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Rubens, Peter Paul, Belgium 1577 to 1640 Oil Paintings
Peter Paul Rubens is viewed as perhaps the leading Flemish painters of the seventeenth century. His style turned into a worldwide meaning of the animated, sensual parts of the extravagant composition. Consolidating the striking brushwork, radiant tone, and sparkling light of the Venetian school with the power of Michelangelo's specialty and the conventional dynamism of the Hellenistic model, Rubens made lively craftsmanship, its energies exuding from strains between the scholarly and passionate, the traditional and the sentimental. For a very long time, his work's imperativeness and expert articulation affected such specialists as Antoine Watteau in the mid-eighteenth century and EugÃ£Â¨ne Delacroix and Pierre Auguste Renoir in the nineteenth century.
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