Remarkable craftmanship and ambitious entrepreneurship contributed to the development of the art of engraving and printmaking during the century of Breughel. Hans Bol’s series of engravings “Emblemata Evangelica”, acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation, bears witness to this period and are shown at the exhibition “Prints in in the Age of Breughel”.
The Fill-Trevisiol Collection of Coptic textiles is now being exhibited in its entirety for the first time. An initiative of the Mariemont Museum in homage to the generosity of Maria Luise Fill and Robert Trevisiol.
Take a closer look at this 17th century ‘View of Brussels’ of Bonnecroy. How impressive is it that you can still easily recognize the city’s main buildings, which are painted with great precision? Discover this masterpieceon on our stand 46a at BRAFA.
Rendezvous at the BRAFA to discover our latest acquisitions, including Rubens’s sword and the map of Utopia created by Abraham Ortelius, in dialogue with works by modern artists such as Piet Stockmans, Antoine Mortier and Gustave Serrurier-Bovy. From 26/01 to 3/02 at Tour et Taxis, Brussels (stand 46a).
A tribute to Maurice Wyckaert with 9 masterpieces bequeathed by the Belgian collector Thomas Neirynck to the King Baudouin Foundation. On view until March, 24 at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.