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    Peter Paul Rubens: Weaving a Narrative

    Peter Paul Rubens, The Victory of Truth over Heresy

    In the service of the Catholic Church and the Spanish royal family, Peter Paul Rubens conceived a cycle of religious images, painted them, and had them rendered as sumptuous tapestries, now on view in a once-in-a lifetime traveling exhibition. Continue reading

    Master Class

    Theodoor Rombouts, Musical Company with Bacchus, oil on canvas, 106 x 163 cm.;

    For George and Ilone Kremer, who have amassed a major trove of Dutch Golden Age paintings, collecting and learning are inseparably linked. Continue reading

    Writ in Water

    Thomas Girtin, Durham Cathedral and Castle.

    Before there was photography there was watercolor, a demanding medium that British artists mastered while documenting life and landscape at home and abroad. Featured Images: (Click to Enlarge) The most portable of paints created centuries of enduring views. Since the … Continue reading