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 King Baudouin Foundation is now sharing its collection on Wikidata to enrich the information network in the field of heritage. In just three months, the data relating to over 3,000 works of art in its collection have been published.
Thanks to a donation from his widow, the works of Belgian painter Camille De Taeye is now preserved for future generations. The King Baudouin Foundation has entrusted this selection of his emblematic works to the Arthothèque of Mons. Get an exclusive viewing of them at the BAM from 23 March, in an exhibition on Surrealism.
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.
We are proud to announce our silver tureen, a showpiece from Johannes Cornelius Hendrickx (1782), got a place of honor at DIVA. The decoration, which includes fruits, garlands of flowers and musical instruments, as well as the coating of arms of the De Meester family, must have been a source of wonderment around the table.