Rubens and the Palaces of Genoa.
An exhibition dedicated to Rubens, the genius of the Baroque, with many paintings that will return to Genoa from 6 October 2022 to 22 January 2023. which will be set up in Palazzo Ducale and other Genoese palaces, will be dedicated to the art of the greatest Flemish painter of the seventeenth century.
Over 150 works are presented on display, among which the about twenty paintings by Rubens from European and Italian museums and collections have the role of protagonists, which will be added to those present in the city, such as his youthful ’Self-portrait’, which is not never left Antwerp.
Pieter Paul Rubens, born in Siegen on June 28, 1577 and died in Antwerp on May 30, 1640, was the most important Flemish artist of the time and is considered the archetype of the "baroque". He stayed in Genoa on several occasions between 1600 and 1607 and was able to maintain very close relations with the most important exponents of the city’s aristocracy.
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