Dutch and Belgian Paintings in Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, March 7 — The exhibition “Dutch and Belgian Painting in the Nineteenth Century” will open to the Havana public on May 10 at the Universal Art Building of the National Museum of Fine Arts, reported the Prensa Latina news agency.

According to the report from the organizers, the exhibition will showcase 24 pieces for the first time (eight Belgian and another Dutch one), from the collection of Cuban institution, whose main themes are portraits, genre paintings and landscapes.

Artists such as Alfred Stevens, Joseph Barthelemy Vieillevoye, Edmond du Schampheler, Henri Cleenewerck, Joseph Israeli, Pillen Maris, Henri Mari Ten Kate, Johannes Jacoubus Paling, Johan Barthold Jongkind and Anton Maule, are among the creators.