Queen Mathilde visits Rubens Exhibiton in Brussels

Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens (1577 - 1640 )at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels, Belgium, 02 October 2014

Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens
Queen Mathilde earlier this week attending the exhibition “Sensation and Sensuality” at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul RubensQueen Mathilde of Belgium visits the exhibition Sentation and Sensuality, Rubens and his Heritage of Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens

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