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KINDERSPIELE CHILDREN'S GAMES
2007-5-22 3:3:40 Post:Sam | Categories:doupine | Comment:0 | Quote:0 | Browse:

"Children's Games" is made by Pieter Bruegel, the Elder(1525-1569).Pieter Bruegel ( PE ter BROY gul) was born in Belgium. (Sometimes his name is spelled Brueghel .) In 1551 he became an apprentice of an artist, Aelst. He traveled to Italy about that time and painted many pictures, mostly landscapes. He was about 26 years old at the time. He married the daughter of his master.

His paintings were very popular in his time, and are still popular today, over 400 years later.

In the painting "Children's Games", he shows children playing all sorts of games. Children today still play versions of some of the games shown.

Seeing the painting, you must recall your happy and carefree childhood. Everybody's childhood is an unforgettable memo.Whenever you recall it, you will feel happy.

"Children's game" just shows us the feeling.Do u feel it? come on. You are not a child yet. Come on again. It deserves u.


He liked to paint a lot of small figures in a large space.

He was called Pieter the Elder. He had two sons who became famous painters. One of them was named Pieter, and he was called Pieter the Younger. His grandsons also became artists. This was quite an artistic family.

 

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