Two Flowers

By J-Philippe

10 February 2005

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42 x 30.7 inches. Gouache, mixed media, gold leaf, on paper laid on canvas, 2005.

LARASSATI auc­tion, 9th April 2005, Singapore.
LARASSATI auc­tion, 13th August 2011, Bali.

Private col­lec­tion.

Wash, Texture and Drawing :


Two Flowers was pre­sented at the auc­tion LARASATI, 9 April 2005, Singapore.
Published in the cat­a­logue of the sale under the lot number 22, this painting was esti­mated between 3500 S$ and 4500 S$ . The hammer price was 5000 S$.


A second time, Two Flowers/ Waiting was pre­sented at the auc­tion LARASATI, 13th August 2011, Bali.
Published in the cat­a­logue of the sale under the lot number 33, this painting was esti­mated between US$ 4,100 and US$ 5,270 . The hammer price was US$ 5,050.


Here’s a table which shows the pro­gres­sion of the quote at LARASATI [1]:

Please note


[1Since Larasati’s first auction held on 30 April 2000 in Jakarta – Indonesia, the regional auction house’s reputation has grown rapidly for auctioning rare and emerging Indonesian as well as other Asian works at record prices. In 2003, Larasati marked a milestone in its pursuit to become a major player in the Asian market, with its entry into Singapore and becoming the first Asian-based auction house that crossed national borders.
Focused on featuring significant works of art and treating them as a kind of museum art, Larasati’s boutique collection platforms fine works by master artists from Indonesia, China, India, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines. Beyond just merely a matter of buying and selling art objects, Larasati is driven to enhance the appreciation and development of art in Asia.

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