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Emmanuel Beyens is a painter based in Brussels. He creates both contemporary figurative paintings and portraits.

He has been painting for over 30 years. He attended an academy in Brussels, then he perfected his skills in academic figurative art at the Vlamish Classical Atelier in Bruges, then following Master Classes at the Academy of Art in Florence. . In 2011, Emmanuel Beyens won the 1st Prize for Painting at the Salon International du Portrait with his painting "The Maharadja". 

His interest in portraiture never left him. Favoring oil painting, he paints in the manner of 19th century portraitists, each portrait aiming to capture the true personality of the subject.



July 2023:International Portrait Gallery, Brussels.

April 2019:Art Nou Milleni Gallery, Barcelona. (Personal exhibition)

March 2019:Barcelona Spring Art Show, Barcelona

November 2017:Balthasar, Brussels. (Personal exhibition)

October 2017:ANRB Artists’ Fair, Brussels

October 2016: Espronceda Center for Art and Culture, Barcelona. (Personal exhibition)

March 2015: Art Shopping Woluwe, Brussels

December 2014:TAG Gallery Brussels. Exhibition "@Conversation" in collaboration with Fabian Vogler and  Savina Tarsitano, Brussels.

June 2014:Edelman Communication, Brussels

May 2014: Bank Montepaschi, Brussels. (Personal exhibition)

April 2011:International Portrait Fair, Château de Beauregard, Blois.

October 2010:Art Shopping Fair at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

June 2010:  European Commission, Brussels. (Personal exhibition)

April 2004:  La Ferme Rose, Brussels. (Personal exhibition)


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