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PETER PAUL RUBENS, 1577 - 1640: Miracles of St Francis Xavier. Oil on panel, 105'5 x 74.

PETER PAUL RUBENS, 1577 - 1640: Miracles of St Francis Xavier. Oil on panel, 105'5 x 74.

Peter Paul Rubens: Raising of the Cross [detail: Sts Amand and Walpurgis]

Peter Paul Rubens: Raising of the Cross [detail: Sts Amand and Walpurgis]

The Fall of the Damned, 1620

The Fall of the Damned, 1620

Two Satyrn - Peter Paul Rubens

Two Satyrn - Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)  Perseus and Andromeda  Oil on panel transferred to canvas  1620-1621

Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) Perseus and Andromeda Oil on panel transferred to canvas 1620-1621

Peter Paul Rubens, Venus and Adonis Sketch on ArtStack #peter-paul-rubens #art

Peter Paul Rubens, Venus and Adonis Sketch on ArtStack #peter-paul-rubens #art

Peter Paul Rubens: Raising of the Cross [detail: Sts Eligius and Catherine]

Peter Paul Rubens: Raising of the Cross [detail: Sts Eligius and Catherine]

Sir Peter Paul Rubens / A Study of a Head (Saint Ambrose) / about 1618

Sir Peter Paul Rubens / A Study of a Head (Saint Ambrose) / about 1618

Peter-Paul Rubens, 'The Head of Medusa,' c. 1617-18.

Peter-Paul Rubens, 'The Head of Medusa,' c. 1617-18.

Peter Paul Rubens' more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya

Peter Paul Rubens' more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya

RUBENS Pieter Paul - Flemish (Siegen 1577-1640 Antwerp) - anatomical study

Anatomical Study

RUBENS Pieter Paul - Flemish (Siegen 1577-1640 Antwerp) - anatomical study

Peter Paul Rubens Self-portrait (Canberra) - Peter Paul Rubens/1622–1624 - Wikimedia Commons

Peter Paul Rubens Self-portrait (Canberra) - Peter Paul Rubens/1622–1624 - Wikimedia Commons

This picture is a great illustration showing the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion. This was one of Hercules first big battles (after killing his two sons). Hercules would then take the lion skin and head and wear it proudly. He is shown in several paintings and sculptures with this image. Peter Paul Rubens illustrates the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion.

The Nemean Lion

This picture is a great illustration showing the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion. This was one of Hercules first big battles (after killing his two sons). Hercules would then take the lion skin and head and wear it proudly. He is shown in several paintings and sculptures with this image. Peter Paul Rubens illustrates the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion.

Peter Paul Rubens (Selfportrait, detail)

Peter Paul Rubens (Selfportrait, detail)

Christopher bearing the Christ child (outer panel of Descent from the Cross): (1612-14) Painted according to Golden Legend Narrative: SALVATION! shoulders carry, body mortifications, mind devoted and mouth professing/preaching Him; heavily muscled - like ancient Roman Farnese Hercules; Giant: mythical hero in physique + in putting strength at service of mankind; similar to Orazio Bogianni's St.Christopher: striding forward out of picture plane - carrying Christ to the beholder

Christopher bearing the Christ child (outer panel of Descent from the Cross): (1612-14) Painted according to Golden Legend Narrative: SALVATION! shoulders carry, body mortifications, mind devoted and mouth professing/preaching Him; heavily muscled - like ancient Roman Farnese Hercules; Giant: mythical hero in physique + in putting strength at service of mankind; similar to Orazio Bogianni's St.Christopher: striding forward out of picture plane - carrying Christ to the beholder

Four Studies of a Head of a Moor - Peter Paul Rubens 1640

Four Studies of a Head of a Moor - Peter Paul Rubens 1640

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