More focused analyses appear in Edward Venn's narratological discussion of the Three for Icarus cycle, which draws on Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's painting Fall of Icarus (Musees royaux des beaux-arts de Belgique) as well as Rebecca Thumpston's analysis of agency in Holt's cello solo Feet of Clay, partially inspired by a photograph by Bruce Nauman.
Sixteenth Century painter Pieter Bruegel
The Elder will be the subject of a lecture organised by the Arts Society of Stirling and Forth Valley on May 16, 10.50am for 11am, at the Albert Halls, Stirling.
Palacio and Counting 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan; and art from Pieter Bruegel
. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Sao estes: "O Salmo do Campones", de 1935 e "Pieter Bruegel
, como te farejei em tuas obras", de 1928..
When the curators Per Rumberg and Desmond Shawe-Taylor gathered together some 150 works from the broken collection of the man Rubens called 'the greatest amateur of paintings among the princes of the world', it was the first time in nearly four centuries that such masterworks as, for example, Titian's Portrait of Charles V with a Dog (Prado) and Holbein's portrait of Robert Cheseman (Mauritshuis) had hung alongside Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's The Three Soldiers (Frick Collection) and Velazquez's Portrait of King Philip IV (Meadows Museum).
* Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's Children's Games, 1560, is another one where they can list all the games they see being played.
The sword-wielding Mad Meg, an apparition from Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's eponymously named 1562 painting, replaces her.
Comprised of 24 vignettes, each four-and-a-half minutes long, the film shows a series of 23 photos, from his own collection taken over 40 years, and one painting by Dutch artist Pieter Bruegel
the Elder (1525-1569), all expanded into a flowing live-action tableau, or (as the movie calls it) a "frame," using copious and all-but-invisible digital technology.
Some lighthearted images are reminiscent of the moralizing paintings of Dutch artists Pieter Bruegel
and Hieronymous Bosch.
Perhaps we can illuminate one source of the paradox by returning to Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's depiction of the absurd allegorical joust in his 'The Battle between Carnival and Lent', a commonplace rooted in the agonistic traditions of medieval debate poetry.
men's Needs, Whatever by The Previous winners have included albums by The Last Shadow Puppets and Radiohead's Thom York, and nominated albums have featured artwork by varied and illustrious names such as 16th century Dutch master Pieter Bruegel
the Elder, Sir Quentin Blake, Jamie Hewlett and legendary pop artist Sir Peter Blake.
The print of Pieter Bruegel
the Elder's The Triumph of Death hanging in Travis' bedroom may offer a subliminal commentary on the horrors transpiring in the outside world, but they turn out to be no match for the demons within.