Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics
The museum in Jakarta is located in the eastern side of the square Fathallah is dedicated to display the traditional Fine Arts and Ceramics has been completed Aaltv building on January 12, 1870
The museum also displays traditional ceramic pieces and contemporary from different parts of Indonesia also presents the ceramic collections from China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and Europe.
The museum was used in the past Kmhdja Indonesian military then used the building as the West Mayor Jakarta office in 1974 and then was the use of the building as an office for the Museum of Jakarta and the Department of History and then officially the building on behalf of the Fine Arts and Ceramics Museum opened by President Suharto on August 20, 1976
Traditional crafts museum in Indonesia displays and displays paintings by painters such as Andonisan romantic painter Raden Saleh and Expressionist painter painter Affandi and displays the work of artists in the rooms arranged as follows:
Raden Saleh era room (1880-1890m) and Indian Chamber of Gelta 1920 room Bersagii 1930 and the Japanese Chamber of 1942-1945 m room Binderyan Sanjar (the founder of the Art Studio) 1945 room of Contemporary Art 1960
On Tuesday and Thursday the museum is open from 9:00 pm – 15:00
Friday: 9:00 am – 14:00
Saturday: The time from 9:00 to 12:30
Sunday: The time 9:00 to 13:00
Closed on Monday and national holidays
A reminder of the price of entry to the museum for adults: Rs 3000
Students: Rs 1000
A group of students: 750 Rs.
Children: 650 Rs.