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Pieter Bruegel specialized in genre paintings populated by peasants, often with a landscape element, though he also painted religious works. Making the life and manners of peasants the main focus of a work was rare in painting in Bruegel's time, and he was a pioneer of the genre painting. Many of his peasant paintings fall into two groups in terms of scale and composition, both of which were original and influential on later painting. His earlier style shows dozens of small figures, seen from a high viewpoint, and spread fairly evenly across the central picture space. The setting is typically an urban space surrounded by buildings, within which the figures have a "fundamentally disconnected manner of portrayal", with individuals or small groups engaged in their own distinct activity, while ignoring all the others[.WIKIPEDIA]
Kunsthistorishe museum of Vienna belongs to public domain. That is why i have a right to publish this photo.

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Nikon camera

The Fight between Carnival and Lent, 1559 - Peter Bruegel the Elder.Photocopy (2013)

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