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Rubens And Women: Know Before You Go

29 November, 2023 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm


Rubens & Women, a major exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery of the Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640). The exhibition will be the first to challenge the popular assumption that Rubens painted only one type of woman.  The exhibition reveals the varied and important place occupied by women, both real and imagined, in his world.

A diverse range of Rubens’s masterpieces along with archive material will reveal the essential ways in which Rubens’s relationships with women nourished his creativity and career – from the role played by his female patrons and family members to his profound faith, artistic beliefs, and great loves. Featuring masterpieces from international and private collections. We are please to have Chantal Brotherton-Radciffe to lecture us on the exhibit before we visit it.

The lecture will begin at 10 with a break around 11 for coffee and we aim to finish by 12:15.

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