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This is a study of the eight years the young painter Rubens and his brother Philip spent in Italy. The author draws on the science, philosophy, politics, and religion of this formative period to determine those characteristics of Rubens' paintings that distinguished him from the Italians.
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Book Description Garland Publishing, Inc., NY, 1996. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine Plus. First Edition. hard cover, cloth-backed paper-covered boards. has mylar dust wrapper, added later., tiny crease-wrinkle to one board corner-tip. no flaws or wear. clean. no writing or markings. strong binding.; vol. 1970 in garland series on humanities.; xxi-249pp., plus unpaginated index. 28 plates, color and b/w. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 17925
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