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Saint Teresa Intercedes Featured Peter Paul Rubens Print

Saint Teresa Intercedes

'Saint Teresa of Avila Interceding for Souls in Purgatory', an engraving by Schelte Adams Bolswert after a painting from the workshop of Peter Paul Rubens, circa 1600. St Theresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) was a Spanish mystic, Carmelite nun, and writer of the Counter Reformation. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2008 Getty Images

Eve holds up an apple to Adam, and entices Featured Peter Paul Rubens Print

Eve holds up an apple to Adam, and entices

Eve holds up an apple to Adam, and entices him to gather more of it from the forbidden tree.. Handcolored engraving by Chretien de Mechel from Hans Holbein's The Triumph of Death, based on original drawings by Peter Paul Rubens, 1860

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

1860, Andenticeshimtogathermoreofitfromthetreehand, Aswellasinmostancientrepresentationsofthesubject, Basedonoriginaldrawingsbypeterpaulrubens, Colouredengravingbychretiendemechelfromhansholbeinsthetriumphofdeath, Depictedwithafemalehumanfacesheholdsituptoadam, Historical, History, Thefall Evehasjustreceivedtheforbiddenfruitfromtheserpent, Whoishere

Fishing, c.1862-63 (oil on canvas) Featured Peter Paul Rubens Print

Fishing, c.1862-63 (oil on canvas)

3468938 Fishing, c.1862-63 (oil on canvas) by Manet, Edouard (1832-83); 76.8x123.2 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; ( Inspired by the landscapes of Peter Paul Rubens, Manet and his future wife, Suzanne Leenhoff, are dressed in 17th century costume and posed like Rubens and his wife in the Flemish painter's 'Park of the ChA?teau de Steen'. The little boy fishing in the background has been identified as LA©on Leenhoff, Suzanne's son. ); French, out of copyright

© Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA / Bridgeman Images