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Pieter Bruegel die Ouere: Netherlandish Proverbs    
Kunstenaar/Skepper
creator QS:P170,Q43270
 
Titel
Engels:
Netherlandish Proverbs (The Blue Cloak) 
title QS:P1476,en:"Netherlandish Proverbs (The Blue Cloak) "
label QS:Len,"Netherlandish Proverbs (The Blue Cloak) "
label QS:Les,"Los proverbios flamencos"
label QS:Lyue,"尼德蘭諺語"
label QS:Lhu,"Flamand közmondások"
label QS:Leu,"Esaera zahar flandestarrak"
label QS:Lca,"Proverbis neerlandesos"
label QS:Lde,"Die niederländischen Sprichwörter"
label QS:Lhy,"Ֆլամանդական ասացվածքներ"
label QS:Lzh,"尼德兰箴言"
label QS:Lda,"Nederlandske Ordsprog"
label QS:Ltr,"Felemenk Atasözleri"
label QS:Lja,"ネーデルラントの諺"
label QS:Lsv,"Nederländska ordspråk"
label QS:Luk,"Нідерландські прислів'я"
label QS:Lfi,"Flaamilaisia sananlaskuja"
label QS:Lit,"Proverbi fiamminghi"
label QS:Lfr,"Les Proverbes flamands"
label QS:Lvi,"Tục ngữ Hà Lan"
label QS:Llv,"Nīderlandiešu sakāmvārdi"
label QS:Lhe,"הפתגמים ההולנדיים"
label QS:Lel,"Παροιμίες των Κάτω Χωρών"
label QS:Lsl,"Nizozemski pregovori"
label QS:Lro,"Proverbe neerlandeze"
label QS:Lpt,"Provérbios Neerlandeses"
label QS:Lko,"네덜란드 속담"
label QS:Lfa,"ضرب‌المثل‌های هلندی"
label QS:Lpl,"Przysłowia niderlandzkie"
label QS:Lru,"Фламандские пословицы"
label QS:Lnl,"Nederlandse Spreekwoorden"
label QS:Laz,"Niderland atalar sözləri (tablo)"
label QS:Lcs,"Nizozemská přísloví"
label QS:Larz,"الامثال الهولنديه (لوحه)"
label QS:Lbg,"Нидерландски пословици"
label QS:Lms,"Peribahasa Belanda"
label QS:Lar,"أمثال هولندية"
label QS:Lbr,"Krennlavaroù flamank"
label QS:Lmk,"Фламански поговорки"
Object type Skildery 
Genre genre art 
Datum 1551 
Tegniek eikenhout 
Dimensies Hoogte: 117 cm ; Breedte: 163 cm 
dimensions QS:P2048,+117U174728
dimensions QS:P2049,+163U174728
institution QS:P195,Q165631
Plek
room 7
Inventarisnommer
1720 (Gemäldegalerie) 
Verwysings
  • https://www.wga.hu/html/b/bruegel/pieter_e/03/01prover.html 
  • RKDimages ID: 260959 
  • Google Arts & Culture asset ID: OgKCUsSHOXLXIQ 
  • SMB-digital ID: 867614 
  • Bildindex der Kunst und Architektur ID: 02552035 
Gesagsbeheer
  • : Q533619
  • GND: 4124632-9
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    Pieter Brueghel the Elder - The Dutch Proverbs - Google Art Project
    lêer, pieter, brueghel, elder, dutch, proverbs, google, project, lêer, lêergeskiedenis, lêergebruik, globale, lêergebruik, metadatagrootte, hierdie, voorskou, piksels, ander, resolusies, piksels, piksels, piksels, piksels, piksels, piksels, oorspronklike, lêer. Leer Leergeskiedenis Leergebruik Globale leergebruik MetadataGrootte van hierdie voorskou 800 566 piksels Ander resolusies 320 227 piksels 640 453 piksels 1 160 024 725 piksels 1 160 280 906 piksels 2 160 560 1 160 813 piksels 5 160 649 4 160 000 piksels Oorspronklike leer 8206 5 160 649 4 160 000 piksels leergrootte 18 04 MG MIME tipe image jpeg Hierdie leer kom vanaf Wikimedia Commons en kan ook in ander projekte gebruik word Die beskrywing op die leer se inligtingsblad word hieronder weergegee Opsomming Pieter Bruegel die Ouere Netherlandish Proverbs Kunstenaar Skepper Pieter Bruegel die Ouere 1526 1530 1569 Alternatiewe name Pieter Breugel Pieter Breughel Pieter Brueghel Peasant BrueghelBeskrywing Flemish painter drawer en printmakerGeboorte en sterfdatum 1526 1530 date QS P 1550 00 00T00 00 00Z 7 P1319 1526 00 00T00 00 00Z 9 P1326 1530 00 00T00 00 00Z 99 September 1569 Geboorte en sterfplek Breugel or BredaBrusselWerksplek Antwerpen 1551 1563 Italie 1553 Brussel 1563 1569 Gesagsbeheer Q43270 VIAF 95761864 ISNI 0000 0001 2144 3618 ULAN 500013247 Open Library OL129568A DBNL brue001 WorldCat creator QS P170 Q43270 Titel Engels Netherlandish Proverbs The Blue Cloak title QS P1476 en Netherlandish Proverbs The Blue Cloak label QS Len Netherlandish Proverbs The Blue Cloak label QS Les Los proverbios flamencos label QS Lyue 尼德蘭諺語 label QS Lhu Flamand kozmondasok label QS Leu Esaera zahar flandestarrak label QS Lca Proverbis neerlandesos label QS Lde Die niederlandischen Sprichworter label QS Lhy Ֆլամանդական ասացվածքներ label QS Lzh 尼德兰箴言 label QS Lda Nederlandske Ordsprog label QS Ltr Felemenk Atasozleri label QS Lja ネーデルラントの諺 label QS Lsv Nederlandska ordsprak label QS Luk Niderlandski prisliv ya label QS Lfi Flaamilaisia sananlaskuja label QS Lit Proverbi fiamminghi label QS Lfr Les Proverbes flamands label QS Lvi Tục ngữ Ha Lan label QS Llv Niderlandiesu sakamvardi label QS Lhe הפתגמים ההולנדיים label QS Lel Paroimies twn Katw Xwrwn label QS Lsl Nizozemski pregovori label QS Lro Proverbe neerlandeze label QS Lpt Proverbios Neerlandeses label QS Lko 네덜란드 속담 label QS Lfa ضرب المثل های هلندی label QS Lpl Przyslowia niderlandzkie label QS Lru Flamandskie poslovicy label QS Lnl Nederlandse Spreekwoorden label QS Laz Niderland atalar sozleri tablo label QS Lcs Nizozemska prislovi label QS Larz الامثال الهولنديه لوحه label QS Lbg Niderlandski poslovici label QS Lms Peribahasa Belanda label QS Lar أمثال هولندية label QS Lbr Krennlavarou flamank label QS Lmk Flamanski pogovorki Object type Skildery Genre genre art Datum 1551 Tegniek eikenhout Dimensies Hoogte 117 cm Breedte 163 cm dimensions QS P2048 117U174728 dimensions QS P2049 163U174728Collection Gemaldegalerie Native name Gemaldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu BerlinParent institution Staatliche Museen zu BerlinLocation BerlynCoordinates 52 30 31 N 13 21 52 99 E Established 1830 Webbladsy smb museumGesagsbeheer Q165631 VIAF 139597962 ISNI 0000 0001 2097 4783 OSM 3626233 LCCN n94003740 GND 806975 X WorldCat institution QS P195 Q165631Plek room 7Inventarisnommer 1720 Gemaldegalerie Verwysings https www wga hu html b bruegel pieter e 03 01prover html RKDimages ID 260959 Google Arts amp Culture asset ID OgKCUsSHOXLXIQ SMB digital ID 867614 Bildindex der Kunst und Architektur ID 02552035 Gesagsbeheer Q533619 GND 4124632 9Bron Fotograaf WwG8mD89xbELbQ Google Arts amp CultureToestemming Hergebruik van die leer This is a faithful photographic reproduction of a two dimensional public domain work of art The work of art itself is in the public domain for the following reason Public domain Public domain false falseThis work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author s life plus 100 years or fewer This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published or registered with the U S Copyright Office before January 1 1928 Hierdie leer is geidentifiseer as vry van bekende beperkings onder kopiereg insluitend alle verwante en naburige regte https creativecommons org publicdomain mark 1 0 PDM Creative Commons Public Domain Mark 1 0 false false The official position taken by the Wikimedia Foundation is that faithful reproductions of two dimensional public domain works of art are public domain This photographic reproduction is therefore also considered to be in the public domain in the United States In other jurisdictions re use of this content may be restricted see Reuse of PD Art photographs for details Ander weergawes Assessment This file was a finalist in Picture of the Year 2011 This is a featured picture on Wikimedia Commons Spogbeelde and is considered one of the finest images See its nomination here Wikipedia This is a featured picture on the English language Wikipedia Featured pictures and is considered one of the finest images See its nomination here This is a featured picture on the Spanish language Wikipedia Recursos destacados and is considered one of the finest images See its nomination here This is a featured picture on the Persian language Wikipedia نگاره های برگزیده and is considered one of the finest images See its nomination here This is a featured picture on the Turkish language Wikipedia Seckin resimler and is considered one of the finest images See its nomination here If you have an image of similar quality that can be published under a suitable copyright license be sure to upload it tag it and nominate it Hierdie beeld is gekies as beeld van die dag op 9 September 2011 Die beeld het die volgende beskrywing English Netherlandish Proverbs oil on oak panel painting by Pieter Bruegel the ElderAnder tale Deutsch Die niederlandischen SprichworterEesti Peter Brueghel vanem Madalmaade vanasonad 1559 English Netherlandish Proverbs oil on oak panel painting by Pieter Bruegel the ElderEspanol Los proverbios flamencos por Pieter Brueghel el Viejo 1559 oleo sobre madera de roble 163 117 cm Expuesto en la Gemaldegalerie de Berlin Imagen procedente del Google Art Project Francais Proverbes flamands peinture a l huile sur piece de chene de Pieter Brueghel l AncienItaliano Proverbi fiamminghi pittura su tavola a olio di Pieter Bruegel il VecchioMagyar Flamand kozmondasok 1559 Id Pieter Bruegel festmenye a Berlini Allami Muzeumok keptarabol Gemaldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin Nederlands Schilderij van Pieter Brueghel de Nederlandse spreekwoorden Romană Proverbe neerlandeze pictură in ulei pe panou de stejar de Pieter Bruegel cel Bătran Makedonski Flamanski pogovorki od Piter Broјgel Postariot Maslo na dabova tabla 1559 g Russkij Niderlandskie poslovicy kartina Pitera Brejgelya StarshegoUkrayinska Niderlandski prisliv ya kartina flamandskogo hudozhnika Pitera Brejgelya starshogo olijni farbi na dubovij doshci 1559 r 163 117 sm 한국어 대 피터르 브뤼헐이 오크 판위에 그린 유화 네덜란드 속담日本語 ピーテル ブリューゲル ネーデルランドの諺 オーク板に油彩 中文 老彼得 布吕赫尔创作的 尼德兰箴言 1559年 画中含有农民生活景象的100个箴言 Details The following images were extracted from this image 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the advantage 4484 2523 162 283 5649 4000 English To stand in one s own light To be proud of oneself 4653 2523 148 283 5649 4000 English No one looks for others in the oven who has not been in there himself To imagine wickedness in others is a sign of wickedness in oneself 4110 3039 184 360 5649 4000 English To have the world spinning on one s thumb To have every advantage 3975 2389 402 367 5649 4000 English To tie a flaxen beard to the face of God To hide deceit under a veneer of Christian piety 3382 3470 515 495 5649 4000 English To have to stoop to get on in the world To succeed one must be devious 3213 2947 438 530 5649 4000 English To cast roses before swine To waste effort on the unworthy 2697 3159 494 827 5649 4000 English To fill the well after the calf has drowned To take action only after a disaster 1786 3604 523 311 5649 4000 English To be as tame as a lamb To be very obedient 2500 2601 353 544 5649 4000 English She puts the blue cloak on her husband She deceives cheats on 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