Erik Nitsche: "Gare de L'Ouest" Subway Station, Belgium
Artist: Erik Nitsche
Belgium is famous for its Gothic architecture of the Middle Ages, and although many prized buildings were destroyed in the two World Wars, many architectural jewels remain. Modern architecture, however, is becoming more noticed, and the subway stations are proof of this. Each subway station in Brussels is individually designed by Belgian architects, designers, sculptors, and painters, not only ensuring that each station is unique in its own right, but also that Brussels is unique in all the world for having created a "Living Museum" of modern architecture.
This painting was originally published on the Fleetwood® First Day Cover for the Belgium Europa 1987 Modern Art - Architecture stamp issued May 5, 1987.
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