Anatomy of an Artwork: From Painter's Studio to the Brueghel Enterprise

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The son of Pieter Brueghel the Elder, a painter of genius and a hugely creative artist, Pieter Brueghel the Younger quickly became aware that his father's works were timeless and popular throughout the whole of Europe. He put his talent as a painter at the service of the efficient and poetic repetition of his compositions, imagining a technique of rapid production bringing together tradition and modernity. In this way he was responding to the high level of demand from the collectors of the time, who were keen to possess a work from the Brueghel universe. Click through to explore The Adoration of the Kings in more detail. 

Tableaux, Sculptures et Dessins Anciens et du XIXe siècle                                                             15 June |Paris 

Anatomy of an Artwork: From Painter's Studio to the Brueghel Enterprise

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