"Regards sur l'Europe: L'Europe et la Peinture Allemande du XIXe Siecle"
On loan from state museums in Berlin, Dresden and Munich, German paintings, dating from the French Revolution to World War I, reflect how the Classical, Realist and Romantic painters viewed and depicted other European countries - Greece, Italy and the Alps, France, The Netherlands, England - and found their subects of inspiration in their cultures, monuments and landscapes. More than 150 works of art by Caspar Friedrich, Arnold Boecklin, Adolph Menzel and by lesser-known artists figure in the display. www.bozar.be