- Museum number
One side of the temple of Nankula (now Srikandi) and the entrance of the Sadewa temple (now Puntadewa). Drawing: ink and wash on paper. Dieng plateau. Inscribed.
- Production date
- 1815 (circa)
Height: 46.50 centimetres
Width: 28 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Candi Nunkulo is now called Candi Sri Kandi, and Candi Sedewo is now Candi Puntadewa.
There is an unfinished pencil version (08.120) at the Royal Asiatic Society, in the Baker Collection. While the BM's images are top and bottom on a portrait page orientation, the RAS version has the images left and right on a landscape page orientation. The RAS version has "Sedewoe No 3" annotated below both images.
There is a copy (WD957 (121)) at the British Library, in the Horsfield Collection. It does not have any annotations nor inscriptions. However, the images have different orientations; the temple entrance is facing upright when in landscape orientation, but sideways when in portrait orientation. The BL database notes that the drawing was done by a Dutch draughtsman, perhaps Jan Knops.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2019 29 Jan-May, Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, Raffles in Southeast Asia
2019-2020 Sept-Jan, Gallery 91, Sir Stamford Raffles
- Acquisition date
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