Asked by: Roar Outereloasked in category: General Last Updated: 31st January, 2020
Where was the harvesters painted?
|Type||Oil on wood|
|Dimensions||119 cm × 162 cm (?46 7⁄8 in × ?63 3⁄4 in)|
|Location||Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City|
Subsequently, one may also ask, where was Hunters in the Snow painted?
The Hunters in the Snow (Dutch: Jagers in de Sneeuw), also known as The Return of the Hunters, is a 1565 oil-on-wood painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
|The Hunters in the Snow|
|Dimensions||117 cm × 162 cm (46 in × ?63 3⁄4 in)|
|Location||Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria|
Also, who commissioned Bruegel? He and Bruegel had traveled in Italy at the same time, and his brother, a rich Antwerp collector, Niclaes, was Bruegel's greatest patron, having by 1566 acquired 16 of his paintings. Another patron was Abraham Ortelius, who in a memorable obituary called Bruegel the most perfect artist of the century.
Similarly, you may ask, what did Pieter Bruegel do?
Pieter the Elder Bruegel (c. 1525 - September 9, 1569) was a Netherlandish Renaissance painter and printmaker known for his landscapes and peasant scenes (Genre Painting).
Who gets shot in Hunters in the Snow?
"Hunters in the Snow" tells the story of Kenny, Frank, and Tub, three friends who go hunting in the woods outside Spokane, Washington. When they can't find any game, Kenny shoots a fencepost, an old farmer's dog, and then acts as if he'll shoot Tub. Tub shoots him first.