Bruegel imagined

Written by BrusselsLife Team - 11 Jun 2006, 00:00 (Updated: 13 Dec 2012, 07:59)
Bruegel imagined
To this end, ‘Bruegel imagined’ displays all of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s paintings by means of high-quality reproductions – all of them actual size. The result is an imaginary museum that offers a complete picture of Bruegel’s painted oeuvre. Works which historically belonged together but have now been scattered across the world in various museums will thus be reunited – if only virtually.

‘Bruegel imagined’ takes the spectator on a journey of discovery through the enormous iconographical variety of Bruegel’s work, which consists of country fairs and peasant weddings, banquets and drinking bouts, proverbs and children’s games – among other things. As an artist, Bruegel is so complex that his work is impossible to describe in one or two catchwords. ‘Bruegel imagined’ allows the visitor to become acquainted with all the various aspects of Bruegel’s oeuvre – without imposing one particular interpretative vision.

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