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ART FROM BALI

INDONESIA

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We have a large selection of traditional and modern Balinese statues, reliefs, etc:

Garuda, Garuda-Wisnu-Kencana, Wilmana, Rawana-Wilmana, Hanoman, Rangda, Rakhasa, Tualen, Mredah,

Rama & Sita, etc.

(please check also the pages "world of masks" and "paintings")

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(Prices included the Spanish IVA, 21%. Prices without transport.)

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"Gods messanger, who protects the people and houses"

Garuda serves the Hindu divinity Vishnu as a mount and is regarded as immortal. However, Garuda takes not only the preserver of the life (Vishnu) from this world to the other one, but also people who are on the spiritually way to themselves. He is the king of the birds, symbol of the sun, and is so fast like the wind. In addition, this inconceivable speed with which he effortlessly travels from the material to the spiritual world, still makes him the symbol for the esoteric wisdom of the Vedic books (they partly are more than 3000 years old)!

name: B0804   Garuda (Roof ridge statue) 

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, Highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 85cm x 47cm x 38cm

price: 1750,-€

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"Kebyar Duduk"

The Kebyar-Duduk-Dance has no specific story, it is pure interpretation of the music.

The Gamelan Trombong ( musical instrument from the orchestra) and the dancer are one.

name: B0124 "Kebyar Duduk" dancer

place of origin: Ubud, Bali / Indonesia

material: suar-wood, painted

size: 63cm x 64cm x 25cm

price: 2300,-€

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"Legong Kraton Dance"

The  Legong is a traditional Dance from the 10th century. It was originally performed in Palaces. An as so often, it is about love and heroes.

name: B0126  "Legong Kraton Dancer: Condong" with the bird wings

place of origin: Ubud, Bali / Indonesia

material: suar-wood, painted

size: 54cm x 40cm x 12cm

price: 980,-€

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"typical Balinese Keris-dagger holder"

According to the Hindu epic "Ramayana", Rawana ist the famous demon-king of Lanka, who kidnapped Sita, the wife of the prince Rama,an incarnation of god Wisnu. Thereupon a war began between good and evil. Of course, the good won! "Rawana" statues are often used as guardin-statues. According to the Balinese Motto: Where the evil is already, evil can no go any further.

In the past Balinese men always carried a Keris dagger with them. When they came to visit another house, the Keris was put off. Mostly in the Hands of such statues at the entrance.

name: B0072  "Rawana"- Keris-Dagger-Holder (without the dagger!)

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 98cm x 29cm x 34cm

price: 980,-€ (without dagger)

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"magical Ramayana mask sculpture"

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name: B0111 Balinese Ramayana sculpture "Rama"

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: hibiscus-wood

size: 101cm x 43cm x 18cm

price: 1950,-€

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"magical Rawana mask sculpture"

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name: B0110 Balinese Ramayana sculpture "Rawana"

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: hibiscus-wood

size: 103cm x 42,5cm x 17cm

price: 1950,-€

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"Selemat Datang!"

"The bow from the heart", the typical Balinese welcoming gesture for their homes and temples. It means, that you recognice the soul of god Siwa (Shiva) in other beings and honour that transcendental presence.

name: B0301 and B0302 (pair) Balinese "Welcome"-reliefs

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted

size B0301: 99,5cm x 28,5cm x 2cm  size B0302: 98cm x 29cm x 2cm

price: 298,-€ (pair)

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"Mredah and Tualen"

"Tualen represents a Balinese clown-figure. He is an old and ugly man with a noble heart, always jovial and humerous, who offers wise advice to characters in the Show (shaddow puppet Show or theatre). Merdah is one of his three sons. Merdah is also a truth defender and a warrior. In the famour epic "Bhima Swarga" (part of the Mahabharata), "the Balinese journey of the souls", Tualen and Mredah accompany Bhima on the way through the hell and the heaven.

name: B0140 and B0141 "Mredah and Tualen" Keris-dagger-holder (pair)

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted

size Mredah (red): 44cm x 23cm x 20cm   size Tualen (brown): 46cm x 25cm x 22cm

price: 770,-€ (pair)

 

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"love, honor and devotion"

Rama and Sita are the mean characters of the famous Ramayana Story. Rama represents goodness, honour, Family bonds and the idea, that divine beings can be Born in a human form ans live human lives. Sita is a manifestation of the Mother Earth " Ibu Pertiwi". She is considered the epitome of the faithful, good, chaste, pure woman, obedient daughter, and the ideal of a morally irreproachable, devoted wife.

name: B0321 "Rama & Sita" statue

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: hibiscus-wood

size: 64cm x 33cm x 13cm

price: 1265,-€

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"protecting statue from a roof-ridge of a temple"

Rawana is the barbarian giant from "Ramayana", a thousands-year-old Indian epic poem. He is viewed as the monstrous ruler over demons and evil forces and is the opponent of Prince Rama. Somtimes he is sitting on his mount "Wilmana". In that moment he looks like Wisnu on his mount Garuda. A wilful deceit!

name: X004 Rawana on his mount Wilmana

place of origin: Desa Pujung Kaja Sebatu, Highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 64cm x 45cm x 23cm

price: 1925,-€

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"security and protection against the evil"

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name: B0807 "Karang Sae" door relief

place of origin: Desa Pujung Kaja Sebatu, Highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 37cm x 59cm x 1.6cm

price: 850,-€ soon

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"prosperity and fertility"

"Dewi Sri" is the Balinese goddess of rice and fertility,successful harvest, Family prosperty and harmony. The Balinese believe in her because rice is so central to their survival. She protects the rice padi. There are many rites to worship and not to hurt Dewi Sri when the rice is harvested.

name: B0284 and B0282 (pair) "Dewi Sri" temple reliefs

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted

size: 76cm x 20cm x 1,5cm

price: 98,-€ (pair)

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"protecting statue from a roof-ridge of a Pura Dalem temple"

Wilmana is the vehicle from the giant Rawana and is associated with him. Rawana is viewed as the monstrous ruler over demons and evil forces and is the opponent of Prince Rama. (from Ramayana Story)

name: B0070 "Wilmana" statue 

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, Highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 85cm x 50cm x 40cm

price: 1400,-€

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"joyful gathering with the gods"

An Odalan is a Balinese village temple festival in Indonesia. The villagers celebrating the anniversary of the day of his first consecration. At Odalan the Hindu village community comes together, invite the gods to visit them for a view days, perform religious services together offering refreshments and entertainment. For the village community the temple birthday is the highlight of the festival calendar and everyone wears their best clothes. The temples are decorated with great effort.

This relief comes from such a ceremony.

name: B0812 "Upacara Odalan" temple reliefs

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted

size: 40cm x 196cm x 3cm

price: 1950-€

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"prospertiy and abundance"

"Dewi Rambut Sedana" is the Balinese goddess of prosperity. The old Chinese coins with the hole in the centre are considered good luck by the Balinese. Hanging this Image in your home or your Business and maybe it helps to swim in abudance!

name: B0809 "Dewi Rambut Sedana" house-temple decoration

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted, Cepeng-Coins, woolen pompoms

size: 83cm x 25cm x 7cm

price: 698,-€

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"royal elegance and beauty "

name: B0805 and B0806 standing masks of Balinese Princesses

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, Bali / Indonesia

material: Wood, coor, metal

size B0805: 125cm x 63cm x 30cm size B0806: 122cm x 47cm x 29cm

price: 1960,-€ (pair)

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"gentleness, contentment and love"

The "Kijang", deer, is a Symbol of the purity of the heart. This relief was a decorative element from a gazebo from a village temple (Pura Desa)

name: B0808 "Kijang" temple relief

place of origin: Desa Pujung Kaja Sebatu, Highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 45cm x 80cm x 19cm

price: 850,-€

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"love, honor and devotion"

Rama and Sita are the mean characters of the famous Ramayana Story. Rama represents goodness, honour, Family bonds and the idea, that divine beings can be Born in a human form ans live human lives. Sita is a manifestation of the Mother Earth " Ibu Pertiwi". She is considered the epitome of the faithful, good, chaste, pure woman, obedient daughter, and the ideal of a morally irreproachable, devoted wife.

name: B0317 "Rama & Sita" statue

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: hibiscus-wood

size: 56cm x 26cm x 10cm

price: 590,-€

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"life, protection and blessings"

The two "Widari Putri Duyung" (directed to the left and right) symbolizes the GIVER and the SUBSTAINER of LIFE, and because they come out of the water that applies to plants, animals and human at the same time.

name: B0810 and B0811 (pair) Balinese "Widari Putri Duyung"-reliefs

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: rambutan-wood, painted

size: 99cm x 29cm x 2cm 

price: 298,-€ (pair)

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"Hanoman as Balinese Keris-dagger holder"  

According to the Hindu epic "Ramayana", Hanoman is the great heroic spiritual warrior and the general of the monkey army. He has supernatural powers.

In the past Balinese men always carried a Keris dagger with them. When they came to visit another house, the Keris was put off. Mostly in the hands of such statues at the entrance.

name: B0073  "Hanoman"- Keris-Dagger-Holder

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 124cm x 32cm x 35cm

price: 1400,-€

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"Beauty through spirituality"

The Balinese woman are known for their beauty. But this beauty is distinguished not only by their origin. They have the art of making the Beauty of their belief in the divine world their own. The Balinese culture is intensely spiritual. Much of the woman's time is given to spiritual service and devotion. This inner strength and power of god is reflected in their external nature.

name: B0065 "Prembuan Bali" (Balinese woman)

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: sawo-wood

size: 100cm x 24cm x 13cm

price: 998,-€

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"an unusual incense burner"  

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name: B0180 "Anjing Bali" (incense-burner)

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia

material: wood, painted

size: 45cm x 24cm x 24cm

price: 370,-€

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"Sugriwa and Subali as Balinese Keris-dagger holder (here as Wayong-Golek-Holder) "  

According to the Hindu epic "Ramayana", Sugriwa and Subali are giant supernatural brothers, the kings of the monkeys.

(Wayang Golek are rod puppets / performances revolve around Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses who fight against evil, mystical, beings to usually end happily.

name: B0160 "Sugriwa" (right) and B0161 "Subali" (left) as Keris-Dagger-Holder (here with 2 Wayang Golek puppets)

place of origin: Desa Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia (old Wayang Golek puppets: Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia)

material: wood, painted ( Wayang Golek: wood, Color, fabrics)

size B0160: 98cm x 26cm x 31cm (with puppet: 98cm x 40cm x 31cm)

size B0161: 96cm x 30cm x 29cm (with puppet: 96cm x 44cm x 29cm)

price: 1850,-€ (pair) / 1980,-€ (pair, included puppets)

 

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"The mother"

Sanghyang Sri Pertiwi is the mother of earth.

name: B0174 Sanghyang Sri Pertiwi

place of origin: Mas, Bali / Indonesia

material: hibiscus-wood

size: 60cm x 25cm x 23cm

price: 850,-€

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"Mredah plays the Gamelan"

Merdah is a truth defender and a warrior. In the famous epic "Bhima Swarga" (part of the Mahabharata), "the Balinese journey of the souls", Mredah and his father Tualen accompany Bhima on the way through the hell and the heaven.

name: B0171"Mredah" and B0172 five-key, metallic xylophone-like instrument from a Gamelan-Orchestra

place of origin: Sebatu, highlands of Bali / Indonesia (Mredah), East-Java/Indonesia (Gamelan)

material: rambutan-wood, painted (Mredah) / Wood, Color, bronze

size Mredah: 62cm x 28cm x 25cm   size Gamelan instrument: 26cm x 85cm x 26cm

price: 2700,-€ (figure+instrument)

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... and much more ...

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Garuda statues of temples and residential homesteads

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Garuda-Wisnu-Kencana statues of temples and residential homesteads

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Wilmana statues of "Pura Dalem" temples and residential homesteads

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Rangda (the Balinese witch) statues and masks

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Balinese art, as statues, standing masks and paintings

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Garuda statues of temples and residential homesteads

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for traditional Balinese masks, please click:   http://www.adventuremuseum.eu/world-of-masks.html

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for traditional Balinese paintings, please click:   http://www.adventuremuseum.eu/traditional.html 

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And much more!

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