Religion and visualization process Georgeta Nazarska The female images were an important part of the cult of the saints in the Eastern Orthodox religious painting, the Virgin Mary and many women saints as St. Marina, St. Paraskeva (Petka), St. Nedelya etc. Often they were saints-patrons
Romanian feminist, writer, musician, actress. She run the woman magazine, Femeea romana. She published poems, she translated E. Scribe’s comedies.
The daughter of the prince Ioan Gheorghe Caragea (1812-1818), she encouraged theater in Wallachia but also the organization of the Princely Academy of Bucharest. She could speak several foreign languages, French, Greek, German, Turkish and Romanian.
Romanian pianist. Studied in Vienna.
Actress. Studied in Bucharest and Vienna. Debuted at Burgtheatr in Vienna. She returned to Romania in 1925 and taught at the Dramatic Arts Conservatory.
Iulia Hasdeu was born on November 14, 1869. At 6 years and 7 months, she wrote a novel about the life and deeds of Michael the Brave. At the age of eight she graduated from the primary school, already enjoying French, English and German, and
Efrosinia Cuza debuted on February 23, 1894, at the stage of Mariinskii Theater in Sankt Petersburg, playing Valentina’s role in “Hughenotii”. Another success was the participation at the Panaev Theater in St. Petersburg in the opera “Aida”. After this debut she was admitted to the
Cleopatra Hrshanovschi (1861, Chisinau – March 15th, 1939, Chisinau) – lied singer, professor and composer. Graduates the Conservatory in Moscow, canto class (1882-1886), and coming back in Chisinau becomes a teacher and the founder of the Private Music School “Clasa cantului individual” (“Class of individual
Arionescu-Baillayre Lidia, (22.03.1880, Chisinau – 1923, Chisinau), painter. She had finished the Art School in Chisinau (V. Ocushko studio) and Academy of Arts in Saint-Petersburg (I. Dmitriev-Kavkazski studio, 1907), together with V. Doncev and A. Baillayre. She participated in exhibitions in Saint-Petersburg and Vilno (1903-1910),