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Musea Brugge


Musea Brugge administers thirteen sites in the city of Bruges. Six of these hold significant collections of Dutch and Flemish art from 1350 to ca. 1800, these are the Groeningemuseum, Sint-Janshospitaal, Gruuthusemuseum, Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Museum of the Church of Our Lady), Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ter Potterie (Our Lady of the Pottery) and Brugse Vrije (Liberty of Bruges).

Collection catalogues

Catalogus schilderijen 17de en 18de eeuw
Vlieghe, Hans
Brugge 1994

Stedelijke Musea Brugge: Steinmetzkabinet: catalogus van de tekeningen
Van de Velde, Carl
Brugge 1984

Catalogus schilderijen 15de en 16de eeuw
De Vos, Dirk
Brugge 1979

Related CODART publications

Sarah van Ooteghem and Evelien de Wilde, “Crowdsourcing as an Aid in Collection Registration: A Case Study from Bruges”, CODARTfeatures, March 2021.

Virginie D’haene, “Bruges Artists Abroad: Neoclassicist Drawings in the Printroom of the Groeningemuseum”, CODARTfeatures, June 2014.

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