The European Art Gallery At The National Museum of Art of Romania

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This week I visited the National Museum in Bucharest. I chose the European Art Exhibition. I was very interested in this museum and always wanted to see it.

Many of us love traveling on the Wanderlog team, so naturally we’re always on the hunt find the most popular spots anytime we travel somewhere new. With favorites like AncaPoterasu Gallery, The National Museum of Art of Romania, and AiurART and more, get ready to experience the best places in Bucharest.

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The National Museum of Art of Romania showcases the most important and the most comprehensive collection of fine artworks in the country. The proximity to the Romanian Athenaeum enhances the tourist visibility of the museum. Through all it represents, the museum is definitely a must-see touristic objectives wile in Bucharest.

The European Art Gallery, the Romanian Medieval Art Gallery and the Romanian Modern Art Gallery bring together artworks exhibited in an attractive, modern manner, thus turning a visit to the National Museum of Art into an enjoyable and instructive way of spending time experience.

With a collection of impressive works of art, divided into three major categories: Old Romanian Art Gallery, Modern Romanian Art Gallery and European Art Gallery, the National Art Museum of Romania represents one of the most pleasant and recreational ways to spend an afternoon in the Romanian Capital city. Among the most important artists who exhibited their works in this museum one can find Constantin Brancusi, Rembrandt, Monet, Rubens and Tintoretto.
The Gallery hosts Romania’s premier collection of European art. In time, the Picture Gallery of King Carol I was complemented with works from various the Ioan and Dr. Nicolae Kalinderu, Toma Stelian, Anastasie Simu, and Al. Saint-Georges collections along side paintings from the Bucharest Municipal Picture Gallery. After 1950 the collection continued to grow through donations and acquisitions.

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Paintings and sculptures reflect developments of important European schools in chronological order. Paintings by Domenico Veneziano, Jacopo Bassano, Bronzino, Tintoretto and Luca Giordano tell a story of Italian art throughout nearly four centuries, while those of Rembrandt and Jan Davidsz de Heem remind visitors of the Golden Age of Dutch art. Flemish art of the 17th century is particularly well represented through works by Pieter Paul Rubens, Pieter van Mol, Pieter Brueghel the Younger and Jan Brueghel the Elder. Spanish school highlights focus on three El Greco paintings illustrative of his career development. The German school includes works by Lucas Cranach the Elder and Hans von Aachen, whereas the French one brings center stage paintings by famous 19th century artists such as Claude Monet, Paul Signac and Alfred Sisley alongside sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Camille Claudel and Antoine Bourdelle.

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