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Nicolae Grigorescu Gypsies on the Road oil painting


Gypsies on the Road
Painting ID::  30757
Nicolae Grigorescu
Gypsies on the Road
nn06 oil on canvas 142x75cm Art Museum, Constanta

   
   
     

Nicolae Grigorescu Gypsies with Bear oil painting


Gypsies with Bear
Painting ID::  30758
Nicolae Grigorescu
Gypsies with Bear
nn06 oil on canvas 49.5x65.5cm Art Museum,Cluj

   
   
     

Nicolae Grigorescu The Shop oil painting


The Shop
Painting ID::  30759
Nicolae Grigorescu
The Shop
nn06 Oil on canvas 47.5x61.5cm National Art Museum of Romania, Bucharest

   
   
     

Nicolae Grigorescu Milli oil painting


Milli
Painting ID::  30760
Nicolae Grigorescu
Milli
nn06 Oil on canvas 26x37cm Nicolae Grigorescu Memorical Museum,Campina

   
   
     

Nicolae Grigorescu Street in Vitre oil painting


Street in Vitre
Painting ID::  30761
Nicolae Grigorescu
Street in Vitre
nn06 Oil on wood 21x13cm Nicolae Grigorescu Memorial Museum Campina

   
   
     

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     Nicolae Grigorescu
     Romanian Painter, 1838-1907 From 1848 he trained in Bucharest with various church painters, producing icons and religious mural decorations. These works, which soon attracted attention, were influenced in style by the Viennese classicism widespread in the Romanian principalities in the early 19th century and by the Italian academicism established there after 1850 by Gheorghe Tattarescu. The earliest of his known paintings are in the church of SS Constantin and Elena at Baicoi, where his signature can be seen beside that of Nita Pereescu on the icon of St George (1853). He subsequently painted a series of icons (1854-5) at Caldarusani Monastery. In the later ensembles he was assisted by his older brother Georghe Grigorescu, who participated under his direction in the decoration of churches, such as those of the Zamfira (1856-8) and Agapia (1858-60) monasteries. In Nicolae's paintings at Agapia, classicism in Romanian art reached its highest point. The royal icons are distinguished for the elegance of the figures, both in their attitudes and in their drapery.

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