The Bruegel family produced five generations of artists during 150 years. The first, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, is the foremost name in 16th-century Flemish painting. This exhibition will trace that lineage and highlight the beauty and appeal of Flemish art through landscape paintings, genre paintings, and still lifes of flowers by artists of the Bruegel dynasty. The exhibition will consist of some 100 works, many of them from private collections and rarely seen in public.
Jan Brueghel the Elder, Jan Brueghel the Younger, Still Life of Tulips and Roses in a Glass Vase Resting on a Table, ca.1615-20, Oil on Panel, Private Collection, Zurich