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The Neka Art Museum lies right off a busy street, but once we entered it felt like we were transported to a serene place. Surprisingly, there were hardly any visitors on the afternoon in which we visited, even though the town of Ubud was bustling...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit here. The pavilions are attractive and spread through some lovely gardens. It was very quiet and peaceful on the morning we went. The art was very interesting - I particularly enjoyed the Balinese art in the first pavilion, especially the Batuan...More
The museum/art gallery is a great visit in Ubud - we came on our final day looking for something easy to do and expected to spend less than an hour here. We ended up spending a good 2 hours at least taking it all in....More
This museum was very easy to visit due to the small texts beside the paintings. I can really recommend this place if the sun is hot or on a rainy day. Don't miss the fifth hall of contemporary paintings from other ethnic groups in Indonesia....More
Set in multiple buildings and floors, huge range of paintings from early Balinese style through to showing the influence of well known European artists. English signs on every piece in English and Japanese. You need to allow several hours to see it properly. No wifi...More
I think you'll find that almost all of Arie Smit's paintings are in Neka Museum. For many of Arie's final years he was tended to by Neka and during the last decade or so of his rich life, Arie lived in Villa Sanggingan... More
I think you'll find that almost all of Arie Smit's paintings are in Neka Museum. For many of Arie's final years he was tended to by Neka and during the last decade or so of his rich life, Arie lived in Villa Sanggingan, just about 100 metres down the hill on Jalan Raya Sanggingan. Villa Sanggingan is also owned by Pak Neka who is the proprietor and chief collector of Neka Museum. For these reasons, Neka has most of Arie Smit's paintings on display in his museum. I hope that helps poxavier, even though I am late in responding. Cheers.