The main current exhibition is Five Senses in Painting. It encompasses paintings and printed graphics of the 17th through to the 19th century. Many of the works are on loan from around 20 European museums, such as Madrid’s Thyssen-Bornemisza. They include masterpieces by Van Aldewereld, Jan Brueghel the Younger, Jan Davidsz. de Heemand Jan Jacobsz. Molenaer, among others. From 14 May until 5 March 2017, Villa Vauban will exhibit Depictions of a Serene World, a collection of paintings from the European Romantic period. Boris Fuge, head of press and public relations, explains: “This exhibition will showcase painters from France, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands, demonstrating their different approaches.