Puri Lukisan Bali Popular as Ubud Painting Museum
Ubud Panting Museum or Puri Lukisan is a beautiful painting museum located about 200 meters from Puri Saren / Ubud Palace and it is dissociated by dell, climb a piece of wide plain with beautiful view. Puri Lukisan is situated in calm and peaceful area of Ubud Bali so that this place is an ideal place for who wish to see and enjoy result of art from all big actor like I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Ida Bagus Nyana, Anak Agung Gde Sobrat, I Gusti Made Deblog, Rudof Bonnet, Walter Spies and more. Furthermore, Ubud Painting Museum is appointed as one of tourist destinations in Bali by local government so that tourists can visit and have a look the masterpiece from the world class painter. This museum is well know in the the tourism sector even this site has been appointed in the Ubud Tour itinerary.
Ubud Painting Museum
Ubud Painting Museum is opened in the year 1956 by minister of Education and Culture, Mr. Moh. Yamin. This museum is consisted of three special buildings in U-shape. In the middle of this museum is the courtyard and fishpond with the beautiful lotus flower. The building no 1 is a place for a permanent exhibition of puppets dressy or puppets style painting. This building is collecting the painting from I Gusti Nyoman Lempad and the clarification about the existence of Pita Maha Organization. The Building no. 2 is also a place for permanent exhibition or still from masterpiece result of all artist of Balinese modern dressy style. The Building no.3 is for a temporary exhibition.
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Other Painting Museums in Ubud
Puri Lukisan is the only one museum in Ubud Village. However, there are 4 new painting museums in Ubud sub district area until year of 2003. Those museums are: Puri Lukisan Museum, Neka Museum, Arma Museum as well as Rudana Museum.
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PUBLIC FACILITIES AT UBUD PAINTING MUSEUM
- Parking Area
- Public Toilet and furthermore
- Entrance Fee – Charge and furthermore
- Local Guide and furthermore