You don’t necessarily have to be at a major museum to see Bruegel’s work. He is also honoured in lesser-known places. Bornem Castle, on the outskirts of Antwerp, is an excellent example. It is the home of one of the largest private collections of Bruegel engravings in the world. And at the Church of Our Lady of the Chapel in Brussels, you can say your final farewells. The master is believed to be resting in one of the mausoleums here. The grave was even graced by a painting by Rubens at the time, made at the request of Jan Brueghel, Pieter’s son. Unfortunately, the original has since moved abroad. A copy hangs in its place.