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Ligia Macovei and the poetry of Tudor Arghezi

Ligia Macovei and the poetry of Tudor Arghezi     The “Ligia and Pompiliu Macovei Art Collection” contains hundreds of works signed by the artist, made in various techniques (oil, mixed media, watercolor and gouache). While she is famous for the illustrations of Eminescu’s lyricism, her contribution to the poetic creation of Tudor Arghezi must […]

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 LIFE IN SOUTHEAST ROMANIA 6500 YEARS AGO

EXHIBITION EVENT AT SUȚU PALACE    LIFE IN SOUTHEAST ROMANIA 6500 YEARS AGO   The Gumelnița culture, named after the research undertaken in Romania in the eponymous tell from Gumelnița (located near the left bank of the Danube, near to the city of Oltenița, Călărași county), defines the beginning of the Eneolithic era in Romania, […]

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Tudor Vladimirescu and the Cultural Memory of the Revolution of 1821

Thematic exhibition at the Suțu Palace Tudor Vladimirescu and the Cultural Memory of the Revolution of 1821   The moment of 1821 has a special significance in the Romanian historiography, given by the voluminous bibliography dedicated both to the development of the events, and to the personality of Tudor Vladimirescu, the leader of the revolution. […]

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The Stone in the Age of Man

Exhibition at Filipescu-Cesianu House The Stone in the Age of Man     The stone has always accompanied Man. The history of their relationship is lost in the mists of time, and a large part of humanity’s existence is inextricably linked to the technologies used by Man to process the Stone. The carved ax from […]

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Parchments from the patrimony of the Bucharest Municipality Museum

Exhibition at the Suțu Palace Parchments from the patrimony of the Bucharest Municipality Museum     The Museum of Bucharest is the beneficiary of a diverse and varied Collection of documents that includes documents from the chancelleries of the rulers of Wallachia starting with the second reign of Dan II (June-August 1428) and continuing with […]

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Anton Kaindl. Engravings of places from Bucharest

  Exhibition at the Suțu Palace Anton Kaindl. Engravings of places from Bucharest       In 1921, at the invitation of the Royal Family, Anton Kaindl arrived in Romania, and will prove to be one of the most impressive engravers of the twentieth century. Very little is known about the journey of the painter […]

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 LIFE IN SOUTHEAST ROMANIA 6500 YEARS AGO

DECEMBER 15th 2020 EXHIBITION AT SUȚU PALACE  LIFE IN SOUTHEAST ROMANIA 6500 YEARS AGO   The Gumelnița culture, named after the research undertaken in Romania in the eponymous tell from Gumelnița (located near the left bank of the Danube, near to the city of Oltenița, Călărași county), defines the beginning of the Eneolithic era in […]

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