Thanks to the King Baudouin Foundation, a masterpiece of 17th century European sculpture is returning to Brussels. Sculpted in white marble, Charité was created between 1673-78 by Jan Van Delen as a commission from the Counts of Tour et Tassis for their chapel at the Sablon Church.

Celtic treasures recently discovered in the Netherlands are the subject of in-depth research. Among the treasures is the Gallic numismatic treasure of Thuin, acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation in 1992.

This project is an initiative of the Hendrik Conscience Library and has been able to be undertaken thanks to support from the Léon Courtin-Marcelle Bouché Fund of the King Baudouin Foundation.

On the occasion of this year’s Journées du Patrimoine, the home of Armand Rassenfosse, the Liege painter and engraver, will open its doors to the public for the first time on 8 and 9 September 2012, at Rue St Gilles 366, Liege.

Four important historic dinners set in their original context. Discover the refinement of special occasion dinners between 1875 et 1958.