Bucharest

Theodor Pallady Museum

  Str. Spătarului 22 ,   Dacia          (+4) 021 211 49 79     more than a year ago
Theodor Pallady (1871 - 1953) was an early Cubist artist widely regarded as Romania's most influential 20th century painter. Schooled in Dresden and Paris, Pallady was influenced by the Symbolist environment of the late 19th century, and his paintings before 1916 contain Symbolist motifs, sometimes with echoes of Moreau and Puvis de Chavannes. Alas the small museum that today bears his name has only six of his paintings, a couple of his sketches and assorted other art. The museum's saving grace is the house in which it is hosted: the oldest in Bucharest. Originally called the Casa Melik, it was built around 1750 by the rich Armenian Hagi Kevork Nazaretoglu. Walk over the enchantingly creaky wooden floors and admire the decorated tavane (ceilings).

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Open May-September 11:00-19:00. Closed Mon, Tue. Open October-April 10:00-18:00. Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 10 lei, students and children 2.50 lei.

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