DUTCH SPRING: Opening of the Dutch School Collection Renovated wing for RMFAB’s Collection of Dutch Art
Musée Old Masters Museum
Journey to the Dutch Golden Age and (re)discover artist such as Frans Hals, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Nicolaes Maes, Abraham Bloemaert, Jan van Goyen, Jacob van Ruisdael and Pieter de Hooch. The renovated wing “Dutch Galleries” welcomes portraits, landscape, genre scenes and still lifes; and offers an extensive panorama of this fascinated artistic period.
During 17th century, the Northern Netherlands entered an era of unprecedented economic prosperity. This Golden Age saw cities such as Amsterdam, Utrecht, Haarlem and Leiden transform into true hubs of artistic innovation.
The RMFAB’s collection of Dutch art from this period is one of the largest and most beautiful, preserved outside the Netherlands. After a long-awaited renovation of the Dutch galleries, about a hundred masterpieces finally get a well-deserved permanent spot in the Old Masters Museum.
Simultaniously with the opening of the permanent “Dutch School” collection, and on the occasion of the Rembrandt year, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present two temporary exhibitions to further highlight the Dutch artistic talent. (Re)discover the master-painters of the Golden Age, the family portraits painted by Frans Hals, and a cabinet with delightful 18th-century drawings!
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
Rue de la Régence / Regentschapsstraat 3
Mail / +32 (0)2 508 32 11
Tuesday- Friday: 10:00 - 17:00
Weekends: 11:00 - 18:00
The ticket offices close half an hour before closing time.
The museums are closed on Mondays and the following days: 1/01, second Thursday of January, 1/05, 1/11, 11/11, 25/12
On 24/12 and 31/12 the museums close at 14:00
Any person entitled to a free ticket (e.g. ICOM/journalist), is to go directly to our ticketing desk.
The Dutch Galleries are part of the Musée Old Master Museum
WITH THE SUPPORT OF
The Dutch Embassy in Brussels