Snowy Landscape (Pieter Brueghel the Younger 1601)

Reproduction of the work of Pieter Brueghel the Younger titled Snowy landscape with skaters and bird trapon Canvas, Paper, Self-adhesive Vinyl or Dibond (rigid aluminium composite).

Ready to hang. Select your preferred option, framed or unframed.

This product is made to order. Approximate preparation time: 5 / 7 days.

▶ More details in the Description

€4.90 (VAT incl.)
New product
Add to compare0
Add to wishlist
This article is made to order
Related products
No items

Snowy landscape with skaters and bird trap

Magnificent reproduction of Snowy landscape with skaters and bird trapby Pieter Brueghel the Younger. This work is a copy of the original painted in 1565 by the painter's father, Pieter Bruegel the Elder. It can now be found in the Museum of Art History in Vienna.

This painting is part of a Little Ice Age which lasted from about 1570 to 1610. The low temperatures caused a particularly unfavourable period, with very poor harvests leading to famine and suffering, and a considerable drop in life expectancy. The scene shows a broad landscape with a frozen lake within a village, possibly in the frozen channel of a river or lake. The inhabitants are having fun skating and playing. The figures are detailed, and the line is precise and meticulous. The narrative richness of the image would not be out of place in a contemporary comic.

Although the realism seems to suggest that the painting is a copy of a real scene, some experts believe that this work speaks to higher themes. The bird cage in the foreground and the skaters on the ice may be an allegory about the fragility of the human being and the traps the world sets for us, in line with the harsh living conditions of the time.

In Martí Arte you can find different reproductions by Brueghel the Younger of high quality and in different sizes. We are experts in reproduction of works of art from different periods and styles. If you want to buy cheap oil canvases online, at our catalogue you will find what you need, as well as other reproductions in different materials.


Top quality materials: choose between Fine Art Opaque Matte 180 gr/m2 paper - 325 gr/m2 removable adhesive vinyl - Dibond (rigid aluminium composite board) or 390 gr/m2 cotton canvas.

Printing: Plotter of 12 pigmented inks with water base. Our printing technology

Protective coatings on all our reproductions on canvas. This layer protects against physical, chemical and ultraviolet rays aggressions. The varnish gives this product the best finish on the market. We apply the "facsimile" finish. with brush by handwhich gives relief to the brushstroke.

Frame for stretched canvas: we use spliced pine frame, with the edges decorated as a continuation of the painting itself. Edge thickness (depth) to choose 2, 3.5 or 4 cm.


In our artisan workshop we make sure that the frames are of the highest quality. All our mouldings are made of natural wood with different finishes.


  • Film on paper: glass 2 mm. Táblex backside nailed and sealed with gummed paper.
  • Canvas: Canvas glued on rigid. Nailed and sealed with gummed paper.

Attention: for transport security, our standard shipments accept framed artworks. with glass up to 70 cm larger side. Contact us if you are interested in larger sizes.

Product Details

Data sheet

Dibond: 0'3 - 0'5 cm
Frame: 2 - 3 - 3'5 or 4 cm
0.3 - 4.5 Kg (depending on size and options)
Digital printing with varnishing and manual finishing
Print support
Canvas cotton 390 gr/m2 (loose canvas)
Dibond (rigid aluminium composite board)
Opaque Matt Paper 180 gr/m2
Removable adhesive vinyl 325 gr/m2
Original width
Original height
No comments



Create a free account to save loved items.

Sign in

Create a free account to use wishlists.

Sign in