Traditional Romanian icon exhibition

An exhibition of traditional icons by Radu Dinca is opening on Sunday, March 25, at 12:00, at the Acvariu Hall of the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant (MTR). The icons presented at the exhibition are intended as a testimony of the perpetuation of an artistic craft that had its source in Transylvania, in the 18th century. The icon artist proposes to his public a passage through a variety of regions of traditional Romanian painting (Nicula, Arpas, Scheii Brasovului, Fagaras and so forth), keeping the specific themes, techniques and chromatics in a personal approach. The exhibition will be open until March 29, 2012.

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