Fifty years ago, graphic designer Frans Masereel passed away. The Museum of Fine Arts (MSK) and Amsab-ISG have joined forces and draw from their collections to create a warm tribute to the artist.

The MSK Masereel collection comprises more than 700 works. You can now see a large part of that collection in the collection presentation.

The museum is displaying the entire collection of pen and ink drawings for the book “Mon livre d’heures” from around 1918 for the first time.

The exhibition zooms in on Masereel's entire oeuvre. You will discover iconic 1920s woodcuts and rarely shown sketch books from 1937-1940. His late graphic work, which is surrounded by a special fantasy, will also be displayed.

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