Museos reales de bellas artes de bélgica

Museos reales de bellas artes de bélgica

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The museum was founded in 1801 by Napoleon Bonaparte[1] and opened in 1803 as the Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels (French: Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles). Following the independence of Belgium, the museum, which belonged to the City of Brussels, was ceded to the Belgian state. In 1845, it was decided, by Royal Decree,[2] that the museum was to receive works of art of deceased and living Belgian artists. A national commission was established to select important works of art. The first president of the commission was the Count de Beaufort. Other members were:

The Jacob Jordaens room in the Oldmasters MuseumThe museum has an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century. The bulk of the collection is formed around Flemish painting, presented in chronological order. For example, there are valuable panels by the Flemish Primitives (including Bruegel, Rogier van der Weyden, Robert Campin (the Master of Flémalle), Hieronymus Bosch, Anthony van Dyck, and Jacob Jordaens). The museum is also proud of its «Rubens Room», which houses more than 20 paintings by the artist. The painting Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, long-attributed to Bruegel, is located there and forms the subject of W. H. Auden’s famous poem «Musée des Beaux Arts», named after the museum. There are also constant temporary exhibitions.

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The museum was founded in 1801 by Napoleon Bonaparte[1] and opened in 1803 as the Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels (French: Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles). Following the independence of Belgium, the museum, which belonged to the City of Brussels, was ceded to the Belgian state. In 1845, it was decided, by Royal Decree,[2] that the museum was to receive works of art of deceased and living Belgian artists. A national commission was established to select important works of art. The first president of the commission was the Count de Beaufort. Other members were:

The Jacob Jordaens room in the Oldmasters MuseumThe museum has an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century. The bulk of the collection is formed around Flemish painting, presented in chronological order. For example, there are valuable panels by the Flemish Primitives (including Bruegel, Rogier van der Weyden, Robert Campin (the Master of Flémalle), Hieronymus Bosch, Anthony van Dyck, and Jacob Jordaens). The museum is also proud of its «Rubens Room», which houses more than 20 paintings by the artist. The painting Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, long-attributed to Bruegel, is located there and forms the subject of W. H. Auden’s famous poem «Musée des Beaux Arts», named after the museum. There are also constant temporary exhibitions.

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Los Museos Reales de Bellas Artes de Bélgica (Les Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique), son una agrupación de cuatro centros de arte considerados como los más famosos de Bélgica. Los museos están compuestos por más de 20.000 pinturas, dibujos y esculturas que datan desde principios del siglo XV hasta la actualidad.

Creado en 1799, el Museo de Arte Antiguo compone la parte más extensa del Museo de Bellas Artes exponiendo obras desde el siglo XV hasta el XVIII. Es un museo conocido sobre todo por su magnífica colección de arte flamenco, además de cientos de obras de algunos grandes maestros, como Van Dyck o Rubens.

El Museo de Arte Moderno expone obras que van desde el Siglo XIX hasta la actualidad. Posee una colección de arte muy variada en la que destacan sobre todo los maestros belgas del Surrealismo. La disposición del museo es bastante curiosa, ya que ocho plantas («medias plantas») del edificio son subterráneas.

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La sección del museo dedicada al arte antiguo, también conocida como la de los Antiguos Maestros (Old Masters), cuenta con una colección testimonio de un rico pasado que se extiende del siglo XV al siglo XVIII. Las piezas claves de esta muestra son las antiguas pinturas de los Países Bajos Meridionales, junto con obras maestras del siglo XV, entre las que destacan nombres como los de Hans Memling o Gerard David. Así mismo, algunas grandes obras de Pieter Bruegel el Viejo son exponentes destacados del siglo XVI, mientras que la escuela flamenca del XVII y XVII está representada por artistas de la talla de Peter Paul Rubens o Antoine Van Dyck.

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