De demain à Delvaux

The Curtius Museum hosts a remarkable exhibition of pieces by the Antheit artist Paul Delvaux (1897–1994). The “From tomorrow to Delvaux” exhibition inaugurates the Grand Curtius’ temporary exhibition halls. The exhibition showcases Paul Delvaux’s favourite domain: stations, trains and trams. The exhibition will present an exceptional collection of paintings, watercolours, sketches and artefacts that belonged to Delvaux. The pieces that are exhibited come from museums in Belgium and overseas (including Japan and USA), the Delvaux Foundation in Saint-Idesbald and private collections.
After visiting the exhibition, we suggested exploring the newly redeveloped Curtius Museum, which houses the collections of the Museums of Archaeology, Decorative Arts, Religious Arts and Mosan Art, Weapons and Glass. 5,300 square metres with over 5,200 pieces on display! Our guide will recount the history of the site and its various developments. You will also discover the masterpieces in the medieval collection.