We looked inside some of the tweets by @ArtHistoryBRU and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Pop-up museum shop (and a 5% discount)! Our regular museum shop is currently closed due to the Covid-19 measures. But no worries, we've installed a pop-up museum shop at the end of our Covid-safe parcours! Entrance is free (you don't need a ticket) _and_ there's a 5% discount! https://t.co/byYIg2GGKn
Cloister hallway and cloister garden ❤ https://t.co/IDGQt5HTfR
Both handkerchiefs are made from 'point de gaze', the finest and most luxurious of the Brussels laces. These handkerchiefs, together with four others from our collections, are on view in the Museum of Costume and Lace until the end of November! https://t.co/dda5pOtvem
Two royal handkerchiefs from our lace collections. Both belonged to the Belgian queen Elisabeth, wife of Albert I. Before their marriage she was princess of Wittelsbach and duchess of Bavaria. On both handkerchiefs you can see the coat of arms of Belgium and Bavaria. https://t.co/5JfF4xfJmp
We hope everyone enjoyed a safe, healthy and exciting start of the new school year today. Both pots were found in Vaux-et-Borset near Liège, Belgium. https://t.co/sRdSWFOKoJ
On the first day of school in the year 5236 BCE the girls and boys of the Linear Pottery Culture learned about making linear pottery. Pictured: (first photo) crudely made ceramic pot, presumably made by a child, mimicking the pots made by more experienced adults (second photo). https://t.co/GbXqwA83NH