Ida Bagus Nyoman Sasak (1913–)
Sasak, along with his two brothers, had only been painting for less than a year at the time when Bateson and Mead started collecting. He had not met Bonnet or Spies, and was not a member of the Pita Maha collective. There are fifteen pictures by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission (H. Geertz 1994: 111).
On the Bateson and Mead list. Sasak had not received an education (he could not speak Malay) and was very poor throughout his life. He made a living by selling his paintings and woodcarvings to tourists, harvesting coconuts and his wife's weaving. He also played in a gamelan orchestra (H. Geertz 1994: 111).
Teacher: Ida Bagus Made Wija (15 Aug 1912–2 Aug 1992)
Teacher: Ida Bagus Made Togog (1911–2 Feb 1989)
Student: Ida Bagus Ketut Semawa (1915–)
Brother: Ida Bagus Ketut Semawa (1915–)
Son: Ida Bagus Made Dupam (1938–)
Brother: Ida Bagus Ketut Sawa (–)
Student: Ida Bagus Wayan Gede (1918–1972)
Brother: Ida Bagus Wayan Gede (1918–1972)
Son: Ida Bagus Putu Jokohadi (1952–)