Peter Paul Rubens

January 2001
Monkeyshines on Art & Great Artists;2001, p35
Reference Entry
Focuses on the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens in the history of Western art. Combination of the realistic tradition of Fleming with the imaginative freedom and classical themes of Italian painting; Influence of religious conflict on the career of Rubens; Death of Rubens.


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