Bernard van Orley

wed. 20 Feb. - sun. 26 May.
at 186 KM
BOZAR
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Bernard van Orley is one of the key figures of the Flemish Renaissance. BOZAR and the major Belgian institutions join forces for the very first major monographic exhibition dedicated to this 16th century artist. Van Orley was a painter at the court of Margaret of Austria and Mary of Hungary, he was overloaded with orders and was, at a very young age, at the head of one of the largest workshops of his time. He painted religious paintings, but also designed tapestries and stained glass. The exhibition particularly highlights his portraits, which allowed him to integrate an impressive network of political advisors, influential clergymen and humanist thinkers. His work is in constant dialogue with that of his contemporaries, such as Albrecht Dürer and Raphael.
For the first time, Van Orley's works from around the world are gathered in an exhibition, where they were once created. A unique chance to (re) discover this Brussels master.


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1000 Belgique 23, Rue Ravenstein Bruxelles Belgique

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  • 2019-02-20 2019-05-26 Europe/Paris Bernard van Orley Bernard van Orley is one of the key figures of the Flemish Renaissance. BOZAR and the major Belgian institutions join forces for the very first major monographic exhibition dedicated to this 16th century artist. Van Orley was a painter at the court of Margaret of Austria and Mary of Hungary, he was overloaded with orders and was, at a very young age, at the head of one of the largest workshops of his time. He painted religious paintings, but also designed tapestries and stained glass. The exhibition particularly highlights his portraits, which allowed him to integrate an impressive network of political advisors, influential clergymen and humanist thinkers. His work is in constant dialogue with that of his contemporaries, such as Albrecht Dürer and Raphael. For the first time, Van Orley's works from around the world are gathered in an exhibition, where they were once created. A unique chance to (re) discover this Brussels master. 23, Rue Ravenstein Bruxelles Belgique BOZAR
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