Romania - Explore the carpatian garden


The congress will be hosted in one of the landmarks of Romania, "The National Art Museum" located in the very downtown of the city just across the famous Romanian Athenaeum .

The National Museum of Art of Romania, Auditorium Hall

1, Stirbei Voda Street, Bucharest

At the Palace where art reigns...

The National Museum of Art of Romania hosts three art galleries and has a short, but impressive royal past. The European Art Gallery, the Romanian Medieval Art Gallery and the Romanian Modern Art Gallery bring together art works exhibited in an attractive, modern manner, thus turning a visit to the museum into an enjoyable and instructive way of spending time.

History of the palace

1837 - Wallachian Prince Alexandru Ghica moves his official residence to the large mansion built between 1812 and 1820 by boyar Dinicu Golescu on the site of the present-day south wing of the Museum.

1950 - 1954 - On 20 May 1950, the National Gallery, displaying works by famous Romanian artists, is officially inaugurated. Over the following four years the Foreign Art Gallery, exhibiting both European and Oriental art, and the Department of Romanian Medieval Art are established.

1990 - 2000 - The permanent display of the Museum is closed to the public, as the building undergoes extensive restoration, including the overall refurbishment of the exhibition areas in compliance with the latest conservation standards.

2000 - The Gallery of European Art is the first to reopen for visitors. The Gallery of Romanian Modern Art and the Gallery of Romanian Medieval Art follow suit in 2001 and 2002 , respectively.

We would like to invite you to visit some European Art Gallery and the National Collections:

  • Drawing and paints
  • Decorative Arts
  • Oriental Art

"Portrait of a Peasant Girl"
Nicolae Grigorescu

"Costume Party"
Theodor Aman

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