Theodor Aman (1831-1891) took painting lessons in Paris, later becoming one of the most famous Romanian artists. For a period of time he was the manager and professor of the National Belle-Arte School from Bucharest. He was a great painter, engraver and sculptor.
The two medallions placed on the main facade of the museum are made by the artist himself and represent Michelangelo and Leonardo.
The museum, which in fact is the former house of Theodor Aman built after his drawings, exhibits the works of the artist, among them big historical paintings, portraits as the artist excelled in this field, engravings and furniture carved by Theodor Aman who lived in this building.
The former workshop of the artist is to be visited as well a room which exhibits personal belongings of the artist such as his tools.
The Schedule of the Memorial Theodor Aman Museum:
Tuesday – Sunday: 09:00 – 17:00
Address: 8 C.A. Rosseti Street[Gallery not found]