Le Mayeur Museum, Sanur
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Browse the collection of art at Le Mayeur Museum, the former home of Belgian painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres. The collection includes both the artist's own works and his collection of Balinese cultural artifacts. Although Le Mayeur only intended to visit Bali for a few months in 1932, he stayed for good after falling in love with a young legong dancer who became his lifelong muse. Sadly, the sea air has damaged the poorly protected paintings, but even faded, they still display the artist's great skill. With our international travel planner, Denpasar attractions like Le Mayeur Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Malheureusement, ça ne vaut pas le coup d'aller voir les oeuvres de M Le Mayeur. Elles ont été belles un jour, mais sans aucun entretien, elles s'effacent. L'entrée de 20 000 rupies, cher pour le pays... read more »Unfortunately, it's not worth it to go see the works of M Le Mayeur. They were beautiful one day, but without any maintenance, they disappear. The entrance of 20 000 Lakhs, expensive for the country, is not reinvested in conservation.show original
Das vom belgischen Maler Le Mayeur und seiner balinesischen Frau gebaute erste Haus im Bali-Stil ist an sich sehenswert und beherbergt eine schöne Sammlung seiner Werke mit Motiven aus der GegendThe first house built by the Belgian artist Le Mayeur and his Balinese wife, Bali-style is in itself worth a visit and is home to a fine collection of his works with motifs from the areashow original
Tolle Bilder kann man bestaunen, die Lage etwas versteckt. Auch den Garten besuchen lohnt sich. Insgesamt ist das Museum nicht sehr großGreat pictures you can see, the situation somewhat hidden. The garden visit is worthwhile. Overall, the Museum is not very largeshow original
Aloha great place to visit amazing place to visit..they also have accomadation pollock right on the beach
Peaceful.Lovely old buildings of Bali. Serenity. Well worth the visit.
Great unknown place and artist in Bali! Paintings are beautiful and wooden carved furnitures and facades are gorgeous detailed works, but unfortunately the whole house became museum is not well maintained and preserved. Paintings are exposed to humidity etc and furnitures r dusty and less appreciated as art pieces and antiques. Cheap entrance fee and should be taken more seriously. Still an inspiring place anyways...
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