The holdings include icons, fresco fragments, embroideries and textiles, illuminated manuscripts and rare books, silver, jewellery, woodcarvings, metalwork, and ceramics. Among the most remarkable pieces there are: the fresco fragments from Curtea de Argeş (1526); icons like The Lamentation (end of the 15th century – beginning of the 16th century) and Saints Simeon and Savas (1522-1523) – both from Curtea de Argeş, or Virgin and Child Flanked by the Prophets (second half of the 16th century) from Pângăraţi Monastery in Moldavia; the embroided epitaphios from Cozia Monastery (1395-1396); Gavril Ulric's Four Gospel Book – an illuminated manuscript from Neamţ Monastery (1435-1436); the censer from Tismana Monastery (end of the 14th century – beginning of the 15th century); the Processional Cross from Slatina Monastery (1558); the wood-carved Royal Doors from the church of Cârligu in Moldavia (first half of the 16th century); the stone-carved Rib with the Moldavian coat of arms from the Church Three Hierarchs in Iaşi (1637-1638).
The Gallery also includes a Thesaurus dedicated to the art of precious metal, including lay and religious objects, jewels and costume accessories from the 14th through the 19th century.
The National Gallery (the Gallery of Romanian Medieval Art, the Gallery of Romanian Modern Art and the Treasure) 10 LEI
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