'Potret Sumilah' by Soedibio, 1949 and 'Perempuan Berkebaya Kuning' by Sumardo, 1964.

A rare opportunity to see and appreciate the Presidential Palace art collection.

Adelia Anjani Putri   03 Agustus 2017 13:39

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'Penari Wanita Kalimantan Timur & Penari Pria Kalimantan Timur' by Wardoyo.

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The National Gallery is holding a temporary exhibition of paintings usually displayed in Presidential Palaces throughout the country.

Titled ‘Senandung Ibu Pertiwi’ (The Motherland’s Song), the exhibition presents 48 paintings from 41 artists, including arguably the most famous painting of Basoeki Abdullah, ‘Nyi Roro Kidul’.

The exhibition is open from Aug. 1 to 31 (except during National Holidays), from 10. a.m to 7 p.m.. Admission is free of charge.

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