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- Combination of a practical city guide and a richly illustrated souvenir book, including walks along all Rubens' sights in Antwerp
- With comprehensive information of the most important works of the master
Full DescriptionRubens' Antwerp: A Guide highlights the life and work of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) in a comprehensive and accessible way. The Antwerp museums and churches contain about a hundred paintings, drawings, designs and sketches by Rubens. A large part of those are public. Antwerp is the only city in the world that is so deeply rooted with Peter Paul Rubens and his baroque heritage. Rubens' Antwerp: A Guide allows you to experience Rubens and the Baroque in an intense way. This multifaceted acquaintance with Rubens goes hand in hand with a dive into the glorious past of the vibrant city of culture, where the master's life largely took place. A mapped walk takes you to the various places in Antwerp where Rubens' work can be seen. You can visit his house with the studio, where so many masterpieces came about. You also visit the homes of his friends Balthasar Moretus and Nicolaas Rockox, and you can admire paintings of him in the historic churches in the rooms for which they were made. 2018 is the official Rubens' year.
- Lannoo Publishers
- 25th Jun 2018
- Paperback / softback
- World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
- 195 mm x 144 mm
- 144 Pages
- 120 color, 20 b&w