An amazing Kamasan style painting originally from Bali, Indonesia. A mystical painting in ancient which takes it’s form from historic Hindu kingdom in Java. Kamasan is a village in Bali which create art for royal courts all over the island. This painting shows symbolically the eight temples that are found surrounding Bali in a harmonic Mandala. Each is associated with a specific god, color, tool and form a protective ring around the island. Unknown artist. Exported by the Dutch in the early 20th century. We received this amazing piece from a wealthy estate.
Kamasan is a village on Bali, Indonesia. It is situated just to the north of Gelgel, in the Klungkung regency. Kamasan has a cultural importance on a Bali-wide level. The various ‘traditional’ styles of painting on modern Bali are derived from the Kamasan style, which in turn takes it patterns from ancient Java. The paintings which is characterized the Kamasan style date back to the 17th century and represent the original “traditional style” of Balinese painting.
Dimensions: 1″ x 38.5″ x 38.5″
Antique piece. Sell in used, pre-owned condition. Vintage and antique items by nature have variable amounts of wear, imperfections, signs of use, age and time. Perfectly imperfect. Condition shown as in pictures. Kindly contact us if you need more info. or detail pictures.
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