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Bruegel Collection

Pieter Bruegel, also known as Pieter Brueghel the Elder, was a renowned Flemish painter of the 16th century

Background imageBruegel Collection: Breugel, Pieter, The Elder. Hunters in the Snow

Breugel, Pieter, The Elder. Hunters in the Snow
Breugel, Pieter, The Elder, called Peasant Bruegel (1525-1569). Hunters in the Snow. Work belonging to a series

Background imageBruegel Collection: Winter Landscape with skaters. Pieter Brueghel II, The Younger

Winter Landscape with skaters. Pieter Brueghel II, The Younger
Winter Landscape with Skaters and Bird Trap 1601. Brueghel, Pieter, II, The Younger, (1564-1638). Oil on wood. Date: 1601

Background imageBruegel Collection: Breugel, Pieter II, The Younger. Winter Scene with Ice Skaters

Breugel, Pieter II, The Younger. Winter Scene with Ice Skaters
Breugel, Pieter, II, The Younger, called Hell Bruegel (1564-1638). Winter Scene with Ice Skaters skating and Birds. Flemish art. Painting

Background imageBruegel Collection: Dulle Griet (Mad Meg), c1562. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Dulle Griet (Mad Meg), c1562. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Dulle Griet (Mad Meg), c1562. From the collection of the Museum Mayer van den Berg, Antwerp

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Peasants Wedding

The Peasants Wedding, 1568. Bruegel, Pieter, The Elder (1525-1569). Oil on oakwood, 114 x 164 cm

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Harvesters, 1565. Creator: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

The Harvesters, 1565. Creator: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
The Harvesters, 1565

Background imageBruegel Collection: Breugel, Pieter, The Elder. The Tower of Babel

Breugel, Pieter, The Elder. The Tower of Babel
Breugel, Pieter, The Elder, called Peasant Bruegel (1525-1569). The Tower of Babel. 1563. Detail. Flemish art. Oil on wood

Background imageBruegel Collection: BRUEGEL: TRIUMPH OF DEATH. Triumph of Death; tempera on panel, c1562, by Peter Bruegel the Elder

BRUEGEL: TRIUMPH OF DEATH. Triumph of Death; tempera on panel, c1562, by Peter Bruegel the Elder

Background imageBruegel Collection: BRUEGEL: TOWER OF BABEL. Building the Tower of Babel. Oil on panel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1563

BRUEGEL: TOWER OF BABEL. Building the Tower of Babel. Oil on panel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1563

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Wedding Dance, (oil on panel)

The Wedding Dance, (oil on panel)
827654 The Wedding Dance, (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); 34.6x48.3 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Wedding Dance. Pieter Brueghel the Younger (c. 1564-1638)

Background imageBruegel Collection: Misanthrope, 1568. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Misanthrope, 1568. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Misanthrope, 1568. From the collection of the Museo e Gallerie Nazionali di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy

Background imageBruegel Collection: Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, c1558-1560

Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, c1558-1560. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Whatever I do, I do not Repent, I Keep Pissing against the Moon, 1558-1560. One from a series depicting twelve proverbs. From the Museum Mayer van der Berg, Antwerp, Belgium

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Strife of Lent with Shrovetide, c. 1550, by Pieter Bruegh

The Strife of Lent with Shrovetide, c. 1550, by Pieter Bruegh
Pieter Brueghel the Elder (c.1525-1569). Flemish painter. The Strife of Lent with Shrovetide, c.1550. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist by Pieter Brueghel the

The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist by Pieter Brueghel the
Pieter Brueghel the Elder (c.1525-1569). Flemish painter. The Sermon of Saint John the Baptist. Detail. Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageBruegel Collection: Pride (Superbia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden

Pride (Superbia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden
Pride (Superbia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558

Background imageBruegel Collection: Rent Day, c1584-1638. Artist: Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Rent Day, c1584-1638. Artist: Pieter Brueghel the Younger
Rent Day, c1584-1638. From the Burghley House Collection, Lincolnshire

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Peasant Dance, 1568-1569. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

The Peasant Dance, 1568-1569. Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
The Peasant Dance, 1568-1569. The opening of a kermesse (village fair), with a traditional dance performed by two couples. From the collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Alchemist, after 1558. Creator: Philip Galle

The Alchemist, after 1558. Creator: Philip Galle
The Alchemist, after 1558

Background imageBruegel Collection: Still life of flowers

Still life of flowers
Breugel, Jan, The Elder, called Velvet Bruegel (1568-1625). Still life of flowers. Flemish art. Oil

Background imageBruegel Collection: BRUEGEL: ST. GEORGEs DAY. Line engraving, c1600, by H. Cook after a drawing by Peter Bruegel

BRUEGEL: ST. GEORGEs DAY. Line engraving, c1600, by H. Cook after a drawing by Peter Bruegel the Elder

Background imageBruegel Collection: Patience (Patientia), 1557. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden

Patience (Patientia), 1557. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden
Patience (Patientia), 1557

Background imageBruegel Collection: BREUGHEL: CONCERT OF CATS. Line engraving, 19th century, after Peter Breughel

BREUGHEL: CONCERT OF CATS. Line engraving, 19th century, after Peter Breughel

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Parable of the Good Shepherd, 1565. Creator: Philip Galle

The Parable of the Good Shepherd, 1565. Creator: Philip Galle
The Parable of the Good Shepherd, 1565

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Death of the Virgin, 1574. Creator: Philip Galle

The Death of the Virgin, 1574. Creator: Philip Galle
The Death of the Virgin, 1574

Background imageBruegel Collection: Everyman, ca. 1558. Creators: Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Pieter van der Heyden

Everyman, ca. 1558. Creators: Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Pieter van der Heyden
Everyman, ca.1558

Background imageBruegel Collection: Anger (Ira), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle

Anger (Ira), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle
Anger (Ira), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. After Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Background imageBruegel Collection: Lust (Luxuria) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle

Lust (Luxuria) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle
Lust (Luxuria) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. After Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Background imageBruegel Collection: Sloth (Desidia), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle

Sloth (Desidia), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle
Sloth (Desidia), from the series The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. After Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Background imageBruegel Collection: Envy (Invidia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle

Envy (Invidia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558. Creator: Philip Galle
Envy (Invidia) from The Seven Deadly Sins, 1558

Background imageBruegel Collection: Hope (Spes) from the series The Virtues, 1559-60. Creator: Philip Galle

Hope (Spes) from the series The Virtues, 1559-60. Creator: Philip Galle
Hope (Spes) from the series The Virtues, 1559-60

Background imageBruegel Collection: St. James and the Magician Hermogenes, 1565. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden

St. James and the Magician Hermogenes, 1565. Creator: Pieter van der Heyden
St. James and the Magician Hermogenes, 1565

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, ca. 1560-63. Creator: Philip Galle

The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, ca. 1560-63. Creator: Philip Galle
The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, ca. 1560-63

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Resurrection, ca. 1562-63. Creator: Philip Galle

The Resurrection, ca. 1562-63. Creator: Philip Galle
The Resurrection, ca. 1562-63

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Triumph of Time, 1574. Creator: Philip Galle

The Triumph of Time, 1574. Creator: Philip Galle
The Triumph of Time, 1574

Background imageBruegel Collection: Prudence (Prudentia) from The Virtues, ca. 1559-60. Creator: Philip Galle

Prudence (Prudentia) from The Virtues, ca. 1559-60. Creator: Philip Galle
Prudence (Prudentia) from The Virtues, ca. 1559-60

Background imageBruegel Collection: 16th Century 1562 1560s Animal Art Bruegel Brueghel

16th Century 1562 1560s Animal Art Bruegel Brueghel
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Background imageBruegel Collection: The Triumph of Death, by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

The Triumph of Death, by Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Pieter Bruegel the Elder (circa 1525?1569), Flemish Renaissance painter. The Triumph of Death. Oil on panel. Museo del Prado. Madrid. Spain. Date: 1562

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Triumph of Death (detail), by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

The Triumph of Death (detail), by Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Pieter Bruegel The Elder, called Peasant Bruegel (1525-1569). The Triumph of Death (detail). Date: circa 1562

Background imageBruegel Collection: Tower Babel 1563 Brueghel Pieter Elder Bruegel

Tower Babel 1563 Brueghel Pieter Elder Bruegel
tower, babel, 1563, brueghel, pieter, elder, bruegel, allegories, time, vanitas, architecture, building, crane, construction, death, allegory, giraffe, megalomania, nebuchadnezzar, ii, biblical, old

Background imageBruegel Collection: Peasants Brawling, 1619 (oil on panel)

Peasants Brawling, 1619 (oil on panel)
990386 Peasants Brawling, 1619 (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); 73x103 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Peasants Brawling. Pieter Brueghel, the Younger (c.1564-1638)

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Tower of Babel, 1563 (oil on wood)

The Tower of Babel, 1563 (oil on wood)
LRI4571107 The Tower of Babel, 1563 (oil on wood) by Brueghel, Pieter The Elder (c.1525-69); 114x155 cm; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Detail. Building of the tower of Babel)

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Indoor Wedding Dance (oil on panel)

The Indoor Wedding Dance (oil on panel)
3431777 The Indoor Wedding Dance (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; Flemish, out of copyright

Background imageBruegel Collection: River Landscape, 1607 (oil on copper)

River Landscape, 1607 (oil on copper)
3617963 River Landscape, 1607 (oil on copper) by Brueghel, Jan the Elder (1568-1625); 20.7x32.1 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; Flemish, out of copyright

Background imageBruegel Collection: Flowers in a Basket and a Vase, 1615 (oil on panel)

Flowers in a Basket and a Vase, 1615 (oil on panel)
3617962 Flowers in a Basket and a Vase, 1615 (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Jan the Elder (1568-1625); 55.2x89.1 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; Flemish, out of copyright

Background imageBruegel Collection: An Allegory of Smell, 1635 (oil on panel)

An Allegory of Smell, 1635 (oil on panel)
827677 An Allegory of Smell, 1635 (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Jan II (1601-78) & Balen, Jan van (1611-54); 58.7x89.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: An Allegory of Smell)

Background imageBruegel Collection: The Four Elements, (oil on canvas)

The Four Elements, (oil on canvas)
659297 The Four Elements, (oil on canvas) by Brueghel, Jan II (1601-78) & Balen, Hendrik van (1623-61); 62.5x109 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Four Elements)

Background imageBruegel Collection: A Proverb - To Fill up the Well After the Calf has Drowned, (oil on panel)

A Proverb - To Fill up the Well After the Calf has Drowned, (oil on panel)
990289 A Proverb - To Fill up the Well After the Calf has Drowned, (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); 17.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBruegel Collection: A Proverb - Letting the Cat out of the Bag, (oil on panel)

A Proverb - Letting the Cat out of the Bag, (oil on panel)
990288 A Proverb - Letting the Cat out of the Bag, (oil on panel) by Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638); 17.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Proverb - Letting the Cat out of the Bag)



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Pieter Bruegel, also known as Pieter Brueghel the Elder, was a renowned Flemish painter of the 16th century. His works captured scenes from everyday life with incredible detail and skill. One of his most famous paintings is "Hunters in the Snow, " which depicts a winter landscape with hunters returning from their expedition. The coldness of the season is palpable as snow blankets the ground and icicles hang from tree branches. Another notable painting by Pieter Bruegel II, The Younger, is "Winter Scene with Ice Skaters. " This piece showcases people enjoying themselves on a frozen lake, gracefully gliding across its surface. It captures both the joy and beauty of winter sports. In contrast to these serene scenes, Bruegel's "The Peasants Wedding" portrays a lively celebration filled with dancing and merriment. The artist masterfully captures each character's unique personality through expressive gestures and facial expressions. It also delved into more fantastical subjects like in his painting "Dulle Griet (Mad Meg). " This work depicts an apocalyptic scene where chaos reigns supreme. It showcases his ability to create intricate compositions that tell stories beyond what meets the eye. "The Harvesters" is another masterpiece by Bruegel that focuses on rural life during harvest time. It presents peasants working diligently in fields while others relax under trees or enjoy meals together. Through this painting, he highlights both the hardships and simple joys found in agricultural communities. One of Bruegel's most iconic pieces is "The Tower of Babel, " which illustrates biblical narrative about human ambition leading to downfall. He intricately details construction workers building an enormous tower that reaches towards heaven but ultimately fails due to divine intervention. Another significant work by him is "Triumph of Death, " showcasing skeletal figures representing death triumphing over humanity amidst war and destruction—a haunting reminder of mortality's inevitability.