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To visit Brussels without going to this Monument of Art is not reccomendable, even for the blind!
This ia a free entrance must see hidden gem of the city! A building of a revolting modern style for it`s age, used as exhibit hall and workplace...More
The museum is a bit hidden but it is right next to the natural museum of Brussels. What a fantastic experience to look at his paintings, the play of light and darkness. Some of the images are a bit shocking but it appealed to my...More
The first room of this museum is really the highlight as some of the paintings are absolutely enormous and all are excellent portrayals of a rather unconventional range of subjects. The museum is not really as gory as I'd been led to believe, and I...More
The museum is free and there are WC’s available inside.
Photos can be taken inside. During our visit, there was one other couple visiting the museum, which was great for us taking some photos.
We enjoyed the visit and we would recommend the museum to...More
A real hidden gem when it comes to art museums in Brussels is the Wiertz museum. It is hidden away in an old house between European parliament and the natural history museum. It is free and only a couple of rooms so if you are...More
This museum contains works by Belgian romantic painter, sculptor and writer Antoine Wiertz (1806-1865), born in Dinant on 22 February 1806.
In 1820 he entered the Antwerp Art Academy and was awarded an annual stipend from 1821 onwards by king William I of the Netherlands....More
Having found this by accident Me and my husband were pleasantly surprised. we were approached by the caretaker Patrick who spent a good hour with us telling us all about the artist and about the paintings and we loved every minute of it! I would...More