Eruption of Mount Merapi in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Eruption of Mount Merapi in Yogyakarta, Java Indonesia. Mount Merapi is an active stratovolcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since

Batik painting in Java during colonial period. Observe many different varieties of patterns used.

Batik painting in Java during colonial period. Observe many different varieties…

Bodhisattvadevi (female bodhisattva) Prajnaparamita; the buddhist goddess of transcendental wisdom, personified in a statue from 13th century Singhasari East Javanese art. The statue was discovered in Cungkup Putri ruins near Singhasari temple, Singhasari, East Java, Indonesia

The serene beauty of Bodhisattvadevi (Female Bodhisattva) Prajnaparamita - the Buddhist Goddess of Transcendental Wisdom, Java cent

Kassian Cephas, Javanese at the foot of stairs in the temple complex of Borobudur in Magelang, Java, 1872

Indonesia ~ Kassian Cephas, Javanese at the foot of stairs in the temple complex of Borobudur in Magelang, Java, 1872

Necklace with Stylized Tiger Claws  Period: late Central Javanese period Date: 8th–early 10th century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Gold

Necklace with Stylized Tiger Claws Period: late Central Javanese period Date: century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Gold Classification: Jewelry

It's not in Egypt, nor Peru. It's Sukuh,  thousand years old temple in Central Java, Indonesia

It's not in Egypt, nor Peru. It's Sukuh, a thousands year old temple in Central Java, Indonesia

Necklace with Inset Stones and Braided Wire  Period:     Eastern Javanese period Date:     8th–early 10th century Culture:     Indonesia (Java)

Necklace with Inset Stones and Braided Wire Period: Eastern Javanese period Date: century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Gold with stones and wire Metropolitan Museum

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▫Duets▫ sisters, twins & groups of two in art and vintage photos - Indonesian dancers

Necklace; Eastern Javanese, 12th century; Central Java, Indonesia. A necklace consisting of a central, tortoise-shaped pendant and twelve leaf-shaped pendants of graduated in size, the leaf-shaped pendants strung to either side with two long hooks at the ends. Each pendant has a cylindrical element through which the heavy gold wire is threaded. Each element has repousse decoration consisting of foliate scrolls. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Engage your students with the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to illustrate themes and concepts in any discipline.

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