Ubud Diary: Celebrating the Ubud School of Painting - the Diversity of the Visual Language

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Ubud Diary: Celebrating the Ubud School of Painting - the Diversity of the Visual Language
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                        In this bilingual book on Balinese painting Horstman uses a journalistic perspective to view the development of Balines painting from the classical religious Kamasan paintings through to the birth of the Ubud School. According to Horstman, the historically important Ubud School that began in the later 1920s, along with the Pita Maha artists collective, started in Ubud in 1936, played a defining role in presenting images of Balinese culture, landscape and daily life activities to the world, helping to establish Bali as a leading global tourism destination.

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