Frederic and Cecilia Cuțescu-Storck Art Museum

The Frederic and Cecilia Cuțescu-Storck Art Museum (Romanian: Muzeul de Artă Frederic Storck și Cecilia Cuțescu-Storck) is modern art museum located in Bucharest, Romania, dedicated to the artists Frederic Storck and Cecilia Cuţescu-Storck.

The museum is located in the house designed by the artists with the help of architect Alexandru Clavel and constructed in 1912-1913. The artists donated their collection to the government which opened the museum in 1951.

The museum presents works of artists of the Storck family: Karl Storck, Carol Storck, Frederic Storck, and Cecilia Cuţescu-Storck. It also includes medieval is faher objects of Medieval religious sculptures as well as watercolours, coins and medals by Carol Szathmari.[1]


  1. "Muzeul 'Frederic si Cecilia Storck'", Museum.ici.RO. (English)

Coordinates: 44°27′3.50″N 26°5′40.17″E / 44.4509722°N 26.0944917°E / 44.4509722; 26.0944917

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