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A major Canadian premiere!

Three Hundred Years of Flemish Masterworks

Starts June 8, 2024

Sometimes, greed can be good. If you join the community of Museum Members, you’ll get to revel in** unlimited free access** to MMFA programming, starting with this major exhibition that brings together masterworks by great Flemish painters like Hans Memling, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Jacob Jordaens and Michaelina Wautier. Touching on themes that have fascinated humankind from time immemorial,* Saints, Sinners, Lovers and Fools* invites you to discover close to 150 works and objects that come mostly from The Phoebus Foundation’s remarkable collection. Let yourself be transported to the Southern Netherlands during a dynamic period of social, scientific, economic and artistic development.

Several different experiences are available to allow you to get the most out of the exhibition. Plan your visit!

See the exhibition for free!

Quench your thirst for culture by becoming a Member today. For as little as $35 a year, you can enjoy priority access to the exhibition Saints, Sinners, Lovers and Fools, along with unlimited free access to the rest of the MMFA’s programming!

Enrich your experience

We offer several different ways for you to enjoy and expand on your experience of the exhibition. The choice is yours!

Self-guided tour of the exhibition

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Family visit of the exhibition

Credits and curatorial team

An exhibition co-organized by the Denver Art Museum and The Phoebus Foundation, Antwerp, Belgium, in collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

The exhibition is curated by Katharina Van Cauteren, Chief of Staff of The Phoebus Foundation Chancellery. The Montreal presentation is curated by Chloé M. Pelletier, Curator of European Art (before 1800) at the MMFA.

Major Public Partner

Gouvernement du Canada

With support from

Official Sponsor

Media Partners

Public Partners

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