Ida Bagus Putu Tantera (1917–)

Similar to his elder brother Togog, Tantra lived a poor life. He did not go to school and could not speak Malay. He worked mainly at the coffee plantations and died young. He is known to have danced the gambuh.  (H. Geertz 1994: 112)

Tantera learnt how to draw from his older brother Togog. He never met Bonnet or Spies and was not a member of the Pita Maha collective. There are seventeen pictures by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission (H. Geertz 1994: 112).

B475 Story: The Poor Man and the Magic Goat.

B476 Story: The two monkeys and I Papaka.

B477 Scene: gathering firewood.

B478 Scene: children bathing.

B479 Story: I Balang Tamak, when he shaved his wife's head.

B480 Story: I Balang Tamak, or why Triwangsa can't pray at Pura Desa.

B481 Story: I Dukuh protected by the wild animals in the forest.

B484 Scene: children's games.

B485 Scene: children's game.

B487 Story: Mantri Godogan asks for the hand of the princess.

B488 Story: Mantri Godogan's parents pray to have a child.

B489 Story: Mantri Godogan changes from a frog into a human being.

B490 Story: I Dukuh (?)

B491 Story: I Dukuh in the Forest. ?

B492 Story: I Dukuh.

B711.05 Story: Mantri Godogan--How a Picture Is Made.

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