Overview

Lukasweb works with the most important Flemish art and heritage collections. You can search the individual partners and their collections here. 

painting of King with winecup from the collection of Gaasbeek Castle

Kasteel van Gaasbeek

Historic castle in the heart of the Pajottenland, southwest of Brussels with an art and furniture museum, and a park with a 17th-century pleasure pavilion.
Grieving parents by Käthe Kollwitz

Kerkhof Vladslo Diksmuide

The Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof Vladslo is a military cemetery in the Belgian town of Vladslo. There are 25,644 fallen German soldiers from the First World War resting.
Verzamelhandschrift (detail) Rederijkerskamer De Goudbloem Sint Niklaas Koninklijke Oudheidkundige kring Sint Niklaas

Koninklijke Oudheidkundige kring Sint Niklaas

One of the oldest historical circles in Flanders.
Prova car by Panamarenko

M HKA Collectie Vlaamse Gemeenschap

Memory of a Sunday (detail) by Edgard Tytgat

MDD

The head of Pierre Wissant

MSK Gent

Dizzing

Mu.ZEE

The art museum by the sea for Belgian art, with complete openness and accessibility. Mu.ZEE creates an active space for the public and artists where art can be approached in a relaxed, free and creative way.
The Virgin and Child with Canon Joris Van der Paele.

Musea Brugge

14 urban museums including the Groeninge Museum, the Gruuthuse Museum and the Sint-Janshospitaal : from Michelangelo’s Madonna and the Flemish primitives, to folk art and contemporary art.

Musea Brugge-Bruggemuseum-Gruuthuse

Musea Brugge-Groeningemuseum

Musea Brugge-Sint-Janshospitaal

illustration blue bird dreaming

Museum Arnold Vander Haegen

Highlights of the collection include a reconstruction of the study and the library of the Belgian Nobel Prize-winner Maurice Maeterlinck, two rooms housing the work of artists who illustrated Maeterlinck’s work, and a Chinese salon.