Sunday, 26 February 2012

Groeningemuseum, six centuries of fine arts from Flanders

Today we are publishing two articles about the fantastic Groeningemuseum. In the gardens, which look a lot better during the summer you see fascinating trees, pieces of art and statues. We also added some general impressions of the more modern art of the museum. Our preferences go out to the Flemish Primitives and art up to the end of 18th century of which we are going to publish photos of our favourite paintings this evening.

Vandaag publiceren we twee artikelen van het fantastische Groeningemuseum. In de tuinen, die er veel beter uit zien in de zomer, zie je fascinerende bomen, kunstwerken en standbeelden. We hebben ook enkele impressies toegevoegd van moderne kunst in het museum. Onze voorkeur gaat zonder twijfel uit naar de Vlaamse Primitieven en kunst tot aan het einde van de 18de eeuw. Deze avond publiceren we enkele foto’s van de schilderijen die we het mooist vonden..

Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
Groeningemuseum
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9 comments:

  1. Hoi Filip,
    Prachtige beelden.
    Ziet er mooi uit daarbinnen.

    Groeten, Marco

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  2. Mooie foto's van Brugge, het is een prachtig stadje.

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  3. wowww, nice museum...I have never been to Brugge, should go there soon:-)

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  4. I have never heard of this place. They seem to have everything, from medieval to modern!! I also love those trees and that bit of bright blue trim on the building.

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  5. I can imagine the gardens are nicer in the spring. But it is still a lovely place. I like the art works inside.

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  6. Ja, heel herkenbaar, prachtig.
    Groetjes, Mirthe

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  7. Well, apparently photos are allowed inside - sometimes in a museum, I've been told no photos allowed. I like the bright blue touches on the building. I also like that modern sculpture.

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  8. A unique approach... uitstekend!

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