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Peter Paul Rubens

Portrait of a lady holding a necklace

Cornelis Schut

Cimon and Iphigenia

360° photography reveals secrets of restored portico and garden pavilion

Why did Rubens incorporate an ox skull in the portal? What is the meaning of the Latin proverbs above the portico entrances? Why did Rubens place a statue of Hercules in his garden pavilion? A unique online tour featuring 360° photography uncovers the portico and pavilion’s secrets and brings to life some rare traces of Rubens the architect.

Alexander Adriaenssen

Still-life with fruit, fish, vegetables and poultry

Peter Paul Rubens

Rubens's notebook

Jan I Bruegel

Monkeys' feasting (singerie)

Frans Snyders

Still-life with a hare, "tazza", grapes and lobster