Town Hall of Brussels, Belgium.
Drawing from "An historical essay on architecture" by Thomas Hope, 1835.
Theodoor Aenvanck (1633-1690)
Oil on panel
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten (Antwerp, Belgium)
Albijn Van Den Abeele - Field Path (1890)
Albijn Van den Abeele (Sint-Martens-Latem, August 27, 1835 - there, November 16, 1918) was a Flemish painter of the Latem school. Van den Abeele was initially a writer and only began to paint at the age of forty In his early works, the black-brown tonalism dominate. From 1890 he began his series of woodland scenes, in which new and sophisticated shades come forward. He painted with great accuracy especially nature and landscapes. Valerius De Saedeleer underwent the influence of his work. Van den Abeele was councilor in 1863 and alderman in 1867, as well as mayor from 1869 to 1876 Sint-Martens-Latem. Afterwards he became city manager of both Latem as of Afsnee.
Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres - Bonaparte, Premier Consul, 1804 located in the Musée des beaux-arts de Liège
Church in Borgloon, Belgium by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Architects.
At 10 meters high, the church is composed of 100 thin sheets and 2,000 columns of steel. With a staggered, stacked construction, the exterior landscape is visible through the ‘walls’ of the church.