Bruegel and beyond

Individual visitors

A lecture by Prof. Dr. Manfred Sellink (Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp) on 23 June 2019
For the first time, Professor Sellink shared with the public his insights on the survival of Pieter Bruegel’s iconic style in late sixteenth-century Antwerp, in the decades before his sons took up the production of copies, replicas and variants.
This lecture marked the start of the Summer Course for the ‘Study of the Arts in Flanders – The Age of Bruegel in Context’, organized by the Rubenianum, KMSKA and Flemish Art Collection.

The lecture was held in Dutch.

With the support of the Baillet Latour Fund.