Rubens (Classic Reprint)

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1kg Limited, 2015 M09 27 - 178 pages
Excerpt from Rubens

The fact is unquestionable, that this volume on Rubens which in spite of its brevity, has gone through seven editions in Germany, in less than ten years still holds its own, beside more elaborate and ambitious works, published since on this great Flemish master. Its convenient form, combined with its numerous and attractive illustrations, have proved it to be well adapted as a guide to his work: and especially to assist students who, desirous of understanding him thoroughly, direct their steps to those places, wherein he has principally left his mark.

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