The National Museum of Art of Romania
Romanian Modern Art Gallery

Romanian Modern Art Gallery

The Romanian Modern Art Gallery tells the story of Romanian art from the mid-nineteenth to the late twentieth century. Representative works by Theodor Aman, Nicolae Grigorescu, Ioan Andreescu, Theodor Pallady among others, illustrate connections with contemporary French painting while those of M.H. Maxy, Marcel Ianco, Victor Brauner trace the contribution of Romanian art to the European avant-garde of the 1920s and 1930s. Early sculptures by Brancusi reveal the master’s will to break away from academic tradition and find a way of his own. 

WOOD GOLD LIGHT. #MAITEC. SULTANA&OVIDIU. DANA&STEPHANE

WOOD GOLD LIGHT. #MAITEC. SULTANA&OVIDIU. DANA&STEPHANE

Curator: Irina Ungureanu
National Gallery, Ground Floor
31 October 2019 – 30 January 2020
Organisers: The National Museum of Art of Romania, Maitec Association, Bucharest Mayor’s Office through the Administration of Monuments and Tourist Heritage, Expo Arte Cultural Centre
Visiting hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 10.00 – 18.00 hrs.
Last admission: 17.00 hrs.
Tickets: 10 lei (concessions apply)
Free admission: first Wednesday of the month

Theodor Pallady Museum

Theodor Pallady Museum

The museum brings centre stage a core selection of paintings by Theodor Pallady. Together with over 800 prints and drawings from the artist’s Parisian years, these are part of the Serafina and Gheorghe Răut collection, donated to the Romanian state at the end of the 1960s. The collection also comprises French, Dutch, English and Spanish paintings, European furniture and sculpture and a host of various objets d’art which speak eloquently about the manner in which Romanian inter-war intellectuals tried to emulate general trends.