The heritage of Rogier van der Weyden – Painting in Brussels 1450-1520 (BRUXELLES)

Rogier van der Weyden, Portrait d’Antoine de Bourgogne, 1456 – 1464 © MRBAB-KMSKB, Bruxelles.

Exhibition giving a panorama of Brussels’ paintings from the late 15th and early 16th century. At the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, 10/10/13 – 26/01/14It is mainly dedicated to the paintings produced between Van der Weyden’s death and the emergence of Bernard van Orley.At a time when the city was booming, the dukes of Bourgogne chose the Coudenberg palace as their favourite residence.The Museums preserve an important collection of paintings and key works from this period. Thanks to the generosity of different museums around Europe and the United States and private collections, major works made in Brussels long ago will return to their place of origin!The exhibition will be accompanied by a scientific publication.See below.


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