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Come visit the King Baudouin Foundation's stand at the BRAFA Art Fair, from 29 January to 5 February 2023, and discover recently acquired, Belgian masterpieces by Maeterlinck, Spilliaert, Memling and Alechinsky, as well as exceptional Art Nouveau pieces by Wolfers and Hankar.

Twenty-six Inuit stone sculptures from the Baker Lake region in Canada can now be admired at the Centre d’Interprétation de la Pierre in Sprimont. This formerly private collection of sculptures was donated to the King Baudouin Foundation to ensure their safeguard for future generations.

 

At BRAFA the King Baudouin Foundation bought a silver coat hook and six ladies' buttons designed by the renowned painter George Morren. Unique Art Nouveau jewellery from the artist's estate.

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.

A concerted effort by SOFAM, artists and other representatives from the artistic field, to help support the visual arts in Belgium.