Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)
Born: June 28, 1577; Siegen, Germany
Died: May 30, 1640; Antwerp, Belgium
Art Movement: Baroque
Peter Paul Rubens was the possessor of phenomenal gifts, together with the physical energy and organizational ability to exercise them. As well as being an exponent of the lush Baroque style that he had acquired in Italy (Caravaggio was a key influence, whose work Rubens continue to champion across Northern Europe), he was Roman Catholic, multilingual, and appointed ambassador for the Hapsburg rulers of the Spanish Netherlands. His status as Court painter exempted Rubens from paying taxes and it also freed him from guild rules; he could deploy, without restrictions, the huge studio staff needed to carry out all his commissions, many of whom had their own specialties.
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