Bruegel, Or the Workshop of Dreams: A Novel

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University of Chicago Press, 1. nov. 1991 - 210 sider
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Claude-Henri Rocquet—poet, playwright, and critic—has marshalled the full range of his talents to create a dazzling historical novel about the artist Peter Bruegel the Elder. To the few facts we have—Bruegel died in 1569 around the age of fifty; he lived in Antwerp and in Brussels; his work was much admired—Rocquet adds his own speculations on the sights, smells, and textures of Bruegel's world, on the artist's innermost feelings and intimate conversations, on his spiritual life and its possible translation on the artist's canvas.
  

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This novel was a little bit hard to get into at first, but proved to be well worth the effort. It's about Pieter Breugel, the 16th century Flemish painter. The book isn't a typical historical or ... Les hele vurderingen

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The Trip to Holland
1
Home to Antwerp
16
Of Gardens and of Wars
42
Brussels
63
The Theater of Death
90
The Voyage of Icarus
118
For Jonghelinck
134
Fragment of a Letter to Ortelius
140
Beggars Bag and Bowl
152
The Spirit Is No Longer of This Body
204
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