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The Theodore Aman Museum is housed in the former Belle Epoque-style residence and workshop of the eponymous Romanian artist and art professor.
The Theodore Aman Museum is housed in the former Belle Epoque-style residence and workshop of the eponymous Romanian artist and art professor. The museum is dedicated to his life and works, displaying a collection of his drawings, paintings, sculpture, letters, clothing, and miscellaneous objects. The murals, stained glass and furniture in the house shed light on his artistic inclinations.
8 Strada C. A. Rosetti, Bucharest 10283, Romania
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