Charlier Museum

The Charlier Museum, a 19th century hotel de maître made by Horta, has something of the atmosphere of an opulent private gallery. You’ll need little encouragement to daydream thanks to its Belle Epoque ambiance as you stroll among sculptures by Charlier, Hager and Wouters and paintings by Smits, Frédéric, Oleffe, Laermans, Van Strydonck, Ensor… The intimate setting is enhanced by furniture by cabinetmakers Chapuis, Sené and Nadal l’Ainé, several items of decorative objects in the style of Louis XIV, XV, XVI and Empire, tapestries from Brussels and Oudenaarde as well as an exceptional Chinese drawing room.

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