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O Museu de Laca em Münster é um pequeno museu dedicado à história e arte da laca. O museu está localizado em um pequeno prédio no centro da cidade de Münster e é aberto ao público de terça a domingo. O museu possui uma coleção de mais de 200 peças de laca, variando de laca chinesa antiga a laca européia moderna. O museu também possui uma pequena biblioteca com livros sobre a história e a arte de lacarware.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
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🗣️ Museum of Lacquer Ware: Opiniões
These museums are really worth it! The media show is particularly recommended. Thanks to the very attentive staff
Very informative. Worth seeing!!
An unusual but well worth seeing museum with free entry.
Interesting you can hardly believe what you can see and what there is. Anyone interested in Asian art and craftsmanship should check out the exhibition. Free entry.
Very nice exhibition
Very interesting museum. Highly recommended for people interested in art.
Visitei várias vezes: um dos grandes museus do mundo, especialmente porque reúne itens de laca e japoneses de todo o mundo. Excelente artesanato e lições na história cultural ao mesmo tempo. Estou ansioso para visitar novamente - quando eu puder.
Um tipo diferente de meuseum que contém história e arte na forma de arte lacqure.
The museum is located in an old villa not far from the train station. Accessibility is therefore very good. The permanent exhibition shows lacquer art from different regions, such as Korean, China and Russia, on two floors. The objects on display are of different nature, from cans for incense to cupboards and chests. We visited the lacquer museum as part of the special exhibition "Breaking out of Tradition. Japanese Lacquer 1890-1950" in cooperation with the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. The special exhibition showed really beautiful objects of Japanese lacquer art. However, the special exhibition was located in the basement and therefore had to struggle with the lighting. The lighting with spots was sometimes not good for the objects. The exhibition was quite dark, which made it difficult to find the exhibit numbers, for example. Furthermore, the spots on some objects were set in such a way that when you stood in front of the plant you took away the light. This lighting was explained with the preservation of the paintwork and the damaging effect of glaring lighting. Overall, we are satisfied with the special exhibition, but we would have liked a little more light.
Very interesting come back again
Nice objects, nice staff, very good tour of the special exhibition.
Very interesting for people who appreciate handicrafts and art.
It was free, art on the furniture was very nice, I liked Persian Qalamdan best
On a weekend trip to Münster, we came across the Museum of Lacquer Art through the travel guide, which we also visited. On two floors you will find many exhibits with a wide variety of painting techniques, some of which date back to the 16th century. Many pieces are bowls and vessels from Asia, decorated with black lacquer and gold. Handicrafts and unique items that have been made very elaborately in several work steps, very filigree and by the highest procession. The visit was worth it.
It's worth a visit
Very nice museum.
An unusual collection of lacquer art through the art eras and the continents! Worth seeing!
Small nice museum. Unfortunately, the labeling is mostly difficult to read. I like a directly assigned description much better anyway.
Very nice information from the staff
Impressive collection and very open Mitarbeiter.Obwohl I have no idea of paint it was very exciting.
The paint museum is a small but very beautiful and interesting museum. The exhibits come from Japan, China, Cambodia and Vietnam. But European lacquer art from France, Russia and Germany will also be shown. You learn something about the production of the pieces. I was surprised how complex it is to manufacture. The museum staff are very friendly and knowledgeable and are happy to answer questions. I liked it a lot and I'm happy to have discovered this beautiful museum.
Highest level of craftsmanship, actually arts and crafts. Absolutely worth seeing.
Nice exhibition and top support with background information from the museum staff :)
Museu muito interessante
Very beautiful here!
Worth visiting. Wonderful exhibits.
A nice little museum, an interesting exposition. You can have a good time and relax in the air-conditioned room.
I was overwhelmed
Small, fine collection, especially of Japanese lacquer art - free entry on Tuesdays
You definitely have to get involved with the subject. Otherwise, you walk through the rooms in a bit of amazement and wonder what is so special about lacquers. The almost frighteningly motivated and well-informed employees are also happy to get you started - above all the lady at the entrance. Definitely an interesting museum variant.
Was pleasantly surprised how high quality the collection is
If lacquer miniature is close to you - you are here! European, Russian varnishes. East. Porcelain miniature. Amazing collection of works
Interesting exhibition of different cultures. Something for everyone. Historical and modern pieces included, great! Nice staff at the cash desk.
Este é um ótimo museu, eles mostram um estilo de arte japonês que era principalmente no século XIX. Ainda é feito hoje, mas a quantidade é menor. Para 3 euros, isso é uma boa ver. Planeje 45 minutos a uma hora.
Very good exhibition. Quiet and not overcrowded. All exhibits can be admired in peace and in a pleasant atmosphere.
Nice little museum about lacquer art. A quiet oasis when Münster is overcrowded again. Not far from the main train station.
Nice museum and also something for my youngest son (8 years old) he was totally thrilled (and something already 4-5 times in this world) THANK YOU
Beautiful museum with interesting objects from Japan, China, Russia and the Arab world. The outside staircase has red lacquer that appears to be running down the steps. Years ago, that was what got me really curious about the exhibits - my expectations were far exceeded. For the annual "Showroom" 2018, very interesting guided tours took place in the Japanese area, where even people enthusiastic about Japan could learn and experience a lot. Both about lacquer, its origin and distribution at that time and its use today, as well as about Japan and its culture. This museum is always worth a visit.
Exposições interessantes, recém -chegados regulamentares, série duas vezes por ano de concertos interessantes com música clássica e jazz
Insider tip: Many don't know the museum.
Unique highlight in Münster
Very nice exhibits, especially the Asian part of the exhibition.
Ótimo museu! Bela coleção de obras de arte e uma atividade maravilhosa para um dia chuvoso. A turnê guiada de áudio (usando fones de ouvido) em inglês foi excelente!
My visit to the Lacquer Museum Honestly, I had imagined the museum differently, but I was really surprised. Since I didn't get any information in advance, I was able to enter the museum without prejudice. What I was offered there I found to be true art, even if it is in the eye of the beholder. This wasn't my last visit, although it was my first. I can only recommend anyone who comes to Münster to visit a museum to take a look inside.
Nice people. Silent museum.