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Pieter Bruegel. Zoo heb ik u uit uwe werken geroken
Maida C. Darnton and Wilhelmina J. Paul
The painter Pieter Bruegel (the Elder, 1520-1569) is an inspired artist who enjoys life and loves his country. That is why he paints playing children, farmer’s weddings, barn dances, the lame, the blind, popular sayings, and lots of ordinary people.
Use of language is a little old-fashioned and impressionistic
Illustrated by the author
Condemned by historians as historically incorrect.
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