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On the upper floor of this elegant city mansion with its picturesque garden (16th to 19th century) the oeuvre of the versatile British artist Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) is on display on the top floor. Brangwyn was both a graphic artist and a...more
The Arentshuis is really good to be visited together with the Groeningmuseum both give a good look into Brugges history but not really more. The art and historical artifacts presented in this building are not spectacular at all.
The price for visiting is alright,
Nice to meet you Mister Frank Brangwyn. I never heard of you before, and I wouldn't have till now if the entry to the Arentshuis wasn't included in the museum pass. Interesting disciple of William Morris, the father of the Arts-and-Crafts Movement.
The promo blurb on this place told me to expect temporary art exhibitions on the ground floor connected to the Groeninge collection - whether that's what I saw, I'm not sure - it seemed to be a random collection of household bits from times gone...More
This is one of 12 places you can visit by purchasing the Museum Pass for EUR 20 (or EUR 17 if you get a discount through your hotel). This pass is valid for 3 days and is definitely worth it if you have the time...More
Upper floor devoted to works by British artist Frank Brangwyn, whilst ground floor has some historical art & artefacts. Loved the interactive display showing an old entomology illustrated book. Mainly a venue for hard core art lovers.
This is another of the museums included in the Bruges museum pass and it's worth your time. It's big draw is a large collection of works by Frank William Brangwyn. It takes no more than an hour or so to stroll through and admire some...More
This small museum has a permanent exhibition of works by Frank Brangwyn, who worked with William Morris for a while. He was born in Bruges, which is why it's there, I assume. We really enjoyed the exhibition, which was sympathetically and clearly laid out, and...More
Visited Arentshuis as we received free entry with our Groeningemuseum tickets. The upper floor had works by the British artist Frank Brangwyn and was nice, although relatively small. The lower floor had an exhibition by a modern artist and was complete rubbish. Would not have...More
Nearby the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, is a small museum named Arentshuis. Curious, we paid to explore it. The main attraction was on the ground floor: a beautiful painting about the return of the Christ, or in other words the Apocalypse. Sadly, I couldn't...More