The Magritte museum in Brussels

Since 2009 the world famous Belgian suriallistic painter René Magritte has his own museum in Brussels. The museum is part of the Royal museums of fine arts.


René Magritte (1898-1969) was only a teenager when he arrived in Brussels. Together with Paris Brussels is will be the base for his work. So it's a kind of normal that one of the most famous painters in the world has a museum in Brussels completely dedicated to him. The museum has more than 200 works, a part of them is the museums own collection, other works are gifts from others among them the late wife of Margritte himself.

The Magritte museum shows the collection in a chronicle order. Showing how the artist grows to his surrealistic way of painting. You can find the museum at this address: Koningsplein 2, Brussels.

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