Ida Bagus Putu Belacok (1924–)
Belacok's (Blatjok) parents died when he was still young and he lived a poor life working as a migrant harvester on a coffee plantation in the mountains. He never attended school and was illiterate, but could speak a little Malay. Belacok was never taught by any of the Western artists, and was not a member of the Pita Maha (the artists' cooperative established by Bonnet and Spies).
There are thirteen pictures by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission (H. Geertz 1994: 102).
B100 Story: I Basur asking to marry I Sukasti to his son Tegaron.
B101 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing of Bedawang and S. Nawa Ruci.
B90 Sorcery: cremation preparations with leyaks.
B92 Story: I Amad cuts off a branch of the kastuba tree.
B93 Story: (?) Snake with royal headdress carrying three men on back.
B94 Figure: Sorcerer's Drawing, Buta Sungsang.
B95 Story: Basur the sorcerer transforms himself into Rangda.
B96 Story: Basur telling his son his suit was rejected
B97 Story: Basur as Rangda afflicts the girl, Sukasti, with illness in re-venge.
B98 Story: Basur transforming himself into Rangda.
B99 Story: Basur preparing to perform ritual to transform himself into Rangda.