Find the ultimate overview of the treatment of the Van Eycks’ masterpiece in 'The Ghent Altarpiece. Research and Conservation of the Exterior'.
The 400-year-old painting turns out to be the oldest known composition of "The Holy Family".
The Cathedral crypt has been extensively adapted for visitors to experience the artwork’s history, via new visual technology.
Now you can zoom in on every inch of Jan van Eyck's paintings and miniatures. Thanks to the VERONA project, almost the entire oeuvre of the medieval master is now accessible online in ultra-high-resolution images.
The Antwerp museum is the first ever to be established solely around the existing collection of one person.
This beautiful city palace in Mechelen has re-opened its doors to the public after a year of renovations.
Playwright and director Lisaboa Houbrechts has written a kaleidoscopic theatre piece of Pieter Bruegel the Elder and the era in which he created Mad Meg.
In 2020 Flanders is set to pay tribute to Jan van Eyck. The most impressive tribute to this Flemish Master will be presented in Ghent, where the Museum of Fine Arts is organising its biggest ever Jan van Eyck exhibition.
The refurbished Groeninge Museum encourages us to slow down with the intimate exhibition ‘Van Eyck in Bruges’.
No fewer than 76 different flowers and plants have already been identified on the Ghent Altarpiece. And all that greenery is rich with significance.