Title : Berengang Dilaut (Swimming in the sea)
Beautiful Balinese painting from artist I Dewa Putu Mokoh (1936-2010). Who was originally from Pengosekan village in Bali, Indonesia. A talented Balinese artist, whose arts had been exhibited in Venice Biennale in 1993; museum of Asian art Fukuoka, Japan.
Further information about the artist:
I Dewa Putu Mokoh (1936 – 2010), was the eldest of six children of a traditional Balinese architect and builder in Pengosekan, on the outskirts of Ubud. He completed only three years of primary school and began to learn painting at age 15 from his uncle, I Gusti Ketut Kobot, a master painter from his village.
Mokoh was an accomplished artist in his own right, before meeting Mondo, an Italian artist who had come to Bali to learn the Pengosekan style of painting. While others were busy painting narratives from the Indian epics (Mahabharata and Ramayana), Mokoh, who had a keen eye for ordinary human experiences, developed a painting style focused on the visual representation of raw human conditions and experiences. He is known for his gentleness and simplicity of colors and shapes as well as for clean uncluttered composition.
Refer article: https://www.theyakmag.com/mokoh-for-the-house-of-mondo/
Dimensions: 2″ x 37.5″ x 30″
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