Browse Items (1312 total)

Ion Tuculescu

The Tyler Collection includes a rare and precious monograph on Ion Tuculescu (b.1910 in Craiova, d.1962 in Bucharest) with a commentary by A. E. Baconsky, translated into French and German. Tuculescu’s art was regarded as a landmark in the history…

Ion Pacea

Ion Pacea was born in 1924 in Greece and died in 1999 in Bucharest. He was an honorary member of the Romanian Academy and is considered one of the greatest colourists of modern Romanian painting. Between 1945-50 he studied at the Institute of Fine…

Ion Gheorghiu

Ion Alin Gheorghiu (1929-2001) was a Romanian painter and sculptor and an elected member of the Romanian Academy. His artistic career under Communism was helped by his background: born in a modest working class family, he studied at the Institute of…

Gheorghe Saru

Gheorghe Saru was a Romanian-American painter and children’s illustrator, born in the South West of Romania on 1st March 1920. He spent the last 20 years of his life in the United States, where he painted up to his last days even though he was…

Georgeta Naparus

The most well documented and researched monograph in the Tyler collection, based on the editor’s direct interviews with the artist, archival research and press cuttings. There are photo reproductions from various museums. Georgeta Naparus was born…

Marin Gherasim

Although dated in 1989, it is very likely the monograph was published at the beginning of the year, before the fall of Communist governments in Europe, which started in Poland with the legalization of Solidarnost (the Polish Trade Union), followed by…