- 24 Aug 2022 1:11 PM
Sculptors also contributed to this sparkling scene, which encompassed the whole of Belgian culture at the time.
From 1897, Belgian artists regularly participated in international exhibitions organised in Budapest, and their works soon entered Hungarian public collections.
As a result of a well-thought-through and consistent purchasing policy, the Belgian symbolist sculptures now form a representative and coherent unit of the Museum of Fine Arts’ collection of international art. The current show presents ten sculptures from the works of this notable material.
Hungarian National Gallery