- Current Issue
- Featured reviews
- Art & artists
- Around the galleries
- Architecture & design
- Photography & media
Subscribe to Cassone now for full access to all online content.Subscribe ||
Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) is said not to have had much time for portrait painting. He thought it required no inventiveness for an artist to paint what he saw. Fortunately, that did not stop him from painting portraits of his patrons, himself, his family and his friends. In the Foreword, Philip Heylen, Antwerp’s Vice-Mayor for Culture, writes a succinct...
This article is for Cassone subscribers only. To read the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cassone or Log-in. Subscription is FREE.