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Title
Lempad of Bali: The Illuminating Line
Original language
English
Author(s)
Illustrator(s)
  • I Gusti Nyoman Lempad
Publisher
Editions Didier Millet
ISBN
9789814385978
Publication date
2014
Subjects
  • Art
  • culture
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                  Description(s)

                  (English version of the book) Lempad of Bali was produced by the Museum Puri Lukisan in Ubud in conjunction with a major retrospective exhibition of the renowned Balinese artist I Gusti Nyoman Lempad that was held in the museum from September 20 to October 20, 2014. With some 600 illustrations, the book is a catalogue raisonnee dedicated to the life and art of this seminal artist, who has been rightly called the father of the Balinese Pita Maha group of artists. The text is authored by a team of five respected experts including John Darling, the director of the acclaimed film "Lempad of Bali", Hedi Hinzler, senior professor and Bali expert at Leiden University, Kaja McGowan, the curator of the Clair Holt collection and professor at Cornell University, Adrian Vickers, professor at Sydney University, Soemantri Widagdo, curator of the Museum Puri Lukisan, and Bruce W. Carpenter, Indonesian art expert.

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