Definition of Breughel
1. Noun. Flemish painter of landscapes (1525-1569).
Generic synonyms: Old Master
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Literary usage of Breughel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Christian Examiner (1854)
"The breughel Brothers, from the German of the BARON VON STERNBERG. ... It is the last of these which characterizes " The breughel Brothers. ..."
2. The Illustrated Magazine of Art (1854)
"is accordingly sometimes called breughel de Paradis, ont of osition to breughel d'Enfer, as his brother, Peter breughel, was •л\. ..."
3. A History of Belgium from the Roman Invasion to the Present Day by Émile Cammaerts (1921)
"breughel AND JORDAENS 22$ Rubens and Van Dyck represent mostly the aristocratic and clerical side of the Flemish art of the period, Jordaens appears as the ..."
4. The works of eminent masters in painting, sculpture, architecture and (1854)
"breughel commenced their acquaintance about this time, ami began to combine their talents. We have often, indeed, seen the piece» paint«! in the ..."
5. Museum of Painting and Sculpture: Or, Collection of the Principal Pictures by Etienne Achille Réveil, Jean Duchesne (1831)
"Pieter breughel the Old, also called Peter the Droll, often composed ... breughel had attentively observed the dances and manners of the peasantry. ..."