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David and Alice Van Buren Museum

David and Alice Van Buuren were art patrons and philanthropists who used funds from the fortune that David made in the financial services industry to build a magnificent Art Deco house and outfit it with exquisite gardens and valuable works of art. The house and its contents were bequeathed to a private foundation in 1970, and subsequently made available to the general public as a museum. Artists represented include Flemish and Italians masters from the 15th to the 19th century, the two sons of Bruegel, the school of Rembrandt, Guardi, Fantin-Latour, Ensor, and Van Gogh. Van Buuren was a patron of the surrealist van de Woestyne, and 32 paintings by him constitute the largest representation of any single artist in the museum.

Phone: +32 / 02 343 48 51

Fax: +32 / 02 343 48 51

Location: 41, avenue Lo Errera, Brussels 1180

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