Making and Meaning: Rubens's Landscapes (National Gallery Publications) ebook
by Christopher Brown
The recent London exhibit of landscapes by Peter Paul Rubens is the fourth in the National Gallery's "Making and Meaning" series. Painted mainly for Rubens himself and those close to him, the landscapes represent a more personal artistic expression than his commissioned work.
The recent London exhibit of landscapes by Peter Paul Rubens is the fourth in the National Gallery's "Making and Meaning" series.
This gorgeous book focuses on the landscape paintings of Peter Paul Rubens, in particular one of the greatest treasures in London& National Gallery-Landscape with Het Steen
This gorgeous book focuses on the landscape paintings of Peter Paul Rubens, in particular one of the greatest treasures in London& National Gallery-Landscape with Het Steen. Brown places Rubens& landscapes in the tradition of Flemish landscape painting, analyzes his working methods, describes his years at Het Steen, and examines the influence of his works on British painters.
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Rubens's landscapes, Christopher Brown. Saved in: Main Author: Brown, Christopher, 1948-. Published: London : National Gallery, 1996. Series: Making and meaning. Corporate Author: National Gallery (Great Britain). Subjects: Rubens, Peter Paul, 1577-1640 Criticism and interpretation. Landscape painting, Flemish. Landscape painting 17th century Belgium. Painting 17TH Century Netherlands.
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Brown, Christopher and Rubens, Peter Paul. Rubens’s landscapes: making & meaning. London: National Gallery Publications, 1996. Recollections of Rubens. New York: Phaidon Publishers, 1950. The Rubens Cartoons in John Ringling in perpetua memoria: the legacy and prestige of art and collecting, Florida State University, diss.
National Gallery of Ar. Turner, who traveled extensively, often infused his dramatic seascapes and landscapes with literary or historical allusions. Constable, who never left England, preferred more straight forward depictions of placid rural scenery. Working in the studio from sketches and his imagination, Turner blended his oil paints in fluid layers of translucent color, called glazes.
Rubens was a remarkable individual. Rubens moved his family to Brussels until the worst of it had passed. He began to paint more landscapes, often for his own enjoyment, rather than for sale. Not only was he an enormously successful painter whose workshop produced a staggering number of works; but he also played an important diplomatic role in 17th-century European politics. He was clearly a charming and attractive companion, described as having 'a tall stature, a stately bearing, with a regularly shaped face, rosy cheeks, chestnut brown hair, sparkling eyes but with passion restrained, a laughing air, gentle and courteous'.