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The Letters of Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens

Edited and translated by Ruth Saunders Magurn

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674432352

Publication Date: 01/01/1955

528 pages

20 halftones


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  • Introduction
  • I. 1603–1608: Rubens in Italy — Mission to Spain (Letters 1–19)
  • II. 1609–1621: The Twelve Years’ Truce — The Antwerp Studio — The Carleton Correspondence (Letters 20–46)
  • III. 1622–1626: Rubens in Paris — The Medici Gallery — The Peiresc Correspondence — Entry into Politics (Letters 47–96)
  • IV. 1627: The Gerbier Negotiations — The Dupuy Correspondence (Letters 97–140)
  • V. 1628 (January–August): Resumption of Anglo–Spanish Negotiations — The Siege of La Rochelle — The Mantuan Succession (Letters 141–178)
  • VI. 1628–1629: Rubens in Madrid — Rubens in London (Letters 179–214)
  • VII. 163O–164O: Return to Flanders — Last Missions — Retirement from Politics (Letters 215–250)
  • Appendix: Selected Original Texts
  • Bibliographical Note
  • Notes
  • List of Correspondents
  • Index

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