I've bought a combined ticket for the Rubens house and this museum by chance. Fritz Mayer van den Bergh was passionate about the art. After his death, his mother has the museum built in a Gothic Revival style. The house provides a home for his impressive colection: paintings from the 13th to the 18th century, with works by the Flemish Primitives and including Bruegel's "Mad Meg"; sculptures, woodcarvings, silver- and goldsmithing, tapestries, lace, porcelain, manuscripts...I strongly recommend it!
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