I Wayan Taweng (1922–2004)

Taweng's works often show a mixture of central perspectiive and bird's eye view, which could be put down to his early influences of Bonnet and Spies (Hohn 1997: 128). not on on Made Kaler's lists made for Bateson and Mead. first picture 1/37, last 10/37 Continued working in post—war period.
CENTRAL- SECONDARY CHILD UNSKILLED THIRD WAVE 4 PICTURES

Small boy -- mara bisa ngangon in 1938 interview with Tombelos; younger brother of Tombelos (but doesn't share his style). Formerly a dancer.

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