Perl, Jed
February 2005
New Republic;2/28/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 7, p27
Entertainment Review
Reviews the art exhibition "Peter Paul Rubens: The Drawings," at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from Jan. 15 to April 3, 2005.


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