The exhibition features some 70 or so paintings, sculptures, etchings and drawings dating from the 17th right through to the 21st century, showcasing the works in a brand-new light combined with a variety of visiting aids. Visitors will also get the opportunity to explore a series of themed displays, including 19th-century bourgeois portraits, landscapes and seascapes, and a “children’s museum” based on a collection of family portraits by impressionist Corneille Lentz.

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