Brussels International 1910
Poster for the World Fair of 1910 in Brussels
|Name||Exposition Universelle et Internationale|
|Area||88 hectares (220 acres)|
|Venue||Solbos, Jubelpark, Tervuren|
|Opening||23 April 1910|
|Closure||1 November 1910|
|Previous||Milan International (1906) in Milan|
|Next||Esposizione internationale d'industria e de labora in Turin|
The fine art section included modern art loaned by the French including 3 works each by Monet, Rodin and Renoir and 2 works by Matisse. Painters who participated included the Belgian Aloïs Boudry who won a silver medal, and the French Adrien Karbowsky.
The altarpiece of the St. Jan Berchmans Church, Brussels was presented.
The Hotel Astoria, Brussels was built for the fair, and is now a protected monument.
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