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Museum Le Mayeur in Sanur
Indonesia

Le Mayeur was a Belgian painter (1880 - 1958), who spent the last part of his life in Bali. His house is still in its original condition and was made into a museum, where about 80 of his paintings are on display together with a collection of Balinese Art and artifacts.

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