The Pieter Bruegel Atlas - The Great Atlas of the Old Flemish Masters

Author(s): Gunter Hauspie; Arnout Balis

Artists & Styles

Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1525/1530-1569) was one of the most innovative artists of the 16th century. Although he is mainly remembered as the acute observer of peasant scenes, Bruegel was also a great draftsman and graphic artist, storyteller and humourist. He lived and worked in the Brabant cities of Antwerp, Brussels, and Mechelen and was one of the first Dutch artists to travel throughout Italy to Sicily. The Pieter Bruegel Atlas portrays his life on an illustrated timeline: important dates and periods in his life are explored through text, images and maps. This unique atlas-based approach unites culture and tourism harmoniously in one book. Plentiful anecdotes illuminate the society and culture in which Bruegel lived, and practical routes help readers discover the artist for themselves through city walks, car trips, and museums. AUTHOR: Gunter Hauspie is an historian and an experienced travel journalist who is regularly published in both Belgian and international travel magazines. He has written over a dozen travel guides. SELLING POINTS: * The second of three atlas-format surveys of influential Old Flemish Masters: the first was The Peter Paul Rubens Atlas (2018), ISBN 9789401449267, and the third will be The Jan Van Eyck Atlas (2020). * A unique format in which to explore the context in which the artists lived, worked and flourished * Lavishly illustrated with photographs and dozens of historical and contemporary maps 140 colour, 30 b/w images


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General Fields

  • : 9789401458634
  • : Lannoo N. V., Uitgeverij
  • : Lannoo N. V., Uitgeverij
  • : August 2019
  • : --- length: - '25.1' width: - '19.7' units: - Centimeters
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Gunter Hauspie; Arnout Balis
  • : Hardback
  • : English
  • : 192