The Royal Museums of Fine Arts Belgium is comprised of two workmanship exhibition halls housed in a similar building and associated likewise to the Magritte Museum. The over the ground floors worked with warm, mauve-hued marble sections and floors are the show spaces for Ancient Art old or Oude Kunst and seventeenth to eighteenth-century craftsmanship.
Craftsmen, for example, Brueghel Elder-father and Younger-child, Rubens and Jordaens are all in plain view here. Fine arts are shown on the mezzanine floor simply over the great lobby. The Modern Art Moderne or Moderne Kunst wings are shocking subterranean and it isn't only a storm cellar, there are in all-out 8 stories subterranean.
The segment begins at level - 3, where there is a show of funny cartoons, an appreciated craftsmanship from in Belgium.Other historical center offices incorporate the Museum Café, Museum Brasserie Brewery and the Museum Shop.