The National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei) is located in the Royal Palace in Bucharest (Palatul Regal din Bucuresti). The museum contains collections of medieval and modern art from both Romanian and international artists.
The Museum of Art Collections is a branch of the Art Museum and it is located in the neighboring Romanit Palace. The museum from the Romanit palace contains various collections donated to the Romanian state in early XXth century.
The Royal Palace in the XIX century
The Romanian Royal family in the throne room
Old postcards – the Royal Palace in the background
In April 1944, Bucharest fell to carpet-bombing by the Allies which heavily damaged the palace, destroyed hundreds of buildings anda houses in Bucharest and killed thousands of civilians.
Nude by Romanian sculptor Stefan Ionescu
Sculpture by Romanian artist Ioan Georgescu
Romania’s coat of arms – royal standard
Oscar Han – Sarutul (The Kiss)
The Throne Room
Museum of Art Collections (Muzeul Colectiilor de Arta)
A few of the works located in the National Art Museum
Scene from the 1877 Independence war (Romanian principalities – Ottoman empire)
Pe terasa la Sinaia (on the terrace in Sinaia)