Neka Art Museum, one of the finest museums on the island, boasts a collection of fine art inspired by Bali, but over the years the museum has expanded its scope to include other works from Indonesia to show the place of Balinese art within the wider national context. The first hall is the Balinese Painting Hall. In this hall one can appreciate ancient puppet style paintings that have narrative scenes from Indian epics, Balinese-Javanese literature, and almanac. Ubud style paintings such as the works of Anak Agung Gede Sobrat and Ida Bagus Made Poleng can also be seen in this hall. The works of Ida Bagus Made Widja, Batuan style paintings, created in 1930’s also hanging on the display wall. In this hall, one can also appreciate a collection of modern adaptation of Batuan style painting by I Wayan Bendi.

Visiting Hours :
Monday-Saturday : 9am – 5pm  // Sunday: Noon – 5pm
Closed: Nation Holiday
Admission Fees is Rp. 50.000 Adults and Free for children 12 and under

Jl. Raya Campuhan Kedewatan Village, Ubud
Gianyar Bali 80571
Email : info@museumneka.com
http://www.museumneka.com/

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