Survival and Change: Three Generations of Balinese Painters

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Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2006 - Art - 110 pages
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"Survival and Change explores the work of three generations of Balinese painters in the context of the extraordinary political and social changes that have occurred in the region during the 20th century." "Survival and Change not only focuses on the artists and their work, but also consumers and their expectations. It examines changing Western attitudes to non-Western art, and looks at how demand for an imposed view of Bali has influenced art practice and pressured artists. Detailed analyses of particular paintings provide insight into the beliefs and techniques that inform Balinese art practice, and demonstrate the richness and diversity of these dedicated artists."--BOOK JACKET.

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Contents

The Balinese Painting Tradition
21
Pioneer painter
55
Further change
77
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Master of Balliol College, Oxford University, Christopher Hill is a neo-Marxist whose work examines the role of economic factors in the events of the seventeenth century. He places particular emphasis on the grievances and treatment of the poorer and outcast sectors of society.

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