Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud
Founded by Rudolf Bonnet and Cokorda Gde Agung Sukawati. The developing fine art style at the time was born by Pita Maha (1930s). This museum has a collection of 150 painting and 62 pieces of sculptures, however, has a valuable potent for the idea bequeathing the very aesthetic art and culture to the next generation. This is the first arts museum in Bali.
Museum Gedong Kirtya, Singaraja
Thousands of ancient Balinese letters in form of chronicle, kakawin (old Balinese poetry), geguritan, and is written on the palm leaf, stored in the original building that was built in 1928.
Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali, Denpasar
Museum founded by Yayasan Bali Museum in December 8, 1932, storing archaeological items and a collection of ethnographical.
Museum Le Mayeur, Sanur
A memorial museum that immortalize the memory of a couple of lovers named Le Mayeur and Ni Polok. All the collections are Le Mayeur's paintings.
Museum Manusa Yadnya, Taman Ayun
Here you will find in detail items that connect with the human life process, from the womb until the death.
Museum Subak, Tabanan
As a regency having been known as Bali's "rice ware-house", it is no wonder that it has a Museum Subak. Of course, the collection is items that have a connection with agricultural world, especially in the watering system which is very typical in Bali, called Subak.
Museum Gedong Arca, Gianyar
This museum is situated in the Bedulu Village. The collection consists of archeological items that reflect history of Balinese cultural development.
Museum Neka, Ubud
This museum stores fine arts from the Kamasan style of the 16th century until the modern painting in 20th century. All the collection is displayed chronologically, so it is able to describe the development of Bali fine art historically, from the oldest time until the influence of the foreign arts that enrich the Balinese fine art.
Museum Seni Lukis Klasik, Klungkung
The owner of this museum, Nyoman Gunarsa, exhibit his masterpiece works to complete the museum collection that documented the classical paintings of Bali. The museum is located in Banda village.
Museum Nyoman Rudana, Ubud
This three storey museum in Mas village, takes Tri Angga conception, that is three parts of human body; head, body, and legs. The collection consist of some works of Balinese painters from the glory of Klungkung Kingdom until this very day.
Museum Agung Rai, Ubud
With the concept of a "living museum", the Museum Agung Rai displays paintings and provides a presentation stage for various stage art, it is a place for karawitan. The arts completed with library and book gallery, hotel, restaurant, cafe, and coffee shop. Standing in six hectares of land, the museum directly provides special Ubud views, with rice fields and trenches that become part of the museum.
Museum Manusia Purba, Gilimanuk
Founded in 1990s, in the western end of Bali Island. It began with archaeological observation R.P. Soejoeno of Bali Archaeological Service. In 1962 in Dukuh Cekik which estimated that approximately 2000 years ago there lived a group of society from the stone age for 200 years in the area where the museum is located.
Museum Rudana Fine Art Gallery
The Rudana Museum was established in 1995, with the main aim of providing an outstanding collection of paintings for the public to study and enjoy. Its presence must also be considered as complementing the existing total of fine art museums, which are much needed in order to improve the community's level in the appreciation of the arts. Collections of artwork and the social history of the nation, which the future younger generations can inherit, are preserved in this Museum.
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