Dutch art teachers. He went on to pursue art at the Kunstnijverheid School in Amsterdam, and the Ecole Nationale Suprieure des Beaux Arts in Paris as well as the Deutsche Akademie der Kuenste in Berlin. Due to his extensive art studies, Mochtar Apin became proficient in a variety of techniques. With such knowledge, he was well equipped to debate on the role of art in Indonesia. In the Indonesian art world, Mochtar Apin’s diverse range of interests and unique versatility in style has left behind an artistic legacy that has held the interest of art connoisseurs to this day. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Popo Iskandar Born in Garut, December 17, 1927. He 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. His works were mostly on animal such as chicken, cat, and tiger. He held his solo exhibitions at Taman Ismail Marzuki Arts Center, Jakarta (1987, 1992, and 1994), National Gallery, Jakarta (1999) and participated in group exhibitions at KIAS, USA (1990), The Best of Indonesia, Jakarta (1997), and Slovenia Gradec (1997). For Popo, the artistic process is no different from the cultural process, that is, it is a long process of study. Every painting is like a reflection. It is an integral part of every one of Popo’s efforts of the past, the present and the future. One of Popo’s works is not a record of what he has seen, but rather an interpretation of what he has observed through subject matter. Popo’s repetitive themes are not merely duplicates his ideas, but an accumulation of his endless exploration towards his rich experiences. 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. 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.

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Dua Macan dan Bulan, 1997 Oil on canvas: 92 x 124 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 97 SGD 22,000 - 30,000 USD 15,950 - 21,750

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Journey of The Peaceful Borobudur, 2015 Acrylic on canvas and wood: 128 x 128 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica, 2015 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,500 - 5,000 USD 2,540 - 3,630

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JOHN VAN DER STERREN

(Sukabumi, 1938) Quiet Afternoon Near Klungkung, Bali, 2000

Oil on canvas: 60 x 70 cm Signed, lower right: Van Der Sterren Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: DIDIER HAMEL, VAN DER STERREN, A Tropical Journey, Published by Hexart Publishing, pg. 170 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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UGO UNTORO

(Purbalingga, 1970) Human Make It, 2007 Oil on canvas: 150 x 150 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: Human Make It, Ugo.007 SGD 6,000 - 7,000 USD 4,350 - 5,080

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. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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ABAS ALIBASYAH (Purwakarta, 1928) Village, 1997

Oil on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas97 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: 65 x 100 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje Signed, titled and and dated on the reverse SGD 2,500 - 4,000 USD 1,810 - 2,900

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KHAW SIA

(b. Shanghai, China 1913 – d. Malaysia1984) Orchids Watercolor on Paper: 38 x 56.5cm Signed and chopped in chinese character, lower right SGD 1,000 - 1,200 USD 730 - 870

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) After The Ceremony, 2001 Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left : Arie Smit 01 Signed, titled, dated on reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

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

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Affandi Affandi’s works are explosions of paint on canvas, expressing the observed world through pure impulse and energy. During the period of 1980’s, Affandi has been using vivid colours like red, yellow, light green and bright blue. His former black murky tones have been replaced by a greater part of the canvas being left blank. Though 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. Affandi never thought much about painting styles. His attention was focused more on basic principles, such as his love for what is natural. There are some works that use natural landscapes as their subject matter. Affandi especially liked to depict seascapes, or coastal landscapes with fishing boats. However, these works are far from being naturalistic, as they are hardly related to the matter of sky color, as affected by the sunlight. The natural landscapes seen in Affandi’s paintings do not show any “realistic effect”, either. It is generally known that Affandi’s landscapes – as well as other paintings – reveal lines (the result of paint applied directly on the canvas using the painter’s hands instead of brushes) that area arabesque and staccato in nature ant rhythm. The images in many of his landscapes are even difficult to recognize. His feelings about the land and its people, like farmer, fisherman, and vendor can be seen in the present lot. The boats are coloured in dark hues acknowledge the shadows and the mystery inherent in daily life, especially in Bali.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Boat and The Sun, 1985 Oil on canvas: 110 x 146 cm Signed and dated, lower right: AF.1985 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Literature: Sardjana Sumichan “AFFANDI” vol.II, Published by Bina Lestari Budaya Foundation - Jakarta and Singapore Art Museum - Singapore, pg. 326 SGD 95,000 - 120,000 USD 68,880 - 87,000

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FILIPPOÂ SCIASCIA

(Palma di Montechiaro, Italy, 1972) Red.012, 2004 Oil on canvas: 162 x 115 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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SUDARSO

(Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Wanita Desa, 1953 Oil on canvas: 112 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sudarso 53 SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

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RONALD MANULANG

(Tarutung, North Sumatra, 1954) MM-Bk, Legend To Legend, 2009 Oil on canvas: 200 x 168 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ronald Manullang, Agust, 2009 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 12,000 - 18,000 USD 8,700 - 13,050

Ronald Manulang painting technique has developed from the classical tradition of realism mixed with ideas of pop arts. His objects are human figures that are deconstructed in terms of their roles and positions. They are people of old times. This means he has to make a journey into time to be able to make these people and shapes the objects of his artworks. But, the paintings that show special objects with clear time that is today are a series of his self-portraits paintings. He makes use of any available pictures and photographs. He also uses computer using Photoshop and Corel Draw program. By using computer he wants to pursue the accuracy of facial character, precision of composition and coloring. After printing the image, he manually paints the image in scale adjusted with the canvas. With soft brushstrokes, color or black-white halftone technique, he tries to obtain certain degree of plasticity of the object. He illustrates the object in great details, especially for the series of his history parody. His hatching and brushstroke technique almost reach the quality of photography, even if viewed from very close range. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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One of the greatest Baroque sculptors, and the only one to rival Bernini (15981680), the Italian artist Alessandro Algardi was the main exponent of the style known as high baroque classicism. This was a style mid-way between the dramatic naturalism of Bernini and the restrained classicism of the Flemish artist Francois Duquesnoy (1594-1643), and was the forerunner of many monuments in Italy, France and Flanders. Active mainly in Rome, Algardi is best known for three major works of Baroque sculpture: the Tomb of Pope Leo XI (1634-44), the colossal relief-sculpture of Pope Leo Driving Attila from Rome (1646-53) - both in St Peter’s Basilica in Rome - and the sculptural group of The Decapitation of St Paul (1641-47) in S Paolo, Bologna. Also famous for his portrait busts, he is considered to be one of the finest ever portrait sculptors and a master of marble sculpture.

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ALESSANDRO ALGARDI

(1595, Bologna, Italy - 1654, Rome) Da Titolare Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm SGD 7,000 - 11,000 USD 5,080 - 7,980

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I MADE DJIRNA

(Ubud, 1957) Garis Perjalanan, 2010

Mixed media on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Djirna, 2010 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080


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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Red Crown Rooster, 1990 Oil on canvas: 70.5 x 60.5 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 90 SGD 12,000 - 15,000 USD 8,700 - 10,880

Born in Garut, December 17, 1927. He 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. His works were mostly on animal such as chicken, cat, and tiger. He held his solo exhibitions at Taman Ismail Marzuki Arts Center, Jakarta (1987, 1992, and 1994), National Gallery, Jakarta (1999) and participated in group exhibitions at KIAS, USA (1990), The Best of Indonesia, Jakarta (1997), and Slovenia Gradec (1997).

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Srihadi Soedarsono Srihadi express the essence of classical Javanese dances such as the bedoyo Ketawang as a symbolic definition of life. The slow, gentle, refined movements of the dance inspire a mood of contemplation. With the refined music of the Javanese gamelan accompaniment, the entire dance seems to be a form of meditation, thereby justifying its description as a sacred dance. In philosophical terms, the dance movements have meaning and they symbolize principles of ethnics and aesthetics. They also express the level of sublime spiritual energy of the dancer. 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 are 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) Bedaya Ketawang-Moment of Contemplation, 2016 Oil on canvas: 150 x 160 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi S.2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Accompanied with photo of artist with the painting Provenance: Private collection Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 120,000 - 180,000 USD 87,000 - 130,500

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AGUS RIYADI

(Sleman, Yogyakarta, 1979) Zoo, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Riyadi 2017 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Blessing Last Supper Version, 2013 Acrylic on canvas : 100 x 300 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 6,000 - 9,000 USD 4,350 - 6,530

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ALIT SEMBODO

(Magelang, 1973 – 2003) The Prince, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 140 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Alit Sembodo, 2003 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist family SGD 20,000 - 25,000 USD 14,500 - 18,130

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SUWAJI

(Yogyakarta, 1942) Penari Latar, 2008 Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Suwaji, 2008 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Pandawa, 1993 Oil on canvas: 80 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: NS. Run. 93 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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PUTU SUTAWIJAYA (Bali, 1971) Selalu Hidup, 2005

Mixed media on canvas: @110 x 80 cm (2 panel) Signed and dated, lower left: Putu Sutawijaya, 2005 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

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

SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 5,800 - 8,700

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S. Sudjojono 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 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. S. Sudjojono paintings often derived from his fantasy and memory he personally experienced. He often put joyful humor as a cloak over his painting. It’s an image that sometimes gets into his works because humor was always passing by his life. Because of his sense of humor, his works tends to trigger a smile or laughter if not poetic, sentimental, emotional or heroic. His works often come to us in caricature spirit. He used a combination of fantasy and memory to create his surrealistic landscapes. 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.

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S. SUDJOJONO

(Kisaran, 1914 – 1986) Bertahan, 1971 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed, titled and dated, upper right: SS.101.Djak 1971, Bertahan Signed, upper left: S. Sudjojono Provenance: Private collection Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 45,000 - 60,000 USD 32,630 - 43,500

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WIDAYAT

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Jeti A. Model Saya, 2000 Oil on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: H. Widajat 2000 Artist with the model

Accompanied with photo of artist & the model SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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Born in Kutoarjo, Central Java, 1919. He studied at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta and Ceramics and Landscape, Nagoya, Japan (1960). He received BKPM award (1953), a cultural award from the Indonesian Government (1972), the Best Biennial Painting, Yogyakarta (1986) and the ASEAN Award, Brunei Darussalam (1993). His works have been shown throughout Indonesia and abroad. He performed his solo exhibitions in Yogyakarta (1983), Jakarta (1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000 and participated in joint exhibition in Japan, Netherlands and United States for KIAS (1990 – 1991).


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JOSEPHINE LINGGAR (Jember, East Java, 1943) Sang Primadona

Oil on canvas: 75 x 65 cm SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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DIROT KADIRAH

(Indramayu, 1972) Sepasang Nelayan, 2016 Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dirot, 2016 SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,180 - 3,630

First time learning painting from Sudarso, one of the well-known senior artists in Indonesia, and later moved to Bali to sharpen his talent from Balinese senior and young artist. His works portrays the daily life of Indonesian people in his own perceptions, and his technique is quite different from the art style favorite among by his peers with bright color. He had been active in many solo exhibitions since 1994.

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AGUS SUWAGE

(Purworejo, 1959) Indonesia Lovely Country, Gemah Ripah Loh Jinawai, 1999 Water on paper: 73 x 53 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Agus Suwage 99 SGD 3,200 - 4,500 USD 2,320 - 3,260

Born in Purworejo, 1959. He studied at Bandung Institute of Technology (1979 – 1986), Artist in Residence in QUT, Brisbane, Australia (199a6), and Artist in Residence in “Sai-nokuni” Saitama, the Museum of Modern Art, Japan (1999 – 2000). He performed his solo exhibitions in H Block Gallery, QUT, Brisbane, Australia (1996), Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta (1998), Gen Gallery & Public Center Koshigaya, Saitama, Japan (2000), and Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2001, 2002). He joined several group exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas, Jakarta Art and Design Expo, Jakarta (1992), Art Gallery Conink, the Netherlands (1993), Cheju Pre-Biennale, South Korea (1995), Phillip Morris ASEAN Art Award, National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (1996), Tachikawa International Art Festival (1999), Museo de la Cuida de Mexico, Museum of Mexico (2000), Circle Point Gallery, Washington DC, USA (2002), etc.

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DEDE ERI SUPRIA

(Jakarta, 1956) Doa Pasukan Kuning - The Prayer of the Yellow Troops, 1993 Oil on canvas: 84 x 70.5 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria, 1993 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: Agus Dermawan T. “DEDE”, Elegi On Mega Cities, Published by AiA Fine Art Foundation, Jakarta 1999, pg.. 113 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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WILLEM DOOIJEWAARD (Amsterdam, 1892 – 1980) Gezeten Mongoolse Man Oil on board: 34 x 22.5 cm SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1892. He studied arts and craft in Amsterdam for three years. He once worked as administration staff for Sumatra Plantation Company in 1913. He first visited Bali in 1918 then traveled extensively throughout the island to paint. He also went to Europe as well as remote areas in Asia and North Africa. Most of his works were absorbed from the local cultures that enabled him to paint unusually intimate portraits. He died in his homeland, Amsterdam, 1980.

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Sunaryo Born in Banyumas, Central Java, 1943. He studied at Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) majoring Art Department in 1969 and continued to study marble carving for 7 months at Carrara, Italy in 1975. Sunaryo is an artist who mixes figurative themes with abstract backgrounds using very refined color palette and graceful lines that show great technical mastery. His works are dominated with lines and forms, mostly found in the use of white, brown, grey and black colors. Since 1978, his works have been granted numerous awards such as Honourable Mention in The Phillip Morris Group of Companies Asean Art Awards (1994,1995,1996), Honorable mention from Indonesian Minister of Tourism and Culture for enhancing Indonesian paintings creativity (1998). 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. Sunaryo’s dancer figures theme are very much loved and enjoyed by art lovers. Sometimes the figures have become stereotypes but each has its own particular nuances to the character.

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SUNARYO

(Banyumas, 1943) Persiapan Pentas, 1996 Mixed media on canvas: 99.5 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sunaryo 96 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 30,000 - 40,000 USD 21,750 - 29,000

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KOEH SIA YONG

(b.1938) A Pandemonium of Parrots, 1994 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koeh 94 SGD 2,500 - 4,000 USD 1,810 - 2,900

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JB. IWAN SULISTYO

(Kudus, Central Java, 1954) Kampung Nelayan Sekitar Pantura, 2006 Oil on canvas: 80 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jb. Iwan Sulistyo 06 Titled, Lower middle: Kampung Nelayan Sekitar Pantura SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,090 - 1,450

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REV SONG NIAN (China, 1911-1997) Landscape

Chinese in on paper: 61 x 35.5 cm Lower right, center left, top left Signed and titled SGD 1,400 - 3,000 USD 1,020 - 2,180

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CHOO KENG KWANG (Singapore, 1931) Malay Village, Pulau Tekong

Oil on canvas: 71 x 96.5 cm Signed, lower right SGD 10,000 - 20,000 USD 7,250 - 14,500

He was born in June 3, 1931 in Singapore. He studied at Catholic High School. He continued to study painting at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and graduated in 1953 at the age of 21. He learned art from his guidance of his father, Choo Kim Kye. He became Head of the Art Education Department at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. He received awards The Public Service Medal, PBM (Art), Commendation award, and Bundaberg Art Society. He has been actively participating in several group exhibitions in many countries such as Taiwan, Japan, USA, Monaco, and France. He started on-thespot painting in his 30s. He awarded the Public Service Medal in 1976. He had also held several solo exhibitions in Malaysia, Singapore, USA, and Indonesia.

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Hendra Gunawan 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.

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HENDRA GUNAWAN (Bandung, 1918 – 1983) Tiga Wanita dan Bunga, 1975

Oil on canvas: 90 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hendra 75 Provenance: Private collection of prominent collector Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 110,000 - 150,000 USD 79,750 - 108,750

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Berlayar, 1977 Oil on canvas: 89 x 138 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 17-9-77 SGD 6,000 - 9,000 USD 4,350 - 6,530

106 UMI DACHLAN (Cirebon, 1942 – Bandung, 2009) Cokelat Mixed media on canvas: 90 x 80 cm Signed, lower right: Umi D Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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IBNU NURWANTO (Yogyakarta. 1957) Ironi, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Titled and dated on the reverse SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350 Born in Yogyakarta, 1957. From 1974 – 1975, he studied art at Lembaga Pendidikan Kesenian Jakarta. Besides sculptor, Ibnu also creates paintings in his distinctive character. He actively participated in several group exhibitions since 1974 until 2008. Since 1988, he had performed his solo exhibition at Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), Jakarta until 2012. He joint several group painting exhibition in Jakarta at Institute Kesenian Jakarta, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Balai Budaya, and Galeri Nasional (1974 – 2013). Until present his works have been in the collection of art collectors in Jakarta, other big cities in Indonesia, as well as abroad.

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Affandi Affandi was taught at the Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts in Yogyakarta in early 1955. He received a scholarship from the U. S. government to study arts education in 1957, after participating in International exhibitions in Brazil and Italy. He was made an Honorary Professor of Painting by Ohio State University, and in 1974 was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Singapore. He also received the Peace Award from the Dag Hammarskjoeld Foundation in 1977, and the title of Grand Maestro in Florence, Italy. 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’s paintings dominated with a strong and distinctive character build in humanistic point of view. The theme of his paintings always forwarded the humanity aspects of many events. He was a very intuitive and emotional painter, and his works were heartfelt expressions. He only painted what he observed and never approached his works from any kind of philosophical or analytical starting point.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Balinese Woman, 1973 Oil on canvas: 127 x 97 cm Signed, upper right: Affandi Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 75,000 - 90,000 USD 54,380 - 65,250

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109 ONG KIM SENG (Singapore, 1945) Telok Ayer Temple, 2016 Watercolor on paper: 53 x 72 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Kim Seng 16 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 12,000 - 20,000 USD 8,700 - 14,500

Born in Singapore, 1945 and has been a full-time artist since 1985. He has participated in group and solo exhibitions at Singapore and in the United States, China, United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Belgium, Federal Republic Of Germany, France, Middle East, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the ASEAN countries. Ong, President of the Singapore Watercolour Society from 1991 to 2001, Cultural Medallion winner (Visual Art) in 1990 and winner of six awards by the prestigious American Watercolourt Society, of which he was conferred membership in 1992. He is also the only Asian artist outside the USA to be admited into AWS.

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Chinese Market Oil on canvas laid on board: 30 x 25 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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HO KAH LEONG

(Singapore, 1937) Changi Village, 1996

Oil on canvas: 59 x 91 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Frits Ohl SGD 8,000 - 12,000 USD 5,800 - 8,700

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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.

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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 10,880 - 14,500

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KOEBOE SARAWAN

(Malang, 1961) Asmara Sepanjang Zaman, 2000 Oil on canvas: 71 x 58 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Koeboe, 2000 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist SGD 14,000 - 20,000 USD 10,150 - 14,500

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Indonesian Street Sellers Oil on canvas: 76.5 x 61 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl SGD 6,000 - 9,000 USD 4,350 - 6,530

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Kecak Dance, 1999

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 99 SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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Li Tianbing Born in 1974, in the southern province of Guilin, China, Tianbing Li moved to Paris at the age of 22 to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Here he came in contact with a wealth of visual and cultural resources and formal histories. Surrounded by such diversity, Tianbing Li quickly developed a distinctive visual language with which to express his own cultural origins. This draws on both traditional Chinese techniques and contemporary Western references. His work was soon commanding a similar level of international attention afforded to elder contemporaries such as Zhang Huan and Yan Pei Ming. When Tianbing Li arrived in Paris he had with him a tiny album of just five small, black and white photographs of himself as a young boy. To have childhood photographs of oneself was a privilege in 1970s China. A family-owned camera was a rare and expensive commodity and so children’s formative years went largely unrecorded. Tianbing Li ‘s father worked as a soldier in the army’s propaganda unit and was able to intermittently borrow a camera to record his son’s infancy at the ages of three, four and five years old. These images have come to play an integral role in Li Tianbing’s work. Being an only child in China was a condition shared by many children of his generation, and one the artist has described as a deeply lonely experience with profound psychological effects. Consequently, the artist often sought refuge in his own imagination, inventing games inhabited by fictitious characters. This compelling biography informs Tianbing Li ‘s poetic childhood portraits and we see it in its most vivid expression in 2006 with the introduction of an imagined brother to his painterly repertoire. Later works depict the artist accompanied by a host of brothers and playmates, which have come to form a complete yet entirely ‘imagined’ family album. On a personal level the paintings offer an intimate portrait of a fantasized childhood, where fiction and fantasy seamlessly merge. On a far wider reaching scale, the work articulates the shared loss of a generation who grew up under an authoritative dictate exercised at its most personal level. Li’s compositions interweave the dualities present in China today: East and West, communism and capitalism, ancient culture and modern consumerism. Li has held solo exhibitions at: Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; L&M Arts Gallery, New York; Galerie Albert Benamou, Paris; Galerie Loft, Beitou; Kashya Hildebrand Gallery, Zurich; Galerie Deborah Zafman, Paris. He has also exhibited internationally in group exhibitions at notable institutions including: Today Art Museum, Beijing; Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai; National Museum of Fine Arts, Beijing, China; Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Spain and Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong. The artist currently lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.

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LI TIANBING

(b. 1974) Bataille Devant Les Pixels, 2009 Oil on canvas: 160 x 200 cm SGD 42,000 - 56,000 USD 30,450 - 40,600

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LI JIKAI

Pilot, ed 19/30, 2006 Screenprint : 55 x 75 cm Signed, lower area SGD 2,000 - 4,000 USD 1,450 - 2,900

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DEWA PUTU MOKOH

(Pengosekan, Ubud,Bali, 1936) Rocker, 2007 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 80 cm Signed, lower right: Mokoh Signed and dated on the reverse SGD 2,200 - 3,000 USD 1,600 - 2,180

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Happy Rooster, 2013

Acrylic on canvas : 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: erica 2013 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,180 - 3,630

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Lang Javas Noorokhst Weg By Pekalongan Oil on canvas: 40 x 50 cm Signed, lower left: Ger. P. Adolfs SGD 11,000 - 18,000 USD 7,980 - 13,050

Gerard Pieter Adolfs was born on 2 January 1898 in Semarang, Central Java. He spent his youth in Java and received at home his first artistic inspirations. His father, Gerardus Cornelis Adolfs, was an architect and a versatile amateur (painter, photographer, piano and violin player as well as a pole vaulter). Adolfs studied architecture in Amsterdam. After graduating, he was drawn back to Java, were he designed houses in Yogyakarta, Solo and Surabaya. But soon he swapped the drawing pen for the dry-point, pencil and brush and from then on dedicated his whole life to painting. He was already well-known as a talented advertising illustrator, when in 1924 he was first introduced to the public of Yogyakarta as a painter, water-colourist and graphic artist. Each year Adolfs travelled for a few months, leaving his family in Surabaya. He had studios in Florence, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Prag and (together with his Japanese friend Fujita) in Paris and exhibited his works of art internationally (Netherlands Indies, Japan, Singapore, USA, England, Holland, Sweden, Norway, France, Switzerland . . .) The main subjects of his work were scenes of Java, Bali, Japan and of North Africa (market sceneries, cock-fights, landscapes and townscapes) In 1940 - shortly before the occupation of Holland - Adolfs came back to Europe and settled in Amsterdam. On 22 February 1944, during an exhibition at the Kunstzaal Pollmann, the largest part of Adolfs‘ paintings was destroyed by the bombardment of Nijmegen. But Adolfs kept on working. He wrote and illustrated a book about his memories of Surabaya and exhibited in a lot of well-known galleries. He lived mostly in Amsterdam - interrupted by longer stays in Scandinavia, France, Spain, Italy and North Africa. In 1967 he retired to a small village in South-Holland. On 1 February 1968, G.P. Adolfs died in s’Hertogenbosch - Holland.

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Ahmad Sadali Sadali was 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 several 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. There are several stages within his artistic progress. In his early stage of advancement, his painting showed the influenced of synthetic cubism. This was his major artistic credo in the 1950’s. At the same time, he also made figurative paintings depicted in an emotional way that showed the influence of dominant art discourse. He abandoned the cubistic style in the early 1960’s and produced afterwards abstract painting by deforming landscape paintings. Colors in his canvases previously arranged within geometric pattern were freed.

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AHMAD SADALI

(Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Abstrak, 1977 Oil on canvas: 66 x 57 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sadali 77 Provenance: Private collection Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist SGD 9,500 - 12,000 USD 6,890 - 8,700

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PHUONG QUOC TRI (b. Vietnam, 1976) Face

Oil on canvas: 110 x 115 cm Signed, lower right Accompanied with photo of thework with the artist SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

Photo of the artist

Phuong Quoc Tri is a self-taught artist who was born in 1976 in Phan Rang. A Member of the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association,his works can be seen at MasterPiece Art Auction in Singapore and many private collections in USA , Singapore , Hong Kong , Australia , Indonesia , France Phuong Quoc Tri’s works are almost exclusively figurative. Each of his characters tells a story- some of longing, some of hardship, some of a destiny unknown. Tri's works forces the viewer to think and reflect on a deeper understanding of human emotion.

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Wanita, 2003

Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jeihan, 2K Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Wajah Model

Oil on canvas: 80 x 65 cm Signed, lower right: Basoeki Abdullah Literature: Agus Dermawan T, Basoeki Abdullah Painter of Kings, Published by PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta, 2016, pg. 119

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.

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

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO (Solo, 1931) Dancer, 1986

Oil on canvas: 101 x 81 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi S.1986 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 50,000 - 70,000 USD 36,250 - 50,750

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S. SUDJOJONO

(Kisaran, 1914 – 1986) Rose, 1969 Oil on canvas: 44 x 34 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Sudjojono, SS.101.Djak 1969 SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 10,880 - 14,500

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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).


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DULLAH

(Solo, 1919 – 1996) Gadis Bali, 1978 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dullah '78 Will be included in the future publication of Soekarno’s Book SGD 7,000 - 9,000 USD 5,080 - 6,530

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

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128 LEE MAN FONG (b. Canton, China 1913 – d. Singapore 1988) Landscape, 1956 Oil on board: 58 x 88 cm Signed and stamped, upper right in chinese character Provenance: Private collection Jakarta SGD 120,000 - 180,000 USD 87,000 - 130,500 Lee Man Fong was born in Canton, China, 1913 and made a reputation as a versatile artist, skilled in both western oil painting technique and Chinese ink paintings. Lee was a successful commercial artist before he engaged as a full time artist in 1941. Lee arrived at Singapore at young age then later moved to Jakarta, Indonesia where his successful exhibitions in Indonesia earned him a fast growing reputation. In 1946, Lee received a scholarship from the Dutch government to study arts in Holland. In 1952 he returned to Indonesia and gained more credits as well as acknowledgement where he 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. Lee Man Fong died in 1988 and is dearly remembered as a vigorous artist who harmoniously blended both western and oriental techniques. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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(Solo, 1919 – 1996) Burmese Girl, 1973 Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dullah 1973 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Sera

Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed, upper right: Jeihan Signed and titled on the reverse SGD 3,000 - 5,000 USD 2,180 - 3,630

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RICHARD TEXIER (Niort, France, 1955) Chaosmos 15

Mixed media on canvas: 81 x 71 cm SGD 17,000 - 21,000 USD 12,330 - 15,230

Richard Texier was born in 1955, he lives and works in Paris. Today he is widely regarded as one of the best living artists of his generation. He began painting at a young age and his keen interest in the history of astronomy largely inspired the creation of his own personnel cosmography ; Theoria Sacra is a later excellent example of his passion. Since 1992 he has created a number of sculpted works, most notably his bronze mythological animals which have contributed to his interpretation of the concept of hybridisation. His current work is based on the Pantheo Vortex, an artistic exploration of the mystery and the beauty of the world. His works are to be found in numerous important public and private collections, both in France and abroad. Many major museums around the world have exhibited his work including the National museum of Taiwan, the National museum of Luxemburg, the Marine Museum in Paris, the Botanical museum of Brussels, the House of Culture Moscow and the Shanghai museum of Fine Art. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Widayat Widayat was born in Kutoarjo (Central Java, 1919) in the colonial era. After some military training, he took the apprentice study at the Indonesia Art Academy Yogyakarta under painters Hendra Gunawan, Sudarso, Trubus, and Kusnadi. Then Widayat met a Bandung Painter, Kartono Yudhokusumo from whom he got direct influence of decorative style in painting. 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 studied at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta, where hebecame known as a lecturer of the Indonesian Institute of Fine Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta as well as a prominent artist. Since 1950 to 2002, Widayat participated in numerous art exhibitions in Indonesiaas well as internationally, in countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, Netherlands,Italy, United States, and Australia. Widayat is said to be a maestro after Affandi, as published in the book “Educator and Painter” by ISI Yogyakarta in 1988. Widayat was also a revolutionary artist, and master of gardening and graphics arts. Widayat was the first artist whose exhibition was largely exhibited in the Singapore Art Museum, one of the most important museums in Southeast Asia on September 2007 and it was held for the duration of two months. According to Prof. Soedarso Sp MA, Widayat’s artistic works can be levelled with the works of Henri Rousseau (a France surrealist artist) who has been his great inspiration. Widayat’s works show an immense variety of stories about nature, life, myths, and rituals. They are rich in content, texture, and technique. Widayat’s preference for the simplification and distortion of natural forms had a profound influence on many Indonesian artists. His magic decorative style is a personal visual language mostly derived from folk motifs. He focuses on inner structure rather that outward appearance. The re-petition of basic elements are order with an underlying rhythm to create movement. The artist’s works encompass all of his varied experiences as soldier, student, teacher, and religious family man. Flora and fauna, religion and mythology, masks and portraits, and daily life all are parts of his fantasy world.

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WIDAYAT

(b. Kutoarjo, Indonesia 1919 – d. Jakarta, Indonesia 2002) Anggrek Liar Di Hutan, 1985 Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Widayat ‘85 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Widayat, Kera (Monkey Forest) Masterpiece Singapore 13 August 2015, Lot 047 Sold SGD 120,000

Provenace: Private collection Jakarta SGD 50,000 - 60,000 USD 36,250 - 43,500

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BATARA LUBIS

(Hutogodang, 1927 - 1986) Penjual Buah, 1971 Oil on canvas: 66 x 66 cm Signed and dated, lower left: B. Lubis 1971 SGD 2,000 - 3,000 USD 1,450 - 2,180

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O.H. SUPONO

(Surabaya, 1937 – Bali, 1991) Rupadhatu Borobudur, 1988 Oil on canvas: 69 x 69 cm Signed and dated, lower left: OH. Supono 88 SGD 1,500 - 2,000 USD 1,090 - 1,450

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Still Life, 2000 Oil on canvas: 102 x 87 cm Signed, lower left: Paul Husner Signed and dated on the reverse SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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TEGUH OSTENRIK (Jakarta, 1950) A La Lute, 2015

Acrylic collage on canvas: 120 x 160 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Goeh OST. 15 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

Internationally celebrated Painter and Sculptor, Teguh Ostenrik holds a Master Degree in Fine Arts Hochschule der Kuenste, West Berlin , Germany. He has had more than one hundred solo and group exhibitions in the USA , Europe (France, the Netherlands, Germany),Australia and throughout Asia . His art works and commissioned projects are collected by many private collectors, museums, international institutions and major corporations. To name a few are Willem de Kooning Studio – USA, St.Mary of the Angels Church – Singapore, Fukuoka Art Museum – Japan. Among many noteworthy recognitions, Ostenrik was awarded The Best Artist 2009 in Visual Arts Category by Tempo Magazine and the Top Ten Philip Morris Art Award in 1997. Most of Ostenrik’s works were created based on his respect to environment. He used lots of recycle material and mother earth colors. He believes that having himself raised in Indonesian culture, graduated from Hochschulle der Künste West Berlin, Germany and later resided in Europa for 16 years , has created a two sided insights in his works. The Indonesian and European culture has merged in him and subconsciously shaped his artistic statement. Recently , he initiated ARTificial Reef Park Project which was launched in Lombok, Indonesia, a project to restore the nature through art. Using biorocks technology, Ostenrik provides his underwater sculptures as media for the coral to grow and providing a better marine ecosystem. Ostenrik’s 24 years work of art has been documented in Transcending Time,a full coloured 250 pages book, wrote by Art Historian Barbara Asboth. He was a guest lecturer in the Beijing Central Academy of Art in 2006. For three consecutive years (2006-2008) Teguh is a jury member of China Asean Youth Art Creativity Contest in Nanning – China, a drawing competition with 3000 participants. In 2013, he represented Indonesia to commemorate 10th Anniversary of China-Asean Expo. In 2007, he was honoured to be the Artist in Residence in Penang , Malaysia for the ABN-AMRO and Wawasan Open University. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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Affandi Affandi’s paintings dominated with a strong and distinctive character build in humanistic point of view. The theme of his paintings always forwarded the humanity aspects of many events. He was a very intuitive and emotional painter, and his works were heartfelt expressions. He only painted what he observed and never approached his works from any kind of philosophical or analytical starting point. His 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 colours. He approached paint as a medium in the same way that he did for pencil and charcoal, subduing the subtle modalities of colour to the movement of the hand and the creation of line. Affandi’s interest in humanity made him learned a lot about the anatomy of human body in the beginning of his career. Affandi often painted his self portrait with people in his inner circle. He painted among others his families, his friends, his collectors, his house and his favourite objects like his pipe. Affandi felt he no longer had to fill up the whole canvas, so there are many “empty” spaces in his painting. Yet this is not because he was unable to fill the space, he realizes the quality of this emptiness and makes it a part of painting’s structure.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) My Friends, 1987 Oil on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: AF. 1987 Accompanied with certificate authenticity from museum Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist SGD 200,000 - 300,000 USD 145,000 - 217,500

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Junk The Sea Oil on board: 120 x 90 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits Ohl SGD 8,000 - 10,000 USD 5,800 - 7,250

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Born in Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904. He was a self-taught painter whose works were mostly Indonesian landscape. He also produced paintings of Asian panorama. He was a painter, watercolorist, and draughtsman in the style reminiscent of the late of GP. Adolfs. He once lived in Jakarta for a long time then settled in The Hague until he died in 1976.


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CHEN CHONG SWEE

(b. 22 April 1936, Singapore ) Mountain Stream Mixed media on board: 78.5 x 60.5 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350 Thomas attended the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts between 1958 and 1960. He continued to study art in London at the Chelsea School of Art and the Hammersmith College of Art & Architecture. He had exhibited over 100 shows in Singapore and aboard including Australia, Austria, Cambodia, China, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam. Thomas won many awards including the First Prize in SIA Mural Competition, Singapore (1971), Cultural Medallion Award winner in 1984 (presented by the Government of Singapore), UOB Painting of the Year Competition (1983/84), Heineken International Art Award, Amsterdam (1991) and Pingat APAD (Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya) for his dedication and creative contribution to the development of visual art in Singapore (1995). His works are among the collections of local / overseas institutions and private corporations. He represents one of Singapore's second-generation artists who studied in the West. His work became infused with Western ideas, though at the same time he never completely abandoned the images and impressions of Asia, and these featured prominently in his work. Yeo has been described as one of - if not the first - Singaporean abstract artist, and abstraction has been an abiding feature of his work since the 1960s.

(Singaporean, 1910 - 1986) Landscape Chinese ink on rice paper: 75 x 26 cm Signed and Stamped, lower right in chinese character SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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Putu Sutawijaya Putu’s works have been nominated many awards such as one of the 10 best paintings of Philip Morris Art Award in 1999 and granted the Lempad Prize from Sanggar Dewata Indonesia in 2000. He has been performing Solo exhibitions in Bali, Yogyakarta, Jakarta Singapore, Hongkong, Malaysia and America. Various motions and human behavior are the theme he likes most in his paintings. His spontaneous and firm lines expressed his dynamic works using minimal color. Putu’s figures are painted with rhythmic motion and minimal color, and are characterized by his strong lines and brush strokes. Androgynous human figures are represented in motion – dancing, flying, floating – or otherwise completely still in a pose of serene contemplation. His art is, above all, about the individual human condition in a struggle to free itself from the constraints of an overly complex world.

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PUTU SUTAWIJAYA (Bali, 1971) Gerak Kehidupan I, 2000

Mixed media on canvas: 225 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Putu Sutawijaya, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse SGD 20,000 - 30,000 USD 14,500 - 21,750

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ANGKI PURBANDIO (Semarang, 1971) Recharging Station, 2012

Archival Pigment Print, Diasec: 120 x 100 cm SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

Born in Cilacap, 1973. He graduated from Indonesian Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He joined in several exhibition Group Exhibition 2008 “Jogja Art Fair #1” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia(2008), “Manifesto” National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia (2008), “International Digital Design Invitation Exhibition”, Pai Chai University, Suth Korea (2007), “Overload” [Ruang MES 56], Centre Cultural France, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2007), “3 Young Kontemporary Artists”, Valentine Willie, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2007). He was a recipient of “Landing Soon #1” Artist Residency Artoteek Denhag The Netherlands and Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (Dec.2006-Feb.2007) and” I Year: Asian Artist Felllowship”, changing Art Studio,Seoul, South Korea (Sept.2005-Sept-2007). He received award The Best Art Photography Lustrum III, Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Asian Artist Fellowship, Changdong Art Studio, Seoul, South Korea.

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YANG XIAO BING

(Tianshui, Gansu Province, China, 1966) Air Series, 2007 Oil on canvas: 130 x 150 cm Signed and dated in chinese character, lower right: 2007 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080 He held his first solo exhibition such as “Solo Exhibition at Taiwan Ba Da gallery, Beijing Branch” (2006). He also was participated in several exhibition such as “Taihu Garden 2006 Desire & Mind 4 artists show Beijing (2006), The 2nd Art and Culture Festival of Song Zhuang, China (2006), New York Art Exhibition , New York USA (2006),”1st Art Group show of Beijing modern career artists 798 (2006), Kunstai - 2006 Exhibition Holland (2006),The Contemporary Oil Painting Arts Invitation Exhibition, Shanghai Yunfeng Huayuan (2005), Visual Arts Exbition, Arts Artel of Songzhuang Town (2005), Dopose Contemporary Oil Paiting Arts Exhibition, Buddhist Space (2005), China Songzhuang Town Culture & Arts Festival, Chinese Contemporaty Culture & Arts Exhibition (2005). 134

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FADJAR SIDIK

(Surabaya, 1930 - 2004) Abstraksi, 1965 Oil on canvas: 138 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Fadjar Sidik 65

Born in Surabaya, February 8, 1930. He studied at ASRI Yogyakarta in 1954 and learnt painting from Hendra Gunawan and Sudarso (1952) at Sanggar Pelukis Rakyat. He lived in Bali from 1957 – 1961. He received art award as Contemporary Painter from the Indonesian Government in 1971 and from the Government of Yogyakarta.

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LIM CHENG HOE

Lim was a founding member of Singapore Watercolor Society in 1969, received the National Day Long Service Medal the same year. In 1972 and 1974, Lim was awarded the National Day Art Exhibition Certificate.

Watercolor on Paper: 34 x 44 cm Signed and dated, lower right: CH Lim 59

Like the five pioneer artists Liu Kang, Chen Wen Hsi, Cheong Soo Pieng, Chen Chong Swee and Georgette Chen, Lim Cheng Hoe was honoured for his admirable contribution in the watercolor medium and was presented with a Retrospective Exhibition in 1986 by the National Museum Art Gallery, Singapore.

(b. 24 May 1912, Xiamen, China–d. 3 September 1979, Singapore) Vista From Bukit Brown, 1959

SGD 10,000 - 20,000 USD 7,250 - 14,500

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ROMUALDO LOCATELLI (1905 - 1943) Pastorella

Oil on canvas: 98.5 x 70 cm Signed, lower right SGD 10,000 - 15,000 USD 7,250 - 10,880

Locatelli was born 1905 in Italy. His father, Luigi was also an artist. Having graduated from Carrara Art Academy in Bergamo, Italy , Locatelli was regarded a very successful artists, counting powerful personages such the Pope and Mussolini among his patrons. He was famous for his work in Italian portraiture. In 1938, he visited Indonesia, staged an exhibition in Bandung and drew much artistic inspiration during his stay in Bali. With the onset of WW2, he cut short his sojourn in Bali and left for Manila where tragically most of his works were destroyed during a fire. Locatelli vanished without a trace in Manila in 1943. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Portrait of an Elegant Lady Oil on board: 62 x 45 cm Signed, lower right: Ger. P. Adolfs SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080 138

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I MADE DJIRNA (Ubud, 1957) Kasih Sayang, 1997

Oil on canvas: 100 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Djirna, 1997 SGD 2,500 - 3,500 USD 1,810 - 2,540

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RONALD APRIAN Panggil Bunga, 2016

Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: RNL, 2016 SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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Dr EARL LU MING-TEH (Hongkong, 1925 - Italy, 2005)

a. Rose, 1997 Watercolor on paper: 42 x 29 cm Signed, chopped, and dated, lower left: Lu 97 b. Rose Watercolor on paper: 31 x 39 cm Signed and chopped, lower left SGD 900 - 1,500 USD 650 - 1,090 a.

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Dr Earl Lu Ming-Teh (b.15 Sep1925, Hong Kong – d. 2 Sep 2005, Pisa, Italy), was considered one of Singapore’s most prominent art patrons and philanthropists. A medical surgeon by profession, he was a keen art collector and served on several institutional boards to help promote visual arts and art education in Singapore. An artist in his own right, he is known for his paintings of roses. Dr Earl Lu was a prominent student as well as a good friend of the late renowned Singaporean pioneer artist Chen Wen Hsi. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Pasar Oil on canvas: 40.5 x 30.5 cm Signed, upper right: Ger. P. Adolfs SGD 4,000 - 6,000 USD 2,900 - 4,350

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KARTONO YUDHOKUSUMO (Medan, 1924 -1957) Tangkuban Perahu, 1951

Oil on canvas: 60 x 85 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kartono Yudho Kusumo This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from the artist

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Landscape, 1992 Acrylic on canvas: 19.5 x 23.5 cm Signed and dated, lower right : Arie Smit 92 SGD 2,500 - 4,000 USD 1,810 - 2,900

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M. Irfan M. Irfan was born in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972. M. Irfan is included in 51 members of the young artists from West Sumatra that recently held a group exhibition under the theme of Panorama. Irfan’s paintings of train series have captivated the people’s interest. He mostly painted in huge size. They portray trains, railways, and fumes which give a sense of darkness. His “trains” series was quite a leap in Irfan’s painting career. They contained Irfan’s dreams, hopes and ideas. M. Irfan is widely known as prospective painters in Indonesian art world. He was one of the member or Jendela Group, a group of painters from Minang, West Sumatra. Basically Irfan is an artist that does not like to involve himself in great or political issues. He feels that they are simply beyond his capacity and interests. M. Irfan has left the use of objects within his works. His canvases rely on lifting lines in a kind of unfolding imaginary. He has great interest in capturing detail objects within his surroundings. For him perceiving petty objects around him is more interesting.

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M. IRFAN

(Bukittinggi, West Sumatra 1972) Track Of Wisdom, 2009 Mixed media on canvas: 170 x 250 cm Signed and dated, lower left: 2009 M. Irfan Signed, dated, title, media and size, on the reverse SGD 22,000 - 30,000 USD 15,950 - 21,750

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Arie Smit Arie Smit 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. Arie Smit came to Indonesia in 1950s and to Bali in 1956. In Bali he moved one place to another, including Denpasar, Ubud and Buleleng, in his pursuit of natural beauty of Bali which he poured it all in his paintings. Arie Smit 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. Since his arrival in Bali, his artistic career has spans over fifty years. Smit has sought to capture and thereby celebrate the tropical beauty and wonder of his adopted home. Smit’s style has evolved from the poetic realism of his earlier works where he sought to create “a dream-like state of mind” to a more abstract representation of reality, sparing the details but without compromising his viewer’s engagement. Arie Smit’s painting show breathtaking landscapes, relaxing youths, colourful tropical gardens, glittering seascapes, and quiet temples that evoke a sense of wander. Nature provides Arie Smit with a tremendous amount of energy that serves as the driving force for his exploration. In his works, Arie portraits his deep admiration for the beauty of Bali, its mountains, palm trees, rice terraces, the life of the farmers and particularly, the local spiritual life. Life on the island is perpetual rich with rituals.

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Rice Fields in Sanur, 1961 Mixed media on paper: 41 x 49 cm Signed and dated, lower right : Arie Bali '61 SGD 26,000 - 35,000 USD 18,850 - 25,380

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IRSAM

(Klaten, 1942 – Bogor, 2006) Kasih Ibu #2, 2000 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, Middle Area: Irsam, 2000 Literature: Mikke Susanto, Jejak-jejak Dekoratif Irsam, Published by PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta, 2013, Pg. 92 SGD 6,000 - 8,000 USD 4,350 - 5,800

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ZHANG DA ZHONG

(Guangzhou, China, 1953) Woman Soldier with Flowers, 2006 Oil on canvas: 130 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 06 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

Born in Guangzhou in 1953, He showed such great technique and potential in painting that he was accepted as a Masters student at the highly esteemed Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts without having to do his BFA. A celebrated portrait artist, Zhang is renowned for his Red Guard series. His professional Affiliation as member of the Guangzhou Chinse Artist Association. He was actively in several exhibitions as the 11th Asia Olympic – Chinese Sports Art Exhibition (1990), “A Propsperous China” Art Competition (1992), “Love for China” Art Exhibition (2000), The Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition (2001), “About Women” Female Portrait Exhibition in Hongkong (2003), “Spring Gala – Hongkong (2004). He received several awards as Outstanding award “How Stell is Made” (2000), Love for China Art Exhibition (2000), “Goldeh Hope” – Gold Award (1992), A Prosperous China” Art Competition (1992), “Girl From the Yao Tribe” –Out Standing Award (1991), “Girl from the Yao Tribe”-Bronze Award (1990). His work as well as in private collections throughout in Austria, China, Germany, Hongkong, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom and United States. MASTERPIECE FINE ART - SINGAPORE

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MARK KAPLAN Allee Des Plantanes

Oil on canvas : 146 x 114 cm Signed, upper left: Kaplan SGD 15,000 - 20,000 USD 10,880 - 14,500

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Mark Kaplan is a modern neo-impressionist, characterized by his energy. Mark’s ebullient style and fauvist palette fashioned him the “sun painter”. Mark is an accomplished artist who has received his classical training and honed his techniques over the years. Before dedicating himself fully to painting, Mark Kaplan worked for several years as a set designer and gave free rein to his passion for color and extravagance. From this theatrical period, Kaplan has retained a trademark for stylization and dramatic compositions. His bouquets of huge irises or gladioli painted in dark crimson or bright red explode on the canvas like a volcanic eruption. Kaplan uses facets to express volume and brilliant color to interpret form. His modern neo-impressionist paintings of rural and urban landscapes radiate a kaleidoscope of colored light and warmth. The light erodes normal perspective, submerging some details and emphasizing others. It results in a delicate, evanescent impression, anchored in sketchy, vaguely-suggested outlines. Due to his free-flowing lines, solid compositions, and his bold, dramatic brush strokes Mark Kaplan’s paintings have found a place in the greatest art collections beside the works of Monet, Bonnard, Chagall, Soutine, and Van Gogh. Mark’s impressive technique is influenced by the impressionist and post-impressionist traditions. His works are seen in galleries and private collections in Singapore, Miami, New York, Tokyo, and many other cities all over the world.


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(Amsterdam, 1902 – 1981) Mevrow H.W. Seylhommer Schneider, 1932 Oil on canvas: 56 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower right: WG. Hofker, 1932 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

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

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) My Sweet World, 2017

Oil on canvas : 70 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica, 2017 SGD 1,200 - 1,800 USD 870 - 1,310

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AGUS DJAYA

(Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Penari, 1971 Oil on canvas: 107 x 87 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Djaya, Bali 1971 SGD 5,000 - 7,000 USD 3,630 - 5,080

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Index Of Artist Abas Alibasyah

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Abdul Djalil AD Pirous

15

Abdullah Suriosubroto

22

Affandi

5, 24, 43,

Ong Kim Seng

56, 109

120, 147, 151

Otto Djaya

59, 68

Han Snel

7

Pardoli Fadli

30, 33

42, 78, 108, 137

Hendra Gunawan

104

Patrick Teo

52

Agung Mangu Putra

13

Heri Dono

62

Paul Husner

135

Agus Djaya

17, 161

Ho Kah Leong

111

Phuong Quoc Tri

122

Agus Riyadi

86

I Made Djirna

83, 148

Popo Iskandar

70, 84

Agus Suwage

57, 96

Ibnu Nurwanto

107

Putu Sutawijaya

91, 141

Ahmad Sadali

14, 49, 121

Irsam

156

Rev. Song Nian

102

Alessandro Algardi

82

JB. Iwan Sulistyo

101

Richard Texier

131

Alimin Tamin

6

Jeihan Sukmantoro

8, 123, 130

Roland Strasser

35

Alit Sembodo

88

Jensen Ee

34

Romualdo Locatelli

146

Angki Purbandono

142

John Van Der Sterren

72

Ronald Apriyanto

149

Arie Smit

3, 77, 153, 155

Josephine Linggar

94

Ronald Manullang

81

Awiki

36

Julnaidi MS.

55

Rusli

45

Barli Sasmitawinata

50

Jumaldi Alfi

44

S. Sudjojono

11, 92, 126

Basoeki Abdullah

19, 124

Kartono Yudho Kusumo 152

Salim / Saraochim Salim 61

Batara Lubis

27 133

Khaw Sia

76

Shi Wei

46

Bob Sick Yudhita Agung

25, 65

Koeboe Sarawan

113

Srihadi Soedarsono

85, 125

Budi Ubrux

41

Koeh Sia Yong

100

Sudarso

80

Chen Chong Swee

140

Lee Man Fong

128

Sunaryo

99

Chen Wen Hsi

28, 112

Leo Eland

2

Suwaji

89

Chen Wen Hsi and Li Kai Lin

29

Leo Hee Tong

51

Tan Kian Por

23

Choo Keng Kwang

20, 63, 103

Li Tianbing

116

Teguh Ostenrik

136

Dede Eri Supria

97

Li Jikai

117

Thomas Yeo

38, 54, 139

Dewa Putu Mokoh

118

Lim Cheng Hoe

12, 145

Ugo Untoro

73

Dirot Kadirah

95

Lim Wasim

9, 67

Umberto Mariani

66

Donovan Phity

58

Lucien Frits Ohl

10, 110, 114, 138

Umi Dahlan

106

Dr Earl Lu Ming-Teh

150

M. Irfan

154

Wang Rui

48

Dullah

127, 129

Ma Yue

47

Widayat

93, 132

Edo Pillu

40

Mark Kaplan

158

Willem Dooijewaard

1, 98

Erica Hestu Wahyuni

26, 71, 87,

Mochtar Apin

32, 69

Willem Gerard Hofker

159

119, 160

Nashar

16, 64, 105

Willem Van Der Does

4

Ernest Dezentje

37, 75

Nasirun

39, 60, 90

Yang Xiao Bing

143

Fadjar Sidik

144

Nguyen Thanh Binh

18

Zaf Chevallier

53

Fan Chang Tien

21

Nyoman Gunarsa

31, 115

Zhang Da Zhong

157

Filippo Sciasscia

79

O.H Supono

134

Gerard Pieter Adolfs

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