ITS–Balinese paintings have been popular for hundreds of years. To mention some: the classical painting of Pangreh (400 years old), Barong Kuno (300 years ago), Perebutan Cupu Manik (300 years old), Satya (300 years old), andPanbrayut (200 years old)
Many master artists were born in Bali. The inspiration for these artists was most likely mythical; the culture or Hindu religion, as well as their closeness to nature.
Pangrehexpresses the black magic from Singaraja, Northern Bali. This is a very high expression of art, painted on Ulantage paper, a paper made from rough wood bark from India.
Balinese artists are also famous abroad because of their masterpieces, which are held at various art museums around Bali. Those are the Rudana Gallery, Puri Lukisan, Neka museum, Balinese classical painting museum, and a number of private ones.
Balinese painting uses various means of expression. Besides using canvas, paper, eternit, and cloth, painting on eggs has even become popular in this computer era.