The Life in Times of Bruegel

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History

 

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Tommy E

 

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May 18, 2013

 

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A noted craftsman in Antwerp, Pieter Coeck van Aelst, offered the young Bruegel an apprenticeship, where he learned the craft of painting and drawing (Foote 70). To provide for the trip from Flanders to Antwerp, Bruegel had four wealthy patrons in Flanders (Foote 78). The Hapsburg Court also noticed Bruegel’s potential and later became a major sponsor of his art (Hanson 477)...
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The Hapsburg Court also noticed Bruegel’s potential and later became a major sponsor of his art (Hanson 477). As Bruegel’s style developed, he learned from great artists of the time, such as Michaelangelo. This is evident because Bruegel’s work shifts from paintings teeming with life to only some dramatic figures (Foote 76)...
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