All year long
Naturalist writer Camille Lemonnier was nicknamed "Maréchal des Lettres" or "Marshall of Letters", but also the "Belgian Zola". Prolific to say the least, Lemonnier was also an art collector with a healthy appetite. This dedicated museum boasts a number of written and painted works (some signed Emile Claus, Juliette Wytsman, Adrien-Joseph Heymans or even Théodore Baron). The writer also owned a number of sculptures by Rodin, Jef Lambeaux and Charles Vanderstappen.
The museum boasts a reconstitution of the interior of his former workshop, a little touch that really takes us into the author's private world…
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