Consulate General of the Slovak Republic

A. de Ville de Goyet ©

This handsome eclectic-style town house with its modest garden was built by architect Georges Hobé in 1907 for the painter Frantz Charlet. The building has three white-stone upper floors resting on a blue-limestone ground floor. The right-hand side features a three-storey trapezoidal oriel, whose roof, crowned by an openwork parapet, serves as a terrace. This section terminates in a bell-shaped gable. Known for his Impressionist-style paintings, Frantz Charlet, one of the founders of the groupe des XX, lived in the building and also had his studio here. This light-filled space will provide the setting for an exhibition of works by contemporary Slovak artists. 

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Avenue Molière/Molièrelaan 195 – Ixelles/Elsene

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