Rubens Copies After the Antique Text

Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins.

Author: Marjon van der Meulen

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ISBN: UCR:31210012415863

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Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins. When he set out for Italy as a young artist in 1600, he was following in the footsteps of many Flemish artists before him, but Rubens drawings after the Antique have a range and thoroughness unique of their kind. They are catalogued here in detail.
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Rubens Copies After the Antique Catalogue

Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins.

Author: Marjon van der Meulen

Publisher: Harvey Miller

ISBN: 1872501613

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Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins. When he set out for Italy as a young artist in 1600, he was following in the footsteps of many Flemish artists before him, but Rubens drawings after the Antique have a range and thoroughness unique of their kind. They are catalogued here in detail.
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Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard Part XXIII

All Ruebens's drawings of antique sculptures, reliefs, gems, and coins are catalogued and illustrated in this volume.

Author: Marjon van der Meulen

Publisher: Harvey Miller Pub

ISBN: 0905203623

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Rubens had a lifelong interest in Antiquity and regarded the copying of ancient statuary as an important part of an artist's training. Throughout his career he turned to classical models and motifs as a source of inspiration, and as an eager antiquarian he built up a large personal collection of antiques. All Ruebens's drawings of antique sculptures, reliefs, gems, and coins are catalogued and illustrated in this volume.
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Rubens Copies After the Antique

... de Plastische Kunsten van de 16de en de 17de Eeuw British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Meulen , Marjon Van Der Rubens ' Copies After the Antique . - Vol . 3 : Plates . - ( Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard ) I. Title II .

Author: Marjon van der Meulen

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Rubens Copies After the Antique Plates index

Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins.

Author: Marjon van der Meulen

Publisher: Harvey Miller

ISBN: 1872501664

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Rubens was fascinated by the classical world and the exploits of the ancients celebrated on surviving sculptures, sarcophagus reliefs, engraved gems and coins. When he set out for Italy as a young artist in 1600, he was following in the footsteps of many Flemish artists before him, but Rubens drawings after the Antique have a range and thoroughness unique of their kind. They are catalogued here in detail.
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Author: Marjon van der Meulen

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ISBN: UVA:X002593679

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Peter Paul Rubens

I09 In execution the drawings are very close to the well-known group of Rubens's copies after antique statuary in the Ambrosiana, Milan, among which is another depiction of the Laocoo'n.'IO Moreover, both drawings of the Centaur ...

Author: Anne-Marie S. Logan

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 9780300104943

Category: Art

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A magnificent selection of drawings by one of the greatest artists of the seventeenth century
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Author: Marjon Van der Meulen

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ISBN: 1872501613

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Author: Marjon Meulen (van der.)

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ISBN: 1872501567

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Rubens: Mythological Subjects—H to O. Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard 11, part 2. ... “'Der sterbende Seneca' des Peter Paul Rubens: Kunsthistorisches und weltanschauliches Programbild. ... Rubens: Copies after the Antique.

Author: Anne T. Woollett

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 9781606066706

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The first study devoted to classical art’s vital creative impact on the work of the Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens. For the great Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640), the classical past afforded lifelong creative stimulus and the camaraderie of humanist friends. A formidable scholar, Rubens ingeniously transmitted the physical ideals of ancient sculptors, visualized the spectacle of imperial occasions, rendered the intricacies of mythological tales, and delineated the character of gods and heroes in his drawings, paintings, and designs for tapestries. His passion for antiquity profoundly informed every aspect of his art and life. Including 170 color illustrations, this volume addresses the creative impact of Rubens’s remarkable knowledge of the art and literature of antiquity through the consideration of key themes. The book’s lively interpretive essays explore the formal and thematic relationships between ancient sources and Baroque expressions: the significance of neo-Stoic philosophy, the compositional and iconographic inspiration provided by exquisite carved gems, Rubens’s study of Roman marble sculpture, and his inventive translation of ancient sources into new subjects made vivid by his dynamic painting style. This volume is published to accompany an exhibition on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa from November 10, 2021, to January 24, 2022.
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The nuancing of lifelike texture ( accidentia ) , typical for Rubens ' preparatory drawings after antique sources ... Muller cites of the original stone.28 These drawings are therefore much Rubens'copies after Titian as an example of ...

Author: Joost vander Auwera

Publisher: Lannoo Uitgeverij

ISBN: 9020972421

Category: Art

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Over the past four years the Royal Fine Arts Museums of Belgium have undertaken a huge research
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171-89. On Rubens' copies after ancient Roman sculpture, cf. Marjon van der Meulen, 'Rubens and the Antique Sculpture Collections in Rome', ibid., pp. 146-58. 71. Cf. on this question for instance, Julius Held, 'Copies made by Rubens', ...

Author: Paul Oppenheimer

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780815412090

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"The animated, flamboyant, exuberantly sensuous style of Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) defined the Baroque movement and influenced artists such as Eugene Delacroix and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Yet, although he is one of the world's greatest painters, he remains a mystery figure who strolled the courts of Europe as both diplomat and spy. He has been admired and ignored, praised and ridiculed." "In presenting a re-creation of Rubens' age - its wars, art and theater, politics, and eccentricities - this biography challenges the current perceptions of the life and impact of this extraordinary man. Oppenheimer focuses on Rubens' quest for absolute beauty, an intellectual and artistic adventure illustrated by his paintings, drawings, and correspondence (including some family letters that appear here in unexpurgated English versions for the first time)."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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