Synopses & Reviews
Pieter Bruegel was perhaps the greatest sixteenth-century Flemish painter and he is certainly the most popular today. Surprisingly, fewer than fifty of his works have survived, though his episodes from peasant life, landscapes and religious paintings are familiar to all.
The series has always been highly regarded for its insight and authority, providing an invaluable introduction to key artists and movements in art history. Each volume contains an introductory essay, forty-eight full-page colour plates, accompanied by extensive notes, and numerous comparative illustrations in colour or black and white.
Part of a series which introduces key artists and movements in art history, this book deals with Pieter Bruegel. Each title in the series contains 48-full page colour plates, accompanied by extensive notes, and numerous comparative black and white illustrations.