Indonesian Art

About Indonesian Art

In fall 2022, the sixth special Indonesian art auction will take place. Chris Vellinga, deputy director and head of the department, organises the successful international auctions in collaboration with Marjolein Regout and our advisor Frans Leidelmeijer, who was born in Bandung. We are now open for consignment for the upcoming Indonesian Art Sale.

For our upcoming 2022 Indonesian Art Sale, we are particularly interested in works by artists such as Willem Gerard Hofker, Adrien Jean Le Mayeur de Merprès, Srihadi Soedarsono, Arie Smit, Isaac Israels, Roland Strasser, Lee Man Fong as well as Balinese wood carved sculptures, Yogya silver, Textiles, Dutch colonial furniture and Ethnographic art. 

To discuss consignment, please contact one of our specialists Chris Vellinga at, Marjolein Regout at, or Frans Leidelmeijer at We can always be reach by phone at +31 (0) 70 3658857. You can also contact us using the form on our website.

The Hague is the Dutch city with the oldest and closest ties with Indonesia. In 2017, we organised our first special auction comprising exclusively Indonesian art. On offer were stunning paintings, Balinese sculptures, Yogya silver, tribal art, and more, all from Indonesia and the former Dutch East Indies. The auction was introduced by the Indonesian ambassador, his excellency I Gusti Agung Wesaka Puja.

In this episode of expert’s voice, Frans Leidelmeijer Advisor Indonesian & Decorative Art 1880-1980, tells us more about this Art Deco enamel advertising sign Rotterdamsche Lloyd executed by the enamel factory Langcat in Bussum in 1930s.

Lot 106 | Johann Anton Willebrord von Stein (1886-1965)

Hammer price: € 210.000

Indonesian Art Sale | 8 September 2021