Pieter Bruegel the Elder

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Are you bored yet? Five art shows to be dazzled by over the Christmas season
From Lucian Freud to Turner and the mysteries of ancient Egypt, here are some of the best exhibitions across the country right now

Jonathan Jones

28, Dec, 2022 @7:00 AM

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A rainforest cries: music, art, books and more to help you deal with climate anxiety
From Noname’s new single to Bruegel’s vision of a lost world, our critics offer up culture for processing the impending crisis

Jenessa Williams, Sam Jordison, Ryan Gilbey, Jonathan Jones and Keza MacDonald

07, Feb, 2022 @10:00 AM

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From Bruegel’s boozers to Hirst’s horrific ashtray: what are the wildest parties in art?
Summon some Flemish yokels. Send for some Venetian aristocrats. Then open the ale and party to the sound of bagpipes … if you can’t get to a Christmas bash this year, come to art’s best knees-ups instead

Jonathan Jones

17, Dec, 2021 @12:41 PM

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The Guardian view on Antwerp: lessons from a crossroads community | Editorial
Editorial: British ties with a historic European city deserve to be more widely explored


17, Aug, 2021 @6:16 PM

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Jonathan Jones's top 10 art shows of 2018
Rodin’s wild works electrified the art of ancient Greece, Bruegel gave ice-skating an apocalyptic undertow and the Summer Exhibition got a stunning makeover from Grayson Perry

Jonathan Jones

19, Dec, 2018 @12:00 PM

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Bruegel review – beer, pancakes, and the limitless genius of Bruegel
With its vibrant vistas of comedy and horror, this astonishing exhibition reveals how the 16th-century Flemish master created art that was simply more human and generous than anyone else’s

Jonathan Jones

01, Oct, 2018 @9:15 AM

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Eduardo Paolozzi and Nathan Coley: this week's best UK exhibitions
From the renowned postwar artist to a sculpture depicting the bankside art museum up in flames

Jonathan Jones

17, Feb, 2017 @9:30 AM

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Ignore the art market – there is only one Bruegel that matters
Pieter Bruegel the Elder is the only genius in his family – so why is the UK being flooded with the inferior work of his offspring?

Jonathan Jones

09, Feb, 2017 @12:53 PM

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Layby in the landscape, buffeted by history
Country diary: Sun Bank, Teesdale Snow has a magical effect when the shadows emphasise features of this post-glacial landscape

Phil Gates

02, Feb, 2017 @5:30 AM

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Bosch and Bruegel review – more gripping than a thriller
Two master painters of the macabre and the mundane come together in Joseph Leo Koerner’s frightening, fascinating study

Alexandra Harris

01, Feb, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Brueghel's rediscovered wedding dancers to go on show in Bath
Celebration of artistic dynasty at Holburne Museum will include piece newly attributed to Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Maev Kennedy

06, Nov, 2016 @5:58 PM

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Jim Broadbent writes graphic novel inspired by Bruegel
Dull Margaret, a darkly humorous tale illustrated by the artist DIX, is tipped to be a hot property at the Frankfurt book fair

Alison Flood

10, Oct, 2016 @12:25 PM

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