Krikor Zambaccian was an Armenian businessman and collector of fine art. He had a particular passion for modern Romanian art and most of the greatest artists are represented in his collection - Nicolae Grigorescu, Ioan Andreescu, stefan Luchian, Gheorghe Petrascu, Nicolae Tonitza, Nicolae Darascu. In addition to paintings (including 19 by French artists and the only work of Cezanne in the country), there is also a small collection of 40 sculptures and 16 pieces of furniture. Though a part of the The Art Collections Museum, the collection is now housed in the late businessman's home.
- 3.5 lei for kids.
- Closed on the first and second day of Easter.
- Closed on the first and second day of Pentecost.
- By Buses 126, 368 stop Luterana.
- By Buses 122, 137, 138, 268 stop Statie RATB.
- By Metro line M2 stop Piata Romana.
- By Buses 126, 168, 226, 368, 381, 783, N117, N119 stop Pieta Romana.
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This is a good museum with many paintings well arranged One or two of early Picasso and Renoir are found but many are Romanian artists like Theodor Pallady, Nicholas Grigorescu , user and sculptures The lights are glaring in some places
This museum is a hidden gem. It is a gorgeous old house with a nice interiour and a great collection of art. If you consider yourselft an art passionate you will find this house very interesting. *tip* first wednesday of every month is Free Entrance.
A cosy and pleasant museum with many important paintings of famous Romanian and foreign modernists.
Small but very nice museum.
Beautiful house and worthy collections!