This exhibition pays tribute to Theo Van Rysselberghe (1862-1926), a leading 20th-century Belgium painter and important exponent of Neo-impressionism in Belgium.
Centered on eigthy-five of his works painted between 1882 and 1917, the exhibition focuses on how Theo Van Rysselberghe managed to glorify his subjects, capturing them in an almost photographic moment.
In his carefully structured compositions, playing with fascinating framing devices, the painter imbues his subjects with presence.
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