Pieter Brueghel

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Noun1.Pieter Brueghel - Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569)Pieter Brueghel - Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569)
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When later, in Vienna, I saw several of Peter Brueghel's pictures, I thought I understood why he had attracted Strickland's attention.
Art historian Sullivan makes a micro-study of four years in the life of Dutch Renaissance artist, Peter Brueghel. In this time, 1559-1563, he painted some of his most dramatic works, including, Carnival and Lent, Children's Games, Dulle Griet and The Triumph of Death.
In Peter Brueghel's famous painting of the scene in the Musee des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Icarus splashes clumsily into the sea in the middle distance, and no one else in the painting notices.
I think of Peter Brueghel's masterpiece, his mediaeval skyscraper collapsing during an earthquake like some Los Angeles multiplex in a disaster movie.
Peace Offering could be the one to beat on the far side but this one has could well be running out of steam in the closing stages and this could leave the way clear for the 1-2 in last week's Portland Handcap at Doncaster Peter Brueghel and Out After Dark to finish up the stands side.