This art deco house surrounded by a beautifully lush garden originally inhabited by david and alice van buuren exhibits a wide range of rare furniture
Around the same time that rudolf koppitz was changing photography with his motion studies in vienna david van buuren a dutch jewish banker from gouda
House Van Buuren Museum

House Van Buuren Museum House Van Buuren Museum

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academy”, with rare furniture, carpets, stained-glass windows, sculptures and international masterpieces. This ” private memory house ” became a museum in 1975 according to the testament of Alice van Buuren .

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From 1928 to 1970, the van Buurens hosted people such as Raoul Dufy, Jacques Prévert, René Lalique, Sergei Diaghilev, Erik Satie, René Magritte, David Ben-Gurion. The private house became a museum in 1975 according to the testament of Alice van Buuren.[6]

“Landscape with the Fall of Icarus”, c.1590–95, oil on wood (63 by 90 centimetres (25 in × 35 in)), circle of Peter Bruegel the Elder, Museum van Buuren, Brussels, Belgium.

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The gardens are an extension of the house, into which they seem to penetrate. They originally covered 26 ares (100m2) and now cover 1.5 ha. Tis is divided in three parts: the first one is “Picturesque Garden” designed by the landscape architect Jules Buyssens in 1924 that recalls the spirit of the “roaring twenties” and represents the geometrical ideas of the Art Deco. The second one, the “Labyrinth”’’, is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor André Willequet in 1968. The third one, “Garden of the Hearts”‘’ was designed by Belgian landscape designer René Pechère in 1970 and brings a touch of romanticism to the park. There is a great harmony of style and time between the J. Buyssens’s garden and the Art Deco house. 45 years later, Alice considered René Pechère’s gardens as a complement of her villa. This jewel of greenery in the center of Brussels can be visited all year round.[15][16][17]

The Museum David and Alice van Buuren is a private house, now a museum, built from 1924 to 1928 for banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice in Brussels, Belgium. The house was decorated by David and Alice as a total work of art to present their art collection in a rich Art Deco interior. The house is surrounded by gardens designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and René Pechère in 1968 and 1970. The house was declared a National Heritage site in 2001.[2] The private house became a museum in 1975 according to the testament of Alice van Buuren.

Alternative names van Buuren House General information Type Private house Architectural style Amsterdam School, Art Deco Address 41 Léo Errera Avenue Town or city Brussels Country Belgium Coordinates 50°48′36.

18″N 4°21′13.73″E / 50.8100500°N 4.3538139°E / 50.8100500; 4.3538139Coordinates: 50°48′36.18″N 4°21′13.73″E / 50.8100500°N 4.3538139°E / 50.8100500; 4.3538139 Construction started 1924 (1924) Completed 1928 (1928) Renovated 2012, 2013 Client David and Alice van Buuren Owner David and Alice van Buuren foundation Website www.

museumvanbuuren.com References [1]

Categories: Buildings and structures completed in 1928Museums established in 1975Museums in BrusselsArt museums and galleries in BelgiumBiographical museums in BelgiumHistoric house museums in BelgiumArt Deco architecture in Belgium

On 16 July 2013, the paintings “Shrimps and Shells” of Belgian painter James Ensor and “The Thinker” by Dutch artist Kees van Dongen and eight small works by old masters were stolen.[12][13][14]

References[edit] Bibliography[edit] External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Museum Van Buuren. Maslaton Oster, Joelle (5 December 2009). “Van Buuren – Joelle Magazine”. joellemagazine.

com. Retrieved 18 August 2013.  Thera, Coppens (2007). “Museum David en Alice van Buuren”. historisch-toerisme-bureau.nl (in Dutch). Retrieved 18 August 2013. 

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David van Buuren (1886–1955) was born into a Jewish family in Gouda, Netherlands.[3] He settled in Brussels in 1909 to become an important private banker. He married the Belgian Alice Piette (1890-1973) in 1922. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels.[4] From 1924-1928 the van Buurens commissioned the Belgian architects Léon Govaerts and Alexis Van Vaerenbergh to build their house on the Léo Errera Avenue in Uccle following Franco’s sketches.[4][5] The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows.

David van Buuren decorated his house with paintings from James Ensor, Joachim Patinir, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Hercules Seghers, Pieter Jansz Saenredam, Tsuguharu Foujita, Kees van Dongen, Vincent van Gogh, Henri Fantin-Latour, Rik Wouters, Gustave De Smet, Xavier Mellery en Constant Permeke. David was the patron of Belgian expressionist painter Gustave van de Woestijne. Van Buurens collections consists of 32 paintings of Van de Woestijne.[7]

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The living room is decorated with a rich collection of modernist carpets designed by the Dutch designer Jaap Gidding[8] and a grand piano made of rosewood designed by Julius Blüthner.[9] Jan Eisenloeffel designed the 500 kg (1,100 lb) Art Deco chandelier in the entrance hall.[10][3][11]

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This house bought in 1928 by the banker and patron David van Buuren has a outdoor architecture typical of the Amsterdam School, while the indoor decoration characterizes an “Art Deco” whole by Belgian, French and Dutch designers. The van Buuren made their villa a “living

1 History 2 Collections 3 Garden 4 References 5 Bibliography 6 External links

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