Bernard van Orley was one of the pivotal figures of the Renaissance in the Low Countries. BOZAR and other prominent Belgian institutions are teaming up for the first major monographic exhibition devoted to this 16th century artist. Van Orley painted religious subjects and also designed wall tapestries and stained glass windows. In this exhibition special attention is paid to his portraits that place him at the centre of an important network of political advisors, influential clergymen and humanist thinkers. His work was in constant dialogue with that of contemporaries such as Albrecht Dürer and Raphael.
A unique opportunity to (re)discover this Brussels master.
Photos: Bernard Van Orley Retable De Saint Martin Virgin And Child Adored By St Martin / Bernard Van Orley Polyptyque De Job Et De Lazare Polyptiek Met Job En Lazarus Autoportrait De Bernard Van Orley