Malaysian & Southeast Asian Art Auction on 28 November 2018

Henry Butcher Malaysia is hosting The Malaysian & Southeast Asian Art Auction with details listed below for interested buyers.

The auction highlights include 15 works from various artists such as Khalil Ibrahim (1934-2008) which cover four decades of his works in different media, subjects and styles, as well as Datuk Syed Ahmad Jamal, Abdul Latiff Mohidin, Datuk Ibrahim Hussein and Dzulkifli Buyong.

The Power Series, c. early 1990s
tin, each 16 x 8 x 5cm, overall (set of 16)
Estimate RM 22,000–40,000

Our Warriors #II, 1997
mixed media on canvas, 91 x 91cm
Estimate RM 18,000–32,000

She-Bob, 2001
acrylic on canvas, 69 x 69cm
Estimate: RM 22,000–36,000

Powerless, 2012
acrylic, enamel paint and bitumen on canvas, 87 x 67cm
Estimate: RM 9,000–16,000

Deep End, 2016
oil on linen, 91 x 76cm
Estimate: RM 7,500–13,000


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