The Arentshuis Museum lies in a beautiful 18th century building on the banks of river Dijver, and is divided into two parts: one part is dedicated to ancient laces, the finest expression of Flemish craftsmanship, testifying the importance of Bruges as a trade town in the Middle Age, whereas the upper part plays host to the works by the painter and sculptor Frank Brangwyn, citizen of Bruges, who spent most of his life in England.
After his death a small collection of his works was donated to his hometown, among which are some dark canvas representing industrial scenes.
- Arentshuis Museum
- Dijver 16 Bruges
- Open every day from 9.30 am to 17.00 pm
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