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Dear friends,

Two weeks ago I was in Bruges for a small stroll through Bruges, came I on this small park with modern art as subject.
In background the nice facade is of it museum "Arentshouse "

Arentshuis is a museum in Bruges. Together with the Groeningemuseum are here Fine Arts from the 15th to the 21st century housed. The museum is located at Dijver.

On the top floor of the 18th-century building is the work of the Bruges-British artist Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) on display. He painted realistic, scenes in which he expressed the industrial life of docks and factories and the hard labor of workers. He also explained many travel impressions colorful oils, watercolors and engravings. He also designed amongst other furniture and carpets.
On the ground floor changing exhibitions of visual arts will take place, in line with the Groening Collection.

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