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. Ground Floor
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. Cartography Cabinet
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. Second Floor
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. BRUKENTHAL PALACE
Address:
Piaşa Mare, Nr. 4 - 5, Sibiu
Tel: (+40) 269 211699
      (+40) 369 101 780
Fax: (+40) 269 211545
 
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. . BRUKENTHAL PALACE - GROUND FLOOR
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THE PRINTS AND DRAWINGS CABINET

Opened in 2007, the cabinet is a permanent exhibition space, displaying exclusively graphic arts genres.
Due to the conservation exigencies required by items done on paper, only temporary exhibitions are to be sheltered in this space, four or five being opened during one year, presenting selections out of the 12000 works, structured as follows:
- The Samuel von Brukenthal Collection (European engravings, 16th - 18th centuries) comprising about 1.000 and 2.000 album plates. Among the most important names presented in the Brukenthal collection are Albrecht Dürer, Marcantonio Raimondi, Agostino Carracci, Hendrick Goltzius, Egidius Sadeler, Boetius and Schelte Bolswert, Cornelis Galle, Lucas Vorsterman, Jan Saenredam, Cornelis Bloemaert, Jacques Callot, Antoine Masson, Claude Mellan, Robert Nanteuil, Giambattista Piranesi and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
- The Transylvanian Graphic Collection, comprising more than 3.000 drawings, water-colours and engravings, dated in the 18th and the 19th centuries.
- Acquisitions and donations from the second half of the 20th century, among which works done by masters of Romanian art, like Theodor Aman, Stefan Luchian, Theodor Pallady, Gheorghe Petrascu, Nicolae Tonitza.
- Drawings and prints of contemporary artists.

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