The Museum of Fine Arts Ghent ( Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Netherl.) was built in 1902 according to plans by the architect Charles van Rysselberghe .Severely damaged in 1940, however, it was fully repaired and refurbished.


The museum's collections provide an overview of painting, printmaking, sculpture, graphic art and the art of tapestry in Europe since the xiv th  century . The museum also has a large collection of paintings of the xix th  century . Y are exposed works:

Flemish School 

·         Hendrick Andriessen

·         Hieronymus Bosch

·         Pieter Bruegel the Elder

·         Philippe de Champaigne

·         Gaspar De Crayer

·         Henri Evenepoel

·         Jacob Jordaens

·         Kerstiaen of Keuninck  : The human calamities .

·         Constantin Meunier

·         George Minne

·         Constant Permeke

·         Frans Pourbus the Old

·         Peter Paul Rubens

·         Theo van Rysselberghe

·         Valerius de Saedeleer

·         Gustave van de Woestijne

·         Anthony Van Dyck

·         and tapestries from the Castle of the Counts of Flanders and the Abbey of Saint-Pierre .

Dutch School 

·         Frans Hals

French school 

·         Charles-François Daubigny

·         Honoré Daumier

·         Théodore Géricault

·         Jean-François Millet

·         Auguste Renoir

Italian school 

·         Tintoretto

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