I Ketut Pateh (1904–1981)
Pateh was not interviewed by Kaler, so little is known about him. However, he was listed a member of the Pita Maha, and H. Geertz (1994: 109) suggests that he could of painted under another another name. Pateh worked almost exclusively in black and white and before 1960, used ink and wataercolour with paper as a medium. (Dermawan 2006: 177, Hohn 1997: 110). Some of his works are similar to IB Made Tibah.
few pictures, all in June 36
MARGINAL ? LOW SKILL SECOND WAVE 7 PICTURES On no lists of GB or MK might be someone listed elsewhere with a different name. is likely to be someone from Den Tiis, by the date of picture, skill.
Teacher: I Nyoman Patra (1900–1935)