Belgian painter,whose wife were Balenese dancer,left a lot of remarkable paintings.Most of his painting's model were his wife Ni Pollok.You must visit here.
It is an interesting but very hot and small museum located where the boats leave dor the islands. You can see the whole thing in about ten minutes. If you are up that way, then pop in but I would not bother to make a special trip.
This museum isn't big, but it is a nice change from the busy steets of Sanur. With some imagination, you can feel how Le Mayeur lived in this house when Sanur was still a small village.
A short visit to the Le Mayeur Museum located at the end of Jl. Hang Tuahnot not only offered us the opportunity to view the diverse work of a Master, but also provided a window to the rich traditions of a bygone era. I agree that the place (and the art pieces and artifacts) could be maintained better, but if... 更多
As much as I agree with other reviews noting the deterioration of the artworks, this is no reason to avoid this incredible piece of history. This house, garden and the artworks MUST be saved for all times. Le Mayeur was a master, his work must be saved.
A fascinating scenario for the romantic lifes of a painter and his balinese wife and muse. If you're in Sanur it is worth a visit. The museum itself is not looked after very well and many of the paints and photographs are spoiled by wind, salt and lights, but it is a good opportunity to visit a rich traditional balinese... 更多
Not quite frozen in time, but a wonderful view of the life and works of the artist and his muse. WE can see the living spaces, the studio, where they entertained , the view to the beach, and gain some understanding of what life might have been like all those years ago.
As other reviwers have already noted, the museum is worn, and Le Mayer's art in slow decay, but it is still interesting to see how he and his wife lived and experience the art. See it while you still can.