Thursday, March 23, 2017

232. More Art at the Zambaccian Museum



The Zambaccian Museum is an annex of the National Art Museum of Romania and housed in the former home of Krikor Zambaccian (1889 –1962), a businessman and art collector. The museum was founded in 1947, closed by the Ceau┼čescu regime in 1977, and re-opened in 1992.


This is a traditional merchant house, built in the second half of the 18th century - it is one of the earliest surviving examples of typical residential Bucharest architecture - and the only one open to the public as a museum.
 


 Four Nude Studies - Theodor Pallady - 1871-1956

 Self Portrait - Theodor Aman - 1831-1891

 Portrait of a Jew - Nicolae Grigorescu - 1838-1907


 Portrait of a Woman - Nicholae Grigorescu

Portrait of Milica Mohor - Nicholae Tonitza - 1886-1940
 

 Nina Wearing Green - Nicholae Tonitza

 Roses - Stefan Luchian - 1868-1916


 Lorica - Stefan Luchian

The Kobza Player - Stefan Luchian
 

 K.H. Zambaccian - Corneliu Baba - 1906-1997

 
 Landscape - anonymous - 19th C


 Self-Portrait - Petre Iorgulescu-Yor - 1890-1939

 
 Madonna and Child - Baugin Lubin - 1610-1663
 

 Woman with a Yellow Hat - Alexandru Ciucurencu - 1903-1977

 Woman with Guitar - Alexandru Ciucurencu




Tartar Woman - Iosif Iser - 1881-1958