Right Place for Finding and Learning Art of Bali

Well guys, today I will give you the information about place to visit in Bali. This place will be really interesting, and you can to improve your knowledge about art of Bali while having a great trip. That will be really interesting place for you to visit guys.

Puri Lukisan is the oldest art museum in Bali which specialize in modern traditional Balinese Painting and wood carvings. This museum is located in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It is home for finest collection of modern traditional Balinese painting and wood carving. The Collections are spanning the pre-Independence war (1930–1945) to the post-Independence war (1945 – present) era. The collection includes with important examples of all of the artistic styles in Bali including Sanur, Batuan, Ubud, Young Artist and Keliki schools. Puri Lukisan showing many Collections from popular artist in Bali, such as :

  • Ida Bagus Nyana (1912–1985)

Ida Bagus Nyana was a talented wood sculptor and a gifted dancer. He is known for his impressionistic, elongated woodcarvings whose fluid shapes, devoid of excessive detail, often appear as if they had been pulled from taffy.

  • Ida Bagus Gelgel (1900–1937)

Ida Bagus Gelgel grew up in Kamasan, far away from direct western influence, but his works evolved beyond the conventions of the Wayang tradition. He was so creative, that in 1937 one of his paintings won a silver medal at the International Colonial Art Exhibition in Paris. One of his works, the Priest Dharmaswami, painted in 1935 using naturals dyes on paper, is one of the masterpieces of the Museum Puri Lukisan.

  • I Gusti Nyoman Lempad (~1862–1978)

A true master and “Renaissance Man”, Lempad is a figure in the Balinese community as well as in artistic circles abroad. His fame extends not only beyond geographical borders but also beyond the ordinary borders of craftsmanship and artistic expression. Lempad’s specialty was classical scenes, rendered in a relatively formal way.

  • Anak Agung Gde Sobrat (1919–1992)

Sobrat was the son of an aristocratic family. As a child, he delighted in the spectacles of the Balinese Wayang Kulit (shadow puppet performances). His grandfather, a well-known Wayang puppeteer, taught him to carve the rawhide puppets and familiarized him with the Hindu epics: the Ramayana and Mahabharata.

  • I Gusti Made Deblog (1910–1978)

This exceptional artist started his career as an apprentice in the studio of the Chinese photographer, Yap Sin Tin. Deblog’s work portrays a passionate sense of the beauty of nature, rendered in elegantly refined detail that reveals the presence of a deeper reality underlying the world around us. His drawing, the Birth of Hanuman (1936) was presented to the Puri Lukisan Museum by the chairman of the Ford Foundation, and depicts a lush forest with magical nymphs and other forest dwellers bringing offerings to the newborn Hanuman.

Puri Lukisan will only showing you many unique collections of art, in this place you  will also able to improve you r knowledge and your experiences about Balinese art. Here available a place for you to learn and practice the art and culture of Bali with the professional teacher. You can to learn and practice about Balinese dancing, Balinese wood carving, Balinese Gamelan, Balinese Painting. If you are interesting with Balinese art and culture this place really suitable for you to visit. Puri Lukisan also has a cozy atmosphere that will make your trip here more comfortable.


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