Remigio Cantagallina: An Italian traveller in the Southern Netherlands

12 May-28 Aug. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium has enlarged a series of small drawings created more than 400 years ago by Florentine artist Remigio Cantagallina who worked at the court of the archduke and duchess Albert and Isabella.

The zoomed-in copies of Cantagallina's original works depict clearly the towns of the old southern Netherlands where the artist stayed in 1612-1613.

Part of the permanent collection of Belgium's Royal Museums of Fine Arts, the drawings are considered a unique glimpse into the era and are displayed in the underground remains of the museum's Palais du Coudenberg. 

Tues-Sun 10.00-17.00

General Info

Address Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Musée Fin-de-Siècle, Rue de la Régence, tel. +32(0)25083211

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Remigio Cantagallina: An Italian traveller in the Southern Netherlands

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Musée Fin-de-Siècle, Rue de la Régence, tel. +32(0)25083211

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