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  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233517.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233518.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233519.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233520.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233521.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233522.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233523.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233524.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233525.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233526.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233527.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233528.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233529.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233530.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233531.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233532.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233533.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233534.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233535.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233536.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233537.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233538.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233539.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233540.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233541.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233542.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233543.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233544.jpg
    The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233545.jpg
    portrait of Mme Denise Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233546.jpg
    portrait of Mme Denise Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233547.jpg
    portrait of Mme Denise Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233548.jpg
    portrait of Mme Sylvie Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233549.jpg
    portrait of Mme Sylvie Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233550.jpg
    portrait of Mme Sylvie Van Der Kelen, decorator. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233551.jpg
    Some realizations made by Sylvie Van Der Kelen for Maison Degand. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233552.jpg
    Some realizations made by Sylvie Van Der Kelen for Maison Degand. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233553.jpg
    Some realizations made by Sylvie Van Der Kelen for Maison Degand. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • The Van Der Kelen school in Brussels. A school of excellence.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0233554.jpg
    Some realizations made by Sylvie Van Der Kelen for Maison Degand. The Van Der Kelen school, founded at the end of the 19th century, is the only school in the world to teach decorative painting techniques. Its reputation far exceeds the kingdom, yet it is little known to the general public, especially in Belgium. Author Maylis de Kerengal will make it a central place in her novel “Un monde à reach de main”, which appeared in 2018. Each year, for several months, she welcomes between 20 and 60 students from all over the world. will train with Ms. Denise Van Der Kelen, called “Madame”, in the different techniques that will allow them to professionalize in decorative painting. The outlets are multiple, from the decoration of private apartments, to the dressing of stores such as Maison Degand (famous tailor) or even parts of the Métropole hotel, a real institution in the capital (closed since the COVID crisis ).
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220344.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220345.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220346.jpg
    MINUSMA peacekeepers secure the area of the borehole and the water tower as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate of Social Development and Solidarity Economy ( DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new school of Koygouma, in the circle of Goundam. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220347.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220348.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220349.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220350.jpg
    A MINUSMA blue helmet secures the landing zone of a helicopter as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES ) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new Koygouma School in Goundam Circle. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220351.jpg
    Vehicles from the HCUA (High Council for the Azawad Unit) came to secure the area as well. In Koygouma (Goundam district, Gargando commune) in the region of Timbuktu, the HCUA, member of the CMA (Movement Coordination of Azawad) is very present. This armed group, a signatory to the Algiers Peace Accords, made up mostly of Ançar Dine's dissidents, is often criticized for its "double playing" with the jihadists in the region.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220352.jpg
    MINUSMA peacekeepers secure the area of the borehole and the water tower as part of a visit by a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate of Social Development and Solidarity Economy ( DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new school of Koygouma, in the circle of Goundam. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220353.jpg
    Vehicles from the HCUA (High Council for the Azawad Unit) came to secure the area as well. In Koygouma (Goundam district, Gargando commune) in the region of Timbuktu, the HCUA, member of the CMA (Movement Coordination of Azawad) is very present. This armed group, a signatory to the Algiers Peace Accords, made up mostly of Ançar Dine's dissidents, is often criticized for its "double playing" with the jihadists in the region.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220354.jpg
    A fighter from HCUA (High Council for the Azawad unit) came to secure the area too. In Koygouma (Goundam district, Gargando commune) in the region of Timbuktu, the HCUA, member of the CMA (Movement Coordination of Azawad) is very present. This armed group, a signatory to the Algiers Peace Accords, made up mostly of Ançar Dine's dissidents, is often criticized for its "double playing" with the jihadists in the region.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220355.jpg
    Ali Haidara, a member of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) in the village of Koygouma (Goundam Circle, Gargando Commune) in the Timbuktu region on November 13, 2019.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220356.jpg
    Ali Haidara, a member of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) in the village of Koygouma (Goundam Circle, Gargando Commune) in the Timbuktu region on November 13, 2019.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220357.jpg
    Residents and fighters of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) came to attend the inauguration of the new school. Inauguration in the presence of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220358.jpg
    An Arabic teacher and Quran teacher gives a lesson to a class of girls during the visit of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate of Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict. Shelter kits were also distributed as well as sums of money allocated as part of the accompaniment and facilitation to return.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220359.jpg
    Residents and fighters of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) came to attend the inauguration of the new school. Inauguration in the presence of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220360.jpg
    MINUSMA peacekeepers at the visit of a UNHCR and MINUSMA delegation accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate of Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration of the new school of Koygouma, in the circle of Goundam. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220361.jpg
    fighters of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) came to attend the inauguration of the new school. Inauguration in the presence of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220362.jpg
    Residents and fighters of the HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) came to attend the inauguration of the new school. Inauguration in the presence of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220363.jpg
    Residents and fighters of HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) came to attend the inauguration of the new school. Inauguration in the presence of UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Directorate for Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220364.jpg
    A man proudly shows the flag of HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) and making the sign of -Victory- with the other hand during the visit of the UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Direction of Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict. Shelter kits were also distributed as well as sums of money allocated as part of the accompaniment and facilitation to return.
  • Timbuktu: MINUSMA in Koygouma, stronghold of the HCUA
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0220365.jpg
    A man proudly shows the flag of HCUA (High Council for the Unity of Azawad) and making the sign of -Victory- with the other hand during the visit of the UNHCR and MINUSMA accompanied by the director of the Regional Direction of Social Development and Solidarity Economy (DRDSES) and the director of the Timbuktu Academy for the inauguration. This visit took place 6 months after the voluntary return of 2093 refugees from M'berra camp in Mauritania who had fled their village in 2013 at the time of the conflict. Shelter kits were also distributed as well as sums of money allocated as part of the accompaniment and facilitation to return.
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