The Timisoara Art Museum is a museum located in the Baroc Palace in Timisoara, Romania. The Baroc Palace is a historic building dating back to the 18th century, and it was originally built as a residence for the local governor. Today, it is home to the Timisoara Art Museum, which showcases a variety of artwork and artifacts from the region.
The museum's collection includes works of Romanian and European art, as well as temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Among the notable exhibits are the paintings of the Romanian artist Nicolae Grigorescu, as well as works by other Romanian artists such as Theodor Aman and Gheorghe Petrascu.
In addition to the permanent collection and temporary exhibits, the museum also hosts a variety of cultural events, including concerts, lectures, and workshops.
The Baroc Palace itself is also worth visiting, as it is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture and has been restored to its former glory.