Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Slice of Life: The Low Countries at Their Best
Since the Renaissance, artists have flocked to the Low Countries (Belgium, The Netherlands, and Luxembourg) to practice their craft. Scenes like this show the Old World at its best. An artist paints the Grand Place (Grand Market in English, Grote Markt in Dutch) in Brussels, Belgium while flocks of tourists mix with locals admiring the plants for sale.
More Brussels buildings
More Belgian architecture