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This summer there are no fewer than 10 exhibitions in which you can discover a selection of works from the King Baudouin Foundation, seen from a different perspective.

Liege manuscripts and a bust of Anne-Josèphe Théroigne, one of the rare female figureheads of the French Revolution, have enriched the collections of the city of Liege thanks to patronage funds.

On Friday, 11 October, the Laubespin-Lagarde Fund will be organising its annual study day at the Château de Freÿr. This fifth event will be devoted to handing down historic estates.

Anne-Josèphe Théroigne de Méricourt, nicknamed La belle Liégeoise (the Beauty from Liege), was one of the rare female figureheads in the French Revolution. The sculptor Charles Marin immortalised her in a bust in 1792, which has been acquired by the Raphaël and Françoise Haeven Fund.

This summer, don’t miss the double exhibition at Knokke and Retranchement (just up the coast in the Netherlands) dedicated to the abstract art collection offered by Jos Knaepen to the King Baudouin Foundation. Sam Francis, Robert Motherwell and many other great names are to be found alongside the works of two Belgian artists: Luc Peire and Johan De Wit.

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