Ida Bagus Made Togog (1911–1989-02-02)

One of the most important Batuan painters, and also a story-teller. Worked closely with Bateson and Mead, and later with Hildred Geertz, and was also an important source of information for Adrian Vickers. Togog came from a priest's family and was trained as a ritual specialist. He did not attend school (he could only speak a few phrases in Malay, a language which H. Geertz terms as the language of the foreigners), and had little interest in Western matters, despite his involvement in making paintings to serve the tourist industry (H. Geertz 1994: 18-20, 114). T Questionnaire: In 1938, T. estimated aged as 26 years, same age as Ida Bagoes Poetoe Sentoelan, already married. Brahmana Boeda, poengkoesan Gianjar Father, Ida Bagoes Poetoe Soeta, dead about 14 years ago, when IBTogog was 12 years old. Mother Dayu from Brahmana Boeda, Batoean. Siblings: Ida Bagoes Kompiang, already married but living at home, Ida Bagoes Made Togog, married and living at home, Ida Bagoes Poetoe Tantera (painter, see above). poor, father had made kajang, sekah, and gambled, IBTogog make kajang, sekah, took care of chickens, gambled. Wife wove and was tukang banten. Lives off picture-making. But also does moelas, mearda kamben, ngambar di entale, ngae kadjang, pererai. Dances in Gambuh - perabu. Wife: Dajoe Resi, older sister of Ida Bagoes Made Togag (Diksa) see above, and Ida Bagoes Njoman Sanoer Tampi (painter) Two children, Dayu Gambar and Ida Bagoes Made Kawoe. Had an illigitimate child (oka bebindjat) with Dayu Resi, before they were married, a boy who was only an oton old when he died. ***************** Date of making first pictures: Picture of Dayu Gambar at 4th otonin, dated, in Balinese character, subtracting back, she was born in April 21, 1935. IBT according to story he told me started making pictures in earnest after he learned of Dayu Resi's pregnancy and returned to Batuan. This would then probably be August or September 1934. ***************** MK interview: 1. has been making pictures about 6 years. before he learned to make pictures he could moelas kamben, merada kambeng, ngambar di entale, ngae kadjang, pererai. Could carve togog. Nothing else Does not play gamelan. Dances in gambuh, Peraboe Before he did gambar making, he moelas kamben and did lontars. Had no teacher, except watched Ngendon make pictures. 2. Does more pictures now than previously. Does not work with anyone else Students: Ida Bagoes Tjeta, Ida Bagoes Sanoer, Ida Bagoes Tantra People who finish his work: Ida Bagoes Wajan Gede, Ida Bagoes Tjeta Works at home, usually alone, day or night Gets his stories from memory, from lontar, thinks of story then makes picture. 3. Sells mostly now to Tuan Bayung In past sold in Museum Badung and Pita Maha Ubud Was early member of Pitamaha Has not sold to Hubolt or to Tuan Neuhaus Has sold pictures on his own, has sold the work of others. 4. Has been taught by a foreigner Was taught to set picture up and look at it from distance and to study it. Has been to see Spies and Bonnet work, and had his work criticized there. Has worked at home of Tuan Bonnet and had his work corrected. Watched Bonnet work with pencil,ink, color, colored chalk at Bonnet's place. Has done work at request of foreigner, was told to copy a lontar picture, but not to copy anything else. has, on his own tried to copy Ubud style, work of Dewa Gede Sobrat (wayang style). Has tried to copy the work of Tuan Bonnet. Has tried to copy a picture in a magazine. 5. First picture was Tantri - heron and crab, sold at Museum Badoeng. Thinks the first ones to make pictures in Batuan were Ngendon and Patera. First picture he saw was by Ngendon Has watched Patera work. 6. Likes: in wayang, Anoman. In stories, tantri. In performances, Djoget. Likes cockfighting. In drawing likes to draw taman-tamanan and alasalasn, likes the ngeringgit step. Has never seen endihan, tonja or leyak, has never been possessed. Would dare all the things on the list. 7. Has lived outside Batuan, in persil Jemberana, 3 months, working, planting coconuts. 8. Has been to: Museum, toko Ikan, Spies, Bonnet, LeMayeur, Meier, Mershon, inside Bali Hotel, Bulelelng, KertaGhosa, Besakih, BatuKau, movie, hospital in Badoeng and Bangli. Has not been to Hubolt [I doubt this]. Mentioned in other interviews: Djatasoera, Doedoek, Gede, Rai, Roeki, Sanoer, Sasak, Tantera, Tjenik, Tjeta, Tjeti, Togag

Togog was one of the first Batuan painters (along with Ngendon) to paint with an eye to sell his paintings on the tourist market in Bali. Continued to paint in the post-War period, when he did more works in colour.

09.1032 man on monster

1103-9 Cupak

1646-52 Rangda

2452: Papaka

3525-25 Ramayana: Sugriwa fighting Subali

3525-26 Adiparwa, burning of the forest

3525-27 Sang Sampian (Sampean) story

3525-28 Tantri, the turtle who wanted to fly

3525-74 Amad-Muhamad: Amad on the elephant.

4632: Tantri

6414-8 Mpu Darmaswami and the sick Nandaka

AMNH 70.3/4195 Village scene?


B135-097 Rangda

B135-098 Tantri

B615 Story: Sang Paresekit insults the Holy Man, Begawan Sereti, and is cursed.

B616 Scene: Bullfight in Boeleleng.

B617 Ritual: ceremonial procession.

B619 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe). Prabu Lawe mounted on a Barong Sabrang

B620 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe). Soldier mounted on a boar.

B621 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe).Soldier mounted on a boar.

B622 Story: Prabu Gajah Demme (Lawe)

B623 Story: the blind man and the crippled man.

B623.1 Story: I Papaka chased by tiger.

B624 Subject: Figure: Calendar.

B624.1 Sorcery: Rangda attacked by men in trance.

B625 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe)Two soldiers in battle.

B626 Story: I Ketut Kantrungan goes to the den of Naga Taksaka.

B627 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe). Soldier riding a crocodile monster killing a man on a horse.

B628 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe). Prabu Lawe mounted on Barong Sabrang.

B629 Scene: fighting cocks.

B630 Story: Pan Brayut

B631 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Buta Sungsang.

B632 Performance: Janger dance.

B633 Performance: Joged dancer with partner.

B634 Story: (?) Man attacks monster eating a lizard.

B635 Story: Truna Tuwa. (Rajapala)

B636 Story: (?) Monkey mother and child.

B637 Sorcery: men attacking selves with krisses after the Rangda has escaped.

B638 Sorcery: Calonarang Epidemic.

B639 Story: I Amad defended by Ratna Ning Sekar.

B640.01 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.02 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.03 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.04 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.05 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.06 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.07 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.08 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.09 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.10 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B640.11 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B642 Story: Prabu Gajah Deruma (Lawe). Soldier riding a wolf being killed by enemy.

B643 Story: Sang Sampean, a demon in the form of a bull, and the Princess of Daha.

B644 Story: I Amad's magic is stolen by Isteri Beregedab.

B645 Story: the false pedanda (Ida Gede Tonya) being burnt up.

B646 Story: Greedy Cupak and Grantang.

B647 Story: Sang Landean, the monkey who tricked the prince.

B648 Story: Pan Balang Tamak and the Magic Dog.

B649 Story: how the ant-eater defeated the king's hunting dog, Asu Belanguyang.

B651 Story: I Ketut Kantrungan.

B653 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Brahma.

B654 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Ludra.

B655 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Mahadewa.

B656 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Sangkara.

B657 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Wisnu.

B658 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Nisoro.

B659 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Sambu.

B660 Subject: Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Iswara.

B661 Figure: Gods of the Nine Directions--Sang Hyang Siwa.

B662 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Kala Tiga.

B663 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Sang Nawa Rucinca.

B664 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Sang Suria Sumedang.

B665 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Sang Hyang Perama Wisesa.

B666 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Sang Hyang Wisnu Murti.

B667 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Leyak Semering and head of manusa as linggihan.

B668 Story: Begawan Mercukunda.

B669 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B670 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B671 Subject: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B672 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing.

B673 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B674 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B675 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B676 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B677 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B678 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B679 Story: A Sorcerer's Transformations: Begawan Mercukunda.

B680 Scene: child birth.

B682 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Buta Sungsang.

B683 Story: Nanang Paloek and the Stolen Coconuts.

B684 Story: Truna Tua steals the clothes of the Nymph Supraba(Rajapala)

B685 Story: I Amad in the forest killing the men in iron armor with a magic kris.

B711.01 Figure: Wisnu riding on boar.

B711.07 Scene: hunting birds with blowpipe.

B711.11 Story: the elephant attacked by bird, frog, and bee.

B711.33 Story: the heron who pretended to be a priest.

B711.35 Story: Serupanaka in love with Teruna Laksmana transforms herself into a beautiful woman.

B711.36 Story: Sang Utangka's ring is stolen and Siva sends him a magic horse to get it back from Naga Taksaka.


Haks 111

Haks 281

Haks 360

Haks 376 Barong

Haks 568 Monkeys

Salya & Satyawati (Mahabharata)

Sampi Wadak 2

Sampi Wadak 3

Sampi Wadak

The Struggle for Power in the animal kingdom (Tantri Narrative)

Upacara Pembakaran Mayat