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Antwerp Collection

Discover the enchanting beauty of Antwerp, Belgium's historic gem in Eastern Flanders

Background imageAntwerp Collection: The Grote Markt in the historic centre, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

The Grote Markt in the historic centre, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

Background imageAntwerp Collection: View of the Steen with the port, Antwerp, Belgium

View of the Steen with the port, Antwerp, Belgium. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Brabo Fountain & Town Hall, Antwerp, Eastern Flanders, Belgium

Brabo Fountain & Town Hall, Antwerp, Eastern Flanders, Belgium Brabo Fountain & Town Hall, Antwerp, Eastern Flanders, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: The historic centre of Antwerp during the evening blue hour, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

The historic centre of Antwerp during the evening blue hour, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Canvas by Rubens in Onze Lieve Vrouwekathedraal, Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium, Europe

Canvas by Rubens in Onze Lieve Vrouwekathedraal, Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium, Europe

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Portrait of the Writer Herman Teirlinck (1879-1967), 1930-1932

Portrait of the Writer Herman Teirlinck (1879-1967), 1930-1932. Creator: Van den Berghe, Frits (1883-1939)
Portrait of the Writer Herman Teirlinck (1879-1967), 1930-1932. Found in the collection of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World) by Abraham Or

Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World) by Abraham Or
Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World). Is considered to be the first true modern atlas. Written by Abraham Ortelius and originally printed on May 20, 1570, in Antwerp. World Map

Background imageAntwerp Collection: RENOIR: MLLE D ANVERS, 1880. Pierre Auguste Renoir: Mlle Irene Cahen d Anvers. Oil on canvas, 1880

RENOIR: MLLE D ANVERS, 1880. Pierre Auguste Renoir: Mlle Irene Cahen d Anvers. Oil on canvas, 1880

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Armless painter Charles Felu

Armless painter Charles Felu
Belgian painter Charles Francois Felu (1830-1900), born without arms. He was taught at an early age by his mother to draw and paint with his feet. Shown here painting in Antwerp Gallery. Date: C.1895

Background imageAntwerp Collection: The 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, 1920. Creator: Ven, Walter van der (1884-1950)

The 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, 1920. Creator: Ven, Walter van der (1884-1950)
The 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, 1920. Private Collection

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Port of Antwerp in 1520

Port of Antwerp in 1520. At this time, Antwerp was one of the main financial and trading centres of Western Europe. After a drawing by Albrecht Durer

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Telling time at night using a nocturnal. The hour is obtained by measuring the angular

Telling time at night using a nocturnal. The hour is obtained by measuring the angular position of the imaginary line joining the pointers in the constellation of the Plough to the Pole Star

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Antwerp Exhibition 1930

Antwerp Exhibition 1930
Workmen putting the finishing touches to the British Pavilion at the Antwerp Exhibition, Belgium. On the right is a copy of the Schneider Cup aeroplane. Date: 1930

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Hotel De L Europe, Anvers (engraving)

Hotel De L Europe, Anvers (engraving)
5235852 Hotel De L Europe, Anvers (engraving) by Belgian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hotel De L Europe, Anvers.); Look and Learn / Barbara Loe Collection

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Centraal Station, Belgium, Antwerp

Centraal Station, Belgium, Antwerp

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Map of Germany and current Netherlands. Theatrum Orbis Terra

Map of Germany and current Netherlands. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum by Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598). First Edition. Antwerp, 1574. Library of Catalonia. Barcelona. Spain

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Royal Exchange (Original

Royal Exchange (Original
Inspired by the bourse at Antwerp, Thomas Gresham built the first Royal Exchange at Cornhill, City of London; it was destroyed in the Fire of London, 1666

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535

Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535
5615729 Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535) published in Basel showing the author conversing with the protagonist Raphael Hythloday about the ideal society he

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Whatever I do is in vain. I piss at the moon. 1558. Creator: Bruegel (Brueghel)

Whatever I do is in vain. I piss at the moon. 1558. Creator: Bruegel (Brueghel)
Whatever I do is in vain. I piss at the moon. 1558. Found in the Collection of Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Europe, Belgium, Antwerp. Brabo Fountain

Europe, Belgium, Antwerp. Brabo Fountain

Background imageAntwerp Collection: The old market square, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

The old market square, Antwerp, Belgium, Europe

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium / Antwerp C1700

Belgium / Antwerp C1700
Antwerp: distant view

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Antwerp Exhibition

Antwerp Exhibition
A selection of handmade laces are shown by a local manufacturer at the Antwerp Exhibition, (Exposition Internationale Coloniale), Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Port Crane at sunset, Antwerp, Belgium

Port Crane at sunset, Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Flanders, Antwerp (Antwerpen). Medieval guild houses on Grote Markt

Belgium, Flanders, Antwerp (Antwerpen). Medieval guild houses on Grote Markt

Background imageAntwerp Collection: 8619766

8619766

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Museum aan de Stroom, MAS, in Antwerp, Belgium

Museum aan de Stroom, MAS, in Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: The Brabo Fountain in the Grote Markt in Antwerp, Belgium

The Brabo Fountain in the Grote Markt in Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Antwerp Centraal railway station in Antwerp, Belgium

Antwerp Centraal railway station in Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Port Authority buidling by Zaha Hadid architect at sunset in Antwerp, Belgium

Port Authority buidling by Zaha Hadid architect at sunset in Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Port Authority by Zaha Hadid in Antwerp at sunset, Belgium

Port Authority by Zaha Hadid in Antwerp at sunset, Belgium

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, Red Star Line Museum, museum of immigration in former shipping company

Belgium, Antwerp, Red Star Line Museum, museum of immigration in former shipping company building, dawn

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, Zurenborg, art-nouveau architecture, detail

Belgium, Antwerp, Zurenborg, art-nouveau architecture, detail

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, Theaterplein, Stadsschowburg theater canopy

Belgium, Antwerp, Theaterplein, Stadsschowburg theater canopy

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, Brabo Fountain and Grotemarkt, buildings, dusk

Belgium, Antwerp, Brabo Fountain and Grotemarkt, buildings, dusk

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, Justitiepaleis, Palace of Justice law courts

Belgium, Antwerp, Justitiepaleis, Palace of Justice law courts

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Belgium, Antwerp, art-nouveau architecture, t Bootje house, detail

Belgium, Antwerp, art-nouveau architecture, t Bootje house, detail

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Waves

Waves
Jef Van den Houte

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Arches

Arches
Jef Van den Houte

Background imageAntwerp Collection: An Antwerp milk woman making her deliveries

An Antwerp milk woman making her deliveries
5311830 An Antwerp milk woman making her deliveries; (add.info.: Engraving depicting an Antwerp milk woman making her deliveries using a small cart pulled by dogs)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Self portrait of Quintin Matsys or the Blacksmith of Antwerp

Self portrait of Quintin Matsys or the Blacksmith of Antwerp
5854997 Self portrait of Quintin Matsys or the Blacksmith of Antwerp; (add.info.: Self portrait of Quintin Matsys or the Blacksmith of Antwerp (1460-1529), Flemish history and portrait artist

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Hotel de Ville (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Hotel de Ville (litho)
8654132 Anvers / Antwerp: Hotel de Ville (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hotel de Ville)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Maison de Charles, Quint (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Maison de Charles, Quint (litho)
8654128 Anvers / Antwerp: Maison de Charles, Quint (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Maison de Charles, Quint)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Chaire de L'eglise St Andre (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Chaire de L'eglise St Andre (litho)
8654117 Anvers / Antwerp: Chaire de L'eglise St Andre (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chaire de L'eglise St Andre)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Theatre Flamand (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Theatre Flamand (litho)
8654138 Anvers / Antwerp: Theatre Flamand (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Theatre Flamand)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Place Verte et Cathedrale (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Place Verte et Cathedrale (litho)
8654135 Anvers / Antwerp: Place Verte et Cathedrale (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Place Verte et Cathedrale)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: Anvers / Antwerp: Statue de Rubens (litho)

Anvers / Antwerp: Statue de Rubens (litho)
8654122 Anvers / Antwerp: Statue de Rubens (litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Statue de Rubens)

Background imageAntwerp Collection: BRAUN, George (1541-1622). ORTELIUS, Abraham (1527-1598). HOGENBERG, Franz (1535-1590)

BRAUN, George (1541-1622). ORTELIUS, Abraham (1527-1598). HOGENBERG, Franz (1535-1590)
CUL4853337 BRAUN, George (1541-1622). ORTELIUS, Abraham (1527-1598). HOGENBERG, Franz (1535-1590). Civitatis Orbis Terrarum (Theatrum orbis terrarum). 1572-1617. Antwerp (1572). Lower detail



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Discover the enchanting beauty of Antwerp, Belgium's historic gem in Eastern Flanders. As the evening blue hour descends upon its historic centre, a magical atmosphere fills the air. The Brabo Fountain and Town Hall stand as proud symbols of Antwerp's rich heritage, captivating visitors with their intricate architecture. Step into Onze Lieve Vrouwekathedraal and be mesmerized by Rubens' masterpieces adorning its walls. This magnificent canvas transports you to a world of artistic brilliance, showcasing the talent that once thrived in this Flemish city. Immerse yourself in history at the Theatre of the World, created by Abraham Or. This woodcut from Sir Thomas More's Utopia takes you on a journey through time, offering glimpses into an era long gone. Antwerp has not only witnessed cultural milestones but also played host to significant events like the 1920 Summer Olympics. Walter van der Ven captures this momentous occasion when athletes from around the world gathered here to compete and create lasting memories. The Grote Markt is where past meets present; it serves as a vibrant hub within Antwerp's historic center. Lose yourself amidst charming cobblestone streets lined with picturesque buildings that exude old-world charm. Centraal Station stands tall as a testament to architectural grandeur, welcoming travelers from near and far with open arms. Its stunning design leaves an indelible impression on all who pass through its doors. Art enthusiasts will appreciate Bruegel's thought-provoking masterpiece titled 'Whatever I do is in vain. ' This intriguing painting challenges our perceptions while reminding us of our insignificance against nature's vastness. Transport yourself back to 1520 at Port - witness bustling trade routes connecting nations and fostering economic growth during this golden age for commerce. With Germany and current Netherlands depicted on maps at Theatrum Orbis Terra exhibition, one can trace historical connections and appreciate the region's rich cultural tapestry.