Pieter Bruegel the Elder has enjoyed both admiration and popularity for four hundred years. Yet although his pictures have become familiar part of our lives, the artist himself remains a shadowy and misunderstood figure. Walter Gibson dispels the notion of Bruegel the simpleton peasant, instead, he shows us Bruegel the cultivated artist.
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I picked this up inspired by Michael Frayn's book 'Headlong' where the narrator enters into a possibly hairbrained pursuit after a possibly Breugel painting. This study is very readable, and helpful ... Read full review
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