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  • Thames & Hudson The Classical Age: In "The Fight between Carnival and Lent" 1559, Pieter Bruegel the Elder's swarming panorama of 16th-century life, the excessive indulgence of Carnival -- derived from ancient Saturnalia -- is contrasted with the sobriety of Lent, as seen around the church.

    Imagining a Better World

  • "Pieter Bruegel," a superb and sumptuous monograph by the scholar Larry Silver, is an object of beauty in its own right.

    Earthy Grandeur

  • In the English-speaking world, we generally pronounce the surname of Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel (c. 1525–69)—creator of masterly rural scenes like "Hunters in the Snow" (1565) and "Peasant Wedding" (c. 1568)—as BROY-guhl.

    Earthy Grandeur

  • • A report on Wednesday about the launch of Google's Art Project was illustrated by a painting, The Harvesters, by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and a detailed close-up of a scene in the background.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • Here he plays the Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel in the act of creating his masterpiece "The Way To Calvary" in 1564—amid the brutality of an occupying Spanish militia and just five years before his death at age 44.

    Punks, Painters, Prodigies, Pariahs

  • Similarly, a small winter landscape by Flemish artist Jacob Grimmer reminds us that the collection's numerous Dutch ice scenes—including a splendid village skating party by Hendrick Avercamp—derive from a Flemish tradition initiated by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

    Collecting as a Fine Art

  • Furthermore, we may allude to fancy-pants stuff like Albert Camus or Pieter Bruegel, but also to Seinfeld and the Simpsons and all that other stuff we love.

    Salvatore Bono: Speaking With New Jersey Indie Sensations Titus Andronicus

  • Furthermore, we may allude to fancy-pants stuff like Albert Camus or Pieter Bruegel, but also to Seinfeld and the Simpsons and all that other stuff we love.

    Salvatore Bono: Speaking With New Jersey Indie Sensations Titus Andronicus

  • Paintings by Sir Joshua Reynolds, J.M.W. Turner, Pieter Bruegel the Younger, Frederic Remington, among others and their frames were similarly treated, then sent to art storage facilities in Philadelphia.

    A Well-Maintained 100-Year-Old

  • See: "Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Avaritia (Greed) (26.72.31)".

    Avaritia (Greed)

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