Art from Bali and Indonesia
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Small oil painting by Fritz Ohl

Nicely subdued oil by Dutch master Frits Ohl of a waringin tree and a person. Oil on hard board. Numbered at the back; 222
Small oil painting by Frits Ohl

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Three wedungs from Bali, 19th century
1850-1900
A set of three rare Balinese wedungs. These holy knives were used during cremation rituals. They were used by preparing different fruits-offerings. By clicking on the photo there is more info&photos
Three wedungs from Bali, 19th century

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Book "Bali en Lombok" by W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp, 1906-1910 Published from "De Zwerver"(Boat of Nieuwenkamp)
1906-1910
Limited edition of 400 copies. This book has number; 294. First major publication about prewar Bali
Book "Bali en Lombok" by W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp, 1906-1910 Published from "De Zwerver"(Boat of Nieuwenkamp)

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Pubic plate from the early Dutch Indies
1900-1950
Early small plate from Bali or Lombok. Decorated with several motivs. Balinese silver
Pubic plate from the early Dutch Indies

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Balinese small silver dish
1950-1970
Nicely decorated dish with kala head and floral motivs.
Balinese small silver dish

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Old antiquarian book for travellers going to the Dutch Indies
1902
This funny small travellers guide is full of information. Many important cities are highlighted, like Frankfurt, zurich, Genua, Marseille, Amsterdam etc, including the matching maps neatly folded with it. The Dutch-Indies part comprises three cities; Padang, Batavia and Meester Cornelis.
Old antiquarian book for travellers going to the Dutch Indies


 
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