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Gheorghe Leahu Private Collection

Reproduction after an watercolour painted by Gheorghe Leahu which represents Sfânta Vineri (Saint Friday) Church demolished in 1986

The collection reflects the activity of the architect Gheorghe Leahu, known in Romania for his watercolours representing streets and monuments of Bucharest destroyed as a result of the “urban systematisation” policy of Ceauşescu’s regime. The Gheorghe Leahu Collection includes watercolours, drawings, manuscripts, letters, photographs, and books.

Vieta

Kalbos

  • Rumunų

Kolekcijos pavadinimas

  • Gheorghe Leahu Private Collection

Kilmė ir kultūrinė veikla

Turinio aprašymas

Turinys

  • fotografijos: 100-499
  • leidiniai: 1000-
  • paveikslai: 500-999
  • rankraščiai (ego dokumentai, dienoraščiai, užrašai, laiškai, brėžiniai ir t.t.): 10-99

Operatorius (iai)

Savininkas(ai)

Įkūrėjai

Įkūrimo data

  • 1950

Įkūrimo vieta

Turinio kūrėjai

Kolekcijos sudarytojas(i)

Svarbūs įvykiai kolekcijos istorijoje

Galimybė pasinaudoti

  • vizitai tik susitarus

Publikacijos

Autorius

  • Petrescu, Cristina
  • Pintilescu, Corneliu

Nuorodų sąrašas

Leahu, Gheorghe. 1988. Bucureşti – arhitectură şi culoare (Bucharest – Architecture and Colour). Bucharest: Editura Sport Turism.

Leahu, Gheorghe. 1993. Lipscani – centrul istoric al Bucureştilor (Lipscani – the Historic Centre of Bucharest). Bucharest: Editura Arta Grafică.

Leahu, Gheorghe. 1995. Bucureştiul dispărut (Lost Bucharest). Bucharest: Editura Arta Grafică.

Leahu, Gheorghe. 1997. Distrugerea Mănăstirii Văcăreşti (The Destruction of the Văcăreşti Monastery). Bucharest: Editura Arta Grafică.

Leahu, Gheorghe. 2013. Arhitect în “Epoca de Aur” (Architect in the “Golden Age”). Bucharest: Fundaţia Academia Civică.

Leahu, Gheorghe. 2017. Acuarela de arhitectură (Architectural watercolours). Bucharest: Vremea.

Panaitescu, Alexandru. 2012. De la Casa Scânteii la Casa Poporului. Patru decenii de arhitectură în Bucureşti 1945–1989 (From the House of the Spark to the House of the People: four decades of architecture in the city of Bucharest, 1945–1989). Bucharest: Simetria.

Zahariade, Ana Maria. 2011. Arhitectura în proiectul communist: România 1944–1989 / Architecture in the communist project: Romania 1944–1989. Bucharest: Simetria.

Leahu, Gheorghe, interview by Pintilescu, Corneliu, Petrescu, Cristina, September 15, 2017. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

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