The latest publication from the King Baudouin Foundation takes a fresh look at the Van Herck Collection. It examines the inspiration that artists of the period, and particularly the Baroque artists, derived from classical antiquity.

This exhibition, devoted to the Liege painter and engraver Armand Rassenfosse – held at the Bibliotheca Wittockiana in Brussels from 30 September 2015 to 31 January 2016 – and the accompanying publication provide a new approach to Rassenfosse’s work as an illustrator.

The King Baudouin Foundation has recently published a booklet entitled 'Le collectionneur privé, passion et transmission' in partnership with the art magazine COLLECT Arts Antiques Auctions and the BRAFA.

An account of 25 years’ research conducted by the Archeolo-J youth service in the Condroz Namurois region, an initiative that was awarded a prize by the Robert Beaujean Fund.

As prizewinner of the Beaujean Fund, which promotes the archaeology and history of Wallonia, Marie Demelenne has received the support of the Foundation for her project to publish Pour une archéologie de la chaux et des mortiers en Wallonie. Her research will provide better knowledge of the historic building materials of lime and mortar.