Emil Childescu exhibition was the first one I saw. It’s in a small hall directly to the right from the entrance. I loved his sketch and pastel work more than oils, but oddly enough only took photographs of the oil on canvas and sculpture.
Yesterday I visited the National Museum of Fine Arts for the first time in ages to see the current exhibitions – amongst them this Christmas Tree one – and the permanent ones. This is the first part, with trees, and I’ll share the remaining two over the next couple of days.
The one in the front is made from local coins. They look like dragon scales to me, which I think is really cool.
A shaky video of the first exhibition hall from Moldavian Museum of Ethnography & Natural History. Arrived late, didn’t have much time for elaborate photographs, but still wanted to keep some footage for reference.