I really enjoyed the old masters exhibition. There was a lot of Rubens and some Bosch. It was a treat to be introduced to the Brueghels who I had not heard of before.
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An wonderful collection. I started at the wrong end really as the 'Fin de Siecle' collection I found to be particularly good and I was running out of time at the end. However, seeing 'The Death of Marat' was worth paying the entrance fee for...More
Superb building and interesting arrangement of the old masters section on the 2nd level but around the central large hall, like on a large balcony. I was looking forward to the Bosch triptych but in the end I was a bit disappointed, compared to his...More
This was our destination museum. Many fine pictures but the Breughel was the one we went to see. It didn't disappoint. And the cafe is friendly and had good food
Since it was confusing for me I would like to explain how the museums here work. So even though the museums look far from each other all of them connected below and you can get one ticket to see them all. Which was what I...More
The one of the must visit for art history aficionados! Great masters as Bruegel, hieronymus bosch and Davide. The Museum restaurant is very good value for money, tasty big portions and coffee and bakery.
Building is incredible , the main area you walk into is quite bare but better for it...upstairs has more pieces than I expected and it's laid out really well,with each area feeling quite different. The only problem is the lack of English signs to aid...More
In addition to a fine collection of Old Masters, the museum houses one of the largest collections of works by Magritte. If you like art, you must visit this museum.
The museum with Flemish primitives and halls filled with Jordaens and Rubens are as expected. The museum makes a lot of work of Breughel but no, he was no Rembrandt. I liked the Van Dycks better. But I was blown off my feet when I...More