With its large collection of works from the Golden Age, Mauritshuis is one of the most important museums in the Netherlands. Important but not without controversy.
The 400-year-old painting turns out to be the oldest known composition of "The Holy Family".
The Flemish Government has purchased a drawing by Flemish Master Peter Paul Rubens that was thought to be lost.
The original paint layer has been exposed again, revealing details that have remained hidden for many years.
The restored portico and garden pavilion won in the most sought-after category.
A gorgeous series of paintings, prints and drawings is featured in 'Turning Heads', the exhibition at the KMSKA in Antwerp that focuses on the genre of tronie art.
Looking for exciting places in the Low Countries, British journalist Derek Blyth stumbled upon the castle where baroque painter Rubens spent the last years of his life.
Derek Blyth lets himself be overwhelmed by the multi-talent Rubens. Or is it by his love for the human flesh?