About Us

WHAT THIS SITE IS FOR

The purpose of this website is to serve as a place where information about the artist Pieter Bruegel can be gathered, shared, and debated among scholars. It serves as a companion site to janbrueghel.net, and is meant to provide ways of furthering our understanding of how the Brueg(h)el family produced a complex body of interconnected work. The site also serves as a general resource for any visitor who is interested in the artist's works. Visitors are encouraged to explore between the two websites to investigate the relationship between the two Brueg(h)els and their works.

We have gathered and compiled this record of all known works attributed to Pieter Bruegel from various published monographs on the artist. Please note that our site is a work constantly in progress. New material is added frequently. Scholars who would like to contribute their own opinions to our discussion pages, or to use the "My Research" functions that cross both websites, should contact us to obtain a login and password.

WHO WE ARE

  • Elizabeth Alice Honig, Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley: art historian, editor, organizer
  • Stephanie Moore, UCB: Drupal site developer
  • Quinn Dombrowski: Drupal adviser
  • Madeline Dorvillier: site manager, Pieter Bruegel drawings expert
  • Crystal Yan, scale gallery
  • Sonia Hung: design, drawings
  • Eugene Lee: Technical assistance
  • Alexis Tran: technical assistance
  • Ashley Chen: Pieter Bruegel assistant, Jan Brueghel and Momper collaborations, site manager
  • Angelina Topchev: designer
  • Jenny Wu: drawings specialist
  • Davienne Gabriel, auctions research
  • Henry Weikel: auctions research
  • Anya Shulman: Pieter Bruegel drawings and prints
  • Ximena Valdarrago: biographer
    • FORMER TEAM MEMBERS
      • Nina Amenta, Professor, University of California, Davis: computer science
      • Katherine Steiner, University of San Francisco: site designer
      • Julie Turgeon, Yale University: site manager, image researcher
      • Jess Bailey, UCB: page builder, drawings researcher & specialist; Pieter Bruegel general supervisor
      • Angela Hong: Design and technical assistance
      • Christine Quach, UCB & Huntington Library: site manager, page builder, landscape specialist
      • Amina Yee, Oakland Museum: site manager, researcher, page builder
      • Emily Domanico: site manager, Pieter Bruegel paintings expert
      • Erika Reid, UCB: image researcher
      • Chelsey Randall-Wright, UCB: page builder, religious history specialist
      • Charles Henderson, UCD: Image Investigation Tool builder
      • Jenny Sakai, UCB: page builder, collaboration specialist
      • Grainne Hebeler: drawings specialist
      • Christine Liu: drawings researcher
      • Trevor Hadden, UCB: page builder, still life specialist
      • Paige Walker, Huntington Library: page builder, drawings specialist
      • Ashley Gonik: bibliographer
      • Elena Waller: bibliographer
      • Benjamin Rodgers: Jan Brueghel assistant
      • Tristan Brody: Iconclass researcher
      • Saramimi Choe: Pieter Bruegel prints
      • Kelsey Schiedermayer: Bibliography
      • Addison Beach: bibliography, Pieter Bruegel drawings and prints
      • Ashley Jerbic: design manager, Pieter the Younger specialist
      • Jeannette Sturman: bibliography, drawings, Pieter Bruegel biography
      • Cecily Manson: biographer
      • Jennifer Tanji: keywords assistant
      • Rachel Remick: drawings, bibliography
      • ADVISERS

        • Louisa Wood Ruby, Frick Art Reference Library: drawings
        • Mark Meadow, University of California, Santa Barbara: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
        • Bert Watteuw, Rubenianum