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Series: The Seven Deadly Sins
Gluttony. An allegorical figure of a woman in sixteenth-century dress and a fifteenth-century head-dress sits on top of her attribute, a pig, guzzling from a pitcher; around her at the table several demons and nude women eat and drink to excess; behind them to the left a man vomits over a bridge into a river; on far left a giant man imprisoned in a building from which only his head emerges at top; in right background a windmill in the shape of a man's head being force-fed; various monsters eating and drinking throughout; after Pieter Bruegel the Elder. 1558
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Height: 223 millimetres
Width: 294 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- This is one of a series of seven, for comment see 1880,0710.641.
Preparatory drawing in Institut Néerlandais (Fondation Custodia), Paris, signed and dated 1557
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2001 May-Aug, Rotterdam, Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum, Pieter Bruegel...'
2001 Sep-Dec, NY, Met Mus of Art, 'Pieter Bruegel...'
2012/13, Oct-Feb, Malaga, Museo Picasso Malaga, 'The Grotesque Factor'
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