Liege

Belgium



Address:
Rue Mère Dieu
Liege
4000
Phone: +32 42 21 42 79

Musée D'Art Religieux Et D'art Mosan

The MARAM, museum of religious and Mosan art in Liege, brings together a rich collection of masterpieces from the Meuse region.
The collection of religious works gives a insight into the evolution of religious art in the diocese of Liege from the middle ages to the beginning of the twentieth century, through a collection which is considered among the most important in Belgium. The pieces include examples of sculpture, textiles, painting and gold.
The presentation of these collections, which brings together aesthetic and educative values, demonstrates the particularities of each artistic current within the ancient diocese, from roman art (11th to 12th centuries), Gothicism, the Renaissance, to 19th century historicism


 Permanent Collection Highlights (7)

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Permanent Collection

Important works from the Flemish school of painting, French ivory pieces, and German sculptures are displayed alongside pieces specifically from the region.
A section of the museum is consecrated to Saint Lambert, and groups together the main historic an iconographic pieces relating to the the patron saint of Liege.
The collection of Mosan art evokes the golden age of the diocese of Liege (11th to 13th century) and includes an exceptional series of sculptures of the Virgin, several baptism basins, and bronze and gold works.




Cost

Admission € 3.80/ € 2.50 groups and concessions


Opening hours

The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 6pm and on Sundays from 11am to 4pm. Closed on Mondays.
Closed on 1 January, 1 May, 1 and 2 November, 11 November, 24 – 26 December and 31 December.






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