Published on 10.05.2017
The Fin-de-Siècle Museum and Cinéart honour Rodin, who passed away exactly 100 years ago. On the 24th of May, at the same time as the film projection of "Rodin" at the Cannes Film Festival, the Belgian premiere will take place at the heart of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. The VIPs (invitation only!) will also admire the most famous works of Rodin during an exclusive visit to the Fin-de-Siècle Museum.
Published on 06.05.2017
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium areamong the recipients of the 2017 Experts' Choice Award from TripExpert. The Award recognizes the best attractions around the world based on reviews by journalists and professional travel writers. Less than 2% of all attractions worldwide receive the award
Published on 10.01.2017
New audio guides for children and teenagers are available at the Magritte Museum! They renew the experience of your family visit with exclusive content that plunges you into the surrealist world of Magritte. The mystery, the absurd, the unexpected are evoked with great originality.
Published on 28.11.2016
This Sunday, November 27, 2016, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (MRBAB), celebrated their 215 years of existence. During this festive day, 6,852 visitors rushed to the RMFAB, three times more than on a usual Sunday; a true record!
Published on 15.11.2016
The crowdfunding campaign by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (RMFAB) for the restoration of a masterpiece by Paul Gauguin was a true success! Thanks to the public’s generosity, the goal of €22,500 was accomplished in less than three weeks and long before the deadline. A record in Belgium!
COLLOQUIUM : Before and after? Continuity or rupture? Belgian art around World War I (24 & 25.11.2016)
Published on 02.09.2016
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are organising an international scientific colloquium dedicated to the place of Belgian Art in a European context. For reasons of generational confrontation, the avant-garde and more traditional or singular positions are covered as well.
Published on 02.09.2016
Exactly 215 years ago, on September 1st 1801, Napoleon Bonaparte signed the ‘Chaptal decree’ creating 15 departmental museums including the one in Brussels: hence the future Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium were born. From a few dozen paintings sent from Paris at the time, the collection has expanded to more than 20,000 works today, tracing the history of art from the fifteenth to the twenty-first century.