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Netherlandish Proverbs. Detail: What's Done Can't Be Undone & Deceit Masquerades
16th c Netherlandish Renaissance (Northern) Painting

Pieter BRUEGEL, the elder (aka Pieter Bruegel I) (Breda, c. 1525/1530 - September 1569, Brussels)
1559
16th c
Renaissance (Northern)
Panel
Antwerp. Belgium.
Berlin. Gemaldegalerie Staaliche Muséen.
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Clockwise from left includes: Stab a pig through the belly (what is done can't be undone); Fox and crane entertain each other (deceivers keep their own advantage); Sit on hot coals (be impatient); Tie a flaxen beard to Christ's face (hide deceit under a veneer of Christian piety); Two dogs over one bone seldom agree (argue over a single point).

Caption: BRUEGEL Pieter | Netherlandish Proverbs. Detail: What's Done Can't Be Undone & Deceit Masquerades | 1559 | Netherlandish | Renaissance (Northern)

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