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Section of ider-ider painting depicting cremation of Abimanyu from the 'Bharatayuddha' epic, mid-19th century. Anthony Forge Collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Materials Conservation Dept
 
Summary:
E074252-001 - 25/10/1976, painting, Batuan, Gianyar District, Bali, Indonesia, Asia, Southeast
Item Name:
painting
Label:
The artist of this Ider-Ider painting on thin Balinese cloth is unknown. However, it was probably painted in the mid-19th century in either the Klungkung or Batuan area. The painting depicts seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' Previously belonged to the temple of Jero Kapal, in Gelgel. Anthony Forge Collection
Place:
Batuan
Region:
Gianyar District
Province/State:
Bali
Country:
Indonesia
Collection Area:
Asia, Southeast
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
25/10/1976
Registration Number:
E074252-001
Associated Stories:
Balinese Cremation, Indonesia
Death: the Last Taboo - Exhibition Text 2003 - Balinese Cremation
The Anthony Forge Collection of Balinese Paintings
Paintings in the Temple
Anthony Forge: Biographical Sketch
Anthony Forge: Research in Bali, Indonesia
Images
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Section of ider-ider painting depicting cremation of Abimanyu from the 'Bharatayuddha' epic, mid-19th century. Anthony Forge Collection. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Materials Conservation Dept
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 1 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
3:
Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 2 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 3 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 4 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 5 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 6 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 7 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 8 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 9 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 10 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 11 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 12 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 13 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 14 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 15 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 16 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 17 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen
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Mid-19th century ider-ider painting (detail) depicting seven scenes from epic story of 'Bharatayuddha: Death of Abimanyu.' reads from left to right, section 18 of 26. Anthony Forge Collection 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Gregory Millen