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In Memoriam Dolf Versteegh,  born in the Netherlands 23-04-1940 and passed away in Bali 25-05-2015

In Memoriam
Dolf Versteegh

born in the Netherlands on 23-04-1940
and passed away in Bali on 25-05-2015

Farelli was the pseudonym of a remarkable man who was infused with an obsessive desire to create things that did not yet exist. Born in the Netherlands in 1940 Dolf Versteegh left his home country in 1990 in order to start a new life on the Island of Bali. Without any formal education he reinvented himself as an architect, as a designer of furniture, as a sculptor and as a writer.

As a teenager Dolf spent only three years in High School but he kept studying history and the natural world all his life and during his last 25 years on Balihe revealed himself not only as versatile artist but also as a formidable scholar of biology.

Farelli was a prolific creator of web content and what he has left behind will remain standing as a great monument to his creative spirit, his ingenuity and his never-ending search for knowledge.......

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Farelli's Stories and Information Site  

About his hobbies and interest.

His Hobbies, Building, Gardening, Traveling, Writing, Cooking, Koken, Sculptures

His Friend Leo's hobby :The building progress of the Mutiara Laut Finished 18 November 2010

His  Books: Updated 19 August 2011

Bali Impressions Indonesia Traveling
Bali Animals in and around your House or Hotel Tropical Plantbook
Bali Butterflies Traveling around the World
Bali Birds
Bali 's History from the 6
th century till 1940
Dutch Formerly Colonies and Settlements  Bali historie krantenknipsels New!
Camp Book Japanese invasion.

Bali seen through the eyes of a painter

 Bali 's Historie van de 6 de eeuw tot 1940

 Onze goede vriend Han Snel

 Makanlah Nasi!  De Indische rijsttafel
Kamp Boek Japanse Bezetting
   Indische Hotels. een prachtige satire !
De Ubudse beesteboel
  Aad van Leeuwen Painter 
  Elke Versteegh Paintings 
  152 Spectaculair Movies 

Translations in English are from our good friends Anne Termeer and Pieter Hoets. Thanks!

 

for information please email to: dolf.carin@gmail.com