Original Oil Painting 18 ” x 23”

Pieter's Stand - 1360
When I looked up at the statues that cover the Town Hall in Lleuven, Belgium, Pieter's firm gaze caught mine. Pieter Couthereel, mayor of Lleuven in 1360, was of noble birth. He chose to stand with the textile guilds, against his own ruling class, to give the thriving cloth manufacturers more influence in city affairs.
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