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Arie Smit (born 1916)
Arie Smit (born 1916) Orchids
Arie Smit (born 1916)
Temple ceremony
Affandi (1907-1990)
The gambler
Antonio Mario Blanco (1926-1999) Balinese Girl
Antonio Mario Blanco - Balinese Dancer
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
AukeCornelisSonnega(1910-1963)
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Portrait of I Wajan Parsa
Auke Cornelis Sonnega
Loving Balinese couple
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Portrait of a Balinese boy
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Two Young Balinese Girls with Flowers in their hair
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
Dewa Putu Bedil
(1921- 1999)
Dewa Putu Bedil (1921- 1999)
A Life in Bali
DewaPutuBedil(1921-1999)
INyomanMeja
CeremonialDayforWeapons
MuseumPuriLukisan,Ubud,Bali
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Allamanda
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Dullah,a self made artist, was born in
Solo in 1919. Since the early days of
the independence, Dullah ...
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Balinese village
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Legong dancer
Dullah (1919- 1996)
Gung Anom (1982 )
Pura of Bali
I Gusti Ngurah Gede Pemecutan does not need a stamp to mark his painting masterpieces.
He has hundreds of his fingerprints...
Jeihan-Penari (Tari Gallery)
Mohd Yatim
Mohd Yatim
Mohd Yatim
Moht Yatim
Yatim started painting at a very
tender age. His natural talents
caught the attention of
Dullah, (editor of Pre...
Mohd Yatim (Born in Medan on 1958)
Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
Sukarno collection
Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
Sukarno collection
Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978) - Ni Radji
Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
S.Sudjojono (1914 - 1986 )
S. Sudjojono’s
A New Dawn sold
for HK$10.7
million / US$1.4
million
(high estimate:
HK$2.5 million /
US$322,000*)
to a pho...
Trubus Soedarsono (1924-1966)
Balinese dancer
Trubus Soedarsono (1924-1966)
Tari legong dynamic
Soebroto
Living In Harmony, 1981
Soetopo (1931 - 1931 )
Fish Seller
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Sudarisman was born in 1948, in Yogyakarta, Central
Java, and graduated from the Arts Academy there. He
also studied at an...
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Tubuh dan Sepatu
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Erotic Dancer
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Lady
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Komposisi Figur
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Sudarisman (born 1948)
Yang tua yang muda
Karl Bang (born in Shanghai in 1935) Bali Dancer
Art Gallery Ubud
Roger San Miguel
A Midsummer's Night Dream In
Bali, 1996
Theo Meier (1908-1982)
Text & pictures: Internet
Copyright: All the images belong to their authors
Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu
www.slideshare.ne...
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Balinese art is art of Hindu-Javanese origin that grew from the work of artisans of the Majapahit Kingdom, with their expansion to Bali in the late 13th century. From the sixteenth until the twentieth centuries, the village of Kamasan, Klungkung (East Bali), was the centre of classical Balinese art. During the first part of the twentieth century, new varieties of Balinese art developed. Since the late twentieth century, Ubud and its neighboring villages established a reputation as the center of Balinese art. Ubud and Batuan are known for their paintings. In the 1920s, with the arrival of many western artists, Bali became an artist enclave (as Tahiti was for Paul Gauguin) for avant-garde artists such as Walter Spies (German), Rudolf Bonnet (Dutch), Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur (Belgian), Arie Smit (Dutch) and Donald Friend (Australian) in more recent years. Most of these western artists had very little influence on the Balinese until the post-World War Two period, although some accounts over-emphasize the western presence at the expense of recognizing Balinese creativity.

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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1565039-bali-40-indonesian-colors/
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  3. 3. Arie Smit (born 1916)
  4. 4. Arie Smit (born 1916) Orchids
  5. 5. Arie Smit (born 1916) Temple ceremony
  6. 6. Affandi (1907-1990) The gambler
  7. 7. Antonio Mario Blanco (1926-1999) Balinese Girl Antonio Mario Blanco - Balinese Dancer
  8. 8. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
  9. 9. AukeCornelisSonnega(1910-1963)
  10. 10. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963) Portrait of I Wajan Parsa Auke Cornelis Sonnega Loving Balinese couple
  11. 11. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963) Portrait of a Balinese boy
  12. 12. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
  13. 13. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963) Two Young Balinese Girls with Flowers in their hair
  14. 14. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
  15. 15. Auke Cornelis Sonnega (1910-1963)
  16. 16. Dewa Putu Bedil (1921- 1999)
  17. 17. Dewa Putu Bedil (1921- 1999) A Life in Bali DewaPutuBedil(1921-1999)
  18. 18. INyomanMeja CeremonialDayforWeapons MuseumPuriLukisan,Ubud,Bali
  19. 19. Dullah (1919- 1996) Allamanda Dullah (1919- 1996)
  20. 20. Dullah (1919- 1996)
  21. 21. Dullah (1919- 1996) Dullah,a self made artist, was born in Solo in 1919. Since the early days of the independence, Dullah was very close to Soekarno, the first President of the Republic of Indonesia. He was therefore appointed by Soekarno to take care of all of the Presidents art possessions and at the same time as curator of the state painting collections. After no longer in charge of President Soekarno's art collections, Dullah spent most of his creative time in Bali together with a group of his pupils. At the age of 70, Dullah built his museum in Solo all by his own without any financial succour from the government or other private institutions.
  22. 22. Dullah (1919- 1996) Balinese village
  23. 23. Dullah (1919- 1996)
  24. 24. Dullah (1919- 1996)
  25. 25. Dullah (1919- 1996) Legong dancer
  26. 26. Dullah (1919- 1996)
  27. 27. Gung Anom (1982 ) Pura of Bali
  28. 28. I Gusti Ngurah Gede Pemecutan does not need a stamp to mark his painting masterpieces. He has hundreds of his fingerprints on all of them. For every fingerprint painting, Pemecutan has to start by painting the white canvas with dark-based colors such as green, blue or brown. Pemecutan recalled that he worked for 18 months to complete his largest 3 meter by 1.5 meter painting of Perang Puputan Badung (Puputan Badung War) in 2001, which may have only needed a week to finish off using the regular brush-and-paint technique.
  29. 29. Jeihan-Penari (Tari Gallery)
  30. 30. Mohd Yatim Mohd Yatim
  31. 31. Mohd Yatim
  32. 32. Moht Yatim Yatim started painting at a very tender age. His natural talents caught the attention of Dullah, (editor of President Sukarno ‘s palace painting collection & one of Indonesia’s most renowned artist). He stayed and learn painting under this grandmaster in Bali for 8 years. Dullah (1919 -1994) taught him everything he knew – techniques, use of colours, lighting effect, eye for details and composition. Dullah had many students but none as gifted as Yatim.
  33. 33. Mohd Yatim (Born in Medan on 1958)
  34. 34. Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978) Sukarno collection
  35. 35. Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978) Sukarno collection
  36. 36. Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978) - Ni Radji
  37. 37. Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
  38. 38. S.Sudjojono (1914 - 1986 )
  39. 39. S. Sudjojono’s A New Dawn sold for HK$10.7 million / US$1.4 million (high estimate: HK$2.5 million / US$322,000*) to a phone bidder after a few minutes of intense competition.
  40. 40. Trubus Soedarsono (1924-1966) Balinese dancer
  41. 41. Trubus Soedarsono (1924-1966) Tari legong dynamic Soebroto Living In Harmony, 1981
  42. 42. Soetopo (1931 - 1931 ) Fish Seller
  43. 43. Sudarisman (born 1948)
  44. 44. Sudarisman was born in 1948, in Yogyakarta, Central Java, and graduated from the Arts Academy there. He also studied at an arts academy in Holland where he learned about Western art and where he was taught not to depict realism in his work. The abstract symbols in his works show us the power of technology and its influence on mankind. On the other hand, Sudarisman has a lot of respect for his traditional society, especially the traditional craftsmen and artists and he loves to represent them in his work. The colours Sudarisman uses are very characteristic of him, with warm colours always present. The warm yellows and oranges tend to come forward, making the cold colours recede. This is his way of creating space in his paintings, which are one-dimensional, like flat wayang puppets.
  45. 45. Sudarisman (born 1948) Tubuh dan Sepatu
  46. 46. Sudarisman (born 1948) Erotic Dancer Sudarisman (born 1948) Lady
  47. 47. Sudarisman (born 1948) Komposisi Figur
  48. 48. Sudarisman (born 1948)
  49. 49. Sudarisman (born 1948) Yang tua yang muda
  50. 50. Karl Bang (born in Shanghai in 1935) Bali Dancer
  51. 51. Art Gallery Ubud
  52. 52. Roger San Miguel A Midsummer's Night Dream In Bali, 1996
  53. 53. Theo Meier (1908-1982)
  54. 54. Text & pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Bali World Music, Gus Teja, Beauty in Colors
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