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Indeed, few of Bruegel's paintings date from before 1562--Parable of the Sower (1557), Netherlandish Proverbs (1559), The Battle Between Carnival and Lent (1559), and Children's Games (1560) are among them--and all of them are rustic or peasant scenes.
"On the other hand, the Troika acts on behalf of the member states, with a clear mandate given to it by the Eurogroup." The Bruegel trio suggests setting up a new EU institution, a European Monetary Fund (EMF), to replace the intergovernmental European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
The lecture, by writer and researcher Dr Sophie Oosterwijk, aims to show there is more to Bruegel than peasant scenes.
From snow scenes and carnivals to towers of Babel and strange late paintings such as The Misanthrope, the most comprehensive exhibition to date on Pieter Bruegel the Elder gathers works from across Europe to flaunt the 16th-century Flemish master's genius.
Those businesses could be hit much harder if small fintech start-ups started to team up with data-rich digital companies like Amazon or Google, Bruegel warned -- they may hold more information on borrowers and lenders than banks.
The series also includes books on Da Vinci, Cezanne, Bruegel, Goya and Monet.
La promotion et le renforcement du partenariat entre l'Algerie et l'Union europeenne (UE) dans le domaine des energies renouvelables et de l'efficacite energetique devraient constituer la priorite du nouveau schema de cooperation energetique, ont estime des experts du think tank europeen Bruegel, base a Bruxelles.
Pieter Bruegel's art, with its clear images, precise details, sly wit, sharp satire, fantastic, grotesque, horrific, and mysterious elements, and his strange yet familiar world-view, has strongly appealed to the modern literary sensibility.
It's as if the Bruegel painting could be run backwards to produce
When a contemporary art website recently asked artist Michael Kerbow what one piece of art from the world's collections he would like to own, he was quick with his answer: The Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel, with Bruegel's The Triumph of Death a close second.
and down in the sea off Bruegel's Flanders "a boy falling
However, this upbeat approach "should be partly resisted," argues the think tank Bruegel, because many problems remain, among them the high levels of private and public debt and too weak growth prospects to improve the employment figures.
These include Tintoretto's Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan, Francesco del Cossa's The Annunciation, Bruegel the Elder's The Adoration of the Magi, Titian's The Venus of Urbino and Velazquez' Las Meninas.
In a quiet section of the Galleria Doria Pamphilj in Rome--a lesser-known Roman art museum in comparison to the Vatican, but nonetheless one which should not be overlooked--hang four small Pieter Bruegel paintings.