The ‘Portrait de Marguerite’, one of the key works by Belgian Symbolist painter Fernand Khnopff, has a place of honour at the major retrospective of his work at the Petit Palais, Paris, until 17 March 2019.
Four staters from the Thuin Coin Collection can be seen at the exhibition "Les Celtes entre Sambre et Meuse" (The Celts between the Rivers Sambre and Meuse). Until 22 April, 2019, at the Malgré-Tout Museum.
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.
The Map of Utopia (1595-96), made by the famous Antwerp cartographer Abraham Ortelius, is the only engraving that exists of the imaginary island described by Thomas More and it is now preserved for future generations. The same is true for a magnificent 17th century illustrated Mons songbook and a 15th century book of Gregorian chant.