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Brueghel,

family of painters: see BruegelBruegel,
 Brueghel,
or Breughel
, outstanding family of Flemish genre and landscape painters. The foremost, Pieter Bruegel, the Elder, c.
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Brueghel

, Bruegel, Breughel
1. Jan . 1568--1625, Flemish painter, noted for his detailed still lifes and landscapes
2. his father, Pieter , called the Elder. ?1525--69, Flemish painter, noted for his landscapes, his satirical paintings of peasant life, and his allegorical biblical scenes
3. his son, Pieter, called the Younger. ?1564--1637, Flemish painter, noted for his gruesome pictures of hell
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It was in this milieu that Pieter Bruegel the Elder's two sons, Pieter Brueghel the Younger and Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568-1625), began their careers.
Dificilmente um filme sera melhor do que o romance do qual partiu, mas O Moinho e a Cruz, cujos pontos de partida sao a pintura de Peter Brueghel e o livro O Caminho para o Calvario, do escritor e co-roteirista do filme, Michael Francis Gibson, pode ser tao qualificado quanto a pintura Procissao para o Calvario (Figurai), do pintor flamengo, que viveu no seculo XVI.
Brueghel's The Hunters in the Snow fulfills the earlier February calendar scenes (D.
Procession to Brueghel the been saved The success of the fundraising campaign means the Procession to Calvary can remain on display at Nostell Prior y.
In this way, Brueghel's work makes a felicitous point of departure for Friedman's central project in Heavy Dancers: an examination of an earlier, medieval literary and artistic preoccupation with rustics, of which Brueghel's The Wedding Dance is only a late attestation, focusing on that tradition's semiotics of clothing in particular.
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Brueghel knew how to organize large crowds into patterns.
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Manoussakis frames this volume with discussions of a series of paintings on these themes by Jan Brueghel. He deftly integrates his consideration of Brueghel's art with his phenomenological reflections, continuing the fine tradition of phenomenologists attaching themselves to particular painters.
Three years ago Nicholls completed another one-two with Ice Planet and Pieter Brueghel.
Something about the picture recalls Brueghel's Hunters in the Snow, 1565; but whereas in Brueghel's painting the freezing cold that threatens life provokes vitality, in Duville's work life has disappeared altogether.
In a roughly twenty-five year span, between 1598 and 1625, Peter Paul Rubens and Jan Brueghel the Elder completed approximately two dozen paintings together of varying themes with each artist adhering to their specialization: Rubens, the figure, and Brueghel, the landscape background and its myriad details.