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FINE ART AUCTION

Jakarta, 23 September 2018

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Auction Sunday, 23 September 2018 Luncheon : 12.00 am Auction : 1.00 pm

Viewing Friday, 21 September 2018 Saturday, 22 September 2018 11.00 am - 08.00 pm

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

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CONDITION OF BUSINESS The conditions of business set up below are information guidance for prospective buyer and seller with any enquiries relating to buying or selling at the auction. We encourage you to read them wisely and thoroughly.

THE BUYER

Estimated Price Estimated price is the price range, which reflects the opinion of our specialist for the price expected to offer at the auction. This should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either at which the lot will sell or its value for any other purpose. Estimated prices are based upon prices recently paid at auction, and the condition of the artworks including the quality, rarity and history of ownership (provenance). Reserve Price The reserve is the confidential minimum price the seller is willing to accept and below which a lot not be sold. Buyer’s Premium Buyers are reminded that the price to be paid will be the sum of the final bid price plus the buyer’s premium. The rate of buyer’s premium for each lot is 22 % (twenty two percent) of the hammer price.

BEFORE THE AUCTION

Viewing Pre-sale viewings are strongly recommended for prospective buyers in order to examine the artworks thoroughly. Pre-sale viewing is open for the public at no charge and usually displayed for 2 (two) days prior to the sale. Condition Reports Condition reports are available upon request. They are statements of opinion and should not be relied on as statements of definitive fact. Descriptions of property are not warranties and that lot is sold “as is”. All goods are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. Illustrations in catalogues are for identification only. It is strongly recommended that prospective buyers inspect and seek any independent expert advice to satisfy you as to authorship, attribution, authenticity, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance or condition of lot. Registration If you are planning to participate in the auction, you will need to register with us at the registration desk, to complete a bidder registration form and to receive a bidding number to identify you if you are a successful bidder. Registration can be made during the viewing period or 30 minutes prior to the sell.

THE AUCTION

Bidding All artworks are auctioned in consecutive numerical order. Bidding is done in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) in incremental price raise. The auctioneer will accept bids from those present in the saleroom or absentee bidders participating by telephone or by written bid left with HERITAGE in advance. The lot being offered is usually illustrated on a screen. Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following increments: Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp.

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1.000.000 - 10.000.000 - 20.000.000 - 50.000.000 - 100.000.000 - 200.000.000 - 500.000.000 - 1.000.000.000

Rp. 10.000.000 by Rp. 500.000 Rp. 20.000.000 by Rp. 1.000.000 Rp. 50.000.000 by Rp. 2.000.000 Rp. 100.000.000 by Rp. 5.000.000 Rp. 200.000.000 by Rp. 10.000.000 Rp. 500.000.000 by Rp. 20.000.000 Rp. 1.000.000.000 by Rp. 50.000.000 - above by the auctioneer’s direction.

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Absentee/ Written Bids If you cannot attend the auction in person, you may bid in other ways. The most common is written bids. Written bids are written instruction given to HERITAGE to bid for you on one or more lots up to a maximum amount you specify for each lot. There is no charge for this service. If two or more parties leave identical bids, the first bid received by HERITAGE will take preference. Written bid forms are available 7 days before the sale and returned to HERITAGE within 24 hours before the sale or by fax to (021) 351 0707. Telephone Bids If you cannot attend the auction, HERITAGE will execute on behalf of your bid by telephone. Please make arrangements for this service at least 1 (one) day before the sale. It is advisable for you to leave your maximum bid, in case you are unable to reach us by phone. Successful Bids Successful bidder will be indicated by the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer after reaching or exceeding the reserve price. HERITAGE will record the bidder number of the buyer. Under the auctioneer’s discretion bidding may be reopened. Unsold lots When a lot fails to sell, the auctioneer will not announce a bidder’s number. Lots unsold will be returned to the consignor usually after a week in case there are any post sale offers.

AFTER THE AUCTION

Payment Payment of purchases should be made within 7 (seven) calendar days. Please include your paddle number, name, lot number, and total payment in your bank instruction. If buyers do not make any payment or notice to HERITAGE during the scheduled time, they will be considered as withdrawing. Collection of Goods Goods can be collected only when payment has cleared and been received by HERITAGE. Due to space constraints, HERITAGE requires that purchases and unsold property be collected within 7 (seven) days. If the goods remain after 7 (seven) days HERITAGE reserves the right to cause the artworks to be stored at the expense of the purchaser. Storage and Insurance HERITAGE provides insurance cover for sold items for a maximum of 7 (seven) days after the date of the sale. If the goods have not been removed by the deadline, the goods will be deposited at warehouse and all storage transportation and other associated costs as well as risk shall be at the purchaser’s responsibility.

THE SELLER

Auction estimates If you are considering selling your property at the auction, HERITAGE will provide a free initial estimate of its auction value. You can send a clear photograph of each item with complete data includes the dimension, artist’s signature, medium, physical condition and any other relevant information.


After Sale Notification You will receive an after sale advice listing the final bid price, or in the event that the property failed to sell, notification that it was bought-in to be returned to you. Payment for your sold property takes approximately 4 (four) weeks, provided payment has been received by us from the buyer.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

These conditions of sale together with any terms and conditions set out a consignment form constitute the entire agreement with the Buyer on respect to any lots listed in the catalogue. Amendment to the catalogue descriptions may be made verbally during the course of auction or by appropriate posted notices. By bidding at the auction, you shall be bound by the conditions set out below. Terms used in these conditions * “The Buyer” means the person with the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer. * “The Lot” means any items deposited with us for sale at auction and, in particular, the item (s) described against any lot number in the catalogue. * “The Hammer Price” means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a lot. * “The Reserve” means the amount below which we agree with the seller that the lot cannot be sold. * “The Buyer’s Premium” means the charge payable by the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price, at the rate set out in the auction room at the time of the relevant sale. * “Forgery” means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship, origin, age, period, culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue. Withdrawal of Property HERITAGE reserve the right to withdraw from the sale the property or to have the property listed at any auction without any prior notice to the vendor. Control of Auction HERITAGE will have absolute discretion to determine the successful bidder should a dispute arise between the bidders and this includes the authority to reject any bid, to cancel the sale or to re-offer the property in dispute. Ownership of Property The fall of the auctioneer’s hammer indicates the property sold to the buyer who is responsible for the property and shall be liable to pay the full purchase price within 7 (seven) days. If extended payment terms have not been granted, penalty interest will be charged on the unpaid balance until paid.

In the event a defaulting buyer has made a part payment, HERITAGE reserves the right to apply such payment to any such lots at its sole discretion. Forgery In the event of proven forgery, HERITAGE will refund to the buyer the purchase price of the lot. This refund will only occur on the following terms: (i) The buyer must provide evidence from an independent expert who proves that the lot is a forgery. HERITAGE reserves the right to request further expert evidence if, in its sole discretion, it is not satisfied with the finding of either expert. (ii) The buyer must provide written notification to HERITAGE within 1 (one) year of the auction date of the forgery allegations. No refund will occur if there is any conflict of opinion among accepted experts in the field or if it can be demonstrated that the lot is a forgery only by means of scientific process that could damage or otherwise jeopardize the condition of the lot and which scientific techniques were not commonly employed until after the publication of the catalogue. This guarantee is for the benefit of the buyer only and cannot be assigned. Such buyer must have remained the owner of the property without disposing of any interest in it to any third party up until the time the alleged forgery was discovered. Handling and Packaging Handling and packing of all purchase lots shall be at the risk of the buyer who shall pay an administration charge if HERITAGE is responsible for such services. HERITAGE shall use our best efforts to take care when handling the packing but remind the buyer that from 7 (seven) days time after the sale, the goods are entirely at the buyer’s risk. You can instruct your own shipper for the shipping. However, we can also arrange for such service but are not responsible for any costs incurred during the shipping. Notice HERITAGE remind prospective buyers that none of the property in this catalogue is subject to any guarantee of authenticity and all of the artworks sold “as is” with all imperfections, incompleteness, faults and errors of description. All property is sold without any warranty or representation. HERITAGE is not responsible for any errors or omission in the catalogue. Buyers are strongly recommended to take independent professional advice on selection of purchase.

Remedies of HERITAGE If the buyer is in breach of any of the conditions of sale then HERITAGE may choose to take the following action: (1) (2) (3)

Cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages any payment made by the buyer. Re-sell the property without any minimum price at the next auction of HERITAGE or privately on 5(five) days notice to the buyer. Take any other action HERITAGE may consider necessary.

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Published by: HERITAGE Auction House PT. Dwi Samapersada MASTERPIECE Building Tanah Abang IV. No.23 - 25 Jakarta Pusat - Indonesia Tel: (62-21) 351 0808 (Hunting) Fax: (62-21) 351 0707 info@masterpiece-auction.com www.masterpiece-auction.com Copyright @ 2018 All right reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retriavel system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher.

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John Van der Sterren

(Sukabumi, 1938) Temple Site Above Sidemen, Bali, 2002 Oil on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterre02 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000 USD 1,000 - 1,330

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MEN SAGAN

(Yogyakarta, 1948) Perahu Jukung Oil on canvas: 100 x 133 cm Signed, lower left: Men Sagan RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,330 – 2,000

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ADAM LAY

(Wonosobo, Central Java, 1949) Damai Pagi Hari, 1991 Oil on canvas: 150 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Adam L91 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916) Pura Di Bali, 2010 Acrylic on canvas: 73 x 56 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit, 2010 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Neka Art Museum RP 220.000.000 - 300.000.000 USD 14,670 - 20,000 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Sarmi, 2000

Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm Signed and dated, upper middle: Jeihan2K Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist’s RP 75.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 5,000 - 6,000

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Two Women Watercolor on paper: 66 x 41 cm Signed, lower left: MF. Lee RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,670 - 3,330

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THEO MEIER

(Switzerland, 1908 - 1982) Potrait of Made Pagi, 1957 Oil on canvas: 70 x 60 cm Sigend and dated, upper right:Theo Meier57 RP 250.000.000 - 350.000.000 USD 16,670 - 23,330

The Collector’s with the painting

Born in 1908 in Basle Switzerland, Meier, like the city in which he grew up, was fortunate to avoid the hardships of war which quickly overtook much of Europe. Following in his father's footsteps, he underwent a commercial apprenticeship. At the same time, he attended the Basle School of Art, and enjoyed late night discussions with the local painters, an experience which proved fertile to the young painter. From Switzerland to the South Pacific, from Bali to Thailand, Theo Meier's life was as varied and exotic as his artistic output, his character as colourful as the oils with which he painted. Theo Meier's paintings have achieved worldwide recognition for their technical excellence, and artistic integrity. He concerned very closely in Balinese people and tradition. He loved painting the Balinese women and deeply inspired by its landscapes and traditions. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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SEN PAO

(Surabaya, 1949) Warung, 1990 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sen Pao 90 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000 USD 1,000 - 1,330

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ABAS ALIBASYAH

(Purwakarta, 1928) Suasana Pedesaan, 1997 Oil on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas97 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1,000

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LIEM TJOE ING

(Surakarta, 1922-1996) Sailing, 1974 Oil on canvas: 33 x 63 cm Signed, lower left: L. Tjoe Ing This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist’s RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,330 - 2,000

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NYOMAN BUDIARTA

(Tabanan, Bali, 1967) Warung Kopi, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Budiarta 2013 Signed and titled on the reverse RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1,200

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AWIKI

(Surabaya, 1961) Bunga Matahari, 2004 Oil on canvas : 90 x 135 cm Signed and dated, lower left: AW.04 RP 70.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 4,670 - 6,000 Born in Surabaya, 1961. Awiki’s paintings of realism have special character in form, color, and composition with “rembrandt lighting” approach. Due to his eye illness he was no longer using the style. Creatively he produced painting method called “mata baur - combined eyes”. Since then he creates impressionist painting of thick paint texture. Nevertheless this kind of painting gained special response from public. Awiki’s paintings include themes such as flowers, dancers, houses, trees, as well as still life. His paintings were inspired with his surroundings that described people’s daily lives and tradition. Awiki works with a purity of purpose and a mastery of technique that set his art beyond the constraints of time or place. Engaged in a direct impressionistic encounter with the dynamics of light, Awiki approaches his work with great physical courage, often enduring the ferocity of the tropical sun in order to complete a painting. It is amazing to watch Awiki paint, with a brush hardened to function like a palette-knife, he works very fast with great conviction. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Sanur’s Seaside with Bird and Fish Traders, 2011 Oil on canvas : 97 x 210 cm (Triptych) Signed and dated, lower middle : Bali, Paul Husner Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: DR. Jean Couteau, PAUL HUSNER, ILLUMINATING BALI LIFE, Publish by Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) pg. 37 RP 160.000.000 - 200.000.000 USD 10,670 - 13,330 16

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Born in Basel, Switzerland, 1942. He moved to Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1964, studied in paintings and graphic art at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (1965 – 1967) and continued to Rijks Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten (1967 – 1969). He frequently visits Indonesia especially Bali. He received awards from the Urio Prijs (1969), Willink van Collen Prijs (1971), Jeanna Bieruma Oosting Prijs (1974) and Arti Medaille (1987). From 1980 – 1988 he was professor at the National Academy of Fine Arts (Rijks Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten) in Amsterdam where he taught drawing and painting. He held solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in Europe, USA, Singapore, and Indonesia. His works are in the collection of the Netherlands state, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, City Council of Amsterdam, Duta Fine Art Museum, Jakarta, Neka Museum, Bali and private collections in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, etc. Husner works intensively in Bali since 1997. This is an invented but real Sanur; here we see a tradeswoman bringing fish and lobster to the sea-side restaurant owner. Out there, by a shrine next to the beach, a temple priest is sounding his magic bell to call up the powers of the sea and ward off imported evil from the island. There is indeed a sense of peace. But the sea is swelling and its waves are breaking violently against the shore, a storm is approaching in the background. Spots of whistle blue call and answer one another, while yellowish greens spread in waves across the landscape in the yellowing light of a late afternoon. Imperturbable, a heron is watching the scene in silence.

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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944-2017) Penari Bali, 1989

Oil on canvas: 145 x 144 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 1989 RP 90.000.000 - 120.000.000 USD 6,000 - 8,000

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SUWAJI

(Yogyakarta, 1942) Ibu dan Anak, 2016 Oil on canvas: 190 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Suwaji 16 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,330 - 2,000

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Yetty, 1973

Oil on canvas: 130 x 98 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Jeihan73 Signed and titled on the reverse RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,330 - 4,670 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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HASAN DJAAFAR

(Koto Gadang, West Sumatra, 1919 - 1995) Bunga Dalam Vas Oil on canvas: 52 x 72 cm Signed, lower left: Hasan Djaafar RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1,200

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AMRUS NATALSYA (Medan, 1933) Ke Pasar, 1996

Oil on wood: 100 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Amrus N96 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist’s RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1,000

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S. TOYO

(Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Panen, 1971 Oil on canvas: 52 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Toyo, 1971 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1,000

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SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Gembala Kerbau

Oil on canvas: 125 x 200 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.200 - 1.670 20

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AGUNG MANGU PUTRA

(Sangeh, Bali, 1963) Senja-Penolakan Kintamani Bali, 2001 Acrylic on canvas: 79 x 69 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Mangu Putra.08.2001 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 55.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,670 - 4,670 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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Roedyat Martadiredja Roedyat Martadiredja was born in Bandung, 1932 and began to learn painting in 1948 and later continued his study at the Bandung Institute of Technology. Although abstract style was a dominant stream in Bandung, Roedyat was one of the Bandung School artists who paint in a figurative style. Roedyat has an individual painting style which makes him different from other Bandung Artist. His works has deformation tendencies with soft tertiary colors and also complicated but well thought-out compositions. Roedyat has held solo exhibitions in Jakarta (1978) and was included in the East- West Center’s Art of Bali exhibition in Honolulu, Hawaii (1988). His works are unique, rich and colorful that creates a strong rhythm and his works can be found in private collections of European and American collectors. The present lot, Ika Dasa Ludra, illustrates an important ceremony in Bali to welcome the new year of Saka. Ika Dasa Ludra is a series of processions, ceremonies, and sacrifices held every 100 years at Pura Besakih, the “mother temple” of Bali, Indonesia. The temple, which comprises of about 30 separate temples honoring a great variety of Balinese and Hindu gods, was probably built about 1,000 years ago on the slopes of the volcanic mountain, Mount Agung. On March 17, 1963, the Eka Dasa Rudra was under way when Agung catastrophically erupted and killed more than 1,500 people. Since the sacrifices were interrupted, the Eka Dasa Rudra was resumed 16 years later. The temple complexes are formed in cubism style with large presentation of the crowds holding the offering for the ceremony. Images of gods were carried 19 miles down the mountain to be washed in the sea where entire villages gathered along the route. The color richness expresses the artist’s significant characteristic.

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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Ika Dasa Ludra, 1979

Oil on canvas: 85 x 100 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: Roedyat, ’79, Bali, Ika Dasa Ludra Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta RP 220.000.000 - 300.000.000 USD 14,670 - 20,000

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CHUSIN SETIADIKARA (Bandung, 1949) Komposisi Motif, 1993

Mixed media on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Chusin, Bali 93 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Tiga Figur, 1992 Acrylic on canvas: 64 x 93 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 20-2-92 RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3.330 - 4.670


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DEDE ERI SUPRIA

(Jakarta, 1956) Iced Coconut Juice Versus Coca Cola, 1991 Oil on canvas: 72 x 195 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria91 Literature: Agus Dermawan T., DEDE Elegi Kota Besar, Published by AiA Fine Art Foundation, 1999 pg. 90 RP 80.000.000 - 120.000.000 USD 5,330 - 8,000 Born in Jakarta, January 29, 1956. He studied at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) in Yogyakarta (1974). In 1976 his name first emerged in the Indonesian Art Scene when he exhibited his works at the first Seni Rupa Baru Indonesia exhibition at the Balai Budaya, Jakarta. He has received several awards for his works, Jakarta Biennale 1981, won a Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards in 1997 and was participated into the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila. He has participated in many group shows as well as solo exhibitions. Dede held his solo exhibitions at Jakarta Stock Exchange (1997) and at the Art Folio Space in Singapore (2002). Today, he is considered an influential propagator of super-realist painting in Indonesia.

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I WAYAN PENGSONG

(Cakra Negara, 1943) Wanita Membawa Kendi, 1999 Mixed media on canvas:108 x 98 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Pengsong99 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,330 - 2,000

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KRIJONO

(Jakarta, 1951-2011) Ayu, 1999 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 90 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: Ayu, 1999, Krijono RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1,670 - 2,330 029

WILLEM DOOIJEWAARD (Amsterdam, 1892 – 1980) Figure, 1954

Oil on canvas: 31 x 24 cm Signed, lower right: W. Doojewaard Dated, lower left: Febr, 1954 RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1.200

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JOHAN ABE TOBING

(B. 1976) Penari, 2017

Bronze: 61 x 20 x 8 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Johan Abe.2017 RP 7.000.000 - 9.000.000 USD 470 - 600 26

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DEDE ERI SUPRIA

(Jakarta, 1956) Oleg Tambulilingan Dance, 2012 Oil on canvas: 125 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria, 2012 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist RP 70.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 4,670 - 6,000 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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S. Sudjojono Sindudarsono Sudjojono was born in Kisaran North Sumatra, on December 14, 1913. He studied painting from Mas Pringadi and a Japanese painter, Chiyoyi Yazaki. In 1937 he founded the Persagi Indonesian Artists Association in Jakarta. In 1970 he was awarded recognition in art by the Indonesian government. His works have been exhibited in the Netherlands and in the Fukuoka Art Museum in Japan (1980). Local exhibitions have been held in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Denpasar and Bandung. He died in Jakarta (1986). Sudjojono was the first to introduce the idea that a painting has “visible soul”. His paintings have a typical harsh and wild strokes as if the paint has been poured directly onto canvas. His favorite subjects were ordinary Indonesians, depicted with piercing emotional realism, sometimes showing joy, pathos, dignity, and frustration. Besides painting landscapes and various flowers arrangement, Sudjojono also produced paintings of figures of his family and important people. Quite often his figures inhabit dramatic urban or rural landscapes in an almost epic sense. The present lot features figure of Mrs. Nelly Adam Malik the wife of former Vice President of Republic of Indonesia, painted gracefully wearing traditional Kebaya with detail ornament.

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S. SUDJOJONO

(Kisaran, 1914 – 1986) Ibu Nelly Adam Malik, 1962 Oil on canvas: 92,5 x 59 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 5 sept, SS101, Djak 1962 Literature: Liem Tjoe Ing, “Lukisan-Lukisan Koleksi Adam Malik, Wakil Presiden Republik Indonesia” Published by PT. Intermasa 1979, Pg. 17 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta Acquired directly from the artist RP 400.000.000 - 500.000.000 USD 26,670 - 33,330

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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 RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,330 - 3,330

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NI GUSTI AGUNG GALUH

(Kapal, Ubud, 1968) Terace Sawah Di Bali, 2008

Acrylic on canvas : 90 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Galuh, 2008.Ubud Bali RP 90.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 6,000 - 10,000

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Lake View

Oil on board: 67 x 79 cm Signed, lower left: B. Abdullah RP 120.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 8,000 - 10,000 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. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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GUNAWAN BAGEA

(Bandung, West Java, 1971) Pulang Melaut, 2018 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Gunawan, 2018 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1,200

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UNTUNG WAHONO

(Yogyakarta, 1962) Borobudur, 2015

Oil on canvas: 140 x 200 cm RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1,670 - 2,330

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I MADE DJIRNA

(Ubud, 1957) Tiga Gadis/Anak Kucing, 2000 Mixed media on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Djirna, 2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

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TRESNA SURYAWAN (Bandung, 1943) Petak Beton, 1990

Oil on canvas: 90 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 90 Tresna S. Petak Beton RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1,000 32

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GALAM ZULKIFLI

(Sumbawa, Nusa Tenggara 1971) Ekspresi Wajah, 2001 Pencil and Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Galam 2001 RP 110.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 7,330 - 10,000

Galam Zulkifli was born in 1971 born in Sumbawa, Indonesia. Being a self taught artist, he still gains great reputation with rewarded prizes includes: 2004 and 1999 The Best Five Indonesia Art Awards (Philip Morris Award) and 1998 ASEAN Art Awards Finalist. Solo Exhibitions: 2007 CamouflageIGA Gallery, Jakarta; 2006 Mon Decor Gallery, Jakarta; 2005 Potret Edwin Gallery, Jakarta; 2000 Taman Seni Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta. Group exhibitions: 2009 “Indonesia...Goes Pop, Two-men show with Dipo Andy”, Gallery Avanthay Contemporary, Zurich; 2008 Art Miami USA, “Wedding: Tobacco & Art Magelang”, Central Java.

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Srihadi Soedarsono Srihadi Soedarsono is one of the most gifted-living artists in Indonesia. Srihadi’s talent of portraying inner qualities is reflected not only in his works of ethnic dances, but also in his paintings of still objects such as Borobudur, the largest Buddhist temple in the world, constructed in the 8th century. During his career, Srihadi followed the Bandung style of cubism that was characterized by a kaleidoscopic use of colours and experimented with abstraction as he extensively researched the best method to portray not only subjects, but their essence as well. Srihadi’s Borobudur is the result of his extensive research. Painted in abstraction with his personal lyrical expressionistic style, Borobudur is depicted as a monument composed primarily in black. Srihadi’s abstraction can be seen through the strong strokes on the temple walls combined with the gentle sweep on the sky and earth that present the distinctive spiritual silence. Srihadi considers the artistic architectural form of Borobudur set in the surrounding natural environment as evidence that religious behavior and attitudes are the highest of human values. Srihadi’s Borobudur serves as a cultural text and embodiment of human religiosity and is testament of the great monument and gifted artist.

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SRIHADI SOEDARSONO

(Solo, 1931) Borobudur-Journey of The Soul, 2007 Oil on canvas: 200 x 200 cm (Diptych) Signed and dated, upper right: Srihadi, 2007 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta Acquired directly from the Artist RP 1.500.000.000 - 2.000.000.000 USD 100,000 - 133,330

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LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Flowers, 2002 Oil on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim 02 Signed and dated on the reverse RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1,670 - 2,330

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TOMMY WONDRA (Bukittinggi, 1980) Explode of Love, 2016

Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 250 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Tommy Wondra, 2016 RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 2,670 - 4,000

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Jang Cheol Seok Fragrance of Books, 2017

Oil on canvas: 100 x 63 cm Signed and dated, lower left: 2017 RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4,000 - 5,330

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REDY RAHADIAN

(Cianjur, West Java, 1973) Keep Balance I, 2001 Mild Steel: 212 x 69 x 30 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Redy R.2001 RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,670 - 3,330 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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046 FRANCOIS BROCHET (January 3, 1925 – August 10, 2001) Femme Et Fleurs (Woman and Flowers), 1989 Oil on canvas: 42 x 33 cm Signed, lower right : Francois Brochet Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,000 - 3,330

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THEO MEIER

(Switzerland, 1908 - 1982) Radha, 1970 Pastel on paper: 61 x 46 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Theo Pin Hellnut, 25 September 1970 RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1,670 - 2,330

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TRUBUS SUDARSONO (Yogyakarta, 1926 – 1966) Dua Penari, 1961

Oil on canvas: 110 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Trubus S.61 RP 100.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 6,670 - 10,000

Born in 23 April 1926 in Wates, Yogyakarta. He only had a short formal education until elementary school. His amazing talent and skill was sharpened through learning time with Affandi and Sudjojono. During revolutionary time in Yogya, he joined Seniman Indonesia Muda and then Pelukis Rakyat lead by Hendra Gunawan. In 1948, he was arrested and jailed in Netherlands colonial government because he was considered involving with guerrilla activity. After released from prisoner, he taught at Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia, Yogyakarta during 1950-1960. He was known as one of the strongest realism painter in Indonesia. He indeed closed with opposition and had been selected as Indonesia delegate in a goodwill journey to Chekoslovakia in 1954. Trubus was also a victim of opposition elimination in 1966. Trubus had mastery in capturing the dancing figure through expressive brush stroke that become his distinctive characteristic in painting. He tended to use secondary and tertiary colours that reflected his restless spirit. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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Widayat

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). 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

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Nonton Dagelan Butet, 1999 Oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: H. Widajat99 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta RP 250.000.000 - 350.000.000 USD 16,670 - 23,330 HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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SYARIEF HIDAYAT

(Bandung, 1982) The Lucky Cash Cow, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rief, 17 RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,330 - 3,330

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I KETUT SUGANTIKA (Singapadu, Bali 1975) Sehati, 2015

Acrylic on canvas: 144 x 179 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Le kung, 2015 RP 8.000.000 - 10.000.000 USD 530 - 670

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R. HADI

Pertarungan Liar Oil on canvas: 101 x 76 cm Signed, lower left: R. Hadi RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1,330 - 2,000 053

ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Noah Ark, 2014

Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Erica, 2014 Signed and titled on the reverse RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 0670 - 1,000 42

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SYAHRIZAL ZAIN KOTO (West Sumatra, Pariaman, 1960) Kucing, ed.2/3, 1995 Bronze: 74 x 75 x 17 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Syahrizal95, 2/3 RP 55.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,670 - 4,670

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DIPO ANDY

(Sumbawa, 1975) Football Players Series, 2002 Oil on canvas: 200 x 145 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Dipo Andy 2002 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Padi Pluksters Oil on board: 89 x 68.5 cm Signed, lower right: L.Frits Ohl Titled on reverse RP 55.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,670 - 4,670

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ARIFIEN NEIF

(Surabaya, 1955) On a Clear Day, 1999 Oil on canvas: 40 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Neif 99 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 38.000.000 - 45.000.000 USD 2,530 - 3,000

The Artist with the painting

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Landscape in North of Bali, 1984 Oil and acrylic on canvas mounted on board: 23 x 29 cm Signed and dated, lower left: arie smit 84 Title, signed, and size on the reverse RP 110.000.000 - 150.000.000 USD 7,330 - 10,000 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. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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Lee Man Fong Lee Man Fong was born in Canton, China, 1913. He arrived at Singapore at young age then later moved to Jakarta. He has shown great artistic talent since young. He participated in the Association’s First Art Exhibition invited by the head of the Dutch East Indies Associations (1931). Lee Man Fong was a successful commercial artist before engaged in full time painting in 1941. His successful exhibitions in Bandung and Jakarta made him a fast growing artist at that time. He received scholarship from the Dutch government to study painting in Holland (1946). In 1952 he returned to Indonesia and gained more credits as well as acknowledgement. He was officially become a presidential palace’s painter and chief curators of its collection in 1961 and compiled a 5 volume edition of President Sukarno’s art collection. He died in 1988 and remembered as a western vigorous painter and an oriental unique oil painting painter. Besides his great intense in observing the nature especially animal such as gold fish and doves, women were Lee’s most cherished subject. His figures reflect a wealth of thought and inner content. Lee Man Fong’s portraits are remarkable lifelike, fresh and moving and at the same time full of artistic individuality. His portraits excel equally in form and expression, vitality and faithfulness, and rank above works. The theme of Balinese Weaver is exceptionally rare and most desirable by collectors. This particular female archetype featured prominently in the Balinese works, as if the artist was trying to capture the energy of the weaver and the female spirit. He represented the women in a respectful light, engaging in daily activities and shows the artist experimenting with composition, colors, and aesthetics.

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Balinese Weaver Oil on board: 102 x 50 cm Signed and stamped in chinese character, lower right Provenance: Prominent collector, Jakarta RP 1.100.000.000 - 1.500.000.000 USD 73,330 - 100,000

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HARIJADI SUMADIDJAJA (Kutoarjo, 1921 - 1997) Ceremony, 1971

Pastel on paper: 30 x 48 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Harijadi S. Bali’1971 RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2,000 - 3,330

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JOHN VAN DER STERREN

(Sukabumi, 1938) Mountain Semeru - East Java, 1996 Oil on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren96 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000 USD 1,000 - 1,330

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NOVANDI

(Surabaya, 1968) Butterfly Series #2, 2016 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Novandi, 2016 RP 7.000.000 - 9.000.000 USD 470 - 600

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JB. IWAN SULISTYO

(Kudus, Central Java, 1954) Kampung Naga Oil on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed, lower left: Jb. Iwan Sulistyo This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1,200 - 1,670 48

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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, 1971) Panen Segerobak, 2016 Oil on canvas: 140 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pardoli016 RP 45.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 3,000 - 4,000 Born in Cilacap, Central Java, July 4, 1971. He held his solo exhibition in Maestro Inn, Perth, Australia (1997), Harvey’s Gallery, Perth, Australia (1998), and City Hotel Melbourne, Australia (2003). He chose to be independent in expressing his feeling and thought while producing and creating his work. He greatly produced painting using woman as his object. For him, women have uniqueness of beauty, ugliness, sincerity, passion as well as strong and weak character. His choices of works become his manifest towards his life and art.

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I GUSTI KETUT KOBOT

(Pengosekan, Gianyar, Bali, 1917 – 1999) Jatayu, 1976 Acrylic on canvas: 63 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower right: I Gusti Ketut Kobot, Pengosekan, Ubud Bali 1976 This lot is accompanied with Statement letter of authenticity from the family RP 55.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3,670 - 4,670 50

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Wanita Membawa Bakul Watercolor on paper: 55 x 35 cm Signed, lower right: MF. Lee RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

067 IRSAM (b. Klaten, 1942) Gadis, 1992 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Irsam, 1992 Literature: Mikke Susanto, IRSAM Jejak - Jejak Dekoratif Published by PT Dwi Samapersada, 2013, pg. 99 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2,000 - 2,670

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Antonio Blanco Don Antonio Blanco was born in Manila, the Philippines,on 15 September 1911. He studied at the Fine Arts Academy in New York, the United States in 1934. He was later professionally based in Florida and California, and has lived in Ubud, Bali since 1952. He received awards from the Tiffany Fellowship, New York, La Cofradia de el Arros, Spain and has been honored by several international art organizations and the government of Bali presentd him with the Dharma Kusuma Cultural award in 1997 in recognition of his dedication to painting. He passed away in Campuhan, Ubud, Bali on 10 December 1999. Blanco has spent a lifetime sketching and painting many kinds of object like the sensuous teapots, the furrowed face of an old man, self-portraits and the look of a child. His painting usually framed in his own design that sometimes becomes one unity to the object of the painting. The subject, composition and the frame are all part of the artist’s expression, which he indulged with opulent extravagance.

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ANTONIO BLANCO (Manila, 1911 – 1999) Self Portrait

Oil on board: 29 x 39 cm Signed, lower right: Blanco This lot has been verified the originality and is accompanied with certificate of frame from the Museum Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta RP 200.000.000 - 300.000.000 USD 13,330 - 20,000

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FADJAR SIDIK

(Surabaya, 1930 - 2004) Bersemi, 1958 Oil on board: 44 x 34 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Fadjar Sidik 58, jogja RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.000 - 3.330

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Bunga, 1975 Oil on canvas: 44 x 46 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 75 RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.670 - 2.330

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RUSLI

(Medan, 1912 – Jakarta 2005) Pelabuhan, 1982 Oil on canvas: 50 x 65 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rusli, 15 April 82 RP 80.000.000 - 100.000.000 USD 5.330 - 6.670

Rusli was born in Medan, North Sumatra, 1912. He studied at the Kala Bhawana Santiniketan University of Rabindranath Tagore, India from 1932 to 1938, and he taught in 1951 at Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia (ASRI) in Yogyakarta. He joined Seniman Muda Indonesia (Indonesian Young Artists) and helped established the Seni Rupa Masyarakat (Art for People Association). In 1955 he performed his solo exhibition at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. His works were exhibited at the Biennale exhibition II in Sao Paolo, Brazil (1953) and held solo exhibition at Palazzo Brancaccio, Rome, Italy (1954 – 1956). He passed away in Jakarta on 11 May 2005.

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I WAYAN PENGSONG

SABRI

(Cakra Negara, 1943) Perkampungan, 1991

(Jakarta, 1955) Grace Kelly, 2008

Mixed media on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pengsong 91

Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: sabri.2008

RP 22.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1.470 - 2.000

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

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SUDARSO

(Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Seated Lady, 2003 Oil on canvas: 115 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sudarso 03 RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.200 - 1.670

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JOHAN ABE TOBING

(B. 1976) Penari, 2017

Bronze: 73 x 21 x 6 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Johan Abe 2017 RP 7.000.000 - 9.000.000 USD 470 - 600

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MOCHTAR APIN

(Padang, 1923 – 1994) Tiduran, 1991 Oil on canvas: 60 x 73 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Mochtar Apin 91 Literature: Jim Supangkat “Tubuh-Tubuh Provokatif” membaca karya-karya Mochtar Apin 1990-1993, pg. 184 RP 130.000.000 - 180.000.000 USD 8,670 - 12,000 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. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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Affandi As a renowned artist, Affandi (1907 – 1990) participated in various exhibitions abroad. Besides India, he also displayed his works in the biennale in Brazil (1952), Venice (1954), and Sao Paulo (1956). In 1957, he received a scholarship from the United States government to study arts education. He was appointed as an Honorary Professor in Painting by Ohio State University in Columbus. In 1974, he received an honorary doctorate from University of Singapore, the Peace Award from the Dag Hammarskjoeld Foundation in 1977, and the title of Grand Maestro in Florence, Italy. 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. Affandi was particularly fond of Bali and Javanese culture. His feelings about the land and its people, like farmer, fisherman, are depicted in the theme of ploughing the field, seascapes, or coastal landscapes with fishing boats. In painting the present lot, Affandi depicts the paddy field object being plowed. His spontaneous squeezed paint method shows distinctive expressionistic and emotionally resonant. Affandi’s paintings reveal much of the social and natural environment and often include the shape of the sun as an object. His wild fingers in expressing the color and the object gives not only strong technique of painting but also describes a message of his empathy towards the condition he personally observed and witnessed.

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AFFANDI

(Cirebon, 1907 – 1990) Ploughing The Field, 1985 Oil on canvas: 110, 5 x 147 cm Signed and dated, lower right: A 1985 Literature: Sardjana Sumichan, AFFANDI Vol II, Published by Bina Lestari Budaya Foundation, Jakarta and Singapore Art Museum Singapore, p. 322 Provenance: Private collection Jakarta Aquired directly from the artist RP 1.200.000.000 - 1.800.000.000 USD 80.000 - 120.000

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 – The Hague, 1976) Harbour Scene with Sampans Oil on canvas: 60 x 80 cm Signed, lower right: L. Frits ohl Provenance: Sotheby’s HongKong 3 October 2016, L.374 RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4.000 - 5.330 079

LIM WASIM

(Garut, West Java, 1929 – Jakarta, 2004) Perkampungan di Pinggir Sungai, 2001 Oil on canvas: 76 x 81 cm Signed and dated, lower left: L. Wasim01 Signed and dated on the reverse RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.000 - 3.330 Born in Bandung, West Java 1929. He learned painting with Kok Tekkang at Tiong Hoa Hwee Koan. After, he learnt painting from Sudjana Kerton and Mochtar Apin. He graduated from China Institute of Fine Art in 1956and then assigned to teach at Xian An Institute until 1959. He participated in a joint exhibition in Bandung and many other exhibitions since then. He was appointed as a Presidential Palace painter in 1961 and awarded the gold medal Golden Centaur from International Parliament, USA. His solo exhibition was held in 2003. 58

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Sanur and Beyond: Le Mayeur Sea Shrine With View of Gunung Agung, 2009 Oil on canvas: 70 x 97 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Paul Husner 09, Bali Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: DR. JEAN COUTEAU, “Paul Husner, Paintings of Bali”, Publisher by Agung Rai of Art (ARMA) 2011, pg. 19 RP 85.000.000 - 100.000.000 USD 5.670 - 6.670

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082

(Jakarta, 1951-2011) Lenong Betawi, 1999

(Klungkung, 1944) Tari Legong, 2002

NYOMAN GUNARSA

KRIJONO

Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 70 cm Signed, titled and dated, upper right:1999, Lenong Betawi, Krijono Jkt.

Oil on canvas: 95 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right

This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1.330 - 2.000

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084

(b. Semarang, Central Java) Penari Bali

(Malang, 1957) Gadis, 1982

Oil on canvas: 63 x 44 cm Signed, lower left: R. Hadi

Oil on canvas: 75 x 64 cm Signed and dated, upper left: Ivan Sagita 82

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.670 - 2.330

R. HADI

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BASOEKI ABDULLAH

(Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) Wajah Model / The Model Face 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

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.

RP 80.000.000 - 100.000.000 USD 5.330 - 6.670

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

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WIDAYAT

(Kutoarjo, 1919 – Jakarta, 2002) Flamboyan, 2002 Acrylic on canvas: 75 x 105 cm Signed and dated, lower left: H.Widajat 2002 This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from the museum RP 170.000.000 - 220.000.000 USD 11.330 - 14.670

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UMI DACHLAN

(Cirebon, 1942 – Bandung, 2009) Dialogue of Coins and Colour Plains, 1991 Mixed media on canvas: 40 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Umi 1991 Literature: Mamannoor, “ Umi Dachlan, Imagi dan Abstraksi”, published by Andy Gallery, Jakarta 2000, p. 88 RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 2.670 - 4.000

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HANAFI

(Purworejo, Central Java, 1960) Abstrak Acrylic on canvas: 195 x 180 cm RP 400.000.000 - 500.000.000 USD 26.670 - 33.330

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

Mixed media collage on canvas: 200 x 220 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Goeh Ost’95 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 100,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 6.670 - 10.000

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. Ostenrik resides in Jakarta , Indonesia. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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AMRUS NATALSYA

090

(Medan, 1933) Kampung, 1997

HASIM

(Jakarta, 1921-1982) Pulang Bekerja

Oil on wood: 89 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Amrus N 97

Oil on canvas: 70 x 48 cm Signed, lower right: Hasim

This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from the artist

RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000 USD 1.000 - 1.330

092

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

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SUDJONO ABDULLAH

ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

Oil on canvas: 125 x 200 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah

Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2017 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

(Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Rusa

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(Yogyakarta, 1971) Nice Safari, 2017

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) In the Village Temple, 2001 Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Arie Smit 01 RP 140.000.000 - 200.000.000 USD 9,330 - 13,330 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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Lee Man Fong Lee Man Fong was born in Canton, China, 1913. He arrived at Singapore at young age then later moved to Jakarta. He has shown great artistic talent since young. He participated in the Association’s First Art Exhibition invited by the head of the Dutch East Indies Associations (1931). Lee Man Fong was a successful commercial artist before engaged in full time painting in 1941. His successful exhibitions in Bandung and Jakarta made him a fast growing artist at that time. He received scholarship from the Dutch government to study painting in Holland (1946). In 1952 he returned to Indonesia and gained more credits as well as acknowledgement. He was officially become a presidential palace’s painter and chief curators of its collection in 1961 and compiled a 5 volume edition of President Sukarno’s art collection. He died in 1988 and remembered as a western vigorous painter and an oriental unique oil painting painter. Lee Man Fong is famous painter who captures gold fishes in magnificent way. Here, light is of prime importance and the subjects are consistently bathed in a luminous glow as presented in this lot. Some gold fishes are swimming freely in the space of an aquarium, still with his essential element by using the light, reflecting the sun’s radiance, Lee success to bring all the goldfishes as a depiction of calmness. The background, unlike the flat, void spaces of Chinese paintings, is likewise illuminated by an almost mysterious glow of white sunlight. Therefore the subjects, reflecting the sun’s radiance, seem also to be lit from the back, creating the effect of “glowing silhouettes”.

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Gold Fish Oil on board: 99 x 47 cm Signed in chinese character, middle left Provenance: Private Collection, Jakarta RP 380.000.000 - 500.000.000 USD 25.330 - 33.330

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ZAF CHEVALLIER (February, 1959) New World Series

Oil on canvas: 140 x 140 cm RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.330 - 3.330 Zaf 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, Zaf moved to the Netherlands in 1977 where he spent 26 years working, studying, and absorbing the Dutch culture. Zaf 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, Zaf 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, Zaf’s paints his philosophy of the future and how a cohesive world should be. In Zaf’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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NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Dancer, 2017

Oil on canvas: 130 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 2017 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 75.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 5.000 - 6.000

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Two Cat, 1996 Oil on canvas: 63 x 53 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Popo 96 This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from Griya Seni Popo Iskandar RP 70.000.000 - 90.000.000 USD 4.670 - 6.000

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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DIROT KADIRAH

OTTO DJAYA

Oil on canvas: 145 x 180 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dirot, 2017

Acrylic on canvas: 95 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1999

RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.200 - 1.670

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(Indramayu, 1972) Dialog Negeriku, 2017

(Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Coblosan Pemilu, 1999

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(Yogyakarta, 1971) Traveling With My Turkish Friends, 2017

(Padangpanjang, West Sumatra, 1979) Kuda Hitam (Black Stallion), 2008

ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2017 Signed, titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000 72

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ERIZAL AS

Acrylic on canvas: 180 x 140cm Signed and dated, lower right RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4.000 - 5.330


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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Sembahyang, 1953 Oil on canvas : 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Snel. Bali 53

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

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I Nyoman Masriadi Born in Gianyar, Bali 1973, I Nyoman Masriadi speaks volume through his intricately unique works of arts. Considered as one of the most idiosyncratic artists in Indonesia, he has been in the past moving train that moves forward to produce the spirit of figures exploration under the social criticism of other themes. The theme of Masriadi’s painting ranging from abstract style and figure painting as the presentation of his own exploration. The artist sketches with pencils or felt tipped markers directly on the canvas, but uses these lines only as guides when applying paints. Masriadi derives his inspiration from the trivialities of day to day life, carefully portraying activities that would normally be disregarded of forgotten. Combining the strength of his idea with a sharp wit and healthy sense of humor, his works not only capture the attention of the viewer, but also makes them think, twice, thrice, about what is meant to be conveyed. There is no doubt that Masriadi has been influenced by American Pop Art, but also by the consumerist society that has flourished in Indonesia during the last decade. Possessing the creative spirit of a true artist, he become an artist not to be dictated by the market demands or what is currently trendy in the world of art. His process of creation is instead guided by his own compass, fueled by his own need to express himself of how he views the world and what he sees in the present. The present lot encounter a picture with a melodramatic tenor. A number of partial figures hover into view and these merge into one another, virtually foregoing their respective bodily forms. Even so, we look out for and hook our attention onto residual figurations. Hence we see a heavily masked face appearing in profile towards the left; it is painted predominantly in black. A nude figure, suggestively female, posed in rear view walks into the picture and is absorbed into its ground. Towards the top edge, the upper section of a face with eyes peering out is visible; beside it is another face/head titled onto one side with one eye presented as open. Even as we look out for, identity body components and secure them as discrete forms or entities, out attention is pulled towards upraising the picture in terms of densely configured colors. The figures fuse and surrender their fragmentary forms in order to constitute a chromatic amalgam that yields emotional resonances. (T.K. Sabapathy – Nyoman Masriadi, Reconfiguring the Body)

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I NYOMAN MASRIADI (Gianyar, 1973) 2 W, 1996

Mixed media on canvas : 98 x 99 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Literature: NYOMAN MASRIADI “Reconfiguring the Body”, TK. Sabapathy, Publication Gajah Gallery 2010, pg. 32 RP 150.000.000 - 250.000.000 USD 10.000 - 16.670

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NASJAH DJAMIN

(Perbaungan, 1924 – 1993, 1999) Perahu Jukung, 1987 Oil on canvas: 90 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Nasjah87 RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3.330 - 4.670

Born in Perbaungan, Deli, North Sumatra, 1924. He started painting in 1947 and went to Yogyakarta because he was attracted by the works of Sudjojono, Affandi and Kartono Yudhokusumo. He was best known for his quiet atmospheric and rather monochromatic landscapes. He was also active as a theatrical playwright and awarded for his writing in 1958. He joined several art organizations such as the Pasukan Obor art studio, Seniman Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists) and Gabungan Pelukis Indonesia (Indonesian Painters Union). He died in Yogyakarta, 1999).

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PARDOLI FADLI

(Cilacap, 1971) Rejeki Besar, 2016

Oil on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pardoli 16 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.670 - 2.330

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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 RP 130.000.000 - 180.000.000 USD 8,670 - 12,000

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. HERITAGE FINE ART AUCTION

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Bedoyo-Wulandari, 2014

Oil on canvas : 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Jeihan 14 Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from museum RP 90.000.000 - 120.000.000 USD 6.000 - 8.000 109

HUANG FONG

(Genteng, Banyumas, East Java, 1936) Balinese Girl Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed, lower right: Huang Fong RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.330 - 3.330 Huang Fong was born in Genteng, Banyumas, East Java, 1936. He graduated from IKIP Seni Rupa, Surabaya, Indonesia. He was a member of Kamboja Group. He started painting under the guidance of painter Tan Kiaw Tek using watercolor. Huang Fong made friends with many senior painters and learnt a lot from them. One of them would be the famous Indonesia’s artist Affandi, whom he befriended in Bali in 1968. Since 1963, he was a professional Indonesian artist. At first, he painted oil on canvas, eventually, during 1974. He continued to learn oil painting under painter Nurdin in 1961. He came to Bali in 1967, lived in Ubud and later on moved to Denpasar. he began to exploring his arts by mixed the East and West techniques. Huang Fong has already held solo exhibitions since 1961 and his art pieces were exhibited in Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia 78

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BATARA LUBIS

(Hutogodang, 1927 - 1986) Kuda Lumping Oil on canvas : 100 x 300 cm Signed, lower left: Batara Lubis RP 100,000,000 - 150,000,000 USD 6.670 - 10.000 Batara Lubis was born in Hutagodang, South Tapanuli, North Sumartra, on 27 February 1927. He studied painting from senior artists such as Trubus Soedarsono, Sudarso, Affandi and Hendra Gunawan (1953 – 1959). He also took formal study at the ASRI, Academy of Fine Arts in Yogyakarta (1952 – 1958). He became the member of Pelukis Rakyat (People’s Painter) during 1950s. Since 1955, he had been actively participated in several solo and group exhibition in Medan, Jakarta and Yogyakarta (1983). His work was included in the travelling exhibition of modern Indonesian Art for the Festival of Indonesia in America from 1990 to 1991. Batara Lubis was interested in depicting scenes from the daily life and ceremonies of the Indonesian people. He uses traditional Heritage of Batak motifs and themes in creating his characters. He realized the importance of preserving the traditional cultures was one of which by applying the theme onto his painting. Lubis works in canvas as well as in paper and also made Batik paintings.

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Tio Tjay Tio Hok Tjay was born in Jakarta 1946, he began to study painting at the young painter association in Jakarta 1956. In 1967, he decided to settle in Brazil with his family and live in Sao Paulo. During his reside in South America gives him an opportunity to explore the Amazon rainforest that inspired his painting of nature theme. In 1976, participate in the exhibition of Bienal Nacional de SĂŁo Paulo and also held many exhibitions, from Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and even Paraguay. Among the group exhibitions includes; The Second Collective Exhibition of Sao Gaetano Do Sul CONTEMPORARY ART, The Third Collective Exhibition of Campinas Youth Painter, and many more. He also became part of the Inter-National Association of Plastic Art (AIAP) from UNESCO. 1980's was a great decade for Tio Tjay. He was invited to join an exhibition in Italy which was held in Naples for a cultural relationship between Brazil and Italy. A few years later, he was again invited to Tukuyama, Japan for a collective exhibition. Tio Tjay's strong painting is affected by the Latin colors that was dominant in Brazil. Besides painting beautiful scenery and natural theme, Tio Tjay also paint animal and traditional market scene. His works appear colorful with good composition, so that his works are easily remembered and enjoyed by art lovers in Indonesia and International. The tradition and natural beauty that he found in Brazil and Indonesia became a very beautiful composition that creates unique style of art work by combining the brave colors of Latin, with an oriental style, applied in the wondrous Indonesia and the exotic and mysterious Amazon.

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TIO TJAY

(b. 1946) Pasar Sapi, 2018 Oil on canvas : 110 x 180 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Tio Tjay, 2018 RP 90.000.000 - 120.000.000 USD 6.000 - 8.000

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JANG CHEOL SEOK (Korea) Personal Roses

Oil on canvas: 120 x 85 cm Signed, lower right RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4.000 - 5.330 Awards 2012 Korean Art Award (Insa Art Plaza) 2014 Artist of the Year (Dangjin Arts Hall) 2015 Korea Creative Arts and Culture Grand Prize (Korean National Assembly Hall) 2016 Grand Prize for Korean People (Baekbum Memorial Hall) 2016 Republic of Korea Contribution to the Republic of Korea (Memorial Hall of the National Assembly of Korea) 2016 Innovative Art Impression (Dong-A Ilbo Newspaper)

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WAKIDI

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1890 – Padang, West Sumatra, 1979) View of the Sea Oil on canvas: 85 x 160 cm Signed, lower right: Wakidi RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000 USD 1.330 - 2.000

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WILHEMUS JEAN FREDERIC IMANDT (St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882 – 1967) Mountain Path Oil on canvas: 80 x 60 cm Signed, lower right: Imandt RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.200 - 1.670 Born in St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882. In 1908, he visited Indonesia, where he lived and worked as a painter and drawing teacher at secondary school. From 1920 - 1925, he participated in several exhibitions organized by the Bataviasche Kunstkring in Jakarta. He returned to The Netherlands and stayed there since 1928 - 1935, and then came to Indonesia again afterward. He finally settled in his home town around 1946 until he died in 1967.

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ADAM LAY

(Wonosobo, Central Java, 1949) Kedamaian, 1992 Oil on canvas: 152 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Adam L92 This lot is accompanied with certificate authenticity from the artist RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 2.670 - 4.000

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Willem Gerard Hofker Willem Gerard Hofker was born in the Netherlands in 1902. He received a formal art edu­cation, encouraged by an amateur artist Father, he attended first the ‘Academy of Fine Arts’ at the Hague followed by the ‘Rijksacademie’ in Amsterdam. A prestigious commission to paint Queen Wilhelmina resulted in a trip to Indonesia in 1938. Inspired by the beauty of the women, the landscape and fascinated by the rituals of Bali in particular, he remained there until 1944. During his sojourn in Ubud, he socialised with the other foreign artists Rudolf Bonnet and Walter Spies who were living and working there at the time. Hofker’s works include many Balinese dancers and typical Balinese village scenes yet this painting is of a Dutch girl. Returning to the Netherlands after the Second World War, Hofker continued to paint for a living. While much of his work was commissioned portraits he would still recreate the beautiful Balinese scenes that he had encountered years earlier. Besides inspired by Balinese women figure, Hofker also painted portraits of his relatives. All are captured in sharply-observed and widely varied attitudes. If no relatives were at hand, Willem would sit before a mirror and draw himself. Hofker left an even larger number of portraits – in various techniques – of his mother, all bearing witness to his great love. In later years his wife Maria was a frequent and very patient subject of portraits in all kinds of techniques. The present lot illustrates one of his objects in portrait paintings. Hofker used a remarkable striking way with the eyes, involving infinite nuances of color and splendid downward illumination. His entire portrait is typified by its especially capable expression, carefully considered composi­tional unity and subtle color nuances and grey tints in shaded planes. Even the smallest detail is the result of his awareness of the essence of his models.

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WILLEM GERARD HOFKER (Amsterdam, 1902 – 1981) Ina Levina, 1960

Oil on canvas: 45 x 50 cm Signed, titled and dated, upper area: Ina Levina, WG. Hofker, 1960 RP 250.000.000 - 350.000.000 USD 16.670 - 23.330

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(Medan, 1933) Keluarga Lim, 1999

(Sayan, Bali, 1972) Daun dan Sepeda, 2009

AMRUS NATALSYA

Oil on wood: 60 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Amrus N.99 RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000 USD 330 - 470

NYOMAN SUJANA KENYEM

Mixed media on canvas: 145 x 135 cm Signed and dated, lower right: N. Sujana, 2009 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 22.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1.470 - 2.000

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MAHYUDDIN S.

(Bukittinggi. Sumatra 1924 - 1993) Ngarai Sihanok,1982 Oil on canvas: 75 x 135 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Mahyuddin S.82 RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000 USD 4.000 - 5.330

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HASAN DJAAFAR

(Koto Gadang, West Sumatra, 1919 - 1995) Lotus dan Ilalang Oil on canvas: 89 x 140 cm Signed, lower right: Hasan Djaafar RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2.000 - 2.670

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SUDARSO

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WILLEM VAN DER DOES

(Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1889 – 1966) View at Dusk Oil on board: 30 x 40 cm Signed, lower left: W.V.D. Does RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1.200

(Purwokerto, 1914 – 2006) Balinese Boats on The Beach Oil on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed, lower left: Sudarso Literature: Nasjah Djamin, Sides Sudyarto “ The World of Sudarso”, Published by Hexart Publishing Jakarta, pg 83 RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3.330 - 4.670

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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Gadis Bali, 1965 Pastel on paper : 56 x 42 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Han Snel, Bali 65 RP 80.000.000 - 120.000.000 USD 5.330 - 8.000

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


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SOETOPO

(Yogyakarta, 1931) Mother and Child, 1979 Oil on canvas: 108 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soetopo, 3 Agustus 1979, Yogya RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.330 - 3.330

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HANDRIO

Komposisi, 1980 Oil on canvas: 87 x 147 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Han 80 RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3.330 - 4.670

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Trubus Sudarsono Born in 23 April 1926 in Wates, Yogyakarta. He only had a short formal education until elementary school. His amazing talent and skill was sharpened through learning time with Affandi and Sudjojono. During revolutionary time in Yogya, he joined Seniman Indonesia Muda and then Pelukis Rakyat lead by Hendra Gunawan. In 1948, he was arrested and jailed in Netherlands colonial government because he was considered involving with guerrilla activity. After released from prisoner, he taught at Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia, Yogyakarta during 1950-1960. He was known as one of the strongest realism painter in Indonesia. He indeed closed with opposition and had been selected as Indonesia delegate in a goodwill journey to Chekoslovakia in 1954. Trubus was also a victim of opposition elimination in 1966. Trubus had mastery in capturing the dancing figure through expressive brush stroke that become his distinctive characteristic in painting. He tended to use secondary and tertiary colours that reflected his restless spirit.

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TRUBUS SUDARSONO (Yogyakarta, 1926 – 1966) Penari, 1960

Oil on canvas: 110 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Trubus S.1960 Provenance: Private collection, Jakarta RP 250.000.000 - 350.000.000 USD 16,670 - 23,330

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(Temanggung, 1958) Joged Di Taman Kota, 2004

(Bogor, West Java, 1981) Penjual Sate

AHMAD SUUDHI

Acrylic on canvas: 90 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Ahmad Suudhi, 2004 Signed and titled on the reverse RP 24.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.600 - 2.330

CHENG SHUI

Oil on board: 80 x 100 cm Signed, upper right: RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000 USD 1.000 - 1.330

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(Bandung, West Java, 1971) Penjual Sayuran, 2018

(Kutoarjo, 1921 - 1997) Figur Wanita

GUNAWAN BAGEA

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Gunawan, 2018 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 USD 800 - 1.200 92

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HARIJADI SUMADIDJAJA

Bronze: 35 x 28 x 20 cm Signed, lower area: Harijadi S. RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.330 - 3.330


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DIPO ANDY

(Sumbawa, 1975) Ball Art Series, 1999 Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 190 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dipo Andy, 1999

Dipo Andy was born in Sumbawa 1975. He graduated from Indonesia Institute of Art (1992-1999). He held his solo exhibition “Voice of Nation” in Intaran Gallery Bandung (1999), “Feminografi” in Gelaran Budaya Yogyakarta (2000), “Muka Kamu Amuk Muak” in Nasional Museum Jakarta (2001), “Mirror : Masters Revisited” in Vanessa Art Link Jakarta (2006). He was awarded as Top 5 Winner of Indonesia Art Award in Jakarta (1999).

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MOCHTAR APIN

(Padang, 1923 – 1994) Nude, 1965 Oil on canvas on hardboard: 84 x 116 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Mochtar Apin 65 RP 40.000.000 - 60.000.000 USD 2.670 - 4.000

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WAHDI SUMANTA (Bandung, 1917 - 1996) Landscape, 1975

Oil on canvas: 75 x 136 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wahdi S.4.75 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 USD 2.000 - 2.670 94

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Born in Bandung, 1917. He studied painting from Abdullah Suriosubroto. He once became a teacher of Hendra Gunawan. In 1949 he was a member of “Saint Lucas Gilde”, Bandung. Together with Affandi, Sudarso, Hendra Gunawan, and Barli established Kelompok Lima artists group. He taught drawing at a public school and worked in furniture business in Bandung. He was well known as a landscape painter.


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DULLAH

(Solo, 1919 – 1996) Kakek Oil on canvas: 59 x 49 cm Signed, lower right: Dullah RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 USD 3.330 - 4.670

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.

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AGUS DJAYA

(Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Man and Cockerel, 1979 Acrylic on canvas: 135 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Djaya, 1979 RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000 USD 670 - 1.000

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TATANG KOENTJORO

(b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Wanita Penjual Buah, 1975 Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Koentjoro’75 RP 8.000.000 - 10.000.000 USD 530 - 670

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(Amlapura, Bali, 1966) Dharma Awatara, 2002

(Purwakarta, 1928) Sripanggung, 2012

I MADE SUKADANA

ABAS ALIBASYAH

Oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sukdana 02 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas, 012 Signed and titled on the reverse

RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.670 - 3.330

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PUTU SUTAWIJAYA

(Bali, 1971) Memori Terhalang Waktu, 2014 Mixed media on canvas: 140 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Putu Sutawijaya, 2014 RP 160.000.000 - 200.000.000 USD 10.670 - 13.330

Putu Sutawijaya studied art at Indonesia Institute of Fine Art (ISI) Yogyakarta. He currently lives and works in Yogyakarta and Bali. As a painter, sculptor and performance artist, Putu embodies the multi-media, cross-disciplinary character of Indonesian contemporary art. At the same time, a main focus of his work is the human body as both an expressive form and a vessel of the spirit: as Putu says, ‘the body is the medium of suffering, pain, laughter and fear.’ Putu’s gestural movement communicates an intense spectrum of spiritual and emotional states, from contemplation to sorrow to the pure exuberance of dance. Putu is also deeply drawn to sacred sites and often travels to the ancient temples scattered around Java and Bali, where he spends days painting.

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Kyam, 2012

(Purworejo, Central Java, 1960) Abstrak, 1998

DEDY SUPRIADY Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.000 - 1.670

HANAFI

Acrylic on canvas: 130 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hanafi 98 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

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I MADE WIRADANA

ANTONI EKA PUTRA

(Denpasar, 1968) Ikan-ikan, 2008

(Padang, 1980) Touch Him (Pieter Cornelis Mondrian), 2016

Mixed media on canvas: 143 x 153 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Wira D. 2008 Signed and titled on the reverse

Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Antoni.Pdg.2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

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FAIZAL

(Solo, 1965) Lovers and Cupid, 2001 145

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Faizal 01 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

I KETUT KASTA (Ubud, Bali, 1945) Penari Bali, 2001

RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.200 - 1.670

Acrylic on canvas: 125 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kt. Kasta,Bali,9/6/2001 RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000 USD 2.330 - 3.330

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BATARA LUBIS

(Hutogodang, 1927 - 1986) Patung Batak, 1980 Oil on canvas: 72 x 55 cm Signed and dated, lower left: B. Lubis 80 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 USD 670 - 1.000

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HAN SNEL

(Scheveningen, 1925 – 1998) Seated Lady, 1959

Pastel on paper : 65 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Han Snel, Bali 59 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 USD 1.330 - 2.000

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ABAS ALIBASYAH

(Purwakarta, 1928) Sawah Di Pantai Selatan, 1994

(Bogor, West Java, 1981) Sepasang Ayam

Oil on canvas: 60 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas 94

Oil on board: 104 x 50 cm Signed, lower right

RP 24.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.600 - 2.330

RP 12,000,000 - 18,000,000 USD 800 - 1.200

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151

(Bali, 1973) VI Abstrak, 2002

(Yogyakarta, 1948) Pasar

Acrylic on canvas: 75 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hantaguna, 2002 Bali

Oil on canvas: 98 x 135 cm Signed, lower right: Men Sagan

RP 17.000.000 - 25.000.000 USD 1.130 - 1.670

RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000 USD 1.670 - 2.330

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Index Of Artist Abas Alibasjah

10, 138, 149

I Gusti Ketut Kobot

65

R. Hadi

52, 83

Adam Lay

3, 115

I Ketut Kasta

145

Redy Rahadian

45

Affandi

77

I Ketut Sugantika

51

Roedyat Martadiredja

23

Agung Mangu Putra

22

I Made Djirna

38

Rusli

71

Agus Djaya

135

I Made Sukadana

137

S. Sudjojono

32

Ahmad Suudhi

127

I Made Wiradana

142

S. Toyo

20

Amrus Natalsya

19, 91, 117

I Nyoman Masriadi

104

Sabri

73

Antoni Eka Putra

143

I wayan Pengsong

27, 72

Sen Pao

9

Antonio Blanco

68

Irsam

67

Soetopo

124

Arie Smit

5, 58, 94

Ivan Sagita

84

Srihadi Soedarsono

41

Arifien Neif

57

Jang Cheol Seok

44, 112

Sudarso

74, 122

Awiki

13

JB. Iwan Sulistyo

4, 63

Sudjono Abdullah

21, 92

Basoeki Abdullah

35, 85

Jeihan Sukmantoro

6, 17, 108

Suwaji

16

Batala Lubis

110, 146

Johan Abe Tobing

30, 75

Syahrizal Zain Koto

54

Cheng Shui

128, 148

John Vander Sterren

1, 61

Syarief Hidayat

50

Chusin Setiadikara

24

Krijono

28, 81

Tatang Koentjoro

136

Dede Eri Supria

26, 31

Lee Man Fong

7, 59, 66, 95

Teguh Ostenrik

89

Dedy Suprfiadi

140

Lim Tjoe Ing

11

Theo Meier

8, 47

Dipo Andy

55, 131

Lim Wasim

42, 79

Tio Tjay

111

Dirot Kadirah

99

Lucien Frits Ohl

56, 78

Tommy Wondra

43

Dullah

134

Made Hantaguna

150

Tresna Suryawan

39

Erica Hestu Wahyuni 53, 93, 101

Mahyuddin S.

119

Trubus Sudarsono

48, 126

Erizal AS

102

Men Sagan

2, 151

Umi Dachlan

87

Fadjar Sidik

69

Mochtar Apin

76, 132

Untung Wahono

37

Faizal

144

Nashar

25

Wahdi Sumanta

133

Francois Brochet

46

Nasjah Djamin

105

Wakidi

113

Galam Zulkifli

40

Ni Gusti Agung Galuh

34

Widayat

49, 86

Gunawan Bagea

36, 129

Novandi

62

Wilhemus Jean Frederic Imandt 114

Gerard Pieter Adolfs

107

Nyoman Budiarta

12

Willem Dooijewaard

29, 33

Han Snel

103, 123, 147

Nyoman Gunarsa

15, 82, 97

Willem Gerard Hofker

116

Hanafi

88, 141

Nyoman Sujana Kenyem 118

Willem Van Der Does

121

Handrio

125

Otto Djaya

100

Zaf Chevallier

96

Harijadi Sumadijaja

60, 130

Pardoli Fadli

64, 106

Hasan Djaafar

18, 120

Paul Husner

14, 80

Hasim

90

Popo Iskandar

70, 98

Huang Fong

109

Putu Sutawijaya

139

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Srihadi Soedarsono, “Bedaya Ela-ela-Energy of Beauty”, oil on canvas: 150 x 200 cm

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