The Heritage of Rogier van der Weyden in Brussels' Fine Arts Museum shows paintings from the end of the 15th and the beginning of the 16th centuries when Brussels was expanding at a rapid pace. At that time, the city was the home of the dukes of Burgundy.
Every painting has its particular story about where it was made, who the author was and how we know, what its message is, etc. Another merit of this exhibition is that works from musea and private collections all over the world came back to where they were created.
I wish all of you following my blog could experience this unique event. If you are near Brussels, do go see Mr van der Weyden and his temporaries.