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The Peasant Wedding is a tribute to (Belgian) gastronomy and its original ingredients, techniques and recipes. Tip: unless you’re into pastry, don’t get stuck on quantities, learn the effects of the ingredients.

Marcel Broodthaers - Large Pot of Mussels - 1966

Jean Brusselmans - Still Life with a Red Can - 1938

Gustave de Smet - The Meal - 1931

Henri de Braekeleer - The Meal - 1885

James Ensor - The Oyster Eater - 1882

Osias Beert - Sweetmeats and Chestnuts with Three Glasses on a Table - 1647/1657

Jan Davidsz de Heem - Still life with ham, lobster and fruit - 1653

Jan Davidsz de Heem - Still life with a Glass and Oysters - 1640

David Teniers the Younger - Kitchen Scene - 1644

Frans Snyders - The Fishmonger

Frans Snyders - The Pantry

Joachim Beuckelaer - The Four Elements - Fire - 1570

Joachim Beuckelaer - The Four Elements - Air - 1570

Joachim Beuckelaer - The Four Elements - Water-1569

Joachim Beuckelaer - The Four Elements - Earth - 1569

Pieter Aertsen - Cook in front of the Stove - 1559

Pieter Aertsen - Peasants by the Hearth - 1556

Pieter Brueghel the Elder - The Peasant Wedding - 1567


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