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Museum of Fine Arts

MSK

Museum of Fine Arts

MSK

Museum of Fine Arts

MSK

Museum of Fine Arts

MSK

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The strength and the charm of the MSK is the variety of its collection and the way it is presented: never before have the old masters hung so perfectly in place as they do in the fully restored museum. An auditorium, a library, a children’s workshop and a café-restaurant make it into a modern, multifunctional complex where you can spend many happy hours surrounded by things of beauty.

the collection of Flemish Art

Hieronymus Bosch, Peter Paul Rubens, James Ensor, and many more: their works are on display throughout the world. Nevertheless, nowhere else will you find a fuller picture of these and other world-renowned Flemish artists than in their home country. The Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp, the Groeninge museum in Bruges and the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent tell the story of the visual arts in the southern Netherlands from the 15th to the 20th century. Their collections have shared a parallel historical development and complement each other perfectly.

Together they form the Collection of Flemish Art.

www.vlaamsekunstcollectie.be

Click here for more information about the restoration of the Mystic Lamb.

Enjoy a virtual visit to the MSK.

Visitor’s guide Ghent

Visitor’s guide Ghent

1,000 years against the current

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Museum v. Schone Kunsten

In the neighbourhood

S.M.A.K. - Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst

Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art

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