Jan Brueghel I was at home in every market: he was an inspired painter of landscapes, seascapes, still lifes, historical themes, hunting scenes and allegorical and mythological subjects. Jan is seen as the inventor of the floral still, but he was also an important innovator in the depiction of landscapes, in which his father’s artistic legacy and his visit to Italy played no small part. For the first time, the Snyders&Rockox House is bringing together some fifty drawings by Jan Brueghel I, showing a less well-known side of this versatile artist.


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Jan Brueghel I (1568–1625): An Excellent Draughtsman

  • From 5 October 2019 to 26 January 2020
  • Location: Snyders&Rockox House, Keizerstraat 10–12, 2000 Antwerp

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