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Indonesia Collection

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesian Dancers

Indonesian Dancers
Two royal court dancers performing the female style of Javanese dance. The bent knees, flexed wrists and refined movements are characteristic of this style

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesian Dancer

Indonesian Dancer
A Javanese dancer performing the female style in a seated pose. The use of the wrists and scarf are characteristic of this style

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Rhacophorus, Tree frog

Rhacophorus, Tree frog
Tree Frog from Sarawak. Drawing of a tree frog by Alfred Russel Wallace - hand coloured. Drawn looking down onto the back of the frog spread out showing webbed feet

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Two Malaysian Women and their children - Singapore

Two Malaysian Women and their children - Singapore Date: circa 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Homo erectus, Java Man cranium (Sangiran 17) cast

Homo erectus, Java Man cranium (Sangiran 17) cast
Lateral view of partially reconstructed cranium of Homo erectus Java Man about 700, 000 years old known as Sangiran 17. Discovered by Towikromo in 1969

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Ornithoptera croesus, Wallaces golden birdwing butterfly

Ornithoptera croesus, Wallaces golden birdwing butterfly

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali Dancing Girls

Bali Dancing Girls
Lovely young women of Bali, Indonesia, performing the Kebyar, a purely demonstrative dance, in which they interpret the mood of music played by a gamelan orchestra. Date: 1930s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Nepenthes gymnamphora pitcher plant

Nepenthes gymnamphora pitcher plant
Nephenaceae or pitcher plants: Nepenthes gymnamphora (Nepenthes melamphora), carnivorous plant native to Indonesia. Chromolithograph by Adolf Glitsch from an illustration by Ernst Haeckel from Art

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali seashell gleaner, Kuta

Bali seashell gleaner, Kuta
Bali seashell gleaner. Silhouette of woman with head scarf bending over to gather shells in the shallow seawater near Kuta Date: 1989

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Jalan Kesawan, Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia

Jalan Kesawan, Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia
Jalan Kesawan (street) in Medan, Sumatra, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), Date: circa 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Women rice planters walk along a road to work in Bali

Women rice planters walk along a road to work in Bali
Five young women rice planters walk along a road to work in Bali, Indonesia. They wear Asian conican straw hats. Some of the girls are barefoot. Date: circa 1985

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Blue and Yellow MACAWS / Blue and Gold macaws - X2 preening

Blue and Yellow MACAWS / Blue and Gold macaws - X2 preening (Ara ararauna). Taman Burning Bali Bird Park, Bali Island, Indonesia

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesia - Java - Bandung - City Centre Cinema

Indonesia - Java - Bandung - City Centre Cinema. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali, Indonesia - Kerambitan - Buddhist stele

Bali, Indonesia - Kerambitan - Buddhist stele Date: circa 1920

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Wayang puppet theatre and Gamelan Orchestra - Java

Wayang puppet theatre and Gamelan Orchestra - Java
Wayang - Javanese puppet theatre (sometimes the puppet itself is referred to as wayang). Performances of shadow puppet theatre are accompanied by a gamelan orchestra in Java (now Indonesia)

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesian Dancer

Indonesian Dancer
A Javanese dancer in a sculpturesque pose which shows the relation of this style with ancient Hindu reliefs. The scarf is used to accentuate the movement

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Naba Leba, Queen of Solor, and a Malay girl from Timor

Naba Leba, Queen of Solor, and a Malay girl from Timor. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World, Florence, Italy

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Road near Oedjoong, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

Road near Oedjoong, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Road near Oedjoong, Surabaya (Soerabaja, Soerabaia), East Java, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). With the Harmony Society on the left. Date: circa 1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Mahometan Mosque, Ki Dulan, Moluccas, Indonesia

Mahometan Mosque, Ki Dulan, Moluccas, Indonesia
A photograph taken during the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger (1872-1876) funded by the British Government for scientific purposes

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesia / Moluccas 1646

Indonesia / Moluccas 1646
Ambon (formerly Amboina): general view from the sea, with ships in the foreground

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Dutch in Indonesia

Dutch in Indonesia
The establishment of Dr Toussaint at Gadok, Dutch East Indies

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Krakatoa volanic eruption, 1883

Krakatoa volanic eruption, 1883
Cover of The Illustrated London News, 8th September 1883 with three pictures about the volcanic eruption of the island of Krakatoa in the Sunda Strait which began on the afternoon of Sunday

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Near naked man wades in a pond to gather water lilies - Bali

Near naked man wades in a pond to gather water lilies - Bali
Near naked man in a cooly hat wades in a pond to gather water lilies. Bali, Indonesia Date: 1989

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Woman of Ambon, Maluku Islands, Indonesia

Woman of Ambon, Maluku Islands, Indonesia (Amboyna) in chemise. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Frederic Shoberls The World in Miniature: The Asiatic Islands and New Holland, R

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Malay girl with hair tied up carrying baskets from a yoke

Malay girl with hair tied up carrying baskets from a yoke. Lithograph by Karl Joseph Brodtmann from Heinrich Rudolf Schinzs Illustrated Natural History of Men and Animals, 1836

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Kamehameha I, King of Hawaii, and Naba Leba, Queen of Solor

Kamehameha I, King of Hawaii, and Naba Leba, Queen of Solor
Kamehameha I, King of Hawaii (as Tammeamea I, King of the Sandwich Islands), and Naba Leba, Queen of Solor (Indonesia). Lithograph by Karl Joseph Brodtmann from Heinrich Rudolf Schinzs Illustrated

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Costumes of the people of Java, Indonesia, circa 1800

Costumes of the people of Java, Indonesia, circa 1800
Costumes of the people of Java, Indonesia. Man in cap and skirt, nobleman in cotton robe with cudgel, woman in sarong, female dancer, and man in loincloth

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Indonesia - Java - Jakarta - Molenvliet Canal

Indonesia - Java - Jakarta - Molenvliet Canal
The Molenvliet canal that divides Jalan Gajah Mada and Jalan Hayam Wuruk originally made by Chinese Captain Phoa Beng Gam atau Phoa Bing Gam, second Chinese Captain after Souw Beng Kon

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Java, Indonesia - Batavia - A backstreet canal

Java, Indonesia - Batavia - A backstreet canal Date: circa 1930s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali pagoda in the 1920s

Bali pagoda in the 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali village in the 1920s

Bali village in the 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali women bathing in the 1920s

Bali women bathing in the 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali girl in the 1920s

Bali girl in the 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali village women in the 1920s

Bali village women in the 1920s

Background imageIndonesia Collection: A Masquer, Java - pre-1900

A Masquer, Java - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Emperor of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

Emperor of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: 32nd child of the Emperor of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

32nd child of the Emperor of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: An actor in Java - pre-1900

An actor in Java - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Empress of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

Empress of Surakarta, Java - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Javanese Bride and Bridegroom - pre-1900

Javanese Bride and Bridegroom - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Field Officer, Javanese Army - pre-1900

Field Officer, Javanese Army - pre-1900

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Eastern musicians on Columbia record sleeve

Eastern musicians on Columbia record sleeve
Javanese or Indonesian musicians on Columbia 78rpm record sleeve Date: early 20th century

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bali Dancer's Sacrament

Bali Dancer's Sacrament
This painting portrays a side profile view of a kneeling woman wearing a ceremonial costume, with her hands placed together in a sacramental pose, she is a Balinese dancer from Indonesia

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Antonov An-2R HA-MEV

Antonov An-2R HA-MEV (msn 1G 194-29), of Hungarian Air Service in early 1991. Crashed on 21 September, in Indonesia, en-route to Sydney. Date: 1991

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Bristol Britannia 102 PK-ICB

Bristol Britannia 102 PK-ICB (msn 12915), of Indonesian Angkasa Civil Air Transport. (Scrapped in Indonesia, December 1971) Date: circa 1970

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Road in Tjilatjap (Cilacap), Central Java, Indonesia

Road in Tjilatjap (Cilacap), Central Java, Indonesia
The tree-lined Cemetery Road in Tjilatjap (Cilacap), Central Java, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). To the right is a cemetery

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Michael Stewart, British Foreign Secretary

Michael Stewart, British Foreign Secretary
Robert Michael Maitland Stewart, Baron Stewart of Fulham (1906-1990), British Labour politician, Fabian Socialist and government minister

Background imageIndonesia Collection: Sukarno, First President of Indonesia

Sukarno, First President of Indonesia
Sukarno (Kusno Sosrodihardjo, 1901-1970), first President of Indonesia from 1945 to 1967. Date: circa 1940s



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