Pieter Bruegel "The World of Bruegel in Black and White"

Bunkamura Museum of Art

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The great Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel (1525/30-1569) is one of the best-loved painters in Japan. While many of his works illustrate proverbs or portray playing children and ordinary people carousing or enjoying sports, they are at the same time subtle allegories satirizing human weakness and folly. In Bruegel’s world we can see the roots of European culture, and this affords Japanese viewers a glimpse into the heart of a Europe with which they may be less familiar, but which on acquaintance does not perhaps seem all that strange.

Thanks to the generous support of the Royal Library of Belgium, this exhibition brings together some 150 engravings by Bruegel and his contemporaries, for a new look at and a new appraisal of Bruegel and his world.

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From 2010-07-17 To 2010-08-29

Artist(s)

Pieter Bruegel

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Reviews

hypo: (2010-12-05)

基本的に良い意味でキモチワルイです。

ボスターにもあるように、人の体から何かが出て来たり
魚に足が生えていたり。

ベルセルクという漫画がありますが、
アレの世界観はもろ
ブリューゲルとボッシュなので
好きな方はぜひ。

天井からぶら下がっている動物たちが
ちょっと可愛い。。。

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