Discover the museum's masterpieces and find out more about Rubens' Venus Frigida or The Intrigue by James Ensor. These objects are currently not on display.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) conserves about 7600 paintings, sculptures,
drawings and prints. Major ensembles by the
Peter Paul Rubens and the
Henri De Braekeleer and the
Flemish expressionists characterise the institution. The museum has the most
Ensor collection in the world and the largest collection of works by
In addition to works of art from the Southern Netherlands and Belgium, it also houses a number of remarkable top works from abroad, including paintings by Jean Fouquet, Titian and Amedeo Modigliani and sculptures by Ossip Zadkine and Auguste Rodin.
The museum building will no longer be accessible for the duration of the renovation.
TEMPORARY CESSATION OF LOANS
Due to the reopening of our renovated museum building in 2019 and the increased preparatory
activities resulting from it, the KMSKA feels obliged to announce a temporary cessation of loans.
Henceforth, the KMSKA will
loan requests for exhibitions ending before September 2017. However, loans which
have been approved prior to this announcement will be finalized. We apologise for any
inconveniences this temporary cessation of loans may cause you. Loan requests will again be
considered from the spring of 2019 onwards.
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or T+32 (0)3 224 95 50
50 highlights from the collection.
A virtual visit to the Rubens room.
The Rubens room is the pride of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp. It is filled with enormous paintings by Peter Paul Rubens. This 3D-simulation will allow you to visit the room whenever you wish to.
The museum library and the archive will remain accessible during the museum renovation.
The temporary reading-room is located at Kievitplein, right next to Antwerp Central Station.
Lange Kievitstraat 111-113 bus 100, B-2018 Antwerpen
T +32 (0)3 224 95 50