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E074174 Painting - Front, Kamasan, Bali, Indonesia, Southeast Asia. Tabing temple painting by artist Pan Seken, 1930s-40s, depicting 'Death of Abimanyu' from the 'Bharatayuddha' epic. Anthony Forge collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes
 
Summary:
E074174 - 25/10/1976, painting, Kamasan, Klungkung District, Bali, Indonesia, Asia, Southeast
Item Name:
painting
Label:
This tabing (temple painting) on European cloth depicts the Death of Abimanyua a scene from the Hindu epic Mahabharata. It was painted in the Balinese village of Kamasan in the 1930s by the artist Pan Seken. The tabing had been used in the artists family temple and it is from there that Anthony Forge acquired it in 1971-72. Size: 104x80cm.
Place:
Kamasan
Region:
Klungkung District
Province/State:
Bali
Country:
Indonesia
Collection Area:
Asia, Southeast
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
25/10/1976
Registration Number:
E074174
Associated Stories:
Bharatayudha: Death of Abimanyu, Balinese painting E74174
The Anthony Forge Collection of Balinese Paintings
Paintings in the Temple
Anthony Forge: Biographical Sketch
Anthony Forge: Research in Bali, Indonesia
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E074174 Painting - Front, Kamasan, Bali, Indonesia, Southeast Asia. Tabing temple painting by artist Pan Seken, 1930s-40s, depicting 'Death of Abimanyu' from the 'Bharatayuddha' epic. Anthony Forge collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes
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E074174 Painting - Detail, Kamasan, Bali, Indonesia, Southeast Asia. Tabing temple painting by artist Pan Seken, 1930s-40s, depicting 'Death of Abimanyu' from the 'Bharatayuddha' epic. Anthony Forge collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes