Our Treasure of Oignies is once again in the spotlight, at the 2019 International Medieval Congress organised by the University of Leeds. If you would like to present a paper within the framework of one of the themes listed below, don’t hesitate to apply.
Help us to make the King Baudouin Foundation’s collection available on Wikipedia. How? By photographing one or more works and putting them online on Wikimedia Commons, or by writing articles about them on Wikipedia.
A masterpiece of Modernist sculpture in Belgium, some rare 18th century drawings of jewellery and a splendid series of drawings by Richard van Orley, are just a few examples of recently acquired pieces that have now been safeguarded for the benefit of us all.
This summer, discover the World Premiere of the Leuven Chansonnier, a complete collection of songs from the Middle Ages acquired by the Léon Courtin-Marcelle Bouché Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation. Performed its entirety for the very first time at the Laus Polyphoniae Festival!
Are you still looking for a nice summer activity? Be sure to visit the exhibition ‘From Tiepolo to Richter, European dialogue’. With major works from leading European foundations active in safeguarding our heritage. Until September 30th at the Art & History Museum.