The Art and Culture of Indonesia:
9th-20th centuries

Second floor, room 358

Art and culture of Indonesia is illustrated by specimens from Central
Java (ninth-eleventh centuries), Eastern Java (fourteenth-sixteenth
centuries) and Bali Island (eighteenth-nineteenth centuries). The collec-
tion comprises sculptural pieces-statues of Shiva, Vishnu, Gameshi,
etc., objects of cult practices-ceremonial masks and vessels, bronze
and wooden objects of artistic crafts, manuscripts, specimens of artistic-
ally coloured fabrics (batic) and examples of the Javanese national
weapon (kris).







The Art and Culture of the Peoples of Central Asia
The Art and Culture of the Peoples of the Caucasus
The Art and Culture of Egypt
The Art and Culture of Babylon Assyria and Neighbouring Countries
The Art and Culture of Byzantium
The Art and Culture of the Countries of the Near and Middle East
The Art and Culture of India
The Art and Culture of China
The Art and Culture of Mongolia
The Art and Culture of Japan
The Art and Culture of Indonesia

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- The Hermitage - The Department of Russian Culture -
- The Hermitage - The Department of Prehistoric Culture -
- The Hermitage - The Department of the Art and Culture of the Peoples of the East -
- The Hermitage - The Department of the Art and Culture of Antiquity -
- The Hermitage - The Department of Western European Art -
- The Hermitage - The Numismatic Department -
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