Experts suggest all interested to explore more and reverse sides of the panels. By clicking on the image in the appropriate section, you can see all the labels and signs that were left in the pictures by previous owners. This makes it possible to trace the fate and history of masterpieces.A separate page will be devoted to the restoration of the twelfth panel from the museum collection - “Saul’s Suicide” - works on which are not yet finished. And particularly interested and picky users can find data on the equipment used during the restoration.Saul's Suicide panel in the process of restoration. Photo: insidebruegel.net Read also: The Getty Museum has uploaded over 30 thousand images for scientific purposesCombining fragments of macrophotography and infrared reflectography of the “Tower of Babel” panel Of course, the Internet presentation will not replace the study of the original work, but the resource provides details that can hardly be obtained during a regular visit to the museum. Experts hope that the site "Inside Bruegel" will serve art lovers and art historians for many decades. Arthiv: read us in Telegram and look on Instagram
Based on materials from the site Inside Bruegel. The main illustration: the combined fragments of macrophotography and infrared reflectography of the “Children's Games” panel (“Children's Games”).