Everlasting Beauty of the Indonesian Art

Everlasting Beauty of the Indonesian Art

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Batik Pattern, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Fragment of a Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Indonesia, Sulawesi, 19th - early 20th century. #pattern #antique #textile

Fragment of a Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Indonesia, Sulawesi, 19th - early 20th century. #pattern #antique #textile

monochromatic Indonesian cotton cloth. __ "After centuries of admiring and living with textiles imported from India, Indonesians incorporated Indian motifs into wares they produced at home. The block-printed piece shown here is the Toraja people's take on the tree of life." -Courtney Barnes/Style Court

monochromatic Indonesian cotton cloth. __ "After centuries of admiring and living with textiles imported from India, Indonesians incorporated Indian motifs into wares they produced at home. The block-printed piece shown here is the Toraja people's take on the tree of life." -Courtney Barnes/Style Court

03. KSATRYAN NITIK, Yogyakarta

03. KSATRYAN NITIK, Yogyakarta

04. BABON ANGREM, Surakarta

04. BABON ANGREM, Surakarta

Seamless Javanese Batik Pattern Stock Photo

Seamless Javanese Batik Pattern Stock Photo

indonesian_batik_by_vanArian.jpg (894×894)

indonesian_batik_by_vanArian.jpg (894×894)

15. SEMEN GEDE, Pekalongan

15. SEMEN GEDE, Pekalongan

08. WADASMANTINGAN, Cirebon

08. WADASMANTINGAN, Cirebon

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