Bruegels Winterlandschaften

Historiker und Kunsthistoriker im Dialog

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Bruegels Winterlandschaften
Historiker und Kunsthistoriker im Dialog

Ed. Tine Luk Meganck, Sabine Van Sprang, text(s) by Erik Aerts, Claire Billen, Wim Blockmans, Hilde Cuvelier, Chloé Deligne, Jelle De Rock, Ethan Matt Kavalet, Michael Limberger, Tine Luk Meganck, Anne-Laure Van Bruaene, Sabine Van Sprang, graphic design by Paul Van Calster

German

2018. 352 pp.,

hardcover

24.00 x 30.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-4514-7

Historians reinterpret Bruegel’s winterscapes

Commemorating the 450th anniversary of Pieter Bruegel's death in 2019

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, one of the great Netherlandish masters of the Renaissance, is famous for his winter landscapes. To this day, his large paintings—with their gloomy atmospheres, their pale light, ice skaters, and sledding—still embody the Flemish winters of this period and have gone down in the collective visual memory as typical images of northern winters.

Through interdisciplinary work, historians and art historians have collaborated on new analyses of Bruegel’s vision, which have altered their perspectives not only of his works, but of his era, as well. This volume focuses on Bruegel’s Winter Landscape with a Bird Trap and The Census at Bethlehem from the collection of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. A treasure for Bruegel experts and fans!

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