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Big Studios, Big Art

Big Studios, Big Art

While I was in Antwerp, Belgium, a few weeks ago, I became inevitably immersed in the world of Peter Paul Rubens (1577 – 1640), the city’s most celebrated citizen. Although his art takes me beyond the boundaries of the early Renaissance and into the Baroque, Rubens was formed by the guild and workshop system of [...]

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