The exhibition Fabulous tales of beasts and men opened at the Musée Provincial des Arts Anciens du Namurois on 14 November. Two children’s rattles from the Michel Wittock Fund are among the exhibits, as well as a bishop’s crook from the Trésor d’Oignies.

This presumed self-portrait of Jordaens demonstrates the diversity of the artist’s work. On show until 19 January 2014 at the Petit Palais in Paris.

Since 19 October, the De Ganay manuscript - one of the four copies made of the notebook containing Rubens’s theoretical notes - has been the centrepiece of a special exhibition organized by the Rubens House. The manuscript acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation in 2012, has been entrusted to the Rubens House.

Four of the five « word paintings » from the series entitled Le Radeau de la Méduse, jointly created by Hugo Claus and Serge Vandercam, are on show until January 5 2014 as part of the exhibition “Hugo Claus. Omdat ik geen beeld ben” at the Mu.ZEE in Ostend. A large part of Hugo Claus’s pictorial works are assembled in this exhibition.

The commemorative silver pipe recently acquired by the Léon Courtin-Marcelle Bouché Fund is currently part of the exhibition "Gedreven door talent. 350 jaar edelsmeedkunst en Academie", at the Sterckshof Silver Museum in Deurne until 26 January 2014.