The Chancellery of The Phoebus Foundation has been working with the Keizerskapel (Emperor’s Chapel) in Antwerp since 2017.
Every six months, a new and unknown jewel from the collection is presented at this unique location. An edition of Phoebus Focus tells the story of the masterpiece and its author gives a lecture.
The following works have been exhibited to date:
- Unknown master, St Luke Painting the Virgin, c.1520-30
- Daniël Seghers, Vase of Flowers with Roses, Narcissi and Tulips, c.1630-40
- Peter Snayers, Travellers Attacked by Robbers, c.1640-50
- Adriaen Isenbrandt, Triptych with the Immaculate Conception, c.1500