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Antique Indonesia Painting 'calonarong-barong Masked Dance Of Bali' Circa 1900's For Sale
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Antique Indonesian 'Calon Arong - Barong Masked Dance of Bali' Painting, Signed, Circa 1900's.
Description: Balinese Calon Arong Dance - The battle between Good and Evil - In Balinese mythology the good spirit is identified as Banas Pati Raja - the fourth brother or child spirit that accompanies a child through their life, similar concept to a guardian angel. Banas Pati Raja is the spirit which animates 'Barong', a protector spirit, represented as a loin, portrayed with head covered in white thick fur, wearing gilded jewelry adorned with pieces of mirrors.
In traditional Barong dance performances, he is portrayed in his struggle against 'Ragda', known as a demon Queen, the incarnation of Calon Arong, the legendary witch that wrecks havoc in ancient Java during the reign of Airlangga in 10th century, Calon Arong was a widow, powerful in black magic, who often damaged farmer's crops and caused disease to come.
It is the popular part of Balinese culture - the mythical creature would dance along the street to the Calon Arong dance, while a priest would throw holy water on it.
Type: Traditional Indonesian Painting - Acrylic on Linen Canvas.
Signature: Signed: Iwyn Subaga Kurun, Ubud ('Ubud' being the home of Balinese Ritual Dance).
Condition: Excellent Condition, vivid colors, well preserved without fading, tears, or punctures. Hand-carved Teak Wood Frame, good condition in need of minor repair as shown.
Dimensions: Length: 41.75 inches (106.05cm), Height: 33.0 inches (83.82cm) including the Teak Frame.
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