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Visit the Art Museums from Neamt County

22 October 2010 No Comment

visit-art-museums-neamtFor those that have a passion for art, Neamt County offers the possibility to admire quality works in the local art museums. Grigorescu, Tonitza or Iulia Halaucescu are just some of the artists that shaped the Romanian art and that you can admire in the Art Museums from Neamt County.

In these museums you’ll have the chance of admiring paintings, graphic works, ornamental art, abstract art with geometrical shapes, sculptures and more. Visit the Art Museums from Neamt County and discover an impressive art collection.

The Art Museum from Piatra Neamt – represents a panoramic vision of the evolution of art (paintings, graphics, sculptures, tapestries) made by Romanian artists at the end of the XX century. In works of sculptors like Ion Irimescu and Ion Jalea, painters like Gh Petrascu, Fr Sirato, N Tonitza, Corneliu Baba we can see the period between the two World Wars – a period marked by the incidence of the European currents evolved in the XX century.

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 painted in 1884 by Epaminondra Bucevschi at the request of Melchisedec Stefanescu. 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 Art Museum Iulia Halaucescu from Tarcau – Neamt County – was first opened in November 2003 in the village Tarcau, in the building where the old school was. The museum is formed by six rooms that host 120 art works and personal belongings of Iulia Halaucescu. All that can be seen in the museum was donated by the painter to her birth village Tarcau.

The Religious Collection from Agapia Monastery, Neamt County – The second room of the museum is dedicated to the great painter Nicolae Grigorescu. In this room you’ll see 29 original works of the painter made in the period while he was painting the church from Agapia Monastery. The objects are represented by 5 paintings, icons, procession prapur and an epitaph.

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