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The Art Museum of Roman – Neamt County

24 September 2009 No Comment

muzeul-arta-roman-neamtAddress: Str. Mihai Eminescu no3, Roman, Neamt County, postal code 610028

Tel: +(40) 233 744 211
Founded: 1957
Category: Art Museum
The Program for Visits:
daily: 09-17  (October – March)
10-18 (April – September)
Monday: closed

Short description
The Art Museum from Roman was open for the public in 1957 and in the beginning had only one painting to exhibit. The painting was “Stefan the Great” and it was realized in 1884 by Epaminondra Bucevschi at the request of Melchisedec Stefanescu. Initially the museum was located in the same building with the History Museum, but since 1970 it was moved in a building of its own which was built at the end of the XIX century – the building that hosts the museum is a national architecture monument.

The 642 objects that the museum exhibits are displayed in 6 rooms and it gathers works of art in the form of paintings, graphics, sculpture and ornament art. The collection leverages the Romanian art created by artists near the town of Roman. Among the artists that have their works exposed in the museum we can list: Maria Ciurdea Steurer, Iosif Steurer, Stavru Tarasov, Jean Cosmovici, Constantin Isachie, Nicu Enea.

The main exhibition also has an important number of works from the artists Gh. Iliescu, Adrian Secoseanu, Petre Hartopeanu, Corina Lecca, Rodica Bondi, Clement Pompiliu, Iulia Halaucescu, Stefan Hotnog, Victor-Mihailescu Craiu, Ligia Macovei, Gh. Saru, Spiru Chintila, Ion Salisteanu.
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