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Tabing temple painting depicting 'The Abduction of Sita' from the Hindu epic, 'Ramayana'. Painted probably by artist Kak Lui (c.1860-1930) in 1930s in Kamasan. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes
 
Summary:
E074186 - 25/10/1976, painting, Kamasan, Klungkung District, Bali, Indonesia, Asia, Southeast
Item Name:
painting
Label:
This painting illustrates the story of Sitas abduction by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka, in three episodes. It was painted probably by the artist Kak Lui (c.1860-1930) in the last years of his life in Kamasan. Size: 88x85.
Keywords:
communication
Place:
Kamasan
Region:
Klungkung District
Province/State:
Bali
Country:
Indonesia
Collection Area:
Asia, Southeast
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
25/10/1976
Registration Number:
E074186
Associated Stories:
The Anthony Forge Collection of Balinese Paintings
Paintings in the Temple
Anthony Forge: Biographical Sketch
Ramayana: Abduction of Sita, Balinese painting E74186
Anthony Forge: Research in Bali, Indonesia
Images
1:
Tabing temple painting depicting 'The Abduction of Sita' from the Hindu epic, 'Ramayana'. Painted probably by artist Kak Lui (c.1860-1930) in 1930s in Kamasan. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes
2:
E074186 Painting - Detail, Kamasan, Bali, Indonesia, Southeast Asia. Detail of tabing temple painting depicting Jatayu intercepting Rawana as he abducts Sita. From the Hindu epic, Ramayana. Kak Lui, early 1930s. Anthony Forge collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Howard Hughes