Luxemburg Museum - Rubens, royal portraits

“Rubens. Royal portraits” exhibition at the Luxembourg Museum presents the portraiture skills of Rubens, the most famous painter of his time who under the patronage of Marie de’ Medici (the Queen who built the Luxembourg Palace, located next to the Museum) worked in every major centre of art, usually for several of Marie’s (numerous) relatives. Portraits by the same royals by Rubens’ professional rivals such as Velázquez, Van Dyck etc are also exhibited, revealing Rubens’ excellence and individual style!
 
Until January 14, 2018
 
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Rubens. Royal portraits exhibition © Luxembourg Museum

 
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Address: 19 Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris
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