Sir Peter Paul Rubens

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prolific Flemish baroque painter

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Other art seen likely to garner attention is a previously unpublished anatomical study by Sir Peter Paul Rubens.
The Flemish Baroque period featured an extraordinary and prolific artist, Sir Peter Paul Rubens.
A NEWLY-DISCOVERED portrait by Sir Peter Paul Rubens thought to have been owned by a Welsh aristocratic family is expected to fetch up to pounds 6m at auction today.
The painting was said to demonstrate "the brilliant brushwork and physiological understanding of Sir Peter Paul Rubens, who was to become "the most influential artist of the Baroque period".
Until then, Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) work had been incorrectly attributed to the more minor artist Jan van den Hoecke.