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3 Bali Girls Barong Ceremony

$ 20

3 Bali Girls Barong Ceremony, Card-board with coloured passe-partout.  345 mm width x 425 mm height,  IDR. 279.000

3 Bali Girls Barong Ceremony Framed

$ 27

3 Bali Girls Barong Ceremony, Card-board with coloured passe-partout, Fiber Black 2 cm Frame and glass. 345 mm width x 425 mm

Bali Girl With Flowers

$ 20

Bali Girl With Flowers, Card-board with coloured passe-partout.  345 mm width x 425 mm height,  IDR. 279.000  

Bali Girl With Flowers Framed

$ 27

Bali Girl With Flowers, Card-board with coloured passe-partout in Frame. 345 mm width x 425 mm height,  IDR. 379.000  

Balinese Girl in Aquatint A

$ 16

1947 etching of a Balinese girl by Dutch artist Willem Gerard Hofker (1902-1981).

size image: 18 cm x 25 cm

Balinese Girl in Aquatint B

$ 17

1947 etching of a Balinese girl by Dutch artist Willem Gerard Hofker (1902-1981).

size image: 18 cm x 25 cm

Batavia in the East Indies C.1814

$ 11

Reproduction of a beautiful engraving of Batavia ports, roads, the city view and some sailing ships with the volcanoes on the back view. Originally published between 1811-1814.

Size: 35 cm x 46 cm (S) – 45,5 cm x 60 cm (M) – 80 cm x 60,3 cm (L)

Printed on canvas – vinyl

Batavia Massacre c.1740

$ 36

An interesting and one of the few prints that show Batavia how it looked like in the mid-18th century. The Dutch  rulers followed the Dutch architactel way of building the houses, roads and canals. The only different was that in Batavia the build sunshades on they buildings. Showing in the print the terrible massacre of the Chinese that occurred in Batavia October 9th 1740, engraved by Adrian van der Laan of Amsterdam. The print shows Dutch troops firing cannon into Chinese houses on the banks of Kali Besar, slaughtering people as they fled their burning homes and waiting in boats to kill those that sought escape in the river; it is estimated that some 10,000 Chinese were killed. The massacre was prompted by tales of Chinese atrocities following the death of 50 Dutch soldiers at the hands of enraged Chinese sugar plantation workers who were protesting about Government repression and the declining sugar prices. This dramatic event is considered as the end of the Dutch golden age.

Size image: 39 cm x 53 cm


City view of Batavia c.1724

$ 35

Reproduction of a beautiful  engraving of Batavia roads, the city of Batavia and the Bogor volcanoes of Panggrano, Salak and Gede. Originally published in Francois Valentijn’s Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indien in 1724-1726.


Dieng Plateau C.1853

$ 14

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.

Greater Bird of Paradise

$ 48

A fine reprint of the Greater Bird of Paradise by Eduard Travies, one of the greatest ornithological artists of the 19th century, published in his finest work ‘Les Oiseaux Les Plus Remarquables. ’The Great Bird of Paradise is the largest most spectacular member of a family of 40 species grouped under the name Paradiseidae.

size image: 51 cm x 38 cm

Greater Bird of Paradise, Bearded Barbet, Motmot

$ 23

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

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