The Charlier Museum is a house museum. Owned by patron and art collector Henri Van Cutsem, the house was remodeled by Victor Horta, and in 1904 sculptor Guillaume Charlier inherited it. The house is still decorated as before, with furniture and decorative arts, including silverware, porcelain, carpets and tapestries from the 17th to 20th centuries. Also on display are paintings and sculptures by Belgian artists such as James Ensor, Léon Frédéric, Fernand Khnopff, Eugène Laermans, Antoine Wiertz, Rik Wouters and by Guillaume Charlier himself.
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Kunstlaan 16, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode
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