The artists often painted with a subtle message in mind and created oil paintings that depicted satires and other situations that revolved around his time. Pieter Bruegel the Elder loved to paint peasants and landscapes and this is more evident with this painting entitled Hunters in the Snow.
At first glance we take note of the large scene which involves a large dining affair among peasants. Taking a closer look we notice that on the left side of the painting a group of peasants are standing and waiting to be seated.
The paintings attributed to Pieter Bruegel the Elder is in contention as well, since he comes from a lineage of painters in the Breughel dynasty, each artist is in the family is discerned by a sub title, in Pieter Bruegel the Elder's case it was Pieter Bruegel the Elder or Peasant Breugel.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder loved to paint peasants and landscapes and this is more evident with this painting entitled Winter Landscape with a Bird Trap. This oil painting is styled after Northern Renaissance and categorized as Landscape Paintings. One of the themes that Pieter Bruegel the Elder worked on was the immense cold that occurred...