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Description of the painting by Peter Brueghel "The Nest Destroyer"

Description of the painting by Peter Brueghel



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The artist began his career as a graphic artist. The clarity of lines and the sharpness of the stroke are preserved and are visible in all his paintings. Interest in the ordinary life of rural and urban residents resulted in a series of works where the main place is given to the nature and everyday life of rural residents. The master is interested in the dynamics of movements, and the faces are either not drawn or turned away from the viewer.

Bruegel emphasized the balance of nature and man, the achievement of which is possible only with a decent life. Wonderfully constructed compositions create a voluminous world with their sorrows and joys.

The artist in his works mercilessly exposed the low character traits of man. In paintings, double meaning is often hidden. What does not always seem to coincide with what it really is. At first glance, the plot is quite understandable and ordinary: the peasant goes his own way, and behind him the boy ruins the bird's nest. But if you look closely, the peasant is not so simple.

He points a finger at the mischief, but does not stop him. His eyes look forward but do not see, or maybe they do not want to see. Indeed, one step away is water, but his eyes are empty and a little silly. It seems that the pupils are covered with the thinnest film, which allows you to see other people's sins and ignore your own. The boy’s face is only indicated, here the main role is played by the act itself. And the features of the peasant's face are spelled out quite clearly, but for some reason they see a mockery of the artist over a near-by child who does not want to stop the mischievous person.





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