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This book offers a series of in-depth studies, including an excellent selection of some new as well as previously published essays. These essays give a valuable account of the exceptional range of Rubens' achievements in his unique and influential career. Fifteen chapters deal with the most important aspects of his life and work, including the early Altarpieces (1609-1620), his relationship to the Jesuits in Antwerp, his diplomatic duties, themes of war and peace in the paintings, and an evaluation of the artist's personality. With 95 full-color and 181 black-and-white illustrations.
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