An illustrated guide to Sir Peter Paul Rubens' most important works, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the 16th-century painter.
Rubens was a prolific artist who spearheadeded the Flemish Baroque movement, and his signature style is often associated with his nude paintings, which resulted in the term 'Rubenesque' becoming commonplace in the the art world. This book explores the story behind Rubens' sensuous art, along with his magnificent depictions of landscapes, religious scenes and era-defining historical moments.
This compact yet comprehensive book examines Rubens' technique and influences. The prolific painter was also a talented scholar and diplomat, and this volume serves as a concise introduction to the man as a whole.
|Dimensions||21.6 x 1.3 x 26.2 cm|
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