Landscape with Travelers on a Woodland Path

Jan Brueghel the Elder Netherlandish

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Working on copper, Brueghel created small and jewel-like paintings defined by vivid color and anecdotal detail. Here, a variety of travelers of different classes traverse a woodland landscape, inviting beholders to engage in imaginative journeys of their own.

Landscape with Travelers on a Woodland Path, Jan Brueghel the Elder (Netherlandish, Brussels 1568–1625 Antwerp), Oil on copper

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