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  BOOKS    
 

LEO HAKS & PAUL ZACH

 

INDONESIA, Images of the Past’

 

Times Editions, Singapore, 1987

 

120pp

 

Singapore 1987. Out of print.

 
       
 
HAKS, L. and G. MARIS
Lexicon of Foreign Artists who Visualized Indonesia 1600 - 1950


Singapore, 1995.
528pp.
ca. 800 illustrations, incl. 111 in colour.
Biography of almost 3000 artists.
Standard reference work.
ISBN 981-3018-07-0.

 
       
  Christie's catalogue PEPPLINKHUIZEN, C. W. VELEMA a.o.
Celestial Art
Paper offerings and textiles from China collected by Leo Haks


Gendt, 1997.
182 pp. in full colour.
Hardcover, dustjacket.
Iincludes. 16pp. photographic contribution by Marcel van der Vlugt, of Chinese opera costumes in a modern. Western style.
ISBN 9053492356.
 
       
 

IRENE LIM. ‘Secret Societies in Singapore; Featuring the William Stirling Collection’.

National Heritage Board, Singapore. 1999. 109 pages. ISBN 981-3018-79-8

Supplied by Leo Haks, (a dealer in Amsterdam), to the National Heritage Museum in Singapore in 1996. A selection of this material was exhibited in 1997, with interest so large that this book was published to serve as an catalogue for it, in 1999. A senior civil servant in Singapore told Leo Haks that the William Stirling collection ‘filled the last unwritten page in Singapore’s history’.

 

 
       
  Christie's catalogue HAKS, F., J.UBBENS et all
Pre-War Balinese Modernists 1928 - 1942


Haarlem 1999
Published to coincide with the exhibition of the same title shown at the Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud, Bali and Erasmus Huis, Jakarta Indonesia
136 pp. full colour.
Extensive introduction to this all but forgotten art form from Bali
ISNB 90-5349-297-6.
 
       
  Christie's catalogue
CHRISTIE'S SINGAPORE
Pre-War Balinese Modernists: 1928 - 1942

128 pp.
Auction catalogue dealing exclusively with this art-form, held 29 September 2001.
Illustrated with 188 paintings from the Leo Haks Collection. Full colour.
 
       
  Book LEO HAKS and STEVEN WACHLIN with chapter introductions by Diana Darling
INDONESIA: 500 Early Postcards


Mostly from the period 1893 - 1930 • 288 pages, full colour throughout • 23 x 25 cm Flexi cover

The book is divided into 7 Geographical sections: Sumatra, Batavia, Java, Bali and the Lesser Sundas, Borneo, Celebes, and Irian Jaya. Within these sections, subjects are treated in double page spreads.

Indonesië 500 oude prentbriefkaarten
(Translation from the English language edition.) Now in second print.

Atrium. Rijswijk 2006 • ISBN 9059471172
www.uitgeverijatrium.nl

Available from: www.amazon.com   •   www.abebooks.com
 
 
       
 
Borobundur Auction, Singapore
Pre-War Balinese Modernist Paintings: The Collection of Leo Haks
Including works collected by Gregory Bateson & Margaret Mead and Theo Meier
 
148 pp.
Auction catalogue dealing exclusively with this art-form, held 22 October 2011.
Illustrated with 267 paintings, full colour. With chapter introductions written by Professor Adrian Vickers.
 
       
 

Gael Newton.: Garden of the East, Photographs in Indonesia 1850s – 1940s

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2014.

 

Available from HERE

With contributions by Mat Cox, Vigen Galstyan, Anneke Groeneveld, Annabelle Lacour, Anne Maxwell, Anne O’Hehir, Susie Protschky and Alexander Rupartonoky

 

The National Gallery’s Archive of photographs from Indonesia is based on the collection acquired in 2006 from Dutch rare-Book and print dealer Leo Haks

 

 
       
  LEO HAKS, COLLEEN DALLIMORE & ALAN JACKSON.

‘POST MARKS; THE WAY WE WERE- EARLY – EARLY NEW ZEALAND POSTCARDS, 1897 – 1922’

‘Early History of the Picture Postcard in New Zealand’ by Alan Jackson.

Hard cover & dustjacket.

Kowhai Media, Auckland, 2015

327 pages showing over 500 early NZ postcards