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Worth a Thousand Words: A Study for a Horse and Rider

Peter Paul Rubens, A Study for a Horse and Ridervia Arts Everyday Living
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Getty's Peter Paul Rubens work is subject of intrigue

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On View: The Flemish artist's 17th century drawing 'Man in Korean Costume' has inspired books and questions and is part of the exhibition 'Looking East: Rubens's Encounter with Asia.' A picture may be worth a thousand words, but thi...

Worth a Thousand Words: Nicolaas Rubens

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Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640), Nicolaas Rubens, between 1625 and 1626 via Wikimedia Commons drawings

Worth a Thousand Words: Horses in a Meadow

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Edgar Degas, Horses in a Meadow, 1871via Arts Everyday Living Not ballerinas? What is up with that?

Worth a Thousand Words: Blue Rider

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Wassily Kandinsky, 1903, Blue Ridervia WikiPaintings WikiPaintings' commentary points out something I hadn't noticed:The painting’s intentional abstractness had led many art theorists to project their own representations onto the fi...

Worth a Thousand Words: A Bride and Groom

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Peter Paul Rubens, Rubens and Isabella Brant, the Honeysuckle Bower, c. 1609via Arts Everyday Living I couldn't resist this picture today.We just spend the weekend helping present the Beyond Cana Retreat for marriage enrichment. It ...

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