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Tale Weaver 34: a painting in search of a story

Brueghel children's games hd

Image: Children’s Games; Artist: Pieter Brueghel the Elder; Source: wikiart.org

 

Children’s Games is an excellent example of how Pieter Brueghel the Elder interpreted his complex 1500s world. The viewer hovers over the image; seeing vignettes creating the whole.

Weave a tale from Breughel’s depiction of children at play.

Larger views of the painting can be retrieved through the Children’s Game link, or a left click on the above image.

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Have fun! Adults need play-dates with their imaginations too.

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