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2 sheet Java Sea Chart c.1720

This attractive map of Java and Madura by Gerard van Keulen was originally published around 1720 in part V of ‘Zee-Fakkel’, the beautiful Dutch pilot guide to navigation in the East Indies and the Malay archipelago. The map contains hundreds of soundings of the sea around Java.

This map consists of two separate sheets (framed in one frame). Available in luxury framing (small inner frames, cloth and an outer frame) or normal framing.

size images: 46 cm x 40 cm

$ 125

Greater Bird of Paradise, Bearded Barbet, Motmot

Decorative and colourful early 19th century print of three different bird species.

Der Grosse Paradiesvogel Paradisen Apoda (Greater bird-of-paradise, male)
The greater bird-of-paradise is distributed to lowland and hill forests of southwest New Guinea and Aru Islands, Indonesia. The diet consists mainly of fruits, seeds and small insects.

Der Brasiliensische Sager Momotus Brassiliensis (Motmot)
The motmots or Momotidae are a family of birds in the near passerine order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eaters and rollers. All extantmotmots are restricted to woodland or forest in the Neotropics, and the largest diversity is in Middle America.

Der Barbikan Bucco Dubius (Bearded Barbet)
The bearded barbet is an African barbet. Barbets and toucans are a group of near passerine birds with a worldwide tropical distribution. The barbets get their name from the bristles which fringe their heavy bills.The bearded barbet is a common resident breeder in tropical west Africa.

size image: 34 cm x 28 cm

$ 23

KLM Airlines 1934 Poster

Decorative poster of KLM’s 1934 flight schedule and route map from Amsterdam to Batavia , a 14.350 km long route. KLM proudly advertised that it took five and a half days to reach the Dutch East Indies. Compared to 6 weeks on a ship it sure made a difference! Shown is a globe presented as if seen from outer space, a starlit sky fills in the spaces around the globe which shows the route map. The aircraft shown is a Fokker F-XXXVI.

size image: 62 cm x 89 cm (canvas)

$ 62

Map of Abel Tasman’s 1ste voyage c.1726

Mid-18th century map showing the route taken by Abel Tasman on his way to discovering New Zealand, Tasmania, Tonga and Fiji. The map was originally published by Francois Valentyn in his ‘Oud en Nieuw Oost Indien’ (Old and New East Indies). Tasman started his voyage in Mauritius and left Batavia on August 14th 1642, commanded by the VOC, to determine whether the already discovered (north)west Australian coasts were connected with the hypothetical southern continent. The results of Tasman’s second voyage of 1644 are not included in this map.

size image: 47 cm x 31 cm

$ 36

Sea chart of the East Indies c.1666

A fine mid-17th century Dutch sea chart of South-East Asia and Australia by Pieter Goos (1615-1675), noted engraver and publisher of Amsterdam. This interesting map was originally published in the sea atlas ‘De Zee Atlas ofte Water-Weereld’ (The Sea Atlas or the Water World). The chart is oriented with north to the left and shows the result of Abel Tasman’s second voyage. There is a gap in the coastline between Australia (called New Holland) and New Guinea while the two are connected on most other maps of this period.

 

Size: 48 cm x 40 cm

$ 36

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Mount Sumbing C.1853

Reproduction of a lithograph by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, showing a Mount Sumbing volcano in Central Java, with landscape and statues on the view. The original lithograph was published in Junghuhn’s Landschaften-Atlas zu Java, Amsterdam 1850-1854.

size : 54 cm x 39 cm (S)  –  70,5 cm x 50,5 cm (M)  –  93,4 cm x 66,7 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 14

Rongkop South Coast C.1853

Reproduction of a lithograph by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, showing the south coast of the island of Java, Indonesia, east of Rongkop. Rongkop is now a district in the regency of Gunung Kidal, which is part of the Yogyakarta Special Region province in Central Java. The original lithograph was published in Junghuhn’s Landschaften-Atlas zu Java, Amsterdam 1850-1854.

size : 54 cm x 39 cm (S)  –  70,5 cm x 50,5 cm (M)  –  93,4 cm x 66,7 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 14

Tree Java Landscape no 1 – Jan Poortenaar

Tree no 1 by Jan Poortenaar (1922)

size :  48,6 cm x 37,5 cm (S)  –  63,8 cm x 49 cm (M)  –  84,7 cm x 65 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl

$ 12

Dieng Plateau C.1853

Reproduction of a lithograph by Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn, showing a marshy plateau in the Dieng volcanic complex, located in Central Java. On the left is one of the Dieng temples. The original lithograph was published in Junghuhn’s Landschaften-Atlas zu Java, Amsterdam 1850-1854.

size : 54 cm x 39 cm (S)  –  70,5 cm x 50,5 cm (M)  –  93,4 cm x 66,7 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 14

Tree Java Landscape no 2 – Jan Poortenaar

Tree no 2 by Jan Poortenaar (1922)

size :  48,6 cm x 37,5 cm (S)  –   63,8 cm x 49 cm (M)  –  84,7 cm x 65 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl

$ 12

Map of Indonesian Islands C.1773

This map of the islands of Indonesia by French cartographer Rigobert Bonne was showing the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java and the island of Borneo. Inset with the islands of the Moluccas.

Size: 61,2 cm x 43,7 cm (S)  –  81 cm x 57,3 cm (M)  –  107 cm x 76 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 17

Air France World Map C.1938

Double hemisphere world map by Lucien Boucher showing Air France flying routes in the late 1940s.

size : 61 cm x 40 cm (S)  –  100,5 cm x 52,6 cm (M)  –    107 cm x 70 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 16

Java Night Train

A Java Night-Limited travel poster. This poster was originally published between 1930 and 1940. The poster shows a train speeding through a clear Javanese night.

size : 61 cm x 42,5 cm (S)  –  80,5 cm x 55,7 cm (M)  –  107 cm x 74 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 17

KLM Airlines 1934 Poster

A decorative poster of KLM’s 1934 flight schedule and route map from Amsterdam to Batavia, a 14.350 km long route. KLM proudly advertised that it took five and a half days to reach the Dutch East Indies. Compared to 6 weeks on a ship, it sure made a difference! Shown is a globe presented as if seen from outer space, a starlit sky fills in the spaces around the globe which shows the route map. The aircraft shown is a Fokker F-XXXV

size : 61 cm x 44,6 cm (S)  –  81 cm x 58,5 cm (M)  –  107 cm x 77,6 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 18

Balinese Dancer C.1937

Highly decorative movie poster of the 1937 German movie “Die Insel der Dämonen” (Island of demons) by Franz Würbel.

size : 43 cm x 63 cm (S)  –  55,8 cm x 82,5 cm (M)  –  73,4 cm x 109 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 18

Colonial Exhibition Semarang 1914

Poster by Dutch artist Albert Pieter Hahn advertising the colonial exhibition in Semarang in 1914. The exhibition in 1914 was the biggest art event ever held in Indonesia and was even included as one of the 10 World Expo’s (World Fair). The image depicts a Javanese bride wearing traditional costume.

size : 54 cm x 39 cm (S)  –  70,5 cm x 50,5 cm (M)  –  93,4 cm x 66,7 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 18

Bali Hotel Denpasar 2

One of the posters of Bali Hotel ‘Charming and Beautiful Bali’ by Hofker, 1948.

The first step of organized tourism in Balinese history was made in 1924 when the Koninklijke Paketvaart-Maatschappij (KPM) established a weekly steamship route between Bali and Batavia (Jakarta), Singapore, Semarang, Surabaya and Makassar. The first tourists were from the Dutch colonial administration. The schedule was that the passengers disembarked on a Friday morning, made a round trip on the island by car and left on Sunday. They slept on the ship or in rest houses. Four years later, in 1928, the first international hotel in Bali was opened by the Dutch shipping company KPM: the Bali Hotel in downtown Denpasar, built on the site of the 1906 Badung puputan. Today the hotel still exists, holding a different name: Inna Bali Hotel.

size : 63 cm x 43 cm (S)  –  82,5 cm x 56 cm (M)  –  109 cm x 73,5 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl.

$ 18

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