I Dewa Ketut Baru (1926–2008)
Baru claims to have never had contact with any Western painters (most probably referring to Bonnet and Spies). He did however sell his paintings to tourists at Sanur. He was not a member of the Pita Maha. There are twenty-six paintings by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission. He worked extensively in the 1950s.
Baru had received three years of education at a Dutch elementary school and could speak Malay. He also danced in the gambuh. In later life he became a healer (balian) and studied classical Balinese (H. Geertz 1994: 102). Hildred Geertz has Baru been born circa 1926.
Student: I Dewa Ayu Budiati (1965–)
Student: I Dewa Made Mudita (1957–)
Student: I Dewa Ketut Nadi (1962–)
Student: I Dewa Made Dana (1964–)
Student: I Dewa Ketut Labdakarya (1974–)
Student: I Dewa Made Kardi (1950–)
Student: I Dewa Putu Berata (1932–)
Daughter: I Dewa Ayu Budiati (1965–)
Son: I Dewa Made Mudita (1957–)
Son: I Dewa Ketut Nadi (1962–)
Nephew: I Dewa Made Dana (1964–)
Nephew: I Dewa Ketut Labdakarya (1974–)
Nephew: I Dewa Made Kardi (1950–)
Brother: I Dewa Putu Berata (1932–)
B078 Sorcery: witches (leyak) carrying off babies. One is giving baby's intes-tines to a dog to eat. Episode from Aji Darma story. Aji Darma is the dog.
B081 Story: Sang Aji Darma: the scene where he is sleeping with his wife and listening to the lizards talking to each other.