A 16th century wall tapestry, probably made in Tournai and bearing witness to various styles from the early Renaissance, has found its place at the TAMAT in Tournai. The Claire and Michel Lemay Fund enabled this mysterious tapestry to be acquired.

After three years of research and restoration, Jan II Borman's iconic Saint George Altarpiece (1493) shines again in the Art & History Museum in Brussels. The interdisciplinary research, funded by the Jonckheere Fund, led to unexpected discoveries and provided answers to age-old mysteries.

Our 17th-century diamond cluster ring with medallion will be in the spotlight at TEFAF 2021. The jewel was acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation on the opening day of TEFAF last year thanks to the Christian Bauwens Fund.

Two children’s rattles from Michel Wittock’s collection occupy the place of honour in the new exhibition  Renaissance Children at the Hof van Busleyden Museum.

After more than 40 years, the Heritage Fund is saying goodbye to its director, Dominique Allard. He is handing over the torch, with great confidence, to Jérémie Leroy. We are extremely grateful to Dominique for the many years of devoted service that he has given to protecting our cultural heritage.