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  • 16 4 2 January, 2019
  • TEFAF Maastricht is widely regarded as the world's premier Fair for fine art, antiques and design. We visited TEFAF and found a small painting from  Eugene Delacroix. Raden Saleh, admired the works of French artist Eugene Delacroix who also loved to paint wildlife, later depicted the subject (tiger, Roosmec) on many canvases. (1) During our visit of the TEFAF Fair Maastricht our eye felt on this painting of Eugene Delacroix. (4,5).
https://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2018/01/26/raden-saleh-painting-discovered-in-france.html

In Indonesia, Saleh is a national icon, known as the "father of Indonesian modernity," among other ponderous paternal distinctions. His painting of the capture of Prince Diponegoro, who led the first rebellion against the Dutch domination of Java in 1830, is exhibited in a place of honor at the presidential palace in Jakarta as a patriotic celebration of the origin of the modern nation. Yet in the West, Saleh remains a shadowy figure. The Dutch Royal family has several paintings of Saleh in their Collection. https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2016/10/12/boschbrand-is-niet-gewoon-erfgoed-het-is-koloniaal-erfgoed-4791587-a1526204

While Saleh's style of painting adhered closely to the conventions of European art, he was unconventional in his personal style, putting his exotic origins on display in flamboyant #fashion. 
1. Exhibition 2013 in Germany. (Folder, our collection). We visited this unique Raden Saleh exhibition. https://www.lindenau-museum.de/index.php/Ausstellungen..html
2. Portret van raden Sarief Bastaman Saleh (ca. 1810-1880). Painter [?]: F.C.A. Schreuel. Collectie Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
3. Tijger. Affiesje exhibition. (Our collection).
4. Tijger. Painting: Eugene Delacroix, TEFAF. (foto: Roosmec).
5. Galerie Coatalem Paris. 
6. Saleh’s house (Our collection)  CDV 1870  Photographer: Woodbury & Page

#indonesia#jawa#everyoneaphotographer#indobeeldcultuur#documentakassel#tongtongfair#unseenplatform#ubleiden#foam_amsterdam#fotomuseumdenhaag#tropenmuseum#nederlandsfotomuseumrotterdam#unseenplatform#gemeentemuseum#kitlv#artphotography#tefaf#kesselskramerpublishing#rijksmuseum#nrchandelsblad#financieeldagblad#portraitphotography#
  • TEFAF Maastricht is widely regarded as the world's premier Fair for fine art, antiques and design. We visited TEFAF and found a small painting from Eugene Delacroix. Raden Saleh, admired the works of French artist Eugene Delacroix who also loved to paint wildlife, later depicted the subject (tiger, Roosmec) on many canvases. (1) During our visit of the TEFAF Fair Maastricht our eye felt on this painting of Eugene Delacroix. (4,5).
    https://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2018/01/26/raden-saleh-painting-discovered-in-france.html

    In Indonesia, Saleh is a national icon, known as the "father of Indonesian modernity," among other ponderous paternal distinctions. His painting of the capture of Prince Diponegoro, who led the first rebellion against the Dutch domination of Java in 1830, is exhibited in a place of honor at the presidential palace in Jakarta as a patriotic celebration of the origin of the modern nation. Yet in the West, Saleh remains a shadowy figure. The Dutch Royal family has several paintings of Saleh in their Collection. https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2016/10/12/boschbrand-is-niet-gewoon-erfgoed-het-is-koloniaal-erfgoed-4791587-a1526204

    While Saleh's style of painting adhered closely to the conventions of European art, he was unconventional in his personal style, putting his exotic origins on display in flamboyant #fashion .
    1. Exhibition 2013 in Germany. (Folder, our collection). We visited this unique Raden Saleh exhibition. https://www.lindenau-museum.de/index.php/Ausstellungen..html
    2. Portret van raden Sarief Bastaman Saleh (ca. 1810-1880). Painter [?]: F.C.A. Schreuel. Collectie Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
    3. Tijger. Affiesje exhibition. (Our collection).
    4. Tijger. Painting: Eugene Delacroix, TEFAF. (foto: Roosmec).
    5. Galerie Coatalem Paris.
    6. Saleh’s house (Our collection) CDV 1870 Photographer: Woodbury & Page

    #indonesia #jawa #everyoneaphotographer #indobeeldcultuur #documentakassel #tongtongfair #unseenplatform #ubleiden #foam_amsterdam #fotomuseumdenhaag #tropenmuseum #nederlandsfotomuseumrotterdam #unseenplatform #gemeentemuseum #kitlv #artphotography #tefaf #kesselskramerpublishing #rijksmuseum #nrchandelsblad #financieeldagblad #portraitphotography #
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  • Yesterday 7 april: visit to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. We had a look at the painting: Portrait of a Wounded KNIL Soldier, painter Isaac Israels, 1882. (photo 4). The Dutch dubbed this West-African soldier ‘Kees Pop’, an archetypal Dutch name, because they were unable to pronounce his original name. Many soldiers were recruited from the former slave centre of Elmina (now Ghana) into the Dutch East Indies Army (KNIL) to fight the rebellious Indonesians. ‘Pop’ signed on in 1869 for a twelve-year tour of duty; he fought in the Aceh War and was decorated for his service. Isaac Israels portrayed him with his medals in the Netherlands just before his passage back to Africa. On display in room 1.17 Rijksmuseum  Special attention. The Dutch description in the Rijksmuseum do not mentioned : ‘........ to fight the rebellious Indonesians’. Dutch discription. “Portret van een Kees Pop, militair in dienst van het Nederlands Oost-Indisch Leger. De medaille met blauw lint, half verscholen onder de mitella, is de Atjeh-medaille. Deze werd bij het Koninklijk Besluit van 12 mei 1874 ingesteld als beloning voor de deelnemers aan de eerste Atjeh-campagne in 1873/1874. (1). De deelnemers aan deze campagne kregen tevens het Kruis voor Belangrijke Krijgsverrichtingen, de linker onderscheiding op het portret met het groen-oranje lint.” https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/my/collections/1572676--black-presence-colonial-history-in-the-museum/black-presence-in-the-rijksmuseum/objecten#/SK-A-4954,0
Photo 1. From our photo-album 'Souvenir des Indes-Orientales' (see #souvenirdesindes). An identical photograph described as: “Algemene staf van het KNIL aan boord van de Prins Alexander tijdens de tweede Atjehexpeditie"/ General staff on board the Prince Alexander on the website of the National Gallery of Australia: photographers Woodbury & Page c.1874. 
Photo 2. Idem. Fragment. We recognize two Indo’s. 
Photo 3. Amateur KNIL photo 1910th. Most modern weapons. We count one black KNIL soldier. Not, now on view in the Rijksmuseum https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/whats-on/exhibitions-now-on-view/everyone-a-photographer
Photo 4. West-African KNIL soldier ‘Kees Pop’. 3.000 former black slaves: KNIL-soldiers.
  • Yesterday 7 april: visit to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. We had a look at the painting: Portrait of a Wounded KNIL Soldier, painter Isaac Israels, 1882. (photo 4). The Dutch dubbed this West-African soldier ‘Kees Pop’, an archetypal Dutch name, because they were unable to pronounce his original name. Many soldiers were recruited from the former slave centre of Elmina (now Ghana) into the Dutch East Indies Army (KNIL) to fight the rebellious Indonesians. ‘Pop’ signed on in 1869 for a twelve-year tour of duty; he fought in the Aceh War and was decorated for his service. Isaac Israels portrayed him with his medals in the Netherlands just before his passage back to Africa. On display in room 1.17 Rijksmuseum Special attention. The Dutch description in the Rijksmuseum do not mentioned : ‘........ to fight the rebellious Indonesians’. Dutch discription. “Portret van een Kees Pop, militair in dienst van het Nederlands Oost-Indisch Leger. De medaille met blauw lint, half verscholen onder de mitella, is de Atjeh-medaille. Deze werd bij het Koninklijk Besluit van 12 mei 1874 ingesteld als beloning voor de deelnemers aan de eerste Atjeh-campagne in 1873/1874. (1). De deelnemers aan deze campagne kregen tevens het Kruis voor Belangrijke Krijgsverrichtingen, de linker onderscheiding op het portret met het groen-oranje lint.” https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/my/collections/1572676--black-presence-colonial-history-in-the-museum/black-presence-in-the-rijksmuseum/objecten#/SK-A-4954,0
    Photo 1. From our photo-album 'Souvenir des Indes-Orientales' (see #souvenirdesindes ). An identical photograph described as: “Algemene staf van het KNIL aan boord van de Prins Alexander tijdens de tweede Atjehexpeditie"/ General staff on board the Prince Alexander on the website of the National Gallery of Australia: photographers Woodbury & Page c.1874.
    Photo 2. Idem. Fragment. We recognize two Indo’s.
    Photo 3. Amateur KNIL photo 1910th. Most modern weapons. We count one black KNIL soldier. Not, now on view in the Rijksmuseum https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/whats-on/exhibitions-now-on-view/everyone-a-photographer
    Photo 4. West-African KNIL soldier ‘Kees Pop’. 3.000 former black slaves: KNIL-soldiers.
  • 51 7 8 April, 2019
  • Everyone in this Balinese village is expected to participate in rituals. Everyone acts according to his or her position within the group to which he or she belongs. The pedanda (priest) - standing under a payung (umbrella) - is a specialist in food offers rituels. By sharing photos on social media platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter, photography has become part of the dining experience itself. Photos of food are rarely just about food. On this photo is food part of a rituel. Food can represent a lifestyle or a nation, hope or despair, spirituele power, work or no work, hunger or excess.  https://www.foam.org/museum/programme/feast-for-the-eyes #foam_amsterdam##museum#pictorialism#pictorialisme#streetphotography#1920s#indonesia#bali#spiritualpower#exploreindonesia#adat#pedanda
  • Everyone in this Balinese village is expected to participate in rituals. Everyone acts according to his or her position within the group to which he or she belongs. The pedanda (priest) - standing under a payung (umbrella) - is a specialist in food offers rituels. By sharing photos on social media platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter, photography has become part of the dining experience itself. Photos of food are rarely just about food. On this photo is food part of a rituel. Food can represent a lifestyle or a nation, hope or despair, spirituele power, work or no work, hunger or excess. https://www.foam.org/museum/programme/feast-for-the-eyes  #foam_amsterdam # #museum #pictorialism #pictorialisme #streetphotography #1920s #indonesia #bali #spiritualpower #exploreindonesia #adat #pedanda
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