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Painting on thin canvas. Vertical panel bordered by finely inked spade-like shapes on a solid yellowish-brown background, and separated from the body by a solid red line. At top, a demon(?) figure and other figure are standing under a rain cloud, with a broken arrow above their heads. Below, three figures surround a tree. One of the figures appears to be shown in both the upper portion and lower portion of the panel.

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Kamasan, or wayang style, painting of Ramayana themes.


Purchased by the donor in Candi Dasa, in eastern Bali, in 1990.

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