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  1. “The Brueghel phenomenon”, as foreign experts usually call this phenomenon in the artistic life of Flanders, does not cease to arouse a keen interest of collectors and a wide range of viewers. The founder of the dynasty is the great Pieter Brueghel the Elder, who received the apt nickname Peasant Brueghel from his compatriots. The artists were his sons Peter Jr., nicknamed Hell, and Jan Sr., known as Velvet, as well as his grandson, Jan Jr. Their heritage – both considered together and individually-is a unique case in the history of classical Western European art.

    Pieter Brueghel the Elder (Muzhitsky) — a bright and original creative personality, a bold reformer of the seemingly unshakable canons of early Dutch painting-became the creator of a whole gallery of picturesque and graphic masterpieces marked by the highest professional skill and creative insight of a true genius.

    Bruegel can also be considered the founder of cinema( very interesting angles and plans in the pictures).For example, the film “The Mill and the Cross” is a fantasy directed by Lech Majewski on the theme of the fate of the characters of the famous painting by Pieter Brueghel “The Way to Golgotha”.

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