Traditional School Balinese Paintings

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US $8-20 / Piece | 100 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
1000 Piece/Pieces per Month
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Worldwide
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Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Handpainted
Style:
Traditional, Traditional Balinese
Subjects:
Landscape
Frame:
No, Stretcher
Medium:
Acrylic
Original:
Yes
Support Base:
Canvas
Place of Origin:
Bali, Indonesia
Brand Name:
Traditional Young Artists School
Model Number:
T
Traditional Ubud School:
On canvas
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Rolled on PVC tubes or stretched on wood
Delivery Time
3-5 Weeks

Specifications

80cm x 60cm / 100cm x 80cm

Ubud and Young Artists
Ubud has been the center of art for Centuries, with the surrounding royal houses and temples as the main patrons.
With heavy influence from expatriate artistes like Spies and Bonnet, paintings from Ubud adopted a wider use of materials like canvas, ink, acrylic, water color, etc.
The inspiration does not limit to the use of materials, but also the art form, in which Balinese to paint not just mythological themes, but also everyday lives and scenery. These ideas then influenced some Ubud painters to experiment with new styles of painting, which shaped into the unique "Ubud Style" of painting.
The development of the Young Artist School of painting is attributed to the Dutch artist Arie Smit, a Dutch soldier who served during the 2nd world war and decided to stay in Bali . In the early 1960s, he came across children in the village of Penestanan near Tjampuhan drawing on the sand. He encouraged these children to paint by providing them with paper and paints. Their paintings are characterized by "child-like" drawings and bright colors.