The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium is a group of art museums located in Brussels, Belgium. The museum complex consists of four museums, each with its own collection of artworks from various periods, genres, and regions.
The four museums that make up the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are:
The Museum of Ancient Art: This museum houses a collection of art from ancient times up until the 18th century. The collection includes works by Flemish Primitives such as Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden, and Hans Memling, as well as paintings by Rubens, Bruegel, and Van Dyck.
The Museum of Modern Art: This museum features art from the 19th and 20th centuries, including works by artists such as James Ensor, René Magritte, and Paul Delvaux. The collection also includes sculptures, prints, and drawings.
The Wiertz Museum: This museum is dedicated to the works of Antoine Wiertz, a Belgian painter who lived in the 19th century. The museum contains many of his works, including large-scale paintings and sculptures.
The Meunier Museum: This museum is dedicated to the works of Constantin Meunier, a Belgian sculptor and painter who lived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum features many of his sculptures, drawings, and paintings.
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium also host temporary exhibitions throughout the year, showcasing works by both Belgian and international artists. Additionally, the museums offer various educational programs and workshops for visitors of all ages.