‘From Bosch to Tuymans’ at the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent

Back in Ghent to see the reinstallation of the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts. The museum has a particularly varied collection of paintings from the middle ages to the modern period.

Robert Campin 'The Man of Sorrows' (c.1430)

Robert Campin ‘The Man of Sorrows’ (c.1430)

Rogier van der Weyden 'Virgin with the Carnation' (c.1480)

Rogier van der Weyden ‘Virgin with the Carnation’ (c.1480)

Hieronymus Bosch 'Saint Jerome' (c.1485)

Hieronymus Bosch ‘St. Jerome’ (c.1485 – 95)

Hieronymus Bosch 'Christ Carrying the Cross' (c.1510)

Hieronymus Bosch ‘Christ Carrying the Cross’ (c.1510 – 16)

Pieter Brueghel the Younger 'Peasant Wedding in a Barn' (1616)

Pieter Breughel the Younger ‘Peasant Wedding in a Barn’ (1616)

Peter Paul Rubens 'St. Francis receiving the Stigmata' (c.1633)

Peter Paul Rubens ‘St. Francis receiving the Stigmata’ (c.1635)

James Ensor 'Old Lady with Masks' (1889)

James Ensor ‘Old Lady with Masks’ (1889)

James Ensor 'Pierrot and Skeleton in a Yellow Robe' (1893)

James Ensor ‘Pierrot and Skeleton in a Yellow Robe’ (1893)

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