In the Odessa Museum discovered a copy of a painting of the XVII century based on the BruegelUncategorized June 17, 2017
ODESSA-KIEV. June 16. UNN. In the Odessa Museum of Western and Oriental art found a painting by an unknown Dutch artist of the seventeenth century, written on the motifs of Peter Brueghel. About this on his page in Facebook reported the PR office of the Museum, the correspondent of UNN.
“The imprecise wording and a loud name of the author played a cruel joke with the painting by an unknown artist, painted a picture based on the paintings of Dutch painter and graphic artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder “Blind”. In the process, revealed the origin of the paintings from pre-revolutionary collections of Grand Duchess Nadezhda Svyatopolk-Mirsky made art analysis and found that it is a work by an unknown Dutch artist of the seventeenth century,” the message reads.
The picture is independent, original work written based on the painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder “Blind”. A comprehensive research method pattern denied pre-existing opinion that it was created by Pieter Bruegel the Younger as a copy of a famous painting of his father, Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
Note that the picture that is now in the Odessa Museum of Western and Oriental art since 1934, and which for 80 years was considered a copy, it’s not the original of the XVII century, and another copy is created in the XVII century. The original is written in 1568, is currently at the national gallery of Naples.