The Rubenianum Quarterly

The 15th edition of The Rubenianum Quarterly recently appeared. The Rubenianum Quarterly publishes on the activities of the RubenianumFund, the Centre for Flemish Art of the 16th and 17th Centuries, the Rubens House (Rubenshuis) and the Rubenianum itself.

Last December, the Rubenianum celebrated its fiftieth anniversary with the study day ‘Picturing Ludwig Burchard (1886-1960)' and a festive rece ...

Publication 'Rubens unveiled' (Part 2)

This is the second volume in the series Rubens unveiled, in which the Rubens Research Project of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) shares the fruit of its research with a wider public. It is written by Dr. Valérie Herremans and follows a first book on Rubens's painting technique.

This second publication explores the physical, spiritual and cultural context of several major Rubens pain ...

Exhibition 'Jerome: Iconography in the sixteenth and the seventeenth Century'

Visitors to Antwerp's Rockox House will get an impression of the opulence of the 17th century town houses of the city. Top pieces from Antwerp's Royal Museum of Fine Arts (KMSKA), currently closed for restoration, and the most important works from the Rockox House Museum transform this former burgomaster's patrician residence into a luxurious art cabinet.

A LUXURIOUS ART CABINET

During the 16th ...

Fundraising campaign Van Dyck's last Self-Portrait

The National Portrait Gallery launched a Save Van Dyck campaign: a joint effort by the National Portrait Gallery and the Art Fund to bring Sir Anthony Van Dyck's magnificent final self-portrait into their public collection.

The painting is one of just three known self-portraits created by Van Dyck during his time in Britain, where he found success as King Charles I's principal court painter. The ...

James Bloom, visiting professor at the University of Antwerp

From 12 through 20 December, James Bloom (Centre College, Louisville, Kentucky (USA)) is affiliated with the Department of History at the University of Antwerp as a Visiting Professor. He will primarily be active in lessons on the socio-economic history of the Middle Ages. Bloom also works on the early modern period. This connection makes his visit also interesting for everyone who is engaged in v ...

A Rubens in the attic? Judgment Day for artworks in the Rubenianum

On Saturday, 7 December, you are cordially invited to the Rubenianum. Specialists will gladly tell you more about the drawing that adorns your grandmother's wall or the image that you cherish above the hearth. This event is offered on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Rubenianum.

The Rubenianum welcomes old European art: specifically paintings, drawings, prints (engravings/etchings) and ...

Exhibition Rubens: Maverick artist and restoration Rubens House

The Rubens House is showing the so-called de Ganay manuscript as a world premiere. The manuscript is one of four famous selective copies of the lost theoretical notebook of Peter Paul Rubens. The notebook unveils Rubens' vision and theoretical observations on the proportions of the human body, symmetry, perspective, anatomy and architecture. The Rubens House has also announced the restoration of t ...

Publicatie 'Meesterwerk. Van Van Eyck tot Rubens in detail'

Till Holger-Borchert (hoofdconservator Groeningemuseum, Brugge) brengt in Meesterwerk. Van van Eyck tot Rubens in detail een overzicht van belangrijke Vlaamse meesterwerken. In dit uitzonderlijk groot formaat wordt tot in de kleinste details ingezoomd op de kunstwerken. Het boek is een samenwerking tussen de uitgeverij Lannoo en de online beeldbank Lukas. Art in Flanders.

40 topwerken van Vlaamse ...

The Rubenianum Quarterly

A new edition of The Rubenianum Quarterly recently appeared. The Rubenianum Quarterly publishes on the activities of the RubenianumFund, the Centre for Flemish Art of the 16th and 17th Centuries, the Rubens House (Rubenshuis) and the Rubenianum itself.

In the 14th Quarterly, Bert Watteeuw discusses further about his pursuits in the Rubenianum as the conservator of documentation. Thomas Leysen and ...

CODART eZine: Rubens's Flemish Heritage

In the anniversary issue of CODART's eZine, Paul Huvenne (Director of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp) discusses Rubens's Flemish heritage.

'When the young Belgian state saw its independence ratified by the nations of Europe in 1840, it celebrated this historic event in Antwerp with Rubens festivities mounted on a grand scale. The new nation yearned for great moments from its past that coul ...