The Theodor Aman Museum is one of the most beautiful private residences in Bucharest, built in 1868 following Theodor Aman’s own designs. It is also one of the few buildings that has remained unchanged during its existence, and is the first workshop-residence in Romania.
From the architectural plans of the house and exterior decorations (done in colaboration with sculptor Karl Storck) to the interior design (mural paintings, stained glass, stucco ceilings, wooden paneling in the workshop, and the house’s furniture), the house reflects Theodor Aman’s vision.
The Theodor Aman Museum was opened in 1908 and is one of the oldest memorial museums in Romania. The house maintains its intimate atmosphere, typical of the Belle Époque period, and holds a large part of painter Theodor Aman’s works.