Werkudara & Arjuna ~ Indonesian performers, Wayang Wong ~ Java ~ Indonesia ~ c1923-1926

Werkudara & Arjuna ~ Indonesian performers, Wayang Wong ~ Java ~ Indonesia ~ c1923-1926

Masked men of the theater acting in "Topéing", Java (c. 1900-1920) - US Library Of Congress

Masked men of the theater acting in "Topéing", Java (c. 1900-1920) - US Library Of Congress

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Balinese dancer, Ni Gusti Raka, 1952

Balinese dancer, Ni Gusti Raka, 1952

Indonesia ~ Celebes (now Sulawesi) ~ 'Tandako pajogé' dancers. Pasere Maloku, ca. 1870 | ©Photographer H. (Hendrik) Veen

Indonesia ~ Celebes (now Sulawesi) ~ 'Tandako pajogé' dancers. Pasere Maloku, ca. 1870 | ©Photographer H. (Hendrik) Veen

Javanese musical instruments recently added to the British Museum. (1860)

Javanese musical instruments recently added to the British Museum. (1860)

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Semar Boyong. Gatutkatja pursuing Hanuman with Semar in flight. [In the play "Semar Boyong" ("The abduction of Semar"), Semar, the faithful advisor of the Pandawas, is the object of a three-way struggle between the Pandawas, their enemies the Korawas, and the kingdom of Pancawatidhendha, and Gatutkaca, fighting for the Pandawas, battle over possession of Semar.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Semar Boyong. Gatutkatja pursuing Hanuman with Semar in flight. [In the play "Semar Boyong" ("The abduction of Semar"), Semar, the faithful advisor of the Pandawas, is the object of a three-way struggle between the Pandawas, their enemies the Korawas, and the kingdom of Pancawatidhendha, and Gatutkaca, fighting for the Pandawas, battle over possession of Semar.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [Top: In this scene from the play Rama Nitik (Rama seeks his reincarnation), King Wibisana, surrounded by the monkey troops, breaks the golden box believed to contain Drupadi, whom Rama is seeking as a wife. The monkey prince Sugriwa is standing at far left; Bottom: actors, possibly playing human characters in the same play.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [Top: In this scene from the play Rama Nitik (Rama seeks his reincarnation), King Wibisana, surrounded by the monkey troops, breaks the golden box believed to contain Drupadi, whom Rama is seeking as a wife. The monkey prince Sugriwa is standing at far left; Bottom: actors, possibly playing human characters in the same play.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [Top: Fight between Prabu Setedja (Suteja), seated on Garudha Wilmuna (Garudhawilmuka) and Garuda Brihawan; Bottom: Fight between Sugriwa and Prabu Keswamuka.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [Top: Fight between Prabu Setedja (Suteja), seated on Garudha Wilmuna (Garudhawilmuka) and Garuda Brihawan; Bottom: Fight between Sugriwa and Prabu Keswamuka.]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [This photo was published in B.P.H. Surjobrongto, The Classical Yogyanese dance (1970), p. 23, with the caption "Fight between Prabu Setedja, seated on the legendary bird Garudha Wilmuna and the legendary bird Garudha Brihawan. A scene from the Rama Nitik story performend in 1934."]

Java - Wayang Wong, Kraton Yogyakarta, 1930s : Rama Nitik. [This photo was published in B.P.H. Surjobrongto, The Classical Yogyanese dance (1970), p. 23, with the caption "Fight between Prabu Setedja, seated on the legendary bird Garudha Wilmuna and the legendary bird Garudha Brihawan. A scene from the Rama Nitik story performend in 1934."]

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