Funds and projects

Thanks to restoration work financed by the Baillet Latour Fund, “Dulle Griet” (or “Mad Meg”) by Pierre Brueghel the Elder, has regained all the richness of its original colours. This masterpiece is one of the centrepieces of a Breughel retrospective exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna.

Brueghel’s "Margot the Mad", several masterpieces by Théodore Van Loon, a unique church rose-window and a model of Ancient Rome are among the pieces that have already found, or are finding, their former splendour thanks to support from our patrons’ funds.

Collectors and art enthusiasts alike will welcome the opportunity to discover the wonderful selection of treasures from Namur’s museums that will be exhibited at Antica Namur from 10th to 18th November. The event is an initiative of the City of Namur, with support from the Pierre François Tilmon Fund and the King Baudouin Foundation.

How to launch a successful fundraising initiative like the Rubenianum Fund? In this new Quarterly, the King Baudouin Foundation shares her expertise on patronage and fundraising.

This year, the 4th study day, traditionally organised in mid-October by the Laubespin-Lagarde Fund, had as its theme the management of ancient arboreal heritage. Initiated as part of the restoration of the Gardens of Freÿr, these study days aim to share knowledge relating to gardens.

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