During “Antwerp Baroque 2018. Rubens inspires”, Museum Mayer van den Bergh will focus on the Baroque masterpieces in its own collection. The spotlight is on the paintings of such artists as Cornelis De Vos, Jacob Jordaens and Jan Brueghel. The museum will also showcase several Baroque sculptures and drawings. Discover the lavish and versatile side of the historical Baroque in the house of Fritz Mayer van den Bergh’s dreams.
The Museum Mayer van den Bergh is an intimate museum, where the masterpieces of the collector Fritz Mayer van den Bergh (1858-1901) are exhibited in a home-like setting. Visitors can discover a unique, very qualitative and varied collection in a stunning setting, which offers an excellent overview of Western European art history. The combination of the collection and the unique house will create a visitor experience that is all about exploring and admiring beauty.
Especially for “Antwerp Baroque 2018. Rubens inspires”, the museum has mapped out a special route through its permanent collection. Find out more about the Baroque masterpieces in the museum with the free brochure or through the Antwerp Museum app.
Special opening days
Special closing days
Price per person: 8
12 - 25: 6.
> 65: 6.
< 12: 0.
City Card: true.
Minimum people per group.
Maximum people per group.
Price per person: €6
Price per group: €
How did book publishing evolve during the Baroque? Why did a publisher like Balthasar Moretus choose to work with prominent artists? And who are the innovators in publishing today?
The culinary photographer Tony Le Duc has succeeded in elevating basic food to the status of art. A talent that the Baroque painter Frans Snijders has in common with Le Duc.
Enjoy the full Antwerp Baroque 2018 experience with the Baroque Festival Card.