32 Peter Paul Rubens Paintings

Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens was a renowned Flemish Baroque painter and draughtsman known for his extravagant style and extravagant themes. Born in 1577 in Siegen, Holy Roman Empire, Rubens spent most of his life in Antwerp, Belgium, where he served as a court painter for the Spanish Habsburg rulers. His paintings often depict bold colors, sensuous forms, and dramatic compositions, reflecting his mastery of the Baroque style. Rubens was also known for his technical skill in conveying emotion and movement in his works, which often featured mythological, religious, and historical subjects. He was one of the most prolific artists of his time, producing over 1,400 paintings during his career. Rubens died in 1640, leaving behind a lasting legacy as one of the greatest painters of the Baroque era.

1. The Three Graces

The Three Graces
  • Artwork Name: The Three Graces
  • Year: 1620 - 1623
  • Medium: Oil on Wood
  • Dimensions: 47 x 34 cm

2. The Judgment of Paris

The Judgment of Paris

3. Andromeda

Andromeda
  • Artwork Name: Andromeda
  • Year: c.1638
  • Medium: Oil on Board
  • Dimensions: 189 x 94 cm

4. The Arrival of Marie de' Medici at Marseilles

The Arrival of Marie de' Medici at Marseilles

5. Bacchus

Bacchus
  • Artwork Name: Bacchus
  • Year: 1638-40
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas, transferred from panel
  • Dimensions: 75 x 63 1/2 in. (191 x 161.3 cm)

6. The Union Of Earth And Water

The Union Of Earth And Water

7. The Abduction of the Daughters of Leucippus

The Abduction of the Daughters of Leucippus

8. Virgin And Child Enthroned With Saints

Virgin And Child Enthroned With Saints

9. The Garden of Love

The Garden of Love
  • Artwork Name: The Garden of Love
  • Year: c. 1630-32
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 78 x 111 3/8 in. (198 x 283 cm)

10. Holy Family with St Elizabeth

Holy Family with St Elizabeth

11. Saints Gregory, Maurus, Papianus, and Domitilla

Saints Gregory, Maurus, Papianus, and Domitilla

12. Self-portrait with Isabella Brant

Self-portrait with Isabella Brant

13. The Stone Carters

The Stone Carters
  • Artwork Name: The Stone Carters
  • Year: c.1620
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 86 x 127 cm

14. Dance of the Villagers

Dance of the Villagers

15. Helene Fourment and Her Children, Claire-Jeanne and Francois

Helene Fourment and Her Children, Claire-Jeanne and Francois

16. Portrait of Susanna Fourment

Portrait of Susanna Fourment

17. Return of the Peasants from the Fields

Return of the Peasants from the Fields

18. The Little Fur (Helen Fourment, the Second Wife to the Artist)

The Little Fur (Helen Fourment, the Second Wife to the Artist)

19. Saint Gregory with Saints Domitilla, Maurus, and Papianus

Saint Gregory with Saints Domitilla, Maurus, and Papianus

20. Self-portrait

Self-portrait
  • Artwork Name: Self-portrait
  • Year: c.1620
  • Medium: Oil on Panel
  • Dimensions: 41 x 34 cm

21. St. Cecilia

St. Cecilia
  • Artwork Name: St. Cecilia
  • Year: 1639 - 1640
  • Medium: Oil on Panel
  • Dimensions: 177 x 139 cm

22. St. Sebastian

St. Sebastian
  • Artwork Name: St. Sebastian
  • Year: c.1614
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas
  • Dimensions: 200 x 120 cm

23. The Descent from the Cross

The Descent from the Cross

24. The Elevation of the Cross

The Elevation of the Cross

25. The Lamentation

The Lamentation
  • Artwork Name: The Lamentation
  • Year: c.1606
  • Medium: oil,copper
  • Dimensions: 28 x 24 cm

26. Allegory on the blessings of peace

Allegory on the blessings of peace

27. Daniel in the Lion's Den

Daniel in the Lion's Den

28. Portrait of Isabella Brant

Portrait of Isabella Brant

29. Rubens, his wife Helena Fourment, and their son Peter Paul

Rubens, his wife Helena Fourment, and their son Peter Paul

30. The Four Evangelists

The Four Evangelists

31. The Kermesse

The Kermesse
  • Artwork Name: The Kermesse
  • Year: 1635 - 1638
  • Medium: Oil on Wood
  • Dimensions: 149 x 261 cm

32. Self-portrait with Justus Lipsius, Philip Rubens, and Jan Wowerius, known as The Four Philosophers

Self-portrait with Justus Lipsius, Philip Rubens, and Jan Wowerius, known as The Four Philosophers
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