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Ensor’s masterpiece "Squelette regardant chinoiseries" (Skeleton looking at Chinoiseries) is on loan this autumn to the Vienna Kunstforum, as part of an important exhibition on Japonisme.

So, what could Utopia be like, this imaginary island where everything is guided by reason? The only original engraving that remains of the island described by Thomas More has been able to be acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation. It is now available for everyone to see at the Plantin-Moretus Museum in Antwerp.

After more than 40 years in private ownership, 'Matthew the Apostle' is now accessible to the general public at the Rubens House. The King Baudouin Foundation acquired this early Van Dyck masterpiece as the result of a bequest. It is the only composition from the renowned Böhler series on view in a Belgian public collection.

Our Treasure of Oignies is once again in the spotlight, at the 2019 International Medieval Congress organised by the University of Leeds. If you would like to present a paper within the framework of one of the themes listed below, don’t hesitate to apply.

The young pianist Frederico Gad Crema, laureate of the Prize Claire and Michel Lemay, presented an impressive performance in Leuze on Saturday night. The International contest André Dumortier is supported by the Claire and Michel Lemay Fund, which is managed by the King Baudouin Foundation.