|Born||March 20, 1831
|Died||August 19, 1891
|Training||Michel Martin Drolling, Constantin Lecca, François-Édouard Picot, Carol Wallenstein|
|Movement||predecessor of Impressionism|
Theodor Aman (Romanian pronunciation: [teˈodor aˈman]; 20 March 1831, Câmpulung-Muscel–19 August 1891, Bucharest) was a Romanian painter of Armenian descent. His style is often considered to be a predecessor of Impressionism.
He is buried in Bellu cemetery.
Portrait of Michael the Brave.
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- (Romanian) Theodor Aman bio at Mari Români
- (Romanian) Biography at compendium.ro There are paintings by this Romanian painter at the National Gallery of Modern Romanian Art(Bucharest),Craiova Art museum(Craiova,Romania)and the Zambaccian Art Museum(Bucharest).
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