The former home of the baroque artist Rubens that has been turned into a museum.
The home of world-renowned baroque Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577 to 1640) has been converted into a museum that is filled with his art, including works like ‘Adam and Eve’, as well as pieces by his pupils like Anthony van Dyck.
Rubens designed this house in 1611, styling it after the Italian Renaissance architecture he admired.
Make sure you go into Rubens’ studio, where he and his students painted many of his masterpieces, to get a sense of how he worked.
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