Indonesian Vintage

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Indonesia, two Balinese Women

Indonesia, two Balinese Women

Indonesia ~ Java, Batavia ~ 1870

Indonesia ~ Java, Batavia ~ 1870

Bali Media Info: Old Bali Photography - The First Color Photos in Bali Indonesia 1920s

Bali Media Info: Old Bali Photography - The First Color Photos in Bali Indonesia 1920s

one of tribes in Indonesia in old photo

one of tribes in Indonesia in old photo

Borneo | Two young Kayan women in 'festival' costume | Photographer Prof. A.W. (Anton Willem) Nieuwenhuis, date unknown, ©Tropenmuseum, Netherlands

Borneo | Two young Kayan women in 'festival' costume | Photographer Prof. A.W. (Anton Willem) Nieuwenhuis, date unknown, ©Tropenmuseum, Netherlands

Bangswan Atjeh dan istrinya. 1900-1920

Bangswan Atjeh dan istrinya. 1900-1920

Bali--Anak Agung Ketut Djelantik and his assistant in 1865.

Bali--Anak Agung Ketut Djelantik and his assistant in 1865.

Unknown photographer Working Bali 1930s I Goesti Agoeng Bagoes Djelantik, Anakagoeng Agoeng Negara, Karang Asem Bali 1931 Gelatin silver photograph 14.0 x 9.7 cm Collection National Gallery of Australia (via Art Blart)

Unknown photographer Working Bali 1930s I Goesti Agoeng Bagoes Djelantik, Anakagoeng Agoeng Negara, Karang Asem Bali 1931 Gelatin silver photograph 14.0 x 9.7 cm Collection National Gallery of Australia (via Art Blart)

Raden Ajoe Danoe Dirdjo istri muda raden saleh n pembantunya 1875 1885

Raden Ajoe Danoe Dirdjo istri muda raden saleh n pembantunya 1875 1885

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with thier foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with thier foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…

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