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Description - Rubens by Jochen Sander

Peter Paul Rubens is not only one of the most important painters of the Baroque; he is also a virtuo so of the art of transformation. More than virtually any other artist he sought inspiration in the works of other artists and was thus constantly reinventing his art in a highly radical manner. Here you can look over Rubens's shoulder and immerse yourself in the creative process through which his masterpieces took shape. The creative study of the important works of his predecessors and contemporaries occupied Peter Paul Rubens (1577 - 1640) throughout his life and left its mark on the works he pro duced over a period of fifty years. The comparison of his works with sculptures from Antiquity and the Renaissance, paintings by Titian, Tintoretto and Caravaggio and prints by Raimondi and Goltzius reveals a fascinating view of Rubens's surprising transfo rmation of subjects, his new presentation of familiar pictorial themes and his skilled search for the right format. Only thus does the exceptional talent of this great master become tangible. Rubens's works continue to enchant the present - day viewer as dir ectly as they did during his lifetime.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9783777428581
ISBN-10: 3777428582
Format: Hardback
(280mm x 240mm x mm)
Pages: 336
Imprint: Hirmer Verlag
Publisher: Hirmer Verlag
Publish Date: 21-Dec-2017
Country of Publication: Germany

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Author Biography - Jochen Sander

Stefan Weppelmann is director of the picture gallery at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. Jochen Sander is an art historian and head of the German, Dutch, and Flemish Paintings before 1800 at the Stadel Museum Frankfurt in Germany.