Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels

In the ‘Old Masters’ section of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in the Belgian capital of Brussels, whose permanent collection includes an excellent display of early Netherlandish art.

Robert Campin 'Annunciation' (c.1420s)

Robert Campin ‘Annunciation’ (c.1420s)

Rogier van der Weyden 'La Pieta' (c.1441)

Rogier van der Weyden ‘La Pieta’ (c.1441)

Rogier van der Weyden 'Portrait of Antoine, 'Grand Bâtard' of Burgundy' (c.1460)

Rogier van der Weyden ‘Portrait of Antoine de Bourgogne’ (c.1460)

Quentin Matsys 'Madonna Enthroned' (c.1495)

Quentin Metsys ‘Madonna Enthroned’ (c.1595)

Bosch 'The Temptations of St. Anthony' (c.1500 - 05)

Hieronymus Bosch ‘Temptation of St. Anthony’ triptych (c.1500 – 05)

Bruegel 'The Fall of the Rebel Angels' (1562)

Pieter Bruegel the Elder ‘Fall of the Rebel Angels’ (1562)

Gauguin 'Breton Calvary' (1889)

Paul Gauguin ‘Breton Calvary’ (1889)

James Ensor 'The Strange Masks' (1892)

James Ensor ‘The Strange Masks’ (1892)

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