Rubens, Peter Paul

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Peter Paul, Flemish painter, 1577-1640.
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But New Seeker kept pulling out more and crossed the line half a length ahead of Goodricke with Partners In Jazz a neck away in third and Peter Paul Rubens fourth
The 17-strong field split into two groups, with Fire Up The Band taking them along on the far side tracked by Iffraaj, with Peter Paul Rubens and Smokin Beau leading on the stands rails.
Painting: Rainbow landscape, by Peter Paul Rubens (c.
Entitled Rubens and His Age, the exhibit included several works of Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens and his most famous pupil, Anthony Van Dyck.
The two commemorative beers are intended to honor Peter Paul Rubens, a 17th Century baroque painter who was active in Antwerp.
SPECTACULAR Baroque art masterpieces by Peter Paul Rubens, Peter Lely and Claude Lorrain have been re-displayed in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery following a two-year research project.
In 2002, a magnificently composed painting by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) achieved 49.
This work explains the meaning and influences of the nine large paintings decorating the ceiling of King Charles I's Banqueting Hall, produced by Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens during his years in England.
Once a model whose face adorned fashion magazines, Saint Phalle rejected the contemporary standard of waif-like beauty in favor of voluptuous femininity akin to Peter Paul Rubens.
No undertaking, however vast, has ever surpassed my courage," professed Peter Paul Rubens, whose work comprised cathedral domes and altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and designs for sculpture and architecture.
Peter Paul Rubens was a prolific seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque painter who painted in an extravagant Baroque style.
One of the main lots, a 17th Century portrait by German artist Sir Peter Paul Rubens called 'A Commander Being Armed For Battle', sold for more than 9million dollars.