Last week I blogged about my recent visit to Brussels, themed around chocolate and art. In the days following that post, I was exposed to even more art. So here, the highlights of my remaining time in Belgium.
One rainy morning, we headed to the museum district of Brussels to tour the recently opened Musée Magritte Museum. Unveiled in June 2009, the museum displays the world's largest collection of works by this renowned Surrealist artist. It celebrates the painter's life and oeuvre through a multidisciplinary showcase of more than 200 pieces. As you walk through the dark rooms, you can admire Magritte's oils on canvas, gouaches, drawings, sculptures and painted objects as well as posters, music scores, vintage photographs and films that he produced over the years.
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