belgian designer

Palais de la Découverte Project, Paris,

Frantz Jourdain (1847 – 1935) was an architect and author from Belgium. He is best known for La Samaritaine, an Art Nouveau department store designed in three stages between 1904 and 1928 in Paris’s 1st arrondissement. He was regarded as an Art Nouveau expert.Read More →

Poster Henry van de Velde featured image

Henry van de Velde was a Belgian architect, industrial designer, painter and art critic. He worked in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.Read More →

Gaston Eysselinck

Both his parents came from Ninove; father Eysselinck had ended up in Tienen as an employee at the railway company. Gaston Eysselinck was educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, where he was taught by Geo Henderick, among others. Eysselinck was able to interpret foreign influences in a personal way in a short period. Read More →

Biscuit Tin for 'Antwerpse Handjes' biscuits

The silhouette of the cathedral and Antwerp’s central square are depicted on a tin box for biscuits named ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ (Antwerp Hands).Read More →