Rubens and His Legacy, from Van Dyck to Cézanne: Stunning works make the flesh crawl
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Peter Paul Rubens
Andrew Graham-Dixon goes to Antwerp to explore Rubens's greatest altarpiece.
Jan Mabuse
Création Visuelle inspirée de l'oeuvre du peintre Jan Gossaert dit Mabuse, accompagnée d'une musique d'époque retravailler électroniquement.
Peter Paul Rubens - Olga's Gallery
Peter Paul Rubens was born into the family of a Calvinist who had to live in exile from Antwerp. On his father's death, Ruben’s mother returned to Antwerp in 1587, where he was brought up and educate...
Peter Paul Rubens - All Art
By the age of 20, the Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) was a member of the Antwerp painters' guild. Between 1600 and 1608, he lived in Italy, studying the example of Veronese, Titian, Tin...
Jacob Jordaens
Jacob Jordaens (19 May 1593 – 18 October 1678) was one of three Flemish Baroque painters, along with Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck, to bring prestige to the Antwerp school of painting. Unlike...
Jacob Jordaens - Wikipedia
Rubens and His Legacy, from Van Dyck to Cézanne: Stunning works make the flesh crawl
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Cornelis Galle the Elder
Cornelis Galle the Elder (1576 – 29 March 1650), a younger son of Philip Galle, was born at Antwerp in 1576, and was taught engraving by his father. He followed the example of his brother Theodoor in ...
Cornelis Galle the Elder - Wikipedia
Willem van Herp
Willem van Herp (I) or Willem van Herp the Elder (variations on first name: 'Guilliam', 'Gilliam' and 'Guillaume') (Antwerp, c. 1614–1677) was a Flemish Baroque painter specializing in religious paint...
Willem van Herp - Wikipedia
Herri met de Bles
Herri met de Bles (also known as Henri Blès, Herri de Dinant, Herry de Patinir, and Civetta) (c. 1510 – c. 1555–1560) was a Flemish Northern Renaissance and Mannerist landscape painter, native of Bouv...
Herri met de Bles - Wikipedia
Theodoor Galle
Dirck or Theodoor Galle (16 July 1571 – 18 December 1633) was a Flemish Baroque engraver.
He learned the art of engraving from his father Philip Galle. According to the RKD he married Cathar...
Theodoor Galle - Wikipedia
David Cornelisz de Heem
David Cornelisz. de Heem (1663, Antwerp – 1701, The Hague), was a Dutch Golden Age painter.
According to the RKD he is also known as David Cornelisz de Heem III. He was the son of Cornelis d...
Pieter Huys
Pieter Huys (c.1519–c.1584) was a Flemish Renaissance painter.
Little is known of his early life, and though he was mostly active in Antwerp, his place of birth and death is not certain. Acc...
Pieter Huys - Wikipedia
Stradanus
Giovanni Stradano or Jan Van der Straet or van der Straat or Stradanus or Stratesis (1523 – 11 February 1605) was a Flanders-born mannerist artist active mainly in 16th century Florence.
Bor...
Stradanus - Wikipedia
Daniel Seghers
Daniel Seghers (3 December 1590 – 2 November 1661) was a Flemish Jesuit brother and painter who specialized in flower still lifes. He is particularly well known for his contributions to the genre of ...
Daniel Seghers - Wikipedia
Jan van der Brugge
Jan van der Bruggen (1649 – c. 1699) was a Flemish Baroque painter and engraver.
Van der Bruggen was born in Brussels. According to Houbraken he was a great admirer of Raymond Lafage, who could d...
Jan van der Brugge - Wikipedia
Jan van Kessel, senior
Jan van Kessel (baptized 5 April 1626, Antwerp – 17 April 1679, Antwerp) was a Flemish painter of still lifes and Jan Brueghel the Elder's grandson.
Jan van Kessel the Elder was born into a ...
Jan van Kessel, senior - Wikipedia
Master of Frankfurt
The Master of Frankfurt (1460–c. 1533) was a Flemish Renaissance painter active in Antwerp between about 1480 and 1520. Although he probably never visited Frankfurt am Main, his name derives from two ...
Master of Frankfurt - Wikipedia