Visit the collection

Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp

© KMSKA, photo : Hugo Maertens

Most of the terracotta statues have been entrusted to the Fine Arts Museum in Antwerp, but due to renovation work being carried out here, the collection is not currently accessible to the general public. A selection of the works is, nevertheless, on show at the Royal Museum of Mariemont until 20 November 2016.

Plantin-Moretus Museum/ Print Room, Antwerp

© Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp - UNESCO World Heritage

The entire collection of drawings – over 800 pieces! – is now in the City of Antwerp’s print room. The drawings can be consulted, on request, in the museum reading room. 


The Rubens House, Antwerp

© Ans Brys

Lucas Faydherbe’s Buste d’Hercule (Bust of Hercules) from the collection is currently on show at the Rubens House in Antwerp.



Musée Royal de Mariemont

© Musée royal de Mariemont, photo: Michel Lechien

Three terracotta sculptural groups made by Antoine Gillis are kept at the Royal Museum of Mariemont, which also houses a fascinating collection of Belgian ceramics.