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.
A masterpiece by Breughel regains its colours! 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.
Théodore van Loon illuminates the BOZAR Discover the masterpieces of Brussels artist Théodore van Loon at the BOZAR. Support from the René and Karin Jonckheere Fund and the Baillet Latour Fund has enabled the light of yesteryear to be returned to this exceptional heritage!
The rose window returns to Spa Thanks to impressive restoration work, supported by the Richard Forgeur Fund, a very rare element of our architectural cultural heritage has regained all its former splendour and been returned to its original setting.
Renaissance of the historic model of Rome! Restoration and an interactive presentation using new technologies will bring new life to the model of Antique Rome at the Museum of Art and History in Brussels. The Alexis Liénard Fund is supporting the preservation of this remarkable element of our heritage, which each year attracts thousands of visitors!