For the first time at Art Safari

BCR exhibited part of its thesaurus at Art Safari through a selection of Romanian paintings, from Nicolae Tonitza to Ion Ţuculescu. The bank's collection, which also includes a contemporary art section, developed mainly on the stylistic coordinates of the interwar period. It is a time when great artists, with strong visions, have contributed to the emergence of Romanian art with a diversified approach to the happenings and moments of the Romanian space, but also in Europe, in line with the great aesthetic directions of the time. (Dana Crişan)

You had the chance to discover in the exhibition valuable works of art that are not in the public circuit: Alexandru Ciucurencu, Aurel Băeșu, Camil Ressu, Corneliu Baba, Dumitru Ghiață, Eustațiu Stoenescu, Gheorghe Petrașcu, Henri H. Catargi, Horia Bernea, Ion Theodorescu Sion, Ion Țuculescu, Iosif Iser, Jean Alexandru Steriadi, Marius Bunescu, Max Arnold, Nicolae Dărăscu, Nicolae Tonitza, Octav Băncilă, Rodica Maniu, Rudolf Schweitzer-Cumpăna, Samuel Mutzner, Ștefan Luchian, Ștefan Popescu, Theodor Pallady, Vasile Popescu.