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Peter Paul Rubens, The Massacre of the Innocents, circa Oil on panel. 142 x 183 cm. The Thomson collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Photograph by Sean Weaver, Art Gallery of Ontario. Image provided courtesy of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco Peter Paul Rubens, Rubens Paintings, Dark Paintings, Baroque Painting, Baroque Art, Museum Of Fine Arts, Art Museum, Pedro Pablo Rubens, Art Gallery Of Ontario

Massacre of the Innocents (Rubens)

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Greek Gods- Picture Gallery of Aphrodite. Aphrodite(Venus) the Greek Goddess of Love, Beauty, Pleasure and Eternal Youth. Aphrodite and Adonis. Pictures and statues of Aphrodite. Myths of Aphrodite. Peter Paul Rubens, Caravaggio, Aphrodite, Rubens Paintings, Art Paintings, Pierre Paul, Neo Pop, David Choe, Renaissance Kunst
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Portrait of the Artist Creator: Sir Peter Paul Rubens (Siegen 1577 - Antwerp (artist) Creation Date: Signed and dated 1623 Materials: Oil on panel The Royal Collection Of QEII. Peter Paul Rubens, Michael Angelo, Pedro Pablo Rubens, Rubens Paintings, Rembrandt Paintings, Pierre Paul, Google Art Project, Johannes Vermeer, The Royal Collection

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Oil Painting: Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus by Pieter Pauwel Rubens, Location: Alte Pinakothek, Munich. Size of the original painting: x cm x 211 cm)Sir Peter Paul Rubens June 1577 - 30 May was a Flemish Baroque painter, Peter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Castor Et Pollux, Pedro Pablo Rubens, Rubens Paintings, Artwork Paintings, Watercolor Paintings, Pierre Paul
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Nicolas Poussin, The Death of Germanicus, Oil on canvas, Minneapolis… Caravaggio, Roman History, Art History, Rembrandt, Minneapolis, Poussin Nicolas, Google Art Project, Baroque Art, Oil Painting Reproductions
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The Death of Germanicus, Nicolas Poussin ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

The young Roman general Germanicus has just been poisoned by his jealous adoptive father, the emperor Tiberius. On his deathbed, Germanicus asks his friends to avenge his murder and his wife to endure her sorrow bravely. A key work in Western painting, this tragic picture presents a moral lesson in stoic heroism, notably in the restraint and dignity of the mourning soldiers. This work—Poussin’s first major history painting—became the model for countless deathbed scenes for the next two…

medievalpoc: “ Peter Paul Rubens Diana Returning From the Hunt Netherlands (c. Oil on Canvas, 184 x 136 cm. Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister An interesting note: The Black man carrying fruit in this painting is probably based on this study of a man. Peter Paul Rubens, Michael Angelo, Oil Painting On Canvas, Canvas Art Prints, Rubens Paintings, Oil Paintings, Pierre Paul, Baroque Art, Oil Painting Reproductions
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Peter Paul Rubens Samson and Delilah, , National Gallery, London. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Samson and Delilah by Peter Paul Rubens. Peter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt, Baroque Painting, Baroque Art, Modern Baroque, Pedro Pablo Rubens, Rubens Paintings, Oil Paintings, Saint Jean Baptiste

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