Housed in a neoclassical building and part of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, the Magritte Museum, founded in 2009, provides an excellent survey of works by the surrealist artist, who lived in a modest house in the suburban district of Jette, Brussels, for the last 40 years of his life. The collection of more than 200 works include oils on canvas, gouaches, drawings, sculptures, and painted objects as well as advertising posters, musical scores, vintage photographs, and films produced by the artist. Throughout the museum Magritte’s works are complemented by those of other artists, often friends or contemporaries, which help to show the exchange of ideas and subjects. The museum's gift shop has a good selection of items themed around the artist as well as surrealism in general.