The exhibition presents a selection of donations and new acquisitions, together with the museum's own collections. Visitors will discover a wide range of thematically diverse works from the 17th century to the present day, including works by Johann Heinrich Roos (The Hunting Dogs and White Fawn, 17th century), Bartholomeus van der Helst (Portrait of a Boy with a Goldfinch, 17th century), after Charles Antoine Coypel (Two children making card castles, 1753), after Carlo Maratta (The Adoration of the Magi, 18th century), Henri van Assche (Mill on the banks of a river, 1809), as well as a large number of etchings by Alexandre Calame (1810 - 1864).

Other highlights of the exhibition are works by renowned Luxembourg artists from the 19th century to the present day. These include works by Jean-Baptiste Fresez (1800 - 1867) and Auguste Trémont (1892 - 1980), works by the impressionist Dominique Lang and 'secessionists' such as Joseph Kutter, Harry Rabinger and Jean Schaack.

Recent donations and acquisitions complement the museum's collection and enrich it with new focal points.

Date

26 November > 14 May 2023