The National Museum of Art of Romania
King Ferdinand and Queen Marie – Father-Figures of Greater Romania

King Ferdinand and Queen Marie – Father-Figures of Greater Romania

From 18 July 2019 10:00 until 25 September 2019 18:00
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History enthusiasts should not miss the exhibition “King Ferdinand and Queen Marie”, a new occasion to learn more about two of the founding figures of Greater Romania.

Portraits on display are the work of well-known Romanian and foreign artists (Milița Pătrașcu, Ipolit Strâmbu, Nicolae Vermont, Costin Petrescu, and Philip de Laszlo, Alfred Schwartz, Albertine Ruprecht respectively).

The selection highlights the role of painting, sculpture and graphic arts in shaping the country’s identity, of which the Royal family is an integral part.

Partners: Ferdinand I National Military Museum, Romanian Peasant Museum, "Costin Petrescu" Memorial House, Romanian Academy Library

National Gallery – Ground floor

Visiting hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Last admission: 5:30 PM

For a broader understanding of Romanian history, we recommend that visitors also take a tour of the Historical Spaces of the Royal Palace (open every Tuesday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM).

Free entrance