Ida Bagus Made Tibah (1916–)

On the Bateson and Mead list of 1930s Batuan painters. Tibah was the son of a moderately well-off pedddler who worked selling carvings to tourists. Despite not going to school, he could speak a little Malay. In the 1970s, he opened a large art shop.  (H. Geertz 1994: 112) Geertz claims Tibah was born around 1926.

Tibah had been painting almost as long as Togog and Ngendon, two of the earliest Batuan painters. He studied Bonnet and Spies' paintings and sometimes sent his work for their criticism. He was a member of the Pita Maha, and continued to paint after the war. There are twenty pictures by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission (H. Geertz 1994: 112).


B501 Story: I Papaka and the Monkey.

B502 Scene: abducting a bride.

B503 Story: The Two Sisters, Bawang and Kesuna.

B504 Ritual: meperani, on the day before Nyepi.

B505 Ritual: meperas, at cremation.

B506 Ritual: mantenin padi for storing new rice.

B507 Ritual: in rice field.

B508 Ritual: Sudamala with a shadow play.

B509 Ritual: in rice-field temple.

B510 Ritual: for baby when 3 months old.

B511 Ritual: for ripe rice in field.

B512 Ritual: mantenin dewa, after rice harvest.

B513 Ritual: consecration of pedanda couple (meberesih) and kissing the feet of teacher (nabe).

B514 Ritual: Melaspas empelan at rice-field dam altar with cockfight.

B515 Ritual: the consecration of a man and wife as pedandas. (meberesih) (menek Ida Pedanda)

B516 Scene: weaving.

B517 Story: Begawan Sumamitra and the Magic Bull.

B518 Ritual: Sanghyang Jaran

B519 Ritual: for a man who fell from a tree.

B520 Story: the making of the hill called Boekit Boewoeng.

Cremation

Haks 107

Haks 135 A demon took the form of a priest

Haks 344

Haks 345

Tantri