Pieter Breughel


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Noun1.Pieter Breughel - Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569)Pieter Breughel - Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569)
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The era of expansion begins with the Renaissance--the show opened with a mid-sixteenth-century drawing from the Pieter Breughel circle depicting the artist at work accompanied by an onlooker--and culminates in the nineteenth century, when "images of the studio were observed, staged, and invented," acting as "pedagogical spaces, venues for social gatherings, places for the display of art, entirely imaginary, and more.
com)-- Pieter Breughel the Younger's “Spring” more than tripled its low estimate of $700,000 and fetched $2.
Painter Pieter Breughel the Elder's interpretation of Cockaigne was a depiction of overindulgence that engaged basic needs and desires.
Within the tight ambit of this show we glimpse the impact of these major events obliquely, as Bosch's gleefully delirious compositions give way to the greater naturalism of Pieter Breughel the Elder and his sons (Fig.
Rabb sees Pieter Breughel as the prophet of this new vision with his painting The Massacre of the Innocents, in which the biblical scene has been transferred to Europe.