Rubens's Museum of Antique Sculpture: An Introduction

Muller, Jeffrey M.
December 1977
Art Bulletin;Dec77, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p570
Academic Journal
Focuses on the collection of antique sculptures of artist Rubens. Information on the Fattura; Details on the negotiation between Rubens and Dudley Carleton; Manner in which Rubens chose to display his collection.


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