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Jakarta, 26 January 2014

FINE ART AUCTION

TREASURES FINE ART AUCTION

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Fine Art Auction

Auction Sunday, 26 January 2014 Luncheon : 11.30 am Auction : 1.00 pm

Viewing Friday, 24 January 2014 Saturday, 25 January 2014 11.00 am - 08.00 pm

Venue Masterpiece Building 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 20 % (twenty 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.

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.

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. 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.

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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.

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)

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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.

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.

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INFORMASI DAN KETENTUAN LELANG Informasi di bawah ini merupakan panduan dan penjelasan mengenai ketentuan lelang yang diselenggarakan oleh TREASURES Auction House. Kami sarankan para calon pembeli dan penjual dapat mempelajari dan membaca ketentuan lelang dengan seksama.

PEMBELI

Harga Perkiraan Harga perkiraan adalah kisaran harga yang akan ditawarkan pada saat lelang berdasarkan perhitungan dan penilaian tim ahli kami atas kualitas, sejarah/ asal mula dan kelangkaan serta keunikan suatu karya. Harga tersebut merupakan harga yang terjadi berdasarkan harga yang terbentuk di pasaran lelang dan bukan merupakan pernyataan resmi atas nilai suatu lot pada karya tersebut. Harga Reserve Harga reserve adalah harga minimum suatu karya untuk boleh dijual dan merupakan harga yang telah disepakati oleh pihak TREASURES dan penjual. Harga Yang Harus Di Bayar Harga yang harus di bayarkan oleh pembeli adalah terdiri dari harga jadi (hammer Price) ditambahkan jasa pasca lelang (premium price) untuk setiap biaya-biaya, bunga dan pajak atas suatu karya sebesar 20% (Dua puluh persen).

SEBELUM LELANG

Pameran Calon pembeli disarankan untuk mengamati secara langsung karya-karya yang akan ditawarkan pada lelang. Pameran dibuka untuk umum dan berlangsung selama 2 (dua) hari sebelum lelang. Keterangan Kondisi Karya Keterangan mengenai kondisi karya tersedia sesuai permintaan. Keterangan tersebut adalah pendapat dari ahli kami berdasarkan pengamatan dan penilaian yang teliti. Seluruh karya yang ditawarkan adalah dalam kondisi seperti apa adanya lengkap dengan segala kekurangan dan ketidaksempurnaan karya tersebut. Uraian dalam keterangan katalog hanya dipergunakan untuk keperluan identifikasi semata. Calon pembeli disarankan untuk memeriksa, mencari keterangan dan pendapat dari ahli independen atas keaslian, sejarah/ asal usul, keterangan serta kondisi dari karya yang ditawarkan. Pendaftaran Calon peserta lelang wajib mendaftarkan diri dengan cara mengisi formulir pendaftaran pada saat lelang untuk mendapatkan nomor peserta lelang (paddle number) yang nantinya dipergunakan sebagai identitas pada saat lelang. Pendaftaran dapat dilakukan pada saat pameran atau 30 menit sebelum lelang dimulai.

SAAT LELANG

Penawaran Seluruh karya akan dilelang berdasarkan nomor urutan lot. Harga penawaran dilakukan dalam Mata uang Indonesia (IDR) berdasarkan kenaikan harga yang sudah ditetapkan. Juru lelang menerima penawaran dari peserta yang hadir si ruangan maupun peserta yang tidak dapat hadir melalui penawaran telephone (telephone bid) ataupun penawaran tertulis (written bid) yang sebelumnya telah diinformasikan kepada pihak TREASURES. Lot karya yang akan ditawarkan biasanya ditampilkan pada layar projector. Kenaikan Harga Penawaran biasanya dibuka di bawah harga estimasi terendah sampai harga tertinggi dengan kenaikan harga sebagai berikut:

Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp. Rp.

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 - keatas berdasarkan panduan juru lelang

PESERTA YANG TIDAK DAPAT HADIR

Bagi calon peserta yang tidak dapat hadir pada saat lelang dapat mengisi formulir Absentee Bid atau Telephone bid yang sudah tersedia 7 (tujuh) hari sebelum lelang dan terlampir pada bagian belakang katalog ini. Formulir yang telah diisi dengan data lengkap dapat dikirim melalui fax (021) 351 0707 paling lambat 24 jam sebelum lelang dimulai. Penawaran Tertulis Penawaran tertulis adalah cara yang paling umum digunakan pada saat lelang. Penawaran tertulis adalah instruksi yang diberikan kepada TREASURES untuk mewakilkan diri pada saat lelang atas karya yang diminati dengan menentukan harga maksimum yang diinginkan untuk tiap lot. TREASURES tidak memungut biaya atas jasa ini. Jika terdapat dua pihak atau lebih melakukan harga penawaran yang sama pada lot yang sama, maka penawaran yang berlaku adalah kepada yang terlebih dahulu diterima oleh TREASURES. Penawaran Melalui Telephone Selain melakukan penawaran tertulis peserta dapat juga melakukan penawaran melalui telephone. TREASURES akan menjadi penghubung pada saat lelang berlangsung. Pengaturan jasa ini paling lambat 1 (satu) hari sebelum lelang dimulai. Peserta disarankan untuk memberitahukan harga penawaran maksimal seandainya tidak dapat dihubungi melalui telephone.

PEMENANG LELANG

Pemenang lelang adalah mereka yang berhasil melakukan penawaran tertinggi atas suatu lot dan akan diumumkan oleh juru lelang yang disahkan oleh pengetukan palu oleh juru lelang. Ketukan palu juru lelang menandakan bahwa pembeli telah menerima harga jadi dan TREASURES akan melakukan pencatatan atas nomor paddle pembeli. Juru lelang berwenang sepenuhnya untuk melanjutkan penawaran pada lot selanjutnya.

LOT YANG TIDAK TERJUAL

Lot yang tidak terjual ditandai oleh juru lelang dengan tidak menyebutkan nomor paddle peserta. Lot yang tidak terjual akan dikembalikan kepada pemiliknya biasanya dalam waktu satu minggu setelah lelang, seandainya dalam waktu tersebut ada peminat atas karya tersebut diluar lelang.

SETELAH LELANG

Pembayaran Pembayaran atas pembelian karya dilakukan dalam waktu 7(tujuh) hari. Mohon cantumkan nama anda, nomor paddle dan nomor lot pada kolom berita slip bank. Jika pembeli tidak melakukan pembayaran atau pemberitahuan kepada TREASURES dalam jangka waktu yang telah ditetapkan, maka akan dianggap batal atau mengundurkan diri.

PENGAMBILAN BARANG

Barang dapat diambil hanya apabila pembayaran telah dilakukan dan diterima oleh TREASURES. Oleh karena keterbatasan tempat, baik barang yang terjual maupun yang tidak terjual harus diambil dalam waktu 7 (tujuh) hari. Jika barang tersebut tidak diambil dalam waktu 7 (tujuh) hari, TREASURES berhak untuk memindahkan dan menyimpan barang tersebut ke gudang atas biaya pemiliknya.

PENYIMPANAN DAN ASURANSI

Asuransi atas karya yang telah terjual hanya berlaku selama 7 (tujuh) hari setelah tanggal lelang. Jika barang tersebut belum diambil sampai batas waktu yang telah ditetapkan maka barang akan dipindahkan dan disimpan ke gudang. Seluruh biaya transportasi dan sewa gudang serta biaya lainnya akan ditanggung oleh pembeli. Segala resiko atas barang juga menjadi tanggung jawab pembeli.

PENJUAL

Harga Perkiraan Jika anda berminat untuk menjual barang anda melalui lelang, TREASURES akan menyediakan perkiraan harga awal atas nilai lelang barang tersebut. Anda dapat kirimkan foto tiap karya dilengkapi dengan keterangan atas pelukis, judul, ukuran, media, tanda-tangan, sertifikat, kondisi dan informasi pendukung lainnya. Pemberitahuan Atas Penjualan Daftar rincian perhitungan atas barang-barang yang terjual maupun tidak terjual akan diberikan setelah lelang. Pembayaran atas barang-barang yang terjual akan dilakukan dalam 4 (empat) minggu setelah TREASURES menerima pembayaran dari pembeli.

KETENTUAN LELANG

Ketentuan lelang termasuk istilah-istilah dan persyaratan didalamnya merupakan bentuk kesepakatan yang mendasari seluruh perjanjian dengan pembeli atas lot-lot yang tercantum dalam katalog. Penambahan pada keterangan katalog dapat dibuat secara lisan dalam kurun waktu lelang atau dengan pemberitahuan secara tertulis. Dengan ikut serta menjadi peserta lelang, anda akan terikat dengan kondisi-kondisi sebagai berikut:

PENYELESAIAN DARI TREASURES

Jika pembeli melakukan pelanggaran atas kondisi penjualan, maka TREASURES akan mengambil langkah-langkah sebagai berikut: 1. Membatalkan penjualan, pembayaran yang dilakukan oleh pembeli dianggap sebagai pembayaran dengan kecacatan dan dianggap tidak dapat dicairkan. 2. Menawarkan kembali barang tersebut tanpa menetapkan harga minimum dalam lelang TREASURES selanjutnya atau menjual secara pribadi dengan memberitahukan kepada pemiliknya selama 5 (lima) hari. 3. Mengambil tindakan lain yang dianggap perlu apabila pembeli telah melakukan sejumlah pembayaran sehingga TREASURES berhak untuk menggunakan pembayaran tersebut atas lot lain atas wewenangnya sendiri.

PEMALSUAN

Jika terjadi suatu lot yang terbukti palsu, TREASURES akan mengembalikan seluruh biaya yang telah dibayarkan kepada pembeli sesuai harga lot tersebut. Pengembalian dana ini hanya dapat dilakukan apabila: 1. Pembeli telah memperlihatkan bukti-bukti yang berasal zzdari tenaga ahli independent yang menyatakan bahwa karya tersebut palsu. TREASURES berhak untuk meminta bukti lebih lanjut dari tenga ahli lainnya atas wewenangnya, apabila hasil temuan dari tenaga ahli kedau pihak masih dianggap kurang memuaskan. 2. Pembeli harus memberikan pemberitahuan secara tertulis kepada TREASURES dalam waktu 1 (satu) tahun dari tanggal lelang atas pengajuan adanya pemalsuan karya. Pengembalian dana tidak dapat dilakukan jika terjadi konflik pendapat dari para tenaga ahli dilapangan atau pemalsuan hanya dapat dilakukan oleh proses ilmiah yang dapat merusak atau membahayakan kondisi karya tersebut. Jaminan ini ditujukan hanya untuk kepentingan pembeli dan tidak bisa dialihkan. Pembeli harus menjaga atas kepemilikan barang dengan tidak pengalihkan pada pihak-pihak lain sampai saat pengajuan adanya pemalsuan telah ditemukan. Pengepakan dan pengiriman barang adalah sepenuhnya atas resiko pembeli. Jika pembeli menginginkan TREASURES untuk melakukan pengepakan dan pengiriman, maka pembeli harus membayar biaya atas jasa tersebut. TREASURES akan berusaha untuk memberikan pelayanan yang terbaik untuk menjaga barang yang telah dibeli, namun diingatkan bahwa setelah waktu 7 (tujuh) hari setelah lelang, resiko barang ada pada tanggungan pembeli. Pembeli bisa memerintahkan jasa pengirimannya sendiri untuk melakukan pengiriman. TREASURES juga dapat membantu untuk mengatur pengiriman barang tetapi tidak bertanggung jawab atas biaya yang nanti terjadi.

PEMBATALAN/ PENARIKAN KARYA

PEMBERITAHUAN

TREASURES berhak untuk menarik karya dari lelang atau menentukan karya yang akan masuk lelang.

TREASURES mempunyai hak mutlak untuk menentukan penawar/ pemenang lelang jika terdapat perselisihan yang muncul antara penawar, hal tersebut juga meliputi otoritas untuk menolak penawaran apapun, membatalkan penjualan atau ke menawarkan ulang barang yang diperebutkan.

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Ketukan palu juru lelang menandakan barang terjual kepada pembeli yang bertanggung jawab atas kepemilikan barang tersebut dan berkewajiban untuk membayar seluruh pembelian dalam waktu 7 (tujuh) hari. Jika permintaan untuk memperpanjang batas waktu pembayaran tidak disetujui, maka akan dikenakan biaya bunga atas saldo yang belum dibayar sampai dibayar.

Istilah-istilah “Pembeli” adalah orang perorangan atau badan hukum yang mengajukan penawaran tertinggi dan diterima oleh juru lelang. “Lot” adalah barang yang telah dititipkan kepada TREASURES untuk dijual dalam lelang dan telah diberikan uraian dan keterangan dalam katalog. “Harga Hammer/ Ketuk Palu” adalah harga jadi yang merupakan harga tertinggi yang telah ditetapkan oleh juru lelang atas lot yang ditawarkan. “Harga Reserve” adalah harga minimum suatu karya untuk boleh dijual dan merupakan harga yang telah disepakati oleh pihak TREASURES dan penjual. “Harga Premi” adalah jasa pasca lelang yang dikenakan kepada pembeli atas setiap biaya-biaya, bunga dan pajak atas suatu karya dengan kisaran yang telah ditentukan. “Pemalsuan” berarti suatu lot yang berasal dari tiruan atas suatu karya yang ditujukan untuk menipu atas keaslian, sejarah, umur, jaman, budaya dimana sumber keterangan yang benar atas hal tersebut tidak dijelaskan dalam keterangan katalog.

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KEPEMILIKAN BARANG

PENGEPAKAN DAN PENGIRIMAN BARANG

TREASURES tidak pernah memberikan jaminan atas keaslian karya yang terdapat dalam katalog ini. Seluruh karya yang ditawarkan adalah sesuai apa adanya dengan segala ketidaksempurnaan, kecacatan, kekurangan maupun kesalahan dari penjelasannya. Penyajian seluruh karya dalam katalog ini bukan merupakan jaminan atas keabsahan atau keaslian karya tersebut. TREASURES tidaklah bertanggung jawab atas kesalahan atau penghilangan keterangan apapun dalam katalog. Para Pembeli sangat direkomendasikan untuk mengambil nasihat profesional dari tenaga ahli yang mandiri pada karya yang akan dibeli atau dipilih.

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005 SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Bunga Bungur, 1989 Oil on canvas: 200 x 140 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah 27.6.1989 RP 38.000.000 – 50.000.000 001 YAP HIAN TJAY (Surakarta, Central Java, 1927) Flowers, 1994 Oil on canvas : 65 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower right : JHT’94 RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000

002 TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Bunga, ca. 1970 Oil on canvas: 68 x 48 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Koentjoro RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000

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003 ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Village, 1990

004 MEN SAGAN (Yogyakarta, 1948) Flowers

006 ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape

Oil on canvas: @ 30 x 25 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Roedyat 90

Oil on canvas: 101 x 131 cm Signed, lower left: Men Sagan

Oil on canvas: 80 x 172 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje

RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000

RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000

RP 25.000.000 – 35.000.000

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008 MARYATI AFFANDI (Bogor, 1916 - 1991) Dokar di Atas Jembatan Oil on canvas: 64 x 89 cm Signed, lower left: AM. RP 20.000.000 – 25.000.000

009 RADEN SOEKARDJI (1880 – 1950) Landscape Oil on canvas: 60 x 90 cm Signed, lower left : Soekardji RP 9.000.000 – 12.000.000

010 CHENG SHUI (Bogor, West Java, 1981) Panen Kentang Oil on board: 81 x 122 cm Signed, upper right: Ong Cheng Shui RP 18.000.000 – 25.000.000

007 S. TOYO (Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Penjual Buah, 1994

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011 Jan Frank Niemantsverdriet (Kalimaro, Java, 1885) Boat At ChinaTown

Oil on canvas: 100 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower right: S. Toyo, 1994

Oil on canvas: 50 x 75 cm Signed, lower right: J Frank

RP 30.000.000 – 50.000.000

RP 15.000.000 – 25.000.000

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012 FAIZIN (Banyuwangi, 1973) Telak, 2012 Oil on canvas: 140 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Faizin, 2012 RP 14.000.000 – 20.000.000

013 ANANG ASMARA (Yogyakarta, 1974) Ketawang Kinanti Pawukir, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 120 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Anang Asmara, 2011 RP 24.000.000 – 35.000.000

014 BUNGA JERUK PERMATA PEKERTI (Solo, 1972) The Girl With The Bear, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Bunga, 2012 RP 45.000.000 – 60.000.000

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015 CAREL LODEWIJK DAKE, Jr (Schaerbeek, 1886 – Jakarta, 1946) Landscape Oil on board: 34 x 51 cm Signed, lower right: CL. Dake RP 9.000.000 – 15.000.000

016 ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Home Sweet Home Everlasting Prosperity, 2011

017 KOEMPOEL SUJATNO (Ngawi, 1912 – Batu, 1987) Memandikan Kerbau

018 LEO ELAND (Java, 1884 – 1952) In The Ricefield

Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed, lower right: Koempoel

Oil on canvas: 21 x 27 cm Signed, lower right: L. Eland

RP 7.000.000 – 9.000.000

RP 8.000.000 – 12.000.000

Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated lower left: Erica, 2011 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

019 SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Kampung Nelayan

RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000

Oil on canvas: 50 x 130 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah RP 12.000.000 – 18.000.000

020 ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape Oil on board: 32 x 50 cm Signed, lower left: Ern. Dezentje RP 8.000.000 – 12.000.000

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021 AGUS RIYADI (Sleman, Yogyakarta, 1979) Untitled, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 2011, Agus Riyadi RP 5.000.000 – 8.000.000

022 ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Welkomin Gelukkig Jaar, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 80 cm Signed and dated lower left: Erica, 2012 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 11.000.000 – 20.000.000

023 IRSAM (Klaten, 1942) Senja di Taman, 1971 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Irsam, 1971 Literature: Mikke Susanto, IRSAM Jejak - jejak Dekoratif Published by PT Dwi Samapersada, pg.50 RP 25.000.000 – 40.000.000

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024 IPE MA’AROEF (Padang, West Sumatra, 1938) Landscape Watercolor on paper: @ 12 x 12 cm (2 panel) Signed, lower left: Ipe Maroef RP 5.000.000 – 7.000.000

025 SEN PAO (Surabaya, 1949) At Kusamba Beach, Bali, 1994 Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sen Pao 94 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000 028 R. HADI Memcuci di Sungai

026 LAM DUCH MANH (Vietnam, 1972) Stretscene in Hanoi

Oil on canvas: 35 x 47 cm Signed, lower right: R. Hadi RP 15.000.000 – 25.000.000

Oil on canvas: 60 x 100 cm Signed, lower left: m. lam This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist RP 11.000.000 – 15.000.000 029 RUDOLF BONNET (Amsterdam, 1895 - 1978) 027 RADEN SOEKARDJI (1880 – 1950) River View Oil on canvas: 40 x 55 cm Signed, lower left : Soekardji RP 14.000.000 – 20.000.000

a. Bernardo Pastel on paper: 34 x 34 cm Signed, upper right: R. Bonnet Titled, middle left: Bernardo b. Study of a Balinese Peasant Pastel on paper: 30 x 38 cm c. Lake by the River, 1963 Pastel on paper: 29 x 35 cm Signed and dated, lower right: R. Bonnet.Groenendaal'63 RP 55.000.000 - 70.000.000

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034 SOEDIBIO (Madiun, 1912 - 1981) Nenekku, 1975 Oil on canvas: 60 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Soedibio, 75 RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000

030 SUMARDI (Solo, Central Java, 1917 - 1983) Javanese Women Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm Signed and dated lower right: Sumardi RP 8.000.000 – 12.000.000

031 BAGONG KUSSUDIARDJA (Yogyakarta, 1928 – 2004) Javanese Lady, 1998 Oil on canvas: 44 x 39 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Bagong K’98 RP 6.000.000 – 10.000.000

035 HASIM (Jakarta, 1921-1982) Prosperous Harvest, 1977 Oil on canvas : 120 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Hasim’ 77 RP 9.000.000 – 15.000.000

032 COLLECTION OF CERAMICS AND BOOKS RP 3.000.000 – 5.000.000

033 SUDARSO (Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Lady In Red, 1994 Oil on canvas: 116 x 80 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sudarso, 94 RP 18.000.000 – 25.000.000

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Rustamadji Born in Surabaya, East Java, April 16, 1932. In 1946 he started painting under the painter S. Sudjojono in Sanggar Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists Association), Madiun. Rustamadji was a painter in the realistic – naturalistic style from the 1940’s to the 1960’s, he focused on themes of daily life and experiences which were familiar to the people. This subject, that reflected feelings of nationalism, became popular after the more romantic – naturalistic – Mooi Indie style of the 1930’s. Rustamadji was greatly influenced by the spirit of the time when he began painting. His works were egalitarian with their messages of social, economic and political equality for everyone. Rustamadji was deeply inspired by the people’s daily life. His often used objects of paintings describing the themes of figures, landscapes, and markets and dancers. He closely observed the realities of life among ordinary people. He shows his expertise in presenting detailed forms, treatment of light and shadow, and creating a certain kind of mood. His mastery of the realistic technique captured in object of the woman seller in most earthy and subdued color.

036 RUSTAMADJI (Surabaya, 1932 – 1990) Traditional Market Scene, 1986 Oil on canvas: 90 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Rustamadji, 1986 RP 120.000.000 – 150.000.000

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041 ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Santa Diving X Mas, 2012 Acrylic on canvas: 70 x 80 cm Signed and dated lower left: Erica, 2012 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 11.000.000 – 18.000.000

037 TIO TJAY (b. 1946) Arwana, 2009 Oil on canvas: 80 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Tio Tjay, 2009

038 Xin Jin Ayam, 1995 042 KRIJONO (Jakarta, 1951 - 2011) Kuda Emas, 2010

Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Jin,95.8 RP 3.000.000 – 5.000.000

RP 28.000.000 – 40.000.000

Oil on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower right: Kuda Mas Bali, 2010, Krijono RP 40.000.000 – 60.000.000

040 RONALD FRIJLLING (Banyuwangi, East Java, 1917 – ca. 1941) Cock Fight 039 TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Sepasang Merpati, 1962

Oil on canvas laid on board: 26,5 x 36,5 cm Signed, lower right: Ronald Frijlling RP 6.000.000 – 8.000.000

Oil on board: 121 x 55 cm Signed and stamped in chinese character, Upper right RP 35.000.000 – 50.000.000

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043 TATANG GANAR (Bandung, 1936 – 2004) Ivon, 200

044 AMRUS NATALSYA (Medan, 1933) Bunga, 1990

Oil on canvas: 120 x 140 cm Signed and dated, lower left: T. Ganar, 2000 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the artist

Oil on canvas: 65 x 45 cm Signed and dated lower right: Amrus N. Jak 1990

RP 22.000.000 – 30.000.000

RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000 045 BAGONG KUSSUDIARDJA (Yogyakarta, 1928 – 2004) Wayang Krisna, 1995 Oil on canvas: 102 x 77 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Bagong K’95 RP 15.000.000 – 20.000.000

046 LIM KWI BING Indonesia Beauty, 2002 Oil on board: 40 x 30 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Lim Kwi Bing, 2002 RP 7.000.000 – 12.000.000

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047 FX HARSONO (Blitar, 1949) Memory of Paint 14 Digital print: 80 x 225 cm RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000

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048 SUKAMTO DWI SUSANTO (Yogyakarta, 1952) a. Kesetiaan, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 68 x 88 cm Signed and dated, lower right: b. Sang Raja, 2003 Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sukamto 03 RP 4.000.000 – 6.000.000

049 TRI WAHYUDI (Surakarta, 1986) I am a Little Girl Like Dolls and Teddy Bears, 2010 Acrylic on canvas: 165 x 125 cm Signed and dated, lower left: T.W. Yudhi. 2010 RP 14.000.000 – 20.000.000

050 S.YADI K (Banyuwangi, 1958) Kop Legong

051 SIAUW TIK KWIE (Solo, 1913 – Jakarta, 1988) The Farmer, 1968

Mixed media on canvas : 30 x 25 cm Signed, lower left: S. Yadi K. Bali

Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Siauw Tik Kwie, 1968

RP 2.000.000 – 3.000.000 RP 8.000.000 – 15.000.000

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052 A. HADI MAS’UD (Surabaya, 1966) Truth,Version # 23 – Mempercayakan Kebenaran , 2011 Oil on canvas: 190 x 240 cm Signed and dated, middle area: Hadi Mas’ud, 2011 RP 20.000.000 – 30.000.000

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054 IDA BAGUS INDRA “IBI” (Bali, 1974) A Declaration of Love - 2 , 2013 Oil on canvas: 90 x 70 cm Signed, titled and dated, lower left: A Declaration of Love , IBI. 2003 RP 40.000.000 – 50.000.000

055 FEBRI ANTONI (Bukit Tinggi, Padang, 1975 – 2003) Dingin , 2003 Mixed media on canvas: 120 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Febri Antoni, Yogya, 2003 RP 25.000.000 – 40.000.000 053 ABDUL DJALIL “A.D.” PIROUS (Meulaboh, Aceh, 1932) Abstrak, 1969 Oil on canvas: 100 x 72 cm Signed and dated, lower right: AD. Pirous’69 RP 50.000.000 – 70.000.000

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056 SYAHDAN LUBIS (Medan, 1972) Borobudur Di Waktu Senja, 2006

057 OTTO DJAYA (Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Sonata Bulan Purnama, 1992

Oil on canvas: 50 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right

Oil on canvas: 90 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1992

RP 5.000.000 - 10.000.000

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

058 TATANG GANAR (Bandung, 1936 – Bandung, 2004) Menanti VI, 1991

059 ALIMIN TAMIN (Solok, 1932) Balinese Girl

Oil on canvas: 67 x 67 cm Signed and dated, lower left: T. ganar’91 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist

Oil on canvas: 30 x 25 cm Signed, lower left: Alimin, Bali

060 I WAYAN CAHYA (Solo, C. Java, 1965) Metamorphosis, 2006 Oil on canvas: 90 x 73 cm Signed and dated, lower right: I Wayan Cahya, 2006 RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

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061 FADJAR SIDIK (Surabaya, 1930 - 2004) Mandala Biru, 1999 Oil on canvas: 90 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: F. Sidik’99 Literature: Dr. M. Dwi Marianto and Drs. M. Agus Burhan M.Hum, Dinamika Bentuk dan Ruang: FADJAR SIDIK, 2002, Rupa-rupa Seni, page.235 RP 28.000.000 - 35.000.000

062 I MADE WIANTA (Bali, 1949) Black Abstract, 2012 Mixed media on canvas: 90 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wianta, 2012 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

063 AHMAD SADALI (Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) Abstrak, 1985 Mixed media on paper: 44 x 39 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Sadali, 1985 RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000

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064 PIETER ADRIAAN JACOBUS MOOJEN (26 June 1879-1 April 1955) Kampoeng, 1922

065 MAHYUDDIN S (Bukittinggi, Sumatra 1924 - 1993) Waterfall

Oil on canvas: 36 x 46 cm Signed and dated, lower left: P.A.J Moojen.22

Oil on canvas: 65 x 45 cm Signed, lower left: Mahyuddin S.

RP 7.000.000 - 12.000.000

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

068 GERARD PIETER ADOLFS (Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) Flamboyant 066 TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang, - died 1993) Sepasang Merpati, 1975

067 I KETUT SADIA (Batuan, Bali, 1966) Tari Kecak, 2012

Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Koentjoro

Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 100 cm Signed, lower left: Kt. Sadia, Batuan Bali Signed and dated on the reverse

RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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Oil on board: 24 x 33 cm Signed, lower left: Ger. P. Adolfs RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000

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069 HASIM (Jakarta, 1921-1982) Crossing the Bridge, 1954 Oil on canvas: 98 x 66 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hasim.18-11-54 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

071 HENING PURNAMAWATI (Cimahi, 1960) Butterfly, 2004

072 OTTO DJAYA (Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Penari Kipas, 1991

Oil on canvas: 50 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hening P. 2004 Signed and dated on the reverse

Oil on canvas: 100 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1991 RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000

RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

070 AGUS DJAYA (Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Minum Tuak, 1958 Oil on canvas: 95 x 85 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Agus Djaya’58 RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

073 LIEM TJOE ING (Surakarta, 1922-1996) Pasar Di Bali, 1990 Oil on canvas: 63 x 168 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Liem Tjoe Ing, 1990 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

074 SUMARDI (Solo, 1917- 1983) Gadis Membawa Kendil, 1979



Oil on canvas: 63 x 168 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Sumardi, 1979 RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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075 R.E HARTANTO (Bandung, 1973) Soap Opera



Acrylic on canvas: 200 x 250 cm RP 75.000.000 - 100.000.000

Born in Bandung, 1973. R.E. Hartanto is an Indonesian artist, currently living and working in Bandung, Indonesia. He is known for his provocative portraitures that narrate stories of contemporary social political issues that are prevalent in our society. His academic background was painting major in Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). He participated in many Artistin-Residence & Workshop programs. His latests solo exhibitions were “7 Bandung Artists Drawing Exhibition” Common Room, Bandung (2004) and “Unseen Wounds” Koong Gallery, Jakarta (2000). He also has participated in several group exhibitions such as in Bandung, Jakarta, Magelang and Singapore. Educations: 2001-2002 Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1992-1998 Fine Art Departement, Faculty of Fine Art & Design, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (major: painting)   Grants & Awards: 2004 Asian-Europe Foundation, Helsinki, Finland (Bandung-Helsinki: City Surgery) 2002 RAIN Artists' Initiatives Network supported by Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs/ DCO/IC (Bessengue City Project) 2001-2002 Ministry of Science, Culture and Education & Trustfond Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Rijksakademie v.B.K.) 2001 ANAT & Daniel Langlois Foundation (Alchemy Masterclass) 1999 Juror's Choice, Phillip Morris ASEAN Art Awards, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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076 JULIUS PHILIPPUS STAUPE (Wlingi, Java, 1919) Danau Klakah Lumajang, 1981

077 TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang, - died 1993) Sepasang Ayam 1962



Oil on canvas: 30 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Staupe.24.12.81



RP 4.000.000 - 8.000.000

Oil on board: 121 x 55 cm Chinese character and stamped, upper right RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000

078 OMAR BASALMAH (b. Bandung) Ricefield, 1996



Oil on canvas: 50 x 123 cm Signed and dated, lower left: O. Basalmah’96, Lembang 079 AMRUS NATALSYA (Medan, 1933) Ke Pasar, 1995

RP 5.000.000 - 8v.000.000



Oil on wood: 79 x 86 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Amrus N.95 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist

080 ARIE SMIT (Zaandam, 1916) Candi Bentar, 2007



Acrylic on canvas: 37 x 27 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Arie Smit’07 RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000

RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

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081 ARIE SMIT (Zaandam, 1916) Resting Boy, 1983



Acrylic on paper: 25 x 40 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit, Bali’83 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000

082 OTTO DJAYA (Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Figur Wanita, 1990 Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Otto Djaya, 1990 RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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083 KUSTIMAN MANJAYA (Bandung, West Java, 1952) Gadis Bali, 2007

084 NANA TEDJA (Yogyakarta, 1971) Simbiosis Mutualisme, 2013

Acrylic on canvas: 95 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: K. Manjaya. 2007

Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 141 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Nana Tedja, 2013

RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000

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085 IRSAM (Klaten, 1942) Dewi, 1989 Oil on canvas: 40 x 45 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Irsam, 1989 Literature: Mikke Susanto, Jejak-jejak Dekoratif Irsam, Published by PT. Dwi Samapersada, Jakarta, 2013, Pg. 121 RP 12.000.000 - 20.000.000

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090 HASAN DJAAFAR (Koto Gadang, West Sumatra, 1919 - 1995) Perahu Oil on canvas: 102 x 70 cm Signed, lower left: Hasan Djaafar

086 KOEMPOEL SUJATNO (Ngawi, 1912 – Batu, 1987) Panen Oil on canvas: 74 x 150 cm Signed, lower left: Kompol RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000 087 ABDULLAH SURIOSUBROTO (Semarang, 1878 – Yogyakarta, 1941) Landscape Watercolor on paper: 53 x 72 cm Signed, lower left: Abdullah RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000 091 WILHEMUS JEAN FREDERIC IMANDT (St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882 – 1967) Sea Panorama Oil on canvas: 51 x 70 cm Signed, lower left: Imandt 088 S. TOYO (Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Waterfall

RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000

Oil on canvas: 120 x 100 cm Signed, lower right: S. Toyo RP 25.000.000 - 40.000.000

089 FREDERICK ANTON KIEVITS (Bogor, West Java, 1887 – The Hague, 1951) Danau Oil on canvas: 40 x 60 cm Signed, lower right: FA. Kievits RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

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092 I MADE WIANTA (Bali, 1949) Rainbow Mandalan, 1996 Oil and acrylic on canvas: 90 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Wianta, 1996 RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

093 ABAS ALIBASYAH (Purwakarta, 1928) Prima Donna, 1981 Oil on canvas: 100 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Abas, 1981 Titled on the reverse Accompanied by Photo of Artist with the painting RP 12.000.000 - 18.000.000

094 SALIM / SARAOCHMIN SALIM (Medan, 1908 – Paris, 2008) Italia, 1998 Oil on canvas: 73 x 61 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Salim,’98 Literature: Ajip Rosidi, Salim, Pelukis Indonesia Di Paris, Publised by Pustaka Jaya & Cemara 6 Gallery, Jakarta 2003, Page.70 RP 50.000.000 - 75.000.000

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095 I KETUT SUGANTIKA (Singapadu, Bali 1975) Jago II, 2009

096 RIKI ANTONI (Indonesia, 1977) Hug Me, 2007

Mixed media on canvas: 150 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Ketut Sugantika, 2009

Oil on canvas: 145 x 150 cm Signed and dated, lower right: ‘07

RP 8.000.000 - 10.000.000

RP 9.000.000 - 15.000.000

099 ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Landscape with Buffaloes Oil on canvas laid on board: 75 x 140 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

100 ADAM LAY (Wonosobo, Central Java, 1949) Indian Oil on canvas: 130 x 200 cm Signed, lower right: Adam L. RP 35.000.000 - 50.000.000

097 HENING PURNAMAWATI (Cimahi, 1960) Tegar, 1994 Oil on canvas: 70 x 60 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Hening P. ‘94 Signed and dated on the reverse RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

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098 KLOWOR WALDIYONO (Yogyakarta, 1968) Untitled, 2011 Oil on canvas: 150 X 150 cm Signed and dated, lower Left: Klowor, 2011 RP 25.000.000 - 30.000.000

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101 RAHMAT SUBANI IRFANI (Solo, 1949 – Jakarta, 2003) Karya Pertama, 1998

102 RAHMAT SUBANI IRFANI (Solo, 1949 – Jakarta, 2003) Jatuhnya Cahaya Tak Pernah Salah, 2002

Oil on canvas: 175 x 125 cm Signed and dated, Middle right: R. 1998, Karya Pertama

Oil on canvas: 120 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: R. 2002 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

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103 I GUSTI NGURAH UDIANTARA (Tampaksiring, 1976) Katakan Dengan Bunga, 2000 Oil on canvas: 120 x 90 cm Signed and dated, upper left: Tantin,2000 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 25.000.000 - 40.000.000

105 I WAYAN SADIA (Panetasan, Ubud, Bali, 1939) Sepulang Dari Laut Acrylic on canvas: 125 x 150 cm Signed, lower right: I. W Sadia, Penestanan,Kelod Ubud Bali RP 45.000.000 - 60.000.000

104 ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Sweet Prosperity Family, 2011 Acrylic on canvas: 80 x 110 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Erica, 2011 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

106 NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Penari Kipas Merah, 2011 Oil on canvas: 95 x 95 cm Signed and dated, lower right: 2011 RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000

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107 H. RIETBERG (b. Dutch) Panen Oil on board: 20 x 20 cm Signed, lower left: H. Rietberg RP 4.000.000 - 6.000.000

108 ADAM LAY (Wonosobo, Central Java, 1949) Taman Firdaus, 1975 Oil on canvas: 45 x 90 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Adam L.75 RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

109 MORI KINSEN (Yokohama, Japan 1888 - Magelang, 1959) Boats Watercolor on paper: 25 x 40 cm Signed, lower right: M. Kinsen RP 3.000.000 - 5.000.000 111 S. TOYO (Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Horses

110 S. DJUPRIJANY Landscape

Oil on canvas: 144 x 294 cm Signed, lower right: S. Toyo RP 30.000.000 - 40.000.000

Oil on canvas laid on board: 42 x 59 cm Signed, lower left: S. Djuprijany RP 4.000.000 - 6.000.000

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112 RUSTAMADJI (Surabaya, 1932 – 1990)

114 YUNZ Untitled, 2006

115 M. ANDI DWI Kerasnya Metropolitan, 2002

Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 120 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Yunz’06

Mixed media on canvas: 130 x 150 cm Signed, titled and dated on the reverse

RP 10.000.000 - 15.000.000

RP 5.000.000 - 7.000.000

a. Boy, 1985 Pencil on paper: 26.5 x 26.5 cm Signed and dated, lower middle: Rustamadji’85 b. Study Figure, 1965 Pastel on paper: 30 x 25 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rustamadji’65 RP 4.000.000 - 8.000.000

116 KOEMPOEL SUJATNO (Ngawi, 1912 – Batu, 1987) Moonlight on Prigi Beach in East Java Oil on canvas: 60 x 90 cm Signed, lower left: Koempoel Literature: Agus Dermawan T, Dr. Jean Couteau, Henri Nurcahyo, Koempoel Sujatno : THE MAESTRO, Published by The G & G art Foundation, Surabaya, 2003. Page. 190 RP 12.000.000 - 15.000.000

117 FREDERIK KASENDA (1920-1950) Landscape River, 1938 113 AGUS DJAYA (Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Sayang Binatang, 1977 Oil on canvas: 130 x 97 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Agus Djaya’1977

Oil on board: 39 x 63 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Frederik Kasenda, Minahasa, 1938 RP 8.000.000 - 12.000.000

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118 DEDE ERI SUPRIA (Jakarta, 1956) Girl From Uluwatu, 2013 Oil on canvas: 120 x 130 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Dede Eri Supria, 2013 This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Artist RP 60.000.000 - 90.000.000

Being fascinated by photographic realism, Dede Eri Supria has developed his paintings through collection of photographs. He found his idioms through observing photos. However he never copies the photographs either. His paintings show that he tends to go beyond photography, in the sense that the sceneries he creates in his canvases are impossible for photography to emulate. In playing with this imagination of the unreal-reality or engineered visual reality, he employs painstakingly realistic technique in the details of his works. His style and theme becomes a pioneer of Gerakan Seni Rupa Indonesia in the late 70’s. He had received several awards, such as: General Award for The Arts from The Society for American Indonesia Friendship Inc. (1978), The International Visitor’s Program from USIS, USA (1981), Anugerah Adam Malik (1986), and Affandi Award (1993). Since the last two decades, Dede Eri Supria has developed fascinating paintings that amaze the Indonesian art aficionados. His works are rich in colors, forms, and lines which formed in careful fashion producing a pleasant and enjoyable picture. The picture sometimes drives the viewers to personally feel the situation as illustrated in canvas. Balinese dancer is one of Dede’s favorite objects that often times reveal in most of his painting with different style and nuances. Awards: 1976 1978 1981 1986 1993 1997

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The Partita Adhi Karya SSRI The General Award for the Arts, The Society for American-Indonesia Friendship The best work of the Jakarta Art Council Board Biennale Awards from Adam Malik (Indonesian 2nd Vice president) the Affandi Art Award First winner of the Phillip Morris Indonesia Arts Award

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119 BUNGA JERUK PERMATA PEKERTI (Solo, 1972) Moon Girl, 2010

120 INDRA WIDIYANTO (Slawi, Central Java, 1975) Untitled

Acrylic on canvas: 150 x 200 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Bunga,2010

Acrylic on canvas: 110 x 200 cm

RP 50.000.000 - 70.000.000

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121 H. RIETBERG (b. Dutch) Going to the Temple Oil on board: 38 x 27 cm Signed, lower left: H. Rietberg

122 FREDERIK KASENDA (1920-1950) Landscape , 1993 Oil on canvas 68 x 100 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Frederik Kasenda, 1993 RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

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125 MAHYUDDIN S (Bukittinggi, Sumatra 1924 - 1993) Ngarai Oil on canvas: 120 x 240 cm Signed, lower left: Mahyuddin S. RP 60.000.000 - 80.000.000

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123 CHENG SHUI (Bogor, West Java, 1981) Break Time

124 ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Flowers

Oil on board: 81 x 122 cm Signed, lower right: Ong Cheng Shui

Oil on board: 34 x 23 cm Signed, lower right: Ern. Dezentje

RP 18.000.000 - 25.000.000

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126 TRUBUS SUDARSONO (Yogyakarta, 1926 – 1966) Dancer Oil on canvas: 60 x 75 cm Signed, lower right: Trubus S. RP 70.000.000 - 100.000.000

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 colors that reflected his restless spirit.

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127 TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang, - died 1993) 11 Ikan Mas, ca.1960 Oil on board: 80.5 x 170 cm Chinese character and stamped, middle left RP 600.000.000 - 90.000.000

128 PRANAGUNG (Solo, 1954) Pasar Bunga 19, 2012 Oil on canvas: 130 x 115 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Prana, 2012 RP 25.000.000 - 35.000.000

129 RUDOLF BONNET (Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Figure, 1962 Pastel on paper: 42 x 37 cm Signed and dated, upper left: . Bonnet, 1962 RP 20.000.000 - 30.000.000

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130 ARIE SMIT (Zaandam, 1916) Market in Bali, 1976



Gouache on paper laid on board: 56 x 43 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Arie Smit’, Bali’76 Signed, titled and dated on the reverse This lot is accompanied with certificate of authenticity from the Neka Art Museum RP 120.000.000 - 180.000.000

Arie Smit is an artist who loves natural beauty and Balinese culture in the form of imaginative painting, painting that express the pure soul of an adventurer, a natural devotee of tropical sunlight. Arie Smit’s painting show breath-taking landscapes, relaxing youths, colorful tropical gardens, glittering seascapes, and quiet temples that evoke a sense of wander. Facades of temple are often shown with human figures in front of them. Arie Smit uses a simple single vanishing point perspective to depict the temple surrounding. His special characteristics were seen by the use of his tropical rich color on the object. Arie’s landscapes often go beyond the scenes of nature. Landscape, Hills and Trees is not a mere rendition of the rolling green terrain of the valley. Quite simplified and abstracted, it nevertheless shows a cloudy sky, tall palm trees, wet rice-fields, the sea and a cloodbank in the distance, some shrubs in the foreground. Any details would hidden the impact of this clear-lighted painting.

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131 I GUSTI AGUNG KEPAKISAN (b. 1972) Activities in the Ricefield, 2006



Acrylic on canvas: 90 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Kepakisan, 2006 RP 13.000.000 - 20.000.000

132 SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Market Scene



Oil on canvas: 100 x 145 cm Signed, lower left: S. Abdullah RP 15.000.000 - 20.000.000

133 BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) A View of Telaga Warna



Oil on canvas laid on board: 61 x 40.5 cm Signed, lower right: B. Abdullah RP 50.000.000 - 80.000.000

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134 ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Togog, 1968



Oil on canvas: 55 x 70 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Roedyat, 1968 Signed, titled and dated onn the reverse RP 25.000.000 - 40.000.000

135 RUSLI (Medan, 1912 – Jakarta 2005) Market Scene, 1981



Oil on canvas: 60 x 75 cm Signed and dated, lower right: Rusli, 4 Nov’81 RP 40.000.000 - 50.000.000

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Index of Artists A. Hadi Mas’ud Abas Alibasjah Abdullah Suriosubroto AD. Pirous Adam Lay Agus Djaya Agus Riyadi Ahmad Sadali Alimin Tamin Amrus Natalsya Anang Asmara Arie Smit Bagong Kussudiarjo Basoeki Abdullah Bunga Jeruk Permata Pekerti Cheng Shui CL. Dake Dede Eri Supria Erica Hestu Wahyuni Ernest Dezentje Fadjar Sidik Faizin Febri Antoni Frank Niemantsverdriet Jan Frederick Anton Kievits Frederik Kasenda FX. Harsono Gerard Pieter Adolfs H. Rietberg Hasan Djaafar Hasim Hening Purnamawati I Gusti Agung Kepakisan I Gusti Ngurah Udiantara I Ketut Sugantika I Made Wianta I Wayan Cahya I Wayan Sadia Ida Bagus Indra (IBI) Indra Widiantoro Ipe Ma’roef Irsam Julius Philippus (Julius) Staupe Klowor Waldiyono Koempoel Sujatno Krijono Kustiman Manjaya Lam Duc Manh 76

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52 93 87 53 100, 108 70, 113 21 63 59 44, 79 13 80, 81, 130 31, 45 133 14, 119 10, 123 15 118 16, 22, 41, 104 6, 20, 99, 124 61 12 55 11 89 117, 122 47 68 107, 121 90 35, 69 71, 97 131 103 95 62, 92 60 67, 105 54 120 24 23, 85 76 98 17, 86, 116 42 83 26

Leo Eland Liem Tjoe Ing Lim Kwi Bing M. Andi Dwi Mahyuddin Maryati Affandi Men Sagan Moojen Pieter Adriaan Jacobus (Piet) Mori Kinsen Nana Tedja Nyoman Gunarsa Omar Basalmah Otto Djaya Pranagung R. Hadi R. Soekardji Rahmat Subani Irfani RE. Hartanto Riki Antoni Roedyat Martadiredja Ronald Frijling Rudolf Bonnet Rusli Rustamadji S. Djupriany S. Toyo S. Yadi K Salim Sen Pao Set Ceramic & Buku Siauw Tik Kwie Soedibio Soekardji Sudarso Sudjono Abdullah Sukamto Dwi Susanto Sumardi Syahdan Lubis Tatang Ganar Tatang Koentjoro Tio Tjay Tri Wahyudi Trubus Sudarsono Willem Imandt Xin Jin Yap Hian Tjay Yunz

18 73 46 115 65, 125 8 4 64 109 84 106 78 57, 72, 82 128 28 27 101, 102 75 96 3, 134 40 29, 129 135 36, 112 110 7, 88, 111 50 94 25 32 51 34 9 33 5, 19, 132 48 30, 74 56 43, 58 2, 39, 66, 77, 127 37 49 126 91 38 1 114

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A. HADI MAS’UD (Surabaya, 1966) He was born in Surabaya, 1966. He graduated from the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta in 1992. He has worked as a Graphic Designer / Packaging Plant Teflon, Maspion Sidoarjo (1992), Supervision Kebudayan YPIA Surabaya (1993-2004), Come into teaching (creative development) at the primary level school founded with friends in the village Kedungmaling, Sooko Mojokerto (2002-2007). He is also actively participating in several joint like Exhibition Exhibition Installation “Sullearisme”, Surabaya (2000), Exhibition Installation Art Without Frame, along with artist Rudi Isbandi, Syahrizal Pahlevi, S. Teddy D, Febrianto, Watoni, P Day, 6 artists Petro Kimia Gresik & street artists (anonymous), Surabaya (1999), with Ugo Untoro Exhibition & Day Prajitno, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta (1998), Painting Exhibition Surabaya Art Festival (1997) , Installation Exhibition at Balai Pemuda Surabaya & Launching the project “Art Book 1” (1994), Single Painting Exhibition at Auditorium PPIA Surabaya (1993). ABAS ALIBASYAH (Purwakarta, 1928) Born in Purwakarta, March 1, 1928. studied at the Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia (ASRI, Indonesian Academy of Fine Arts) in Yogyakarta, Central Java, from 1950-1956. He also taught at many schools and universities in Yogyakarta, including ASRI and Universitas Gajah Mada. His works are balanced compositions of color and form. Award: Piagam Anugerah Seni (Indonesia, 1975). Exhibitions: Festival of Indonesia (U.S.A., 1990-1992), center for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1996). Abas became the lecturer of ASRI and later became the principal of the institution ever since. He started painting landscapes and was later attracted to ethnic objects. His works have been granted many awards from the Indonesian government as well as foreign countries such as Cultural Award Scheme from the Australian government (1970), the best work in painting of Biennale Indonesia (1974), the Lempad award from Sanggar Dewata Indonesia (1984) etc. His works was in the collection of former Indonesian President Soekarno as well as many art collectors. ABDULLAH SOERIOSOEBROTO (Semarang, 1878 – Yogyakarta, 1941) Born in Semarang, Central Java, on October 17, 1878. He was one of Indonesia’s first modern painters of the 20th century. He was sent to Holland to study medicine, but he chose to study painting instead. After returned from Holland, he was sent to Yogyakarta palace. Then he moved to West Java and worked in a soap factory. Then, he became fully involved in the field of art. He returned to Holland to study art for three years in Leiden, entered the painting academy in Amsterdam. After returned to Indonesia, he became known as a painter of landscape and villages around Bandung. ABDUL DJALIL “A.D.” PIROUS (Meulaboh, Aceh, 1932) He was born in Meulaboh, Aceh, on 11 March 1933. He finished his arts education at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and continued his study at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, United States majoring art and graphic design (1964 – 1970). He was well known as the pioneer of modern calligraphic art in Indonesia. He won several national and international competitions among other are as the Best Painting Prize in Biennale Art Award from the Jakarta Arts Council (1974, 1976), the silver medal at the International Arts Exhibition I in Seoul, Korea, and the Indonesian Arts Award (1985). He has participated in numerous exhibitions throughout the world, including the Asia-Pacific Triennale, Brisbane, and the 9th International Asia Exhibition, Taipei (1994). After he retired from the Academic world, AD Pirous is still working as a painter and thinker in the field of art and culture. ADAM LAY (Wonosobo, Central Java, 1949) Born in Wonosobo, Central Java on September 25, 1949. He started painting since he was in elementary school. He was known as an autodidact painter. His first solo exhibition held in 1979 at Hotel Indonesia, Jakarta. As a professional painter he joined several exhibitions in Jakarta and Australia. AGUS DJAYA (Pandeglang, West Java, 1913 - 1993) Born in Pandeglang, West Java, April 1, 1913. He studied art at Rijks Academie Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam (1947 – 1949) and Universiteit Amsterdam, Facultieit van Journalistiek (1947 – 1949). He was taught under the guidance of painter Willem van der Berg and Van Thienen. During in Europe, he met with great painters like Pablo Picasso, France, Salvador Dali, Spain and Sculpture expert, Ossip Zadkine, Poland. He has been participated in numerous exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas. He received an honor to held exhibition in Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam which introduce not only his name but also Indonesian Painters to the world. In 1947, he participated in the International Exhibition, Monaco and received an award “Le Grand Prix de la Peinture de Monaco. In 1965, he received an award “L’oscar de Peinture” in the International exhibition in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. In 1993, the Indonesian government awarded him the Art Award and also awarded many military medal of his participation in the Indonesian struggle for independence. His contribution in Indonesian art development also seen by founding art studio and galley in Bali (1953) and also Agus Djaya Foundation of Fine Art and Social education in Jakarta. AGUS RIYADI (Sleman, Yogyakarta, 1979) Born in Sleman Yogyakarta on 21 August 1979. He has actively participated in several group exhibitons such as the KIAF(Korea International Art Fair), Art Seasons Gallery, COEX, WTC Seoul Korea (2008), Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta (2005-2007), Group exhibitions with Kelompok Kereta Yogyakarta (2002), and the Anniversary of SMSR Yogyakarta (1998).

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AHMAD SADALI (Garut, West Java, 1924 - Bandung, 1987) He graduated from the Department of Art, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1953, where he later taught, becoming a Professor in the Art Department in 1972. He received a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to study at Iowa State University and the New York Art Student’s League in USA 1956-1957. He also studied in The Netherlands and Australia in 1977, a Pakistan in 1980. He held his solo exhibition in Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung and Yogyakarta. He also has participated in several group exhibitions such as in Indonesia, China, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, India, Vietnam, USA, Switzerland, UK, France, Brazil and Saudi Arabia. He received some Awards including the Anugerah Seni Art Award from the Indonesian Government in 1972 and awards from the Jakarta Arts Council at the Indonesian Painting Biennials in 1974 and 1978. ALIMIN TAMIN (Solok, 1932) Born in Solok, West Sumatra 1932. He learnt painting under S. Sudjojono and Harijadi. In 1952, he joined the Indonesian Young Artists Gallery. He founded Matahari painters association together with Nashar, Wakijan, Mardian, and others (1954). He also established the Kedatom Gallery, Danpasar, Bali (1960). AMRUS NATALSYA (Medan, 1933) Born in Medan, October 21, 1933. He studied at SSRI & ASRI Yogyakarta majoring art sculpture. Many of his works have been collected by art collectors in Indonesia and overseas. In 1983 he did 5 wooden calligraphic monuments in Jeddah. He got the best award from the Trienale Jakarta II in 1998 held by the Jakarta Arts Council. ANANG ASMARA (C. Java, 1974) Born in Central Java, 1974. He is a painter from Sleman regency near Yogyakarta. His work has significant style and astounding ability to reproduce detail and texture that contains strong symbolism. Most of his paintings capture Anang’s admiration and respect for traditional culture (especially the Javanese traditions into which he was born), and also influenced by his admiration and respect for women, whom he feels often get a very raw deal in contemporary Indonesia. He has participated in several painting exhibitions and many of his works have been in the collection of collectors in Indonesia. ARIE SMIT (Zaandam, the Netherlands, 1916) 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. BAGONG KUSSUDIARDJA (Yogyakarta, 1928 – 2004) Born in Yogyakarta, 1928. He studied art at the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta under famous artists like Sudiarjo, Hendra Gunawan and Kusnadi. He was also well known as a dancer and choreographer. He founded an Arts Training Center in Yogyakarta. He received many art awards among others are Gold Medal from Pope Paul VI (1973), the Gold Medal from Bangladesh Government (1981) and Cultural Art Award from the Indonesian Government. BASOEKI ABDULLAH (Solo, 1915 – Jakarta, 1993) 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. BUNGA JERUK PERMATA PEKERTI (Solo, 1972) Born in Solo, Central Java, 1972. She studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI), yogyakarta. She held her solo exhibition at Centre Culturel Francaise (CCF), Yogyakarta, Sculpture Square, Singapore (2000), Edwins Gallery (2002), Museum der Moderne Salzburg, ustria (2003). She participated in several group exhibitions at the 10th Biennale, Taman Ismail Marzuki Art Center, Jakarta (1996), Cemara 6 Cafe Gallery, Jakarta (1997), Yogyakarta 6th Biennale, purna Budaya, Yogyakarta, National Gallery, Jakarta, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta (1999), Museum of Art, Moscow, Rusia, Edwin’s Gallery (2000), Widayat Museum, Magelang (2001), Keuppersmuehle Sammlung Grothe Museum, Duisburg, Germany (2002). CHENG SHUI (Bogor, West Java, 1981) Ong Cheng Shui was born in Bogor, West Java in 1981. He is autodidact painter who found his great interest in painting since he was young. He has been actively involved in arts since 2000. As a professional painter, he has participated in several group exhibitions since 2000 until now. Among others group exhibition at Bogor (2000), at Crown Plaza Hotel (January, 2010), at Pacific Place (March, 2010), at pondok Indah Mall

(April, 2010), and at Grand Indonesia, (July, 2010). His artworks have been in the collections of both local and foreign collectors. As a painter, he was inspired by Lee Man Fong paintings. His subject of paintings closely connected with the animal world, village scene and people’s daily lives which have become the sought after themes of painting by collectors. CAREL LODEWIJK DAKE, Jr (Schaerbeek, 1886 – Jakarta, 1946) Born in Schaerbeek, Belgium, 1886. He traveled to different places and intensely painted about Cambodja and Thailand but mostly attracted to Indonesian landscape. He went to all over Java, Sumatra and Bali as his painting objects. He died in Jakarta (1946). DEDE ERI SUPRIA (Jakarta, 1956) 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. ERICA HESTU WAHYUNI (Yogyakarta, 1971) Born in Yogyakarta, 1971. She began to study painting when she was young and join Sanggar Katamsi under painters Suharto P.R. and Herry Wibowo. In 1996, she graduated from the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta. She performed her solo exhibition in Yogyakarta and Jakarta. She intensely participated in many group exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas, Singapore, Philippines, Japan and Russia. She received award for the Best Work at ISI Yogyakarta in 1993. ERNEST DEZENTJE (Jatinegara, 1885 – 1972) Born in Jatinegara, Java, 1885. He was a self-taught artist who came from French. He was a member of the Bataviasche Kunstkring. He used impressionist and sometimes divisionistic style. He has participated in several exhibitions to represent his works. He received prize from former President Soekarno. He died in 1972. FADJAR SIDIK (Surabaya, 1930 - 2004) Born in Surabaya, February 8, 1930. He studied at ASRI Yogyakarta in 1954 and learnt painting from Hendra Gunawan and Sudarso (1952) at Sanggar Pelukis Rakyat. He lived in Bali from 1957 – 1961. He received art award as Contemporary Painter from the Indonesian Government in 1971 and from the Government of Yogyakarta. FAIZIN (Banyuwangi, 1973) Born in Banyuwangi, East Java, 1973. He actively participated in several exhibitions in Indonesia. He became the finalist at the Phillip Morris Indonesian Art Awards in 1999. FEBRI ANTONI (Bukit Tinggi, Padang, 1975 – 2003) Born in Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra, February 5, 1975. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta. His first exhibition started at Bengkulu (1994) and continued at Yogyakarta, Jakarta, and Bali. He also active participated in several exhibitions inside and outside Java and Singapore. He became the finalist at the Phillip Morris Art Awards 1997, 1998 and Indofood Art Awards 2002 and 2003. FRANK NIEMANTSVERDRIET,Jan (Kalimaro, Java, 1885) Born in Kalimaro,Java, 12 November1885. He was a pupil of the academy of arts in The Hague. The artist returned to Indonesia in 1922. Painter, draughtsman, graphic artist and teacher in many young artists (Indonesian and European). He painted in a figurative style, in which subtle composition and subdues coloring were his main interest. The artist was a member of the “Bataviasche Kunstkring” and participated ini several of their expositions from 1923 until 1938. He is considered by Mrs. De Loos-Haaxman as one of the most important artist of the 1920s and 1930s in Indonesia. Died in Jakarta, 29 August 1945. Exhibitions: Hotel des Indes, Jakarta (1936), Kunstzaal Kolff & Co, Jakarta (1933), Bataviasche Kunstkring, Jakarta (1938). FREDERICK ANTON KIEVITS (Bogor, West Java, 1887 – The Hague, 1951) FA Keivits was born in Bogor, West Java 10 September 1887. Painter and draughtsman, who lived and worked in Indonesia in the 1920’s and 1930’s. In April – May 1938 he participated in the “Bondscollectie” exhibition in Jakarta, “Kuntszaal Kolff and Co, November 1930 (one man show) in Jakarta, The Hague, Panorama Mesdag in 1949 (one man show). During Wordl War II he was interested by the Japanese and put in a camp. The Artist painted and drew landscapes depicting Indonesia, his memories from the Japanese camps and other subjects of his native country. He was passed away in The Hague 1951. FREDERICK KASENDA (1920-1950) Born 1920 – 1950. He was considered as one of the Mooi Indie painter who did his painting career in early 20th Century in Indonesia. His subject of paintings mostly depicts Indonesia scenery of mountain landscape, rice field, and also sea panorama. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction in Indonesian as well as abroad.

FX HARSONO (Blitar, 1949) Born in Blitar, 1949. He studied at Indonesia Intitute of Art (ISI), Yogyakarta in 1974 and continued to Jakarta Intitute of Art (IKJ), Jakarta in 1991. He has participated in several group exhibitions such as Meet 3 : 3 in Yogyakarta, Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta (1998), Solo Show “Victim”, Cemeti Gallery, Yogyakarta (1998), Volume & Form, Singapore (1999), Art Document 1999, in Kanazu Forest Museum, Japan (1999), Kwangju Biennial, Korea (2000), Solo Show ”Displacet”, National Gallery, Jakarta (2003), Langgeng Contemporary Art Festival 2006, Langgeng Gallery (2006), and “Titik Nyeri”, Langgeng Icon Gallery, Jakarta (2006). GERARD PIETER ADOLFS (Semarang, 1899 – The Netherlands, 1968) 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. H. RIETBERG (b. Dutch) At Glerum Auctioneers in The Hague there was an undated oil-painting bearing the signature, depicting presumably Indonesian women in a Village street. Reference: Glerum 92. HASAN DJAAFAR (Koto Gadang, West Sumatra, 1919 - 1995) Born in Koto Gadang, West Sumatra, 1919. He once taught by the famous landscape painter, Wakidi. He visited Europe in 1948 which after influenced his works to be impressionist and expressionist. In 1956, he held his first exhibition in Indonesia then continued to participate in tour exhibitions, among others are Singapore, Australia, Brazil, Japan, and several European countries. He died in 1995. HASIM (Jakarta, 1921-1982) Born in Jakarta, 1921. He lived and worked in Jakarta. HENING PURNAMAWATI (Cimahi, 1960) Born in Cimahi, September 3, 1960. He graduated from ISI Yogyakarta in 1987. She received awards from the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta for the Best Sketches (1981) and the Best Work (1987), Perupa Muda Surabaya (Surabaya Young Painters) for the Best Painting, the Ten Best Paintings Award (1994) and the Best Winner of Best Work, Indonesian Art Award (1996) from the Indonesian Fine Art Foundation, as Talented Popular Figure of East Java from Surabaya Post (1996) and the Award from the Department of Tourism and Culture, minister Marzuki Usman (1998). She was received award from Indonesia Institute of the Arts in Yogyakarta in 1987, Philip Morris Indonesian Fine Arts Foundation Art Awards in 1994 and 1996, Minister for Tourism Art and Culture (1998). I GUSTI AGUNG KEPAKISAN (b. 1972) same with his brother, Wiranata, he is known as a regeneration of Walter Spies styli with his own theme. He grew up in an artist family. His late father’s work was inspired by Spies’s style. Kepakisan art work is details, capturing light and shadow that creat a beautiful panoramic view. I GUSTI NGURAH UDIANTARA (Tampaksiring, 1976) Born in Tampaksiring, May 31, 1976. He studied at the Indonesian Institute of Arts, (ISI), Yogyakarta. He exhibited his one man shows at Nadi Gallery, Jakarta (2002). He participated in group exhibitions at Sanggar Dewata, Bali, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta (2000, 2001), Bentara Budaya, Jakarta (2001) and at Sembilan Gallery, Yogyakarta (2002). He received awards for the Best Watercolor Painter from ISI Yogyakarta (1997), the Best Artist from Lustrum ISI, Yogyakarta (1999) and the Best Artist at Dies Natalis, ISI, Yogyakarta (2000). I MADE WIANTA (Apuan, Bali, 1949) I Made Wianta was born 1949 in the village of Apuan, Bali, Indonesia. He graduated from the prestigious ASTI art academy in Yogyakarta. Wianta thrived in ASTI during the heady years of the early 70s. Along with his experiences, Wianta had grown into a vigorous multidimensional artist from a versatile painter. He is regarded as one of the most influential living Indonesian artists today. Wianta has frequently travelled and exhibited in Indonesia as well as abroad. He has held many exhibitions abroad and received the Art Academia Intern “Greci Marino” award from Italy. I WAYAN SADIA (Panetasan, Ubud, Bali, 1939) Wayan Sadia was born in Panetasan, Ubud, Bali, 1939 1950. At the age of the age of 20, he meet Rudolf Bonnet who encouraged him to join “Golongan Pelukis Ubud”. Ever since then Sadia’s work had been influenced by Bonnet especially the illustration of human anatomy. But Bonnet influence obviously had been shown in vision leading him to paint more secular themes, such as the peasant life, figures of animal and vegetation (rice ang grass). Aside from Indonesia, Sadia’s work had been exhibited in Netherlands, German, Swiss, Mexico and United States. IDA BAGUS INDRA “IBI” (Bali, 1974) Born in 1974, Ida Bagus Indra held his first exhibition in 1996, quickly established as an artistic force to be reckoned with. Winning recognition at the 2003 Indonesian Art Awards, Indra has held solo exhibitions at the Lynne Wilton Gallery in Melbourne; the Ganesha Gallery at the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay; and the Four Seasons in Jakarta. He has also joined group exhibition in Germany, Melbourne, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Surabaya, Yogyakarta and Malang. Currently his artworks are widely collected by private and corporate individuals internationally.

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INDRA WIDIYANTO (Slawi, Central Java, 1975) Born in Slawi, Central Java, 3 September 1975. He graduated from his formal education at Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia. He held his first solo exhibition at the 2005 “Metafora Metamorfosa” Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. He also joined in several group exhibitions such as 21st and Beyond – Personality and Variance -, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta (2005), Fragments – KII 13, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta (2005), Indonesia Contemporary, 1918 ArtSpace, Shanghai, China (2007), New Age-New Blending: New Generation Chinese & Indonesian Artists Exchange, New Age Gallery, Beijing, China (2007). He was received Selected Awards as Award in 1999 as Finalist of 7th Phillip Morris Indonesian Art Award and Top 3 of AsiaEurope Young Artist Painting Competition; Finalist of Second Nokia Art Award in 2000. IPE MA’AROEF (Padang, West Sumatra, 1938) Born in Padang, West Sumatra, 1938. He learned painting from Affandi, Surono and S. Sudjojono. He has participated in group exhibition and solo exhibition since 1950 in TMII, Balai Budaya, Galeri Millenium , Surabaya and many others. He was well known as a great illustrator and sketcher. IRSAM (Klaten, 1942 – Bogor, 2006) Born in Klaten, Central Java on 24 June 1942. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta (1959 – 1965) and became the lecturer of the institute from 19965 – 1967. He had held his first exhibition in 1967 in Jakarta. He received an award from the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. In 1980 he also joined in the Contemporary Asian Art Exhibition in Fukuoka Art Museum Japan. His works have specific style. His great fondness in Wayang has given a large contribution in his artworks. He was famous of artist with decorative style with rich colors, patterns of dots and lines and textures. He died in Bogor 25 November 2006. Julius Philippus (Julius) Staupe (Wlingi, Java, 1919) Born in Wlingi, Java, 21 October 1919. The artist who lived and worked in Indonesia,settled in Helmond (the Netherlands). Painter, industrial, artist, photographer and draughtsman of mainly Indonesian subjects. Exhibition: Jakarta, Hotel des Indes (1947), The Hague, Galerie Loutjetzky (1958). KETUT SUGANTIKA (Singapadu, Bali 1975) Born in Singapadu, Bali on 17 August 1975. He studied at STSI Denpasar from 1996 until 2002. He has actively participated in several group exhibitions among other “Colour of Millenium” in Tamukami Hotel Sanur (1999), “Discovery and Concern” in Art Centre Denpasar (2002), “Tai Black” in Gedung STSI Denpasar (2003), and “Big” in Griya Santrian Gallery Sanur Bali (2003). KLOWOR WALDIYONO (Yogyakarta, 1968) Born in Yogyakarta, January 31, 1968. For him painting is the expression of his inner abstract quality which is formed when interacting with the environment around him. His first formal painting education is in SMSR (Art Senior High School) and later in 1989 until 1995 he continued studying in FSRD ISI (Design and Art Faculty Indonesian Art Institute) in Yogyakarta. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Yogyakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and Jakarta. He also has received many awards among others PRATITA ADHI KARYA for oil painting award, SMSR Yogyakarta and Best Sketch Award for Pure Art Department (Seni Murni), FSRD ISI, Yogyakarta in 1989, Second Best Skecth Award for oil panting of Pure Art Department, FSRD ISI Yogyakarta in 1990, Best oil painting award for Pure Art Department FSRD ISI Yogyakarta in 1991. KOEMPOEL SUJATNO (Ngawi, 1912 – Batu, 1987) He was born in Ngawi, East Java, 1912, with the name of Koempoel Sujatno. He studied painting from the Dutch painter Gerard Pieter Adolfs and Willem Van Der Does. He was one of the most productive artists, but since many of his paintings have been damaged, lost and spread out in countries abroad, his works are estimated only around 2500. Koempoel was an artist who preferred outdoor objects, anything under the sun, so that almost his works presented bright colors in harmony that revealed a graceful enchantment. He died on August 18, 1987 in Batu, East Java because of his severe throat cancer. KRIJONO (Jakarta, 1951 - 2011) Krijono was born in Jakarta on 11 July 1951. His father was a collector, so Krijono was surrounded by works of art. He began studied painting under the guidance of the art critic Kusnadi. In 1971, Krijono enrolled in the painting program at the Indonesian Fine Art Academy (ASRI) Yogyakarta. He has held solo exhibitions in Indonesia and aboard. His works are documented in the books Great Charcoals by Indonesia Artist Krijono (1997) and Krijono: The Flying Elephant (2000). He was lives and works in Jakarta. He died in Jakarta on 30 November 2011. KUSTIMAN MANJAYA (Bandung, West Java, 1952) Born in Bandung, West Java in 1952. He learned painting from Barli Sasmita and continued to study at IKIP Bandung for 3 years. In 1976 studied at Beldende Kansten Academie-Den-Hag and have a short course of restoration in L.O.I LEIDEN. In the period of 1985-1985 he often participated in exhibition and workshop in France and Jerman. He also performed several times of exhibition. European style is become his trademark, using rich colors he chose daily life and beauty of Javanese landscape as his favorite theme.

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LAM DUCH MANH (Vietnam, 1972) Born in Vietnam, 1972. He graduated from Hanoi Fine Arts University in 1999. He held his first solo exhibitions in Hanoi (2001). He has participated in several group exhibitions from 2000 until now. LEO ELAND (Java, 1884 – 1952) Born in Java, 1884. He was a self-taught artist, lived and worked in Indonesia. He intensely involved in the Union of Dutch Indies Art Circles from the beginning of 20th century. He painted a great deal of Indonesian nature with tremendous command of light and shade. In 1920 he left to settle in The Hague but still continue to paint Indonesian subject. His work was included in the International Colonial exhibition in Paris (1931) but unfortunately damaged by fire. Today, his works are in the collection of several Dutch museums. LIEM TJOE ING (Surakarta, 1922-1996) He was born in Surakarta (Solo), Central Java on 22 June 1922. He was a pupil of the artist Siau Tik Kwie in his town during the Japanese occupation of the archipelago during World War II from 1942-1945. He also was a member of both Pelangi Artist Association and Himpunan Budaya Surakarta (HBS). He was well-known as a sculptor, art designer, and realist painter. His works reflect a more popular atmosphere, although he also painted natural panorama, flowers and dances. His works can still be seen on the ceiling of Mangkunegaran Palace, Surakarta. He abandoned fine art for a decade as he was busy in politics as a member of Surakarta legislative assembly (1966 through 1971), representing the Indonesian Christian Party. In 1978, then vice president Adam Malik asked him to compile a book, later titled Paintings in Adam Malik’s Collection. MAHYUDDIN S. (Bukittinggi, Sumatra 1924 - 1993) Mahyuddin S. the naturalist painter was born in 1924 in Bukittinggi, Sumatra. Since childhood, he was already very fond of painting and developed his skill and techniques under guidance of noted painters in his born city. In 1948, he held his joint exhibition in Bukittinggi with painters from all over Sumatra. In 1950, he moved to Jakarta for work and continued his study at the Perguruan Tinggi Djurnalistik Institute of Journalism until 1955. In 1956, he held a joint exhibition in at Bapenas Building, Jakarta. He worked in Unilever Jakarta from 1957 until 1961 in which he decided to devote his full attention in painting. He continued to hold several painting exhibitions, among the successful one was in 1968 at Hotel Indonesia. In 1969 – 1971, he held exhibition in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. In 1972, he held his exhibition in Bremen, West Germany, Amsterdam Holland, and Vienna, Austria. In 1973, he travelled again to Europe and performed the exhibitions in West Berlin and Frankfurt. In 1974, he held his last exhibition in Singapore again. Mahyuddin is a naturalist painter who conveys quietness, peacefulness and grandeur in his paintings. His works have been in the collection of many important art collections in Indonesia and abroad. MEN SAGAN (Yogyakarta, 1948) In 1960 he started to paint by self. In 1967 he established “Group Seni Rupa & Tari” and in 1970s he was well known as an artist who had expertise in painting Affandi’s style. He had joined in several group exhibitions with the other painters. MORI KINSEN (Yokohama, Japan 1888 - Magelang, 1959) Born in Yokohama, Japan, 1888. In 1914 he came to Indonesia and interned together with Walter Spies and A.J. Konig. He was a painter and watercolorist of landscapes and seascapes. His paintings were also included in the Soekarno collections. Moojen Pieter Adriaan Jacobus (Piet)(The Netherlands, 1879) Born in Kloetinge (the Netherlands), 26 June 1879. He was a pupil of the academy of arts in Antwerp (Belgium). Architect, author, art critic, draughtsman and painter, who lived and worked in Indonesia from 1904 until ca 1929. He was a member of Bataviasche Kunstkring and participated in several of their exhibitions. Active as an architect in Jakarta, he later became more fascinated with Indonesian culture and ancient monuments. His most important book is Kunst of Bali (the Hague, 1926) which deal with the classic architecture on that island. He died in the Netherlands, 1 April 1955. NANA TEDJA (Yogyakarta, 1971) Born in Yogyakarta, 28 September 1971. She graduated from the Indonesian Art Institute (ISI) Yogyakarta. She has participated in several group such as ‘the Windsor & Newton World Wide Millenium Painting Competition’ at Gallery Hidayat Bandung (1999), “Refleksi Seni I” Bali (1999-2000), “Tanda Mata I & II” at Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta (20012002), “Homage to Homesite” Yogyakarta (2007), “Ilusi Nasionalisme Raden Saleh” at Jogya Gallery (2007), “Luar Biasa” at Biasa Gallery (2007), and “Untukmu Perempuan Indonesia” Jakarta (2008). She was awarded as the Finalist of Art Work Competition that held by Windsor & Newton (1999). OMAR BASALAMAH (b. Bandung) He was born in Bandung. He is one of a realist impressionist landscape painters and water colorist. OTTO DJAYA (Rangkas Bitung, West java, 1916 - 2002) Born in Rangkas Bitung, Banten, West Java on October 6, 1916. During the Japanese colonialism in Indonesia, he received his army training for officer in the “Pembela Tanah Air” (Defenders of the country) in Bogor. During the Physical revolution, as a Major in the Indonesian Army, he

took part in the Armed Struggle for the Independence of the Republic of Indonesia. After the proclamation, Otto had an opportunity to study at the “Rijksacademie van Beeldende Kunsten” in Amsterdam and at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, University of Amsterdam. He also had an opportunity of joining the study-tour of the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy and Swiss. Otto was a Vice Chairman of the Art Section of the Cultural Centre in Jakarta. He joined in the “Exposition le Grand Prix de Peinture en Monaco” in Monte Carlo and in Biennial Exhibition in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Besides his one-man exhibitions in Jakarta, Otto often took part in the joint exhibitions in Jakarta and Melbourne, Australia. PRANAGUNG (Solo, 1954) Born in Solo, 1954. He studied at the School of Fine Art (ASRI) Yogyakarta. At the moment he started actively participated in many art exhibitions. He also held his exhibition for his works in Bali and Jakarta. NYOMAN GUNARSA (Klungkung, 1944) Born in Klungkung, Bali, April 15, 1944. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) in Yogyakarta where he is currently a lecturer in art. He began his career as painter of models and portraits. Since 1967, active performing solo exhibitions, like in British Embassy, Jakarta (1967), Arcade Gallery, Kuala Lumpur (1971), Blance Gallery, San Francisco (1991), Blance Gallery, Osaka (1982), 21 Gallery, Singapore (1995), Opera-Gallery, Paris (1996), and Hamburgische Landesbank, Hamburg (1998). He also participates in joint-exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas. He received awards from the Pratisara Affandi Adikarya (1976), in the Biennial Indonesian Art Exhibitions (1878 & 1980) and the Lempad Prize (1980). His works are in collection by local and abroad collectors. R. HADI He came from Semarang. His life is not familiar in public. He is a realist painter. A lot of his works were kept by collectors in Indonesia. RADEN SOEKARDJI (1880 – 1950) He beginning painted of 20th century. Many Dutch expatriate interest with his painting, he was well known as landscape painter, and a stile painting “Mooi India”. His friend like a R Abdullah Suriosubroto (1878–1914), Wakidi (1889-1979), angd Mas Pringadi(1875-1936). They are “Mooi Indie”. He painted a great deal of Indonesian nature with tremendous command of light and shade, image river, jungle and many activity people who lived in village. RAHMAT SUBANI IRFANI (Solo, 1949 – Jakarta, 2003) Born in Solo, Central Java, 1949. He finished his study at the Indonesian Institute of Art (ISI), Yogyakarta in 1971 and took advertising course IPWI – PPPI in Jakarta and Ad-non Ad course in Jakarta. He has joined in numerous painting exhibitions since 1995 until 2003 in Jakarta, Bali, Yogyakarta, Bogor and Japan. Many of his works shown Javanese women as a means of fantasizing about their ideal and Mystis figure. R.E HARTANTO (Bandung, 1973) Born in Bandung, 1973. His academic background was painting major in Bandung Intitute of Technology (ITB). He participated in many Artist-inResidence & Workshop programs. His latests solo exhibitions were “7 Bandung Artists Drawing Exhibition” Common Room, Bandung (2004) and “Unseen Wounds” Koong Gallery, Jakarta (2000). He also has participated in several group exhibitions such as in Bandung, Jakarta, Magelang and Singapore. RIKI ANTONI (Indonesia, 1977) Riki Antoni graduated from the Indonesian Institute of Arts (Institut Seni Indonesi/ISI), Yogyakarta in 2006. Like a classic Grimm Brothers’ story, Riki’s paintings tell of stories and tales wrapped up in rich, vibrant colours and exciting visual imagery while reflecting the realities of political and social issues. ROEDYAT MARTADIREDJA (Bandung, 1932 – 2002) Born in Bandung, 1932. He first painting in 1948 and studied at the Bandung Institute of Technology. He performed his solo exhibition in Jakarta (1978) and was included in the East-West Center’s Art of Bali exhibition in Honolulu, Hawaii (1988). His works are unique, rich and colorful that creates a strong rhythm. His works are in private collections of European and the United States. RONALD FRIJLLING (Banyuwangi, East Java, 1917 – ca. 1941) He was born in Banyuwangi, East Java in 1917. His Full name is Ronald Henry Arthur Frijling. He is painter, draughtsman and Illustrator, who lived and worked in various place in Netherlands. There is no proof that the artist revisited his native country, however there was an Indonesian painting bu his hand at Glerum Auctioneers in The Hague. He illustrated several children’s books about Indonesia, published between 1941 and 1949, such as G. de Vries’ Pang Paneu (Deventer, 1941). RUDOLF BONNET (Amsterdam, 1895 – 1978) Born in Amsterdam, 1895. He studied art at the Hendrick de Keijserschool, 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. RUSLI (Medan, 1912 – Jakarta 2005) 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. RUSTAMADJI (Surabaya, 1932 – 1990) Born in Surabaya, East Java, April 16, 1932. In 1946 he started painting under the painter S. Sudjojono in Sanggar Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists Association), Madiun. In 1950s he used naturalistic style which afterwards changed to impressionistic. He actively participated in several exhibitions in Indonesia and abroad. He lived in Surabaya and died in the year of 1990. S. DJUPRIANY (b. 1929) He was the adopted son of Ernest Dezentje who was trained as a painter. He was granted the first price of painting competition of Indonesian painting panorama 1950s. He also won the flower painting competition in 1956. His painting has been in the collection of former Indonesian president Soeharto, former vice president Adam Malik and a number of National figures. World’s top leaders are also collecting his works, among others: the former President USA Roosevelt, even the lady of President Roosevelt sent a letter that she admired his paintings. His works were also in the collection of famous Dutch museum “Hoes Gen Heilbronn OUD Valken Burg (Limburg) Netherlands. SUKAMTO DWI SUSANTO (Yogyakarta, 1952) Born in Godean, Yogyakarta, 1952. He graduated from the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI) Yogyakartai in 1973. While studying, he was active as an artist at the Pasar Seni Jaya Ancol Art Market in Jakarta, during which time he discovered and developed the unique characters in his works. He has often participated in group and solo exhibitions in Yogyakarta and Jakarta. Sukamto still lives and works in Yogyakarta. His works, he shows character from traditional puppetry with Javanese symbols in a decorative way. S. TOYO (Blitar, 1935 – Malang, 2000) Born in Blitar, East Java, 1935. He was well known as a through autodidact painter. Since childhood he like to draw as a hobby with paint a shadow play with leather puppets. He begin learning the people sketch hero faces, namely: Pangeran Diponegoro, Raden Sentot, Kyai Modjo, Soekarno (First Presiden RI), Hatta (Vice President), Jendral Sudirman, etc. He also has created his works on various themes. S. YADI K (Banyuwangi, 1958) Born in Banyuwangi, August 6, 1958. He learnt painting since 1997 and became the 100 top finalist of Philip Morris Art Award. He had joined many exhibitions in several big cities like Jakarta, Bali, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Malang and Banyuwangi. Together with Agus Darmawan T. he had held cultural visiting to some museums and galleries in Spain, Athena, Turks and Egypt. SALIM M. (Kroya, Banyumas, Centra Java, 1941) Born in Kroya, Banyumas, Central Java, 1941. He never had any formal education in art. He joined with painters in Pasar Seni Jaya Ancol (Ancol Arts Market), Jakarta. His works are mostly about innocent and joyful children. He received awards from Japan government twice. SEN PAO (Surabaya, 1949) Born in Surabaya on May 8, 1949. Since childhood he was fond of making sketches and got guidance in drawing form the Chanha Institute in the year 1967. Then, he learned from Mr. T.Wing in Bali for three years. His first solo exhibition was held at a museum in Bali, then Bali Beach and Sanur. He participated in several exhibitions in Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bali. Senpao has been participating in solo and joint exhibition in Indonesia and aboard since 1972. Senpao developed his naturalism out of general artistic perception. His creation, if viewed from formal perception, gives kaleidoscopic impression. Iconic elements such as parts of human body as well as religious objects are divided in small units of colors either in harmony or in contrast with each others. The parts were then integrated in a whole structure that has its own tones are sometimes realistic/descriptive, and yet sometimes what is dominant in Senpao’s work is its sense of supernatural in a tone that is dynamic resulted from the encounter of empty space and crowd, silence and content as well as reality and dream. SIAUW TIK KWIE (Solo, 1913 – Jakarta, 1988) He was born in in Surakarta, on June 21 1913. He learnt painting from Himpunan Budaya Surakarta (Surakarta Cultural Society) under Dr. Moerdowo in 1954. 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such as Lee Man Fong. He held his solo exhibition in 1963 and joined several group exhibitions in many cities. Upon his return to Surakarta, Otto taught at Sanggar Pelangi. In 1950, he returned to Jakarta and published a series of comics titled Sie Jin Kui on the request of PK Ojong, one of the founders of the Kompas daily newspaper. The comics were based on Chinese martial art tales and published in the magazine Star Weekly from 1954 to 1961. In 1955, he and his artists friends established the Chinese Artists. Association called the Yin Hua and held numerous exhibitions locally and regionally. Siauw Tik Kwie continued to live in Jakarta until his death of aplastic anemia in 1988. SOEDIBIO (Madiun, 1912 - 1981) Soedibio was born in Madiun, June 17, 1912. During 1940 he joined the PERSAGI and founded The Young Indonesia Artist (Seniman Muda Indonesia) together with S. Sudjojono, Trisno Soemardjo, D. Suradji and Sunindyo. In 1967 he joined Sanggar Puri Surabaya and become a member of The Surakarta Culture Association (Himpunan Budaya Surakarta) in 1970. During his carier as an artist, Soedibio was very productive and participated in many exhibitions, especially from the 1950s to the 1970s. With support from Dewan Kesenia Jakarta (DKJ, Jakarta Arts Council), his works were shown at Taman Ismail Marzuki art centre in Jakarta in 1976. Soedibio passed away in Surakarta (Solo) on 16 December 1981. He actively performed exhibitions ever since in several city in Indonesia. SUDARSO (Purwokerto, 1914 - 2006) Born in Purwokerto, Central Java, 1914. Affandi was his customer when he was an egg and milk seller. From that time he was interested in painting and learnt under Affandi as well as young painters such as Barli, Wahdi, and Hendra. He became a teacher at the Indonesian Fine Arts Academy (ASRI), Yogyakarta. He had participated in numerous exhibitions and active in many painters organizations. Now he lives in Sidoarjo, Surabaya. Solo Exhibition, 1961 to 1969. And he was participated in group exhibition “19 Indonesian Painter” in Singapore and Malaysia, 1967. And Reunion exhibition painter “Angakatan 45 Bandung” in Bandung,1975. Exhibition of Fine Art “Membaca Dunia Widayat” at Museum H.Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang, 2004. SUDJONO ABDULLAH (Yogyakarta, 1911 – 1993) Raden Soedjono Abdullah was born in Yogyakarta, 1911. He was the son of Abdullah Suriosubroto, a famous landscape painter and was also the brother of Basoeki Abdullah. He used to help his father cleaned the pallet from which he found his contenment to be a painter. He finished his school from HIS – Indonesian Dutch School and worked as a poster artist for the Rex Theater in Yogyakarta. During the Japanese colonization in Indonesia, Sudjono went to Parangtritis, Parangkusumo where he continued painting. During the 1970s, Soedjono moved to Kertosono in East Java, where he lived up to his death in the village of Pisang at Patian Rowo on 2 May 1993.

at youth. In 1967 he immigrated to the beautiful South American country 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, where he befriends with many natives. TRUBUS SUDARSONO (Yogyakarta, 1926 – 1966) Born in Yogyakarta, 1926. A member of Seniman Indonesia Muda (Young Indonesian Artists) and Pelukis Rakyat (People’s Painters), Yogyakarta, he was a self-taught practitioner who honed his skills in the amateur art associations that flourished during and after the Japanese occupation. Trubus was taught by both Affandi and Hendra Gunawan and he also studied the paintings of the old and modern masters through prints and lithographs, as well as the works of artists in Indonesia such as Antonio Blanco, Romualdo Locatelli and Basoeki Abdullah. His works are represented in the Jakarta Art Gallery and other museums in Indonesia. WAYAN CAHYA (Solo, C. Java, 1965) He studied painting in Indonesian Art Institute (Institut Seni Indonesia/ ISI) / Indonesian Institute of Arts, Yogyakarta from 1985-1992. He also studied photography in order to be able to paint realistically. He has participated in group exhibitions in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Solo and Surabaya since 1987. WILHEMUS JEAN FREDERIC IMANDT (St. Jansteen, The Netherlands, 1882 – 1967) 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. YAP HIAN TJAY (Surakarta, Central Java, 1927) Born in Surakarta, Central Java, 1927. He studied art in Academy Voobeeldende Kusten in Rotterdam & Rijksacademie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 1950-1957. He was known as the pupil of Siauw Tik Kwie who still consistent painting and maintaining his excellent quality. His works were collected by collectors in Indonesia, Vietnam, Polandia and abroad.

SUMARDI (Solo, Central Java, 1917 - 1983) Born in Solo, Central Java, 1917. Sumardi worked as a professional painter, particularly portraits drawing, after he finished the Dutch school in 1937.When an American artist painter W. Stoyed visited the Sunan’s palace in Surakarta in 1938, to make the potrait drawings for the Sunan’s family members, Sumardi worked for him as his assistant. From this foreign artist , Sumardi learned a lot about the Eroupean realism particularly the technique of drawing human anatomy. Sumardi was then known as a realistic artist with an exclusive romantic touch. Some of his works have decorated the walls of the state palaces in Jakarta and Bogor. One of his works was included in the book of the President Soekarno Paintings Collections Book IV 1957 (Compiled by Lee Man Fong). He had participated in several group exhibitions in Solo, Semarang, Surabaya, and Jakarta, mainly under the arrangement of the Surakarta Cultural Center (Himpunan Budaya Surakarta) SYAHDAN LUBIS (Medan, 1972) Born in Medan, April 3, 1972. He began to study painting when he was young under the guidance of his father Parlindungan Lubis and learnt a lot with the senior painter Anwar Isa and Ipe Ma’aroef. His works also have collected in Indonesia and abroad such as Australia and England. Since 2001, he had actively participated in several group exhibitions among others Jambore Artwork Exhibition and exhibition in Sahid Jaya Hotel. TATANG GANAR (Bandung, 1936 – Bandung, 2004) Born in Bandung, August 19, 1936. He graduated from ASRI Yogyakarta (1961) and lived in Bandung until now. Since 1965 he was active to participate in solo and joint exhibitions in Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali. Every year he had exhibition with Papilio Group in Jakarta, Bandung and Surabaya. In 1994 he had his solo exhibition in Folklore I, TIM, Jakarta and Folklore II, Topaz Hotel, Bandung. TATANG KOENTJORO (b.Semarang. Central Java - 1993) Born in Semarang, Central Java (?). He studied painting under painter Hadi in Semarang. He received the First Prize for the Book Cover Competition held by the French Embassy in 1955. He held his solo exhibition in 1952 and participated actively in several group exhibitions in various cities in Indonesia. TIO TJAY (b. 1946) Tio Tjay was an Indonesian painter who for a long time has resided in Brazil. At a very young age, young Tio Tjay enjoyed in studying Chinese painting and calligraphy. His talent for art was already sensed by people

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*) Bidding will be conducted in Indonesia Rupiah. Bid amount is excluded from the buyer’s premium. I request that TREASURES Fine Art Auction enter bids on the following lots up to the maximum price I have indicated for each lot. I understand if my bid is succesful, the purchase price will be the sum of my final bid plus buyer’s premium of 20% (twenty precent). If identical absentee bids are left, TREASURES Fine Art Auction will give precedence to the first one received. All bids, on a per lot basis as indicated, will be executed and are accepted subject to the “ Conditions of Sale” as printed in catalogue in the sale.

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