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Pourbus

(po͝or`bəs, –büs), family of Flemish painters. Pieter Pourbus, 1510–84, painted portraits and religious subjects. His Last Judgment is in the Bruges Museum; the Metropolitan Museum has his Portrait of a Young Woman. His son, Frans Pourbus, 1545–81, was a pupil and follower of Frans Floris. In Ghent there is an altarpiece executed by him. He is also known for his fine portraits. His son, Frans Pourbus, c.1569–1622, was a favorite portrait painter in the Brussels and Gonzaga courts and, from 1609 until his death, in the court of Marie de' Medici. His portrait of her (Louvre) is one of his best-known works. A leading mannerist, he vied with Rubens for commissions.
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(11) Una definicion completa de estas caracteristicas de lo azaroso puede hallarse en la Retorica: "Sunt autem que a fortuna fiunt hec in quantum causa indeterminata et causa huius fiunt et quod neque Samper neque ut in pluribus nec ordinate (manifestum enim ex diffinitione fortune de hiis), natura vero quibuscumque causa est in ipsis et ordinata, si enim samper aut in pourbus simliter fiunt" (Rhetorica f.
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The ROM's Portrait of Marie de Medici after Francis Pourbus (1569-1622) shows the painting's formidable subject elaborately bejewelled.
In a film that emphasizes the act of looking--Alexandra repeatedly reproves soldiers for gawking at her--Sokurov gives us plenty to marvel at: a night sky riven by moonlight, seemingly shot day for night; profiles of Malika composed with the Flemish precision of a Frans Pourbus; a rhapsodic shot of Ilyas striding through fields on his way home; the oddly eroticized intimacy of Denis's unplaiting of Alexandra's hair, which recalls Sokurov's Mother and Son (1997); the final, ambiguous moment in which Alexandra, her head tamped into the lower right corner of the frame, heaves a sigh of either exhaustion or expiry.
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See also the 1617 portrait of Marie de Medici, widow of Henri IV of France, painted by Frans Pourbus the younger, reproduced in Morse, 79.
This golden era in the history of Bruges is splendidly evoked in the exhibition From Memling to Pourbus: The Forgotten Period which is being held at the historic Saint John's Hospital in Bruges, in both the nineteenth century buildings and the restored medieval hospital wards that now serve as the Memling Museum.
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Pourbus. Memling was the last of the great Flemish Primitives, and the exhibition explores how that tradition was gradually transformed under the influence of Italian art and Renaissance thought.
Feeling dissatisfied with this attribution, Roy Strong in his inventory of the National Portrait Gallery has hypothesized that the picture, to judge from its style of painting, is "directly connected with Frans Pourbus and his circle." Yet most biographers of King James and historians of his reign keep attributing the painting to Gheeraerts, who was living in London.(79) Kerr, on his part, has rejected the hypothesis of a Flemish artist in favor of an unidentified Spanish painter who accompanied the constable of Castile on his embassy to London.(80)
1616) by Frans Pourbus the Younger, elegant slashes on his white silk doublet, one year after his wedding at the age of 14 to the Spanish princess Anne of Austria (at the same time his sister married Philip IV, successor to the Spanish throne).