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Sir Peter Paul. 1577--1640, Flemish painter, regarded as the greatest exponent of the Baroque: appointed (1609) painter to Archduke Albert of Austria, who gave him many commissions, artistic and diplomatic. He was knighted by Charles I of England in 1629. His prolific output includes the triptych in Antwerp Cathedral, Descent from the Cross (1611--14), The Rape of the Sabines (1635), and his Self-Portrait (?1639)
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Alma Rubens, el heteronimo femenino del poeta cubano, Jose Manuel Poveda (1888-1926) es mas que "otro nombre": tiene una personalidad, un estilo y una voz propios.
"We have noticed that Facebook consistently rejects works of art by our beloved Peter Paul Rubens."
"It's for your own protection," the actors tell visitors as they block their view of a painting of Adam and Eve at the Rubens House Museum in Antwerp.
Arts Minister Michael Ellis, who imposed the temporary bar on the painting, which has been in the UK for more than 100 years, said: "Rubens was one of the great artists of the golden age of painting.
Experts revealed it would be hard to put an accurate value on the painting but another Rubens painting recently reached a record breaking price at Christie's, the 250-year-old auction house in London which handled the sale.
But an episode of the BBC Four series Britain's Lost Masterpieces, which aired on Wednesday, confirmed it was a genuine Rubens, dating from 1625.
Those influences, and Iiis penchant for creating largescale works, are evident in Hippopotamus and Crocodile Hunt, this month's cover art, one of four paintings that Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria, commissioned Rubens to create for display in the Schleissheim Palace, a summer residence for nobility.
Alma Rubens, the feminine heteronym of Jose Manuel Poveda (1888-1926), has been recognized as an important voice in twentieth-century Cuban poetry.
Dos circunstancias que acaso influyeron en la creacion del heteronimo y provocaron, sobre todo, que Poveda nunca desvelara quien era realmente Alma Rubens, ese misterioso personaje al que le atribuyo la circunstancia de escribir en frances (el seria, supuestamente, su traductor, descubridor y critico), ademas de una nacionalidad doble: la francesa y la cubana.
La finalidad del Museo Nacional de San Carlos es exaltar los valores de la plastica europea, y que mejor que traer una coleccion que contiene precisamente a los maestros flamencos por excelencia, De Rubens a Van Dyck.
Rubens progressed to the final a more easily beating Los Galacticos in their semi-final 2-0.
In so doing, Silver unmoors Rubens from Svetlana Alpers's The Decoration of the Torre de la Parada (1978) with the goal of demonstrating that his narrative prowess lies in the suprahistorical senses of mythology.