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Brue·ghel

or Brue·gel also Breu·ghel  (broi′gəl, bro͞o′-, brœ′-), Pieter Known as "the Elder." 1525?-1569.
Flemish painter noted for his landscapes and his lively genre scenes, including Peasant Wedding (c. 1567). His son Pieter (1564-1638?), known as "the Younger," is primarily remembered for his copies of his father's works, while another son, Jan (1568-1625), is frequently called "the Flower Brueghel" or "the Velvet Brueghel" for the silky detail of his still-life paintings.
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There are family portraits by Sir Henry Raeburn and Allan Ramsay, as well as paintings by Alexander Naismith, Archibald Skirving and Jan Bruegel. The house contains many pieces of period furniture and the conducted tour will tell the history of the house, its owners and its contents.