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Fine Art Auction

Auction Sunday, 24 March 2019 Luncheon : 12.00 am Auction : 1.00 pm

Viewing Friday, 22 March 2019 Saturday, 23 March 2019 11.00 am - 08.00 pm

Venue Masterpiece Building, 4rd 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 TREASURES 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 TREASURES 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 TREASURES will take preference. Written bid forms are available 7 days before the sale and returned to TREASURES within 24 hours before the sale or by fax to (021) 351 0707. Telephone Bids If you cannot attend the auction, TREASURES 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. TREASURES will record the bidder number of the buyer and the purchase of the lot cannot be cancelled. 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 TREASURES 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 TREASURES. Due to space constraints, TREASURES requires that purchases and unsold property be collected within 7 (seven) days. If the goods remain after 7 (seven) days TREASURES reserves the right to cause the artworks to be stored at the expense of the purchaser. Storage and Insurance TREASURES 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, TREASURES 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 TREASURES 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 TREASURES 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. Remedies of TREASURES If the buyer is in breach of any of the conditions of sale then TREASURES 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 TREASURES or privately on 5(five) days notice to the buyer. Take any other action TREASURES may consider necessary.

In the event a defaulting buyer has made a part payment, TREASURES reserves the right to apply such payment to any such lots at its sole discretion. Forgery In the event of proven forgery, TREASURES will refund to the buyer the purchase price of the lot. This refund will only occur on the following terms: (i) (ii)

The buyer must provide evidence from an independent expert who proves that the lot is a forgery. TREASURES reserves the right to request further expert evidence if, in its sole discretion, it is not satisfied with the finding of either expert. The buyer must provide written notification to TREASURES 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 TREASURES is responsible for such services. TREASURES 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 TREASURES 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. TREASURES is not responsible for any errors or omission in the catalogue. Buyers are strongly recommended to take independent professional advice on selection of purchase.

Published by: TREASURES 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 @ 2019, Treasures Auction House All right reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retriavel system, or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher.

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ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) The Beauty Pinky, 2017

Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica,9.6.17 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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AHMAD SUUDHI

(Temanggung, 1958) Joged Di Taman Kota, 2004 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

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GUNAWAN BAGEA

UNTUNG WAHONO

(Bandung, West Java, 1971) Panen, 2018

(Yogyakarta, 1962) Tugu Yogya, 2016

Oil on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Untung W.2016

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Gunawan, 2018 Signed, titled and ated on the reverse

RP 5.000.000 – 7.000.000

RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000

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DIROT KADIRAH

(Indramayu, 1972) Sepasang Nelayan, 2016 Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Dirot, 2016 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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NYOMAN BUDIARTA

(Bali,1967) Hutan, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 125 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Budiarta,13 Signed, titled on the reverse RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000 8

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LEE MAN FONG

(Canton, China 1913 – Singapore 1988) Wanita Memintal Benang III Watercolor on paper: 47 x 35 cm Signed, lower left: MF. Lee RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000

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

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MARLAN JASS

( Medan, North Sumatra 1936 - 2011) Para Pejuang, 1981 Oil on canvas: 125 x 172 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Marlan Jass81 RP 15.000.000 - 25.000.000

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JB. IWAN SULISTYO

(Kudus, Central Java, 1954) Gedung Sate Mixed media on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed, lower right: Jb. Iwan Sulistyo This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

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HARIJADI SUMADIDJAJA

(Kutoarjo, 1921 - 1997) Figur Wanita

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

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ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: 73 x 109 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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SYAYIDIN

(Indramayu, West Java, 1967) Masa Keemasan Borobudur, 2016 Oil on canvas: 80 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Syayidin, 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 12.000.000 - 20.000.000 10

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YAP HIAN TJAY

(Surakarta, Central Java, 1927) Pegunungan, 1997 Oil on canvas: 86 x 109 Signed and dated, lower left: JHT97 RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000

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SUDJONO ABDULLAH

(Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Pasar, 1979

Oil on canvas: 70 x 135 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Abdullah,1.1.79 RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000


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PARDOLI FADLI (Cilacap, 1971) Panen Raya, 2009

Oil on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Pardoli09 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000

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RUSTAMADJI

(Surabaya, 1932 - 1990) Pura Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: Rustamadji RP 90.000.000 - 100.000.000

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WAHYU SRIKARYADI (Bandung, 1968) Gerak Penari Bali II, 1999

Mixed media on canvas:139 x 99 cm Signed and dated, lower left: W. Srikaryadi, 1999 RP 14.000.000 - 18.000.000

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KRIJONO

(Jakarta, 1951 - 2011) Kakak Adik Ketut, 1994 Pastel on paper: 79 x 74 cm Signed, titled and dated, upper left: Kakak Adik ketut, Bali 1994, Krijono RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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TRESNA SURYAWAN (Bandung, 1943) Mencari Kutu, 1990

Acrylic on canvas: 140 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: 90. Tresna. S RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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YOPI HENDIANA

(Tasikmalaya, W. Java, 1975) Delivery Order, 2017 Acrylic on canvas: 120 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Yopi 2017 RP 12.000.000 - 20.000.000

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ANTONIO BLANCO

(Manila, 1911 - 1999) Portrait of My Little Son Mario, ed.44/300 Lithograph: 25.5 x 23 cm This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist on the reverse RP 7.000.000 - 10.000.000

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PIERRE ERNEST KOHL (1897-1985) Lady

Oil on canvas: 73 x 54 cm Signed, lower right: Pierre Ernest Kohl RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000 12

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ANTON HUANG

(Bandung, 1935 – 1985) Tintya, 1982 Oil on canvas: 45 x 32 cm Signed and dated, upper right: Anton H, Bali

Born in Bandung, 1935. At 20s, he learnt painting from painter Kartono Yudhokusumo at Sanggar Seniman and continued to study under painter Barli. In 1959, he held his exhibition in several major cities in Indonesia among others in Jakarta, Bandung and Surabaya. He was also active participating in many exhibitions abroad such as in Denmark and Amsterdam. In 1969, he moved to Bali where he strongly in contact with European artists that develop his painting.

Provenance: Private collection, Spain RP 110.000.000 - 170.000.000 TREASURES FINE ART AUCTION

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MOZES MISDY

(Banyuwangi, 1941) Pasar Oil on canvas: 120 x 140 cm Signed, lower left: Mozes Signed on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

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SOFYAN WIYADI

(Surabaya, E. Java, 1963) West Java Indonesia, 2016 Oil on canvas: 29 x 43 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wiyadi, 2016 Signed, titled on the reverse RP 3.000.000 - 5.000.000

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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I WAYAN BENDI (Batuan, Bali 1950) Potong Padi, 2007

Acrylic on canvas: 82 x 130 cm Signed and dated,lower left: I Wayan Bendi, Batuan, Bali This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000

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JOHN VAN DER STERREN (Sukabumi, 1938) Pura Satria, Pasar Burung, 2006

Oil on canvas: 40 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Van Der Sterren Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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HENING PURNAMAWATI

(Cimahi, 1960) Necleous, 1989

Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hening89 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000 14

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DIKDIK SAYAHDIKUMULLAH

(Majalengka, West Java, 1973) After looking Back to Keiga, 2010

Oil on canvas: 194 x 130 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000


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

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TEGUH OSTENRIK (Jakarta, 1950) Referendum, 1993

Mixed media collage on canvas: 120 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Goeh Ost93 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 90.000.000 - 120.000.000 TREASURES FINE ART AUCTION

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I MADE WIANTA

(Apuan, Bali, 1949) The Fence of Calligraphy, 1995 Oil on fragrance canvas: 43 x 43 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Wianta, 1995 RP 3.000.000 - 5.000.000

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RUSLI

(Medan, 1912 – Jakarta 2005) Landscape, 1977 033

Watercolor on paper: 49 x 62 cm Signed and dated, lower right:19 Mei 87

(Padang, 1980) Intensitas, 2013

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

ANTONI EKA PUTRA

Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Antoni. Pdg. 2013 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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HILMAN HENDARSYAH

(Bandung, 1980) West Coast Morning, 2011

Drawing pen, Acrylic, charcoal on canvas: 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hilman H.XI Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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EDI SUNARYO

(Banyuwangi, 1951) Monument, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 127 x 107 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Edi Sunaryo, 2003 RP 7.000.000 - 10.000.000

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PAINTINGS FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR SUKARNO, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA VOLUME I-II Compiled by Dullah. Published by Pustaka Kesenian Rakjat, Peking Republik Rakyat Tiongkok, pg. 157 RP 22.000.000 - 30.000.000


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ENTANG WIHARSO (Tegal, 1967) Bunga, 2005

Oil on canvas: 200 x 143 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Entang Wiharso.2005 RP 50.000.000 - 60.000.000

Born in Tegal, 1967. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta (1987 - 1994). He performed his oneman shows at Agniel Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island, USA (2000), Chouinard Gallery, Hongkong, Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Washington DC (2001 - 2002). He joined group exhibitions at Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia (2000), Casa de Cantabria, Madrid, Spain, H. Widayat Museum, Magelang, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2001), Semarang Gallery, Semarang and Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2002).

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NASHAR

(Pariaman, 1928-1994) Irama Alam, 1980 Acrylic on canvas: 90 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 1.3.80 RP 75.000.000 - 90.000.000

Born in Pariaman, West Sumatra, October 3, 1928. He studied painting under Affandi and Sudjojono. He help established the Institut Kesenian Jakarta (IKJ, Jakarta Arts Institute) where he became a lecturer. In 1979 - 1992 he was a member of Dewan Kesenian Jakarta (Jakarta Art Committee). He has participated in exhibitions of the Festival of Indonesia (USA, 1990 - 1992), the Gate Foundation (Amsterdam, Holland, 1993) and several places in Indonesia. He left his figurative paintings to fully paint in abstract style until his deceased in April 13, 1994.

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WILLEM DOOIJEWAARD

(Amsterdam, 1892 – 1980) a. Tanger, 1948 Pastel on paper: 37 x 39 cm Signed, title and dated lower right: W. Dooiyewaard, 1948, TANGER b. San Sebastian Charcola on paper: 42 x 32 cm Signed, lower right: W. Dooiyewaard RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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I WAYAN BENDI

(Batuan, Bali 1950) Tantri, 2008

Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower left: I Wayan Bendi, Batuan, Bali.2008 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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MEN SAGAN

(Yogyakarta, 1948) Singa Ambara Raja, 1971 Oil on canvas: 87 x 65 cm Signed and dated, middle Left: Men, 1971 RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

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HASIM

(Jakarta, 1921-1982) Sabung Ayam, 1978 Oil on canvas: 71 x 118 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hasim78 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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MANGKU MURA (1920-1999) Wisnu Murti

Warna Alam on canvas: 44 x 73 cm This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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ADE RIYANTO (Rere)

(Indramayu, West Jav, 1972) Mengejar Pencuri, 2016 Acrylic on canvas: 120 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ade Riyanto, 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 8.000.000 - 10.000.000

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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.

RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 TREASURES FINE ART AUCTION

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Sunaryo

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

Back in the 1980s, Sunaryo established himself with his lyrical paintings of Indonesian themes, such as Balinese dancers and barongs (masked dancers who symbolize the “spirit king”), often incorporating traditional art forms and motifs. Sunaryo’s dancer figures theme are very much loved and enjoyed by art lovers. Sometimes the figures have become stereotypes but each has its own particular nuances to the character. 046

SUNARYO

(Banyumas, 1943) Persiapan Pentas, 1996 Mixed media on canvas: 99.5 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sunaryo 96 Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist RP 350.000.000 - 450.000.000

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F. Sigit Santosa Born in Ngawi, East Java, 1964. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta (Indonesia Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta) in 1993. Sigit held solo exhibitions in Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia, and has participated in group exhibitions in Bali, Jakarta, Italy, Korea, Solo, Yogyakarta, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Tai Pei and Beijing. In 2006 and 2007 he was in the runner-up in The Sovereign Asian Art Prize, Hong Kong. In 1994 he was within the best 10 of The Phillip Morris Group Indonesian Art Awards, the same year he won best work at Biennale IV, Yogyakarta. In 1992 he won the best work at the Festival of Indonesian Art University Student, and in 1990 the best work at The V Anniversary of ISI, Yogyakarta. The artist is one of the few who has chosen realism as the primary way to express the accuracy of form in this difficult and time consuming technique. He is skilled at composing precise metaphors to express his ideas that are always open to wide interpretations. His paintings are rather surrealistic and imply his comprehension of complex values in life through identity, origins, ironies and contradictions. Photo of the artist with the painting

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F. SIGIT SANTOSA (East Java, 1964) Mea Culpa 2016

Oil on canvas: 174 x 116 cm Signed and dated, lower right: F. Sigit Santosa 2016 RP 35.000.000 – 50.000.000

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F. SIGIT SANTOSA (East Java, 1964) Gogh Bless You, 2010

Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower right: F. Sigit Santosa 2010 RP 35.000.000 – 50.000.000

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AHMAD PARSONO (Cilacap, 1978) Ayam, 2017

Oil on canvas: 115 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ahmad Parsono017 RP 8.000.000 - 10.000.000

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SABARIMAN RUBIANTO (SINUNG) (Brebes, 1972)

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Oil, pencil on canvas: 96 x 131 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Le Kung, 2014 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000

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RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000

RP 5.000.000 - 8.000.000

(Singapadu, Bali 1975) New Baby, 2014

RP 7.000.000 - 10.000.000

Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2010 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

Oil on board: 81 x 121 cm Signed and stamped, upper left

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Acrylic on canvas: 145 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sinung Rubianto, 2016 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Prosperity Cosmo Beijing, 2010

(Bogor, West Java, 1981) Kuda

KETUT SUGANTIKA

Sirkus, 2016

ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

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CHENG SHUI

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ISA ANSORY

(Batu, 1973) Bisakah Tanpa Belang, 2008 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Isa Ansory, 2008 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 12.000.000 - 15.000.000


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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

Gerard Pieter Adolfs was born 2 January 1898 in Semarang, Central-Java. He was a Dutch East Indies painter and architect. He was already well-known as a talented advertising illustrator, when in 1924 he was first introduced to the public of Yogyakarta as a painter, water-colourist and graphic artist. Each year Adolfs travelled for a few months. He had studios in Florence, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, prag and - together with his Japanese friend Léonard Tsuguharu Fujita - in Paris and exhibited his works of art internationally (Netherlands Indies, Japan, Singapore, USA, England, Holland, Sweden, Norway, France, and Switzerland. Adolfs has already proved himself to be a prolific painter of the divergent landscapes of his native country. His output also compromised numerous impressions of quarreling natives or Arabs, capricious antique dealers and their ware, pirates and their proa, boats, nudes, beggars, prostitutes and their clients and even of murder. For Adolfs was a painter with a deep interest in the Dutch East Indies’ daily life. And in this respect he differed profoundly from painters like Eland, Wichers and Dezentje, who limited their repertory mostly to the landscape. Adolfs was considered among the Indies painters who might with some justification be described as Flamboyant-art lechers. There are so many flamboyant themes he produced with shimmering mountains in the background, a ripening rice field, and the coconut palm. Those are the trinity in the scenes of Adolfs that represent in the use of light, perfect color combination with quick strokes of palette knife.

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Basoeki Abdullah Basoeki Abdullah started painting since he was 5 years old in simple drawing, and at 10 he traveled to Surabaya and Bali where he started portrait painting. During 1933, he held his first exhibition in Bandung. He brought his painting to RMP. Sosrokartono, RA. Kartini’s brother, who was very impressed on Basoeki’s painting. Sosrokartono and Prince of Mangkunegoro VII became the person who greatly supported his painting career until Basoeki become a famous painter. During that time he continued his study at Academia van Beeldende Kunsten in the Hague, the Netherlands. Besides painting of natural beauty and sensuous landscape, he is also noted for his portraits of beautiful women, as well as paintings of scenes from legends that are also tempered with the same lyrical and overly sensual treatment. His great fond of paintings women’s figure perhaps derived from his great interest in exploring the beauty of women that is attractive to paint in any way. The artist gain the public recognition after winning a painting competition held in conjunction with the Netherland’s Queen Juliana ascension to throne on 6 September 1948. 056

BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 - Jakarta, 1993) The Forbidden Lady, 1965

Oil on canvas: 98 x 72 cm Signed, lower right: Basoeki Abdullah This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 80.000.000 - 120.000.000

Basoeki Abdullah, The Lady of Eden, Oil on canvas: 100 x 190 cm, est. SGD 50,000 - 70,000, sold SGD 115,000 (MASTERPIECE Singapore 2 Nov 2014, lot 091)

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HASIM

(Jakarta, 1921-1982) Wanita Membatik, 1969 Oil on canvas: 88 x 62 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hasim RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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THEO MEIER

(Switzerland, 1908 - 1982) Portrait of Jettli Pastel on paper: 51 x 47 cm Signed, lower middle: Theo Provenance: Private collection of Mr. Hars Oblander, Germany RP 14.000.000 - 25.000.000

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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

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PRATOMO SUGENG

(Ponorogo, East Java, 1946) Komposisi Anak, 8, 2004 Oil on canvas: 155 x 130 cm Signed and dated, upper left: Pratomo Sugeng, Jkt.2004 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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JOHAN ABE TOBING (B. 1976) Penari, 2017

Bronze : 62 x 14 x 7 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Johan AB.2017 RP 7.000.000 - 9.000.000

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WALTER VAN OEL

(b. Den Haag, 1942) Jatayu

Mixed media on canvas: 190 x 190 cm Signed on the reverse RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 28

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ARIFIEN NEIF (Surabaya, 1955) Circuss, 2004

Ceramic: 60 x 60 cm Signed and dated,lower right: Neif. 2004 RP 30.000.000 - 50.000.000

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

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

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HARIS PURNOMO (Klaten, 1956) Dragon Baby, 2008

Oil on canvas: 180 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Haris Purnomo, 2008 RP 75.000.000 - 90.000.000

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I.B SAID

(Malang, 1935) Ceremony Bali, 1989 Oil on canvas: 60 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: IB. Said, 89

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LUCIEN FRITS OHL

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1904 - The Hague, 1976) Landscape

RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

Oil on board: 30 x 50 cm RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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LUCIA HARTINI (Temanggung, 1959) Purnama, 1996

Oil on canvas: 120 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Lucia Hartini, 1996 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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ENDRO

(Yogyakarta, 1983) Bunga Oil on canvas: 150 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: Endro RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000

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REDY RAHADIAN

(Cianjur, West Java, 1973) Circle of Life, 2018 Steel: 92 x 110 x 13 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Redy R.018 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000 32

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

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RUDOLF BONNET

(Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Mannelijk, 1975 Pastel on paper: 71 x 38 cm Signed and dated, lower left: R. Bonnet,Bali, 1975 RP 120.000.000 - 160.000.000

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Gerard Pieter Adolfs In the 1930s – at the height of his artistic career – the press called G.P. Adolfs the “Wizard of Light”. Adolfs spent his youth in Java and received at home his first artistic inspirations. His father, Gerardus Cornelis Adolfs, was an architect and a versatile amateur (painter, photographer, piano and violin player as well as a pole vaulter). Adolfs studied architecture in Amsterdam. After graduating, he was drawn back to Java, were he designed houses in Yogyakarta, Surakarta and Surabaya and made many paintings about the city. But soon he swapped the drawing pen for the drypoint, pencil and brush and from then on dedicated his whole life to painting. 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. The main subjects of his work were scenes of Java, Bali, Japan and of North Africa (market sceneries, cockfights, landscapes and townscapes) and also figures of native people from the place he had visited. In the present lot portrait figure employed palette knife in large part of the painting. Since early 1950’s, Adolfs increasingly discarded the brush in favor of the painter’s knife. In this painting, he combined the figurative works with little abstract works that become his typical stylistic period of the 1960’s.

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GERARD PIETER ADOLFS

(Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Marktvrouw Bali, 1963 Oil on canvas: 40 x 30 cm Signed, lower left: Adolfs Signed and titled on the reverse Literature: Eveline Borntraeger-Stoll, Gianni Orsini, GerardPieter Adolfs The Painter of Java and Bali,1898-1968, Published by Frans Jansen, Pictures Publishers, pg. 406 RP 190.000.000 - 250.000.000

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Paul Husner 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.

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Sanur and Beyond: Flower at Ananda’s Terrace, 2009 Oil on canvas: 70 x 97 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Bali,Paul Husner 09 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. 73 RP 85,000,000 - 100,000,000

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PAUL HUSNER

(Basel, Switzerland, 1942) Arranging Flowers For Ceremony, 2013/2014 Oil on canvas: 97 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower area: Paul Husner, Bali 14 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 85,000,000 - 100,000,000

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I MADE DJIRNA

ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI

Mixed media on canvas: 100 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Djirna, 1997

Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2017 Signed, titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

(Ubud, 1957) Untitled, 1997

RP 18,000,000 - 25,000,000

(Yogyakarta, 1971) Happy Loved Cat, 2017

RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000

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IRSAM

PUPUK DARU PURNOMO

Oil on canvas: 99 x 99 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Irsam, 1979 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

Oil on canvas: 90 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pupuk DP. Yogya 1999 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

RP 35.000.000 - 45.000.000

This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

(Klaten, 1942 - Bogor, 2006) Ibu dan Anak, 1979

(Yoyakarta, 1964) Klenteng, 1999

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WAHDI SUMANTA (Bandung, 1917 - 1996) Danau, 1979

Oil on canvas: 95 x 145 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wahdi S’79 RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000

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SAIMAN DULLAH

SUDJONO ABDULLAH

Oil on canvas: 145 x 290 cm Signed, lower left: Saiman Dullah

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

RP 25,000,000 - 35,000,000

RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

(Tuban, East Java, 1954) Landscape

(Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Panen

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TATANG KOENTJORO

(b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Pasar, 1983 Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koentjoro 83 RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000

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TATANG KOENTJORO

(b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Bunga Mawar Merah Oil on canvas: 60 x44 cm Signed, lower left: Koentjoro RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000

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OTTO DJAYA

(Rangkas Bitung, West Java, 1916 - 2002) Putri dan Kera, 1997 083

KOK POO

(Ambarawa, East Java, 1937) Orchid, 2001 Oil on canvas: 49.5 x 59.5 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kok Poo, 3.1.2001 RP 8,000,000 - 10,000,000 40

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Acrylic on canvas: 89 x 68 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1997 RP 7.000.000 - 10.000.000


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SOEDIBIO

(Madiun, 1912 - 1981) Statue, 1976 Oil on canvas: 55 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soedibio76 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity RP 27,000,000 - 35,000,000

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NASIRUN

(Cilacap, 1965) Akhir Dari Kesabaran, 1997 Oil on canvas: 145 x 145 cm Literature: Nasirun “Ojo Ngono”, Published Yayasan Kembang Jati, Jakarta 2000, pg. 174 RP 90,000,000 - 110,000,000 Born in Cilacap, October 1, 1965. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI) Yogyakarta (1987 – 1994). He received awards for the best sketches and paintings from ASRI, selected as one of the five best paintings at Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia (Indonesian Fine Arts Foundation) – Philip Morris Indonesian Art Award, and entered to the ASEAN Art Awards in Manila, the Philippines. He held his solo exhibitions at the Galeri Nasional Indonesia (Indonesian National Gallery) in 2000 and participated in Soul Ties exhibition in Singapore Art Museum.

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PARDOLI FADLI (Cilacap, 1971) Laris Manis, 2017

Oil on canvas: 140 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Pardoli 017 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 40,000,000 - 60,000,000

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Handrio

He began his career of the art of painting by studying to Basuki Abdullah. Then, during the Japan Occupation, he studied to Sudjojono and Agus Djaja at Keimin Bunka Shidoso and Poetra in Jakarta. At first Handrio's paintings were in realism and surrealism styles. Im 1950's; he changed his style into the semi abstract style, analitically by breaking the geometric planes. This style was different from the styles of the painters in Yogyakarta who painted with the popular themes from realism, expresionism, to decorative styles.

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HANDRIO

(Purwakarta, 1926) Dinamika Ruang, 1977 Oil on board: 57 x 67 cm Signed and dated, lower right: HAN 77 RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000

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HANDRIO

(Purwakarta, 1926) Komposisi Bidang, 1971 Oil on board: 43 x 53 cm Signed and dated, lower right: HAN 71 RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000

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DJOKO PEKIK (Grobogan, 1938) Ledek, 2001

Spidol on paper: 42 x 30 cm Signed, lower right: Djoko Pekik RP 3.000.000 - 5.000.000

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YOPI HENDIANA

(Tasikmalaya, W. Java, 1975) Ground Disafeir, 2015 Oil on canvas: 90 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Yopi’15 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 5,000,000 - 7,000,000 092

BATARA LUBIS

(Hutogodang, 1927 - 1986) Patung-patung Batak, 1970 Oil on canvas: 74 x 66 cm Signed, lower left: B. Lubis Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000

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IVAN SAGITA

(Malang, 1957) Imajinasi Hitam Putih, 2001 Oil on paper: 102 x 76 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Ivan Sagita 01 RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000

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TISNA SANJAYA (Bandung, 1958) Untitled, 2008

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Tisna Sanjaya, 2008 RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

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RUDI TS a.Dongeng Sebelum Tidur, 2000 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm b.Dalam Penantian, 2000 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rudi TS.2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 7,000,000 - 10,000,000 44

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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 70.000.000 - 100.000.000

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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S. TOYO

(Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Panen, 1993 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. toyo, 1993 RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000

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HASIM

(Jakarta, 1921-1982) Angon Bebek Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm Signed, lower left: Hasim RP 6.000.000 - 8.000.000

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ZULFIAN HARIYADI

(Magetan. East Java. 1982) Big Car and Big City, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 80 cm Signed and dated. lower area: Zulfian, 2012 RP 5,000,000 - 7,000,000

IDRAN YUSUF

(Pagalaram, South Sumatra,Indonesia, 1953) Monkey Forest, 2001 Oil on canvas: 40 x 30 cm (each) Signed and dated, lower right: Idran Yusuf, 2001 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 6.000.000 - 8.000.000

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HENK NGANTUNG

FREDERICK KASENDA

Watercolor on paper: 23 x 31 cm Signed, lower left: Henk Ngantung

Oil on canvas: 65 x 101 cm Signed, lower right: Frederick Kasenda

RP 7.000.000 - 10.000.000

RP 18,000,000 - 25,000,000

(Bogor, 1921 - 1994) Landscape

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(1920-1950) Gerobak Sapi


Sunaryo

Born in Banyumas, Central Java, 1943. He studied in the Faculty of Arts Bandung Institute of Technology (1962-1969) and the Study of Marble Sculpture in Marble Technology, Carrara, Italy. Many received numerous art awards and his works are scattered in various cities in Indonesia. Participate in planning the aesthetic elements to the Indonesian pavilion in Expo’85 in Tsakuba, Japan (1985). Being the coordinator of aesthetic elements to the Indonesian pavilion in Expo’86 in Vancouver, Canada (1986). He is one of the few Indonesian artists who have a lot of expertise. In addition to sculpture and printmaking, he pursue the science of ceramics and textile art. Later he was also known artist with works dazzling installation. Humble attitude made it easier to accept among artists and the industrial world. Five pieces of graphic work is summarized in the book Contemporary Prints of the World, published in 1989, side by side with the names of the world’s great artists, such as Joan Miro, Paul Klee, and George Braque. His name became the only artist Indonesia summarized in the book. Married with Heti Komalasari, and blessed with 3 children, Hardianto, Arin Dwihartanto and Harmita. In understanding the winner of the Honourable Mention in painting contest The Philip Morris Group of Companies ASEAN Art Awards 1995, the art is dynamic and will change over the heartbeat and the heartbeat of the times.

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SUNARYO

(Banyumas, 1943) Model Bronze: 34 x 10 x 23 cm RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000

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SUNARYO

(Banyumas, 1943) Reclining Bronze: 11 x 26 x 10 cm RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000

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Chen Wen Hsi Born in Baigong, Caozhu, 1906. Chen Wen Hsi studied art at the Hsin Hwa Art Academy in Shanghai. He became a lecturer at the Nangyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. His paintings were strongly influenced by Chan (Zen) and the unorthodox Qing School of Yangzhou. He actively participated in several exhibitions outside Singapore which also incidentally promote Singapore. He was awarded the Public Service Star from the President Tun Yusof Bin Ishak and received honorary doctorate from the National University of Singapore. He became famous since his oil study on formalism, cubism, and expressive abstraction. Chen’s mastery in depicting human figures was also found in keen observation of nature and animals. His subjects include landscapes, figures, birds and animals, still life studies and abstract compositions. Chen Wen-hsi is renowned for his skill in painting animal themes. Chicken, gibbons, herons, carps and squirrels are some of his favourite subjects. He had successfully combined Chinese and Western techniques in his semi abstract work. Wen Hsi’s constant eagerness to strike for something new led him to learn finger painting – a technique that dates from the Tang Dynasty. This drawing style has enabled him to produce unpredictable broken stroke on paper. He developed his skill in finger painting, ink-and-brush, oil, sketches, abstracts and semi-abstract techniques. Every subject he paints, whether lotuses, heron, gibbons, egrets, monkeys, squirrels, birds, or flowers and trees, is palpably vibrant. His ability to capture the “mood” and “spirit” of his environment, skillfully executed with great spontaneity through deft brush and finger strokes.

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CHEN WEN HSI

(b. 1906, Baigong Village, Guangdong, China - d. 1992) Corn Birds Chinese ink on rice paper: 83 x 41 cm Signed and sealed in chinese character, upper right RP 150,000,000 - 200,000,000

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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Carnaval Bali, 1970

Oil on canvas: 64 x 134 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Roedyat, Bali 1970 RP 25,000,000 - 35,000,000

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ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA

(Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Villages, 1962

Oil on canvas: 53 x 85 cm Signed and dated , upper left: Roedyat, 1962 RP 80.000.000 - 120.000.000

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AFFIN RIYANTO

(Indramayu, September 1972) City Acrylic on canvas: 90 x 135 cm Signed, lower right: Affin Riyanto RP 12,000,000 - 18,000,000

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NYOMAN SUJANA KENYEM (Sayan, Bali, 1972) Daun dan Sepeda, 2009

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

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LIEM TJOzE ING

S. TOYO

Oil on canvas: 63 x 78 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Liem Tjoe Ing, 1990

Oil on canvas: 65 x 84 cm Signed and dated, lower left: S. Toyo, 1998

RP 18,000,000 - 25,000,000

RP 10,000,000 - 15,000,000

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ASRI NUGROHO

NOVANDI

Acrylic on canvas: 120 x 240 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Asri Nugroho, 2014

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Novandi, 2016

RP 20,000,000 - 30,000,000

RP 7,000,000 - 9,000,000

(Surakarta, 1922-1996) Pasar Di Bali‚ 1990

(Surabaya, 1952) 8 Kuda, 2014

(Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Pasar Burung‚ 1998

(Surabaya, 1968) Butterfly, 2016

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Jeihan Sukmantoro

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Nansi, 2004

Oil on canvas: 90 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jeihan 04 Signed and titled on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 50,000,000 - 70,000,000

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JEIHAN SUKMANTORO (Solo, 1938) Dua Gadis

Oil on canvas: 180 x 140 cm Signed, lower right: Jeihan

Born in Solo, 1938. He studied at the Himpunan Budaya Surakarta (HBS – Surakarta Cultural Society) (1953 – 1955) and at Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) (1960 – 1966). In 1978, He established Studio Seni Rupa Bandung (Bandung Fine Arts Studio) together with Dr. Sudjoko. He has participated in several exhibitions. He held his solo exhibitions at Bandung (1998), Galerie Darga & Lansberg, Paris France (1999), Darga Gallery, Bali (2000), the Jakarta Hilton International Hotel, Jakarta and Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2002). He combines Eastern mysticism with Western analytical sense that made his portraits paintings are very distinctive and well known.

RP 70.000.000 - 90.000.000

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Abdul Aziz

Abdul Aziz (1928 - Purwokerto, Central Java) studied at the Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia (ASRI, Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts) in Yogyakarta, Central Java. In 1959 he went to Italy on an Indonesian government grant to study at the Academia di Belle Arti (Academy of Fine Art) in Rome. Aziz taught at Universitas Udayana in Denpasar. He is mostly known for his three dimensional works of figures made by painting on the actual wooden frames and realistic painted frames in his pieces. Exhibitions: Taman Ismail Marzuki (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1983), East-West Center (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1988), Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, 1996), Indonesia-Japan Friendship Festival (Morioka, Tokyo, 1997).

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ABDUL AZIZ

(Purwokerto, 1928 - Bali, 2002) Pemahat Patung, 1988 Oil on canvas: 29 x 20 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abdul Aziz, Bali, 1988 RP 30,000,000 - 40,000,000


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ABDUL AZIZ

(Purwokerto, 1928 - Bali, 2002) Baris Dance, 1988 Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm

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

This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from artist’s wife RP 40,000,000 - 60,000,000

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SOEKARDJI

SUDJONO ABDULLAH

Oil on canvas: 70 x 110 cm Signed, lower left: Soekardji

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

RP 15,000,000 - 20,000,000

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(1880 – 1950) View of The Sea

(Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Mencuci Di Sungai

120

SABARIMAN RUBIANTO SINUNG

121

Damai, 2016

TATANG KOENTJORO

(b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Pemandangan, 1977

Acrylic on canvas: 140 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sinung Rubianto, 2016

Oil on canvas: 60 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koentjoro’77

RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000

RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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GUNAWAN BAGEA

(Bandung, West Java, 1971) Pergi Ke Pura, 2014 Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Gunawan, 2014 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000 56

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KABOEL SUADI

(Cirebon, 1935- 2010) Tiga Dara, 2000 Oil on canvas: 143 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kaboel S 00 RP 35.000.000 - 50,000,000


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UMI DACHLAN

(Cirebon, 1942 – Bandung, 2009) Abstrak Bidang Biru Dengan Bongkahan Emas, 1990 Mixed media on canvas: 60 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Umi D 90 RP 35,000,000 - 50,000,000

125

SALIM / SARAOCHMIN SALIM

(Medan, 1908 – Paris, 2008) Burung Yang Manis Hendak Kemana Engkau?, 1998 Oil on canvas: 72 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Salim'98 Literature: Ajip Rosidi, SALIM, Pelukis Indonesia di Paris, Publish by PT Dunia Pustaka Jaya, Jakarta, 2003. Illustrated as the cover of the artist’s book RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000

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Tio Tjay Tio Tjay born in Jakarta 1946 was an Indonesian painter who for a long time has reside in Brazil. At a very young age, young Tio Tjay enjoy studying Chinese painting and calligraphy. His talent for art was already sensed by people at youth. In 1967 he immigrated to South American with his family. He held many exhibitions, from São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and even Paraguay. In 1971 till 1975 he resided in Manaus, capital of the Amazon. There he meet a very similar environment to his home island Java. It is Amazon Rainforest that really inspire him to draw painting about nature. In 1976, he moved back to São Paulo and participate in the exhibition of Bienal Nacional de São Paulo. 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. And in the same year, he returned to Indonesia and worked in his birth country. Tio Tjay’s strong painting is affected by the Latin colours that was dominant in Brazil. In Indonesia, he created unique style of art pieces by combining the brave colours of Latin, with an oriental style, applied in the wondrous Indonesia and the exotic and mysterious Amazon. Tio Tjay’s theme and composition can be seen through the perspective of enjoyment because his works sometimes bring a magical mood to the viewers. His paintings also dominantly composed with decorative elements from traditional motifs especially the one that developed in Java. His painting subject are ranging from traditional market scene, harvesting activity, traditional dancers, fishermen as well as animal themes.

126

TIO TJAY

(b. 1946) Pasar Bunga, 2018 Oil on canvas : 100 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Tio Tjay, 2018 RP 90,000,000 - 150,000,000

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

127

ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam,The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Habis Nonton Malam Anak-anak Pulang, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit, 2003 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 80.000.000 - 100.000.000

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ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, The Netherlands, 1916 - Bali 2016) The Little Lagoon, 2000 Acrylic on board: 32 x 36.5 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit’00 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Neka Art Museum RP 45,000,000 - 65,000,000

129

ARIE SMIT

(Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916 - Bali, 2016) Di Depan Pura, 2000 Acrylic on canvas: 24 x 30 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit00 RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000

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Popo Iskandar

Born in Garut, December 17, 1927. He started painting in 1944. He graduated from the University of Indonesia and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). Besides as a painter he is also an art observer and writer. In 1980 he received art award from Indonesian Government. He has participated in many exhibitions in Indonesia as well as overseas. His works were mostly on animal such as chicken, cat, and tiger. He held his solo exhibitions at Taman Ismail Marzuki Arts Center, Jakarta (1987, 1992, and 1994), National Gallery, Jakarta (1999) and participated in group exhibitions at KIAS, USA (1990), The Best of Indonesia, Jakarta (1997), and Slovenia Gradec (1997).

130

POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Leopard and The Blue Moon, 1998 Oil on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 98 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Griya Seni Popo Iskandar RP 75,000,000 - 90,000,000

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Roaster and Starry Night, 1999 Oil on canvas: 70 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 99 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Griya Seni Popo Iskandar RP 45,000,000 - 70,000,000

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POPO ISKANDAR

(Garut, 1927 – Bandung, 2000) Two Leopard, 1998 Oil on canvas: 75 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Popo 98 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from Griya Seni Popo Iskandar RP 45,000,000 - 70,000,000

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WAKIDI

(Palembang, South Sumatra, 1890 – Padang, West Sumatra, 1979) Ngarai Oil on canvas: 95 x 140 cm Signed, lower right: Wakidi RP 60,000,000 - 70,000,000

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RUDOLF BONNET

(Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Landscape in Champuan Charcoal and pastel on paper: 23 x 40 cm Signed, upper right: R.B RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000 64

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


Index Of Artist Abdul Aziz

116, 117

I Ketut Sugantika

52

Raden Soekardji

118

Ade Riyanto (Rere)

44

I Made Djirna

74

Redy Rahardian

69

Affin Riyanto

108

I Made Wianta

31

Roedyat Martadiredja

106, 107

Ahmad Parsono

49

I Wayan Bendi

26, 40

Rudi TS.

95

Ahmad Suudhi

2

I.B Said

65

Rudolf Bonnet

70, 134

Anton Huang

23

Idran Yusuf

100

Rusli

32, 96

Antoni Eka Putra

33

Irsam

76

Rustamadji

16

Antonio Blanco

21

Isa Ansory

54

S. Toyo

97, 111

Arie Smit

127, 128, 129

Ivan Sagita

93

Sabariman Rubianto Sinung

51, 120

Arifien Neif

63

JB. Iwan Sulistyo

9

Saiman Dullah

79

Asri Nugroho

112

Jeihan Sukmantoro

114, 115

Salim / Saraochim Salim

125

Basoeki Abdullah

56

Johan Abe Tobing

61

Soedibio

85

Batara Lubis

92

John Vander Sterren

28

Sofyan Wiyadi

25

Buku Soekarno

36

Kaboel Suadi

123

Sudarso

59

Chen Wen his

105

Kok Poo

83

Sudjono Abdullah

12, 80, 119

Cheng Shui

50

Krijono

18

Sunaryo

46, 103, 104

Dikdik Sayahdikumullah

27

Lee Man Fong

7

Syayidin

13

Dirot Kadirah

5

Liem Tjoe Ing

110

Tatang Koentjoro

81, 82, 121

Djoko Pekik

90

Lucia Hartini

67

Teguh Ostenrik

30

Edi Sunaryo

35

Lucien Frits Ohl

66

Theo Meier

58

Endro

68

Mangku Mura

43

Tio Tjay

126

Entang Wiharso

37

Marlan Jas

8

Tisna Sanjaya

94

Erica Hestu Wahyuni

1, 53, 75

Men Sagan

41

Tresna Suryawan

19

Ernest Dezentje

11

Mozes Misdy

24

Umi Dachlan

124

F. Sigit Santosa

47, 48

Nashar

38

Untung Wahono

3

Frederik Kasenda

102

Nasirun

86

Wahdi

78

Gerard Pieter Adolfs

55, 71

Novandi

113

Wahyu Srikaryadi

17

Gunawan Bagea

4, 122

Nyoman Budiarta

6

Wakidi

133

Han Snel

45

Nyoman Sujana Kenyem

109

Walter Van Oel

62

Handrio

88, 89

Otto Djaya

84

Willem Dooijewaard

39

Harijadi Sumadidjaja

10

Pardoli Fadli

15, 87

Yap Hian Tjay

14

Haris Purnomo

64

Paul Husner

72, 73

Yopi Hendiana

20, 91

Hasim

42, 57, 98

Pierre Ernest Kohl

22

Zulfian Hariyadi

99

Hening Purnamawati

29

Popo Iskandar

130, 131, 132

Henk Ngantung

101

Pratomo Sugeng

60

Hilman Hendarsyah

34

Pupuk Daru Purnomo

77

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