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The Blanco Renaissance Museum is a museum located in Ubud on Bali, Indonesia that opened December 28, 1998.
|Monday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
I love museum. But be very careful if you go with your children. There are lots of nude painting... But the museum itself its worth to visit...
A unique place...perhaps not the most interesting and varied art collection as all the work is mostly of the same subject; but worth a visit .
Some beautiful artwork! All though because they were all by one painter a little bit one sided. The creative frames around all the paintings made it special and the history of the artist was really interesting as well.
Wow. I usually don't like art museums and just go for my girlfriend but I really enjoyed this. A lot of suggestive erotica got my blood pumping haha. Very entertaining. Beautiful gardens here too with some exotic birds to hold. You receive a drink of iced hibiscus tea at the end which was a bonus. The history of the man behind the art is also fascinating so read up on it.
quite pleasant and peaceful; those of heightened sensibilities should be forewarned that the material is among the more sexually explicit out there (tastefully done, by and large)
What a great museum! I visited it 3 years ago. But it is not for children because there are so many naked painting. There are cute birds also, and you can take picture with them.
A lot of painting we can see here,good for group talk in the garden too. Good view and friendly staff
Museum about"the Dali from Bali". Impressive building and big collection. Nice garden to sit and have a rest.
This is the amazing story that you have to enjoy and I hope you can witness the journey through the painter through its wonderful paintings. Mr Blanco was a lovely father and a very good husband and a very happy person. Travelled to Indonesia from far away and to find a wonderful land with mesmerising amazing looking women and aroused as no one around there. The only thing we have seen in the past are a few days away from the happening in history. The place is pretty good and it's a very happy and satisfied little one with the weather here in blue skies and scenery.
It's such a beautiful place! Its bring us to Blanco's world fantasy. The staff there are also very friendly. I love this place very much
Blanco was an over-indulged pervert with some talent but painted only variations of nude women in his limited style. The Dali of Bali... in his own mind only! Museum is only worth a visit if you want to climb to the roof of the house for some decent views of Ubud.
Pictures were good. Never heard of Blanco previously but I enjoyed the art a great deal. However, three pictures were poorly and oddly lit which detracted from them a bit. Not sure why the birds were in cages.
A big villa of Blanco was transformed in the museum of his works. Wonderful paintings. Garden with coffee shop, view, parrots, in the shop paintings are available to be bought
Incredible museum and grounds, the birds are also amazing. I was totally blown away but the art and the building. If you love art its a must see, to learn what this man and his son and family have done and are doing for art and bird preservation is extrordinary, the world needs more people like this. 5 stars for me
Its like a journey to the past, era 70 - 80, great paintings, a genius with extraordinary visions. The house was enormous, plenty of rooms, they have a wonderful cafe but still under construction. The menu served on my last visit is very very nice and affordable.
If you absolutely love erotic abstract art, you might like this museum. I actually spent some time here to understand and admire the paintings. The museum is well organized and well maintained. The staffs are professional and helpful at the same time.
Spectacular paintings by famous maestro Antonio Blanco. There are about 100 paintings in 2 storey building showing his best works. A guide gave us a tour explaining details of every painting which really opened our eyes to understand Blanco's technique and work. A great place to spend 1 to 1.5 hour. Entrance ticket IDR 30k which I think real worth of experience.