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Don Antonio Blanco Museum, Ubud

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Visit Don Antonio Blanco Museum, a cultural center dedicated to the artist, his work, and his place in the artistic heritage of Bali. Born in Manilla to Spanish parents, the artist traveled extensively before settling in Bali and creating some of his most acclaimed paintings. Set in the home Blanco built for his family, the museum features an extensive range of works, documents, and artifacts in its well-maintained buildings and offers views of the surrounding landscape that had such a great effect on the work of the painter. Put Don Antonio Blanco Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Ubud travel itinerary planner.
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  • Wonderfully flamboyant & colourful museum featuring the numerous mediums of Antonio Blanco, an artist who immersed himself & spent the bulk of his life on 'The Island of the Gods' Set amongst...  more »
  • Located amongst paddy fields and ravines in regency of gianyar, this museum has the colorful life and baroque-erotic work of the incredible artist Don Antonio Blanco. there's temple, restaurant, gift....  more »
  • A nice clean area to walk around and see paintings of a woman. Some paintings are nude paints so may not be appropriate for kids depending on Indonesian culture but overall nice painting though I may not be an art master, I still able to say that. The atmosphere is great, and it has place to take pictures with birds too
  • Interesting museum consisting of a downstairs room, and upstairs room, two balconies and around 3 other smaller rooms containing various paintings of Blanco's. Only a small amount of them have artists notes. The building alone is worth the 100k entry fee. No photos allowed inside the building and you will be escorted around to view the paintings. Upon exiting you have an opportunity to take photos with some beautiful birds, they are all very friendly and seem to be well loved, I witnessed several staff members sweet talking and kissing them and the birds we responsive to our sweet talking too. They are not caged nor tied down.

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