The Phylactery of Saint Hubert, a remarkable piece from the King Baudouin Foundation’s collection, is at the centre of the Medieval section of theVoyage dans le cristal exhibition at the Musée de Cluny.

The King Baudouin Foundation has loaned its book of Rubens’s theoretical drawings for the exhibition Rubens & Women at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. 

An exceptional drawing by Félicien Rops, the second version of La Dame au Pantin, is joining the permanent collection of the Namur museum dedicated to the artist and his work, thanks to the Charles Vreeken Fund.

If you can’t come to the BELvue museum in person, or if you’d like to re-live the emotions of your visit or immerse yourself a little more in our exhibition, this 360° virtual visit will enable you to plunge into the exhibition ‘ART NOUVEAU. Unique objects with a tale to tell’.

Watch this short video to discover why you absolutely must visit our free exhibition 'ART NOUVEAU. Unique objects with a tale to tell’!

From the treasure of Hugo d’Oignies to Art Nouveau, the King Baudouin Foundation’s collection is travelling not just around Belgium but abroad too!

Animation filmmaker Raoul Servais lived through World War II. This had a great impact on his life and oeuvre. Now he shares his personal memories with us.

The archives of Arthur Grumiaux, the internationally renowned Belgian violinist, have been given to the King Baudouin Foundation. They have been entrusted to the Belgian Royal Library, where they will be accessible for research and will also be evaluated.