Famous Works of Rubens


Antwerp, MUSEUM: "Adoration of the Magi."
Boston, GARDNER COLLECTION: "Portrait of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel."
Boston, MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS: "Rubens' Master and His Wife," "Portrait of Isabella Brant," "Peace and Plenty."
Brooklyn, MUSEUM: "The Risen Christ."
Cambridge, FOGG ART MUSEUM: "Portrait of a Lady."
Chicago, ART INSTITUTE: "Portrait of the Marquis Spinola," "Samson and Delilah."
Cincinnati, CHRIST CHURCH: "The Holy Family."
Cleveland, MUSEUM OF ART: "Triumph of the Holy Sacrament over Folly."
Des Moines, LEHNER COLLECTION: "Ecce Homo."
Detroit, INSTITUTE OF ARTS: "Abigail Meeting David with Gifts," "Philip Rubens, the Artist's Brother," "St. Michael Driving Out the Evil Angels."
Detroit, PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Several examples.
Hartford, WADSWORTH ATHENEUM: "The Return from Egypt."
Kansas City, NELSON GALLERY: "Portrait of Thomas Parr at the Age of 142."
London, NATIONAL GALLERY: "Le Chapeau de Paille," "Rape of the Sabines."
Los Angeles, Calif., KEELER COLLECTION: "The Duke of Mantua."
Merion, Pa., BARNES FOUNDATION: "Holy Family with an Angel Bringing Fruit."
Minneapolis, INSTITUTE OF ARTS: "James I Designating Charles I King of Scotland."
New York, FRICK COLLECTION: "Portrait of Ambrose Spinola."
New York, METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART: "The Holy Family," "Return of the Holy Family from Egypt," "Madonna and Child," "Adoration of the Magi," "Pyramus and Thisbe," "St. Cecilia," and other examples including many portraits.
New York, PRIVATE COLLECTIONS AND SALES GALLERIES: Many examples.
Ottawa, NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA: "Head of an Old Woman," "Christ with the Cross."
Paris, LOUVRE: "Portrait of Elizabeth of France."
Philadelphia, PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Several examples.
St. Louis, CITY ART MUSEUM: "Portrait of Ambrose Spinola."
San Francisco, CALIFORNIA PALACE OF THE LEGION OF HONOR: "Archduke Ferdinand, Cardinal Infant of Spain" (possibly by Van Dyck).
Sarasota, RINGLING MUSEUM: "The Departure of Lot and His Family from Sodom," "Danaë and the Golden Shower," "Pausias and Glycera" (done together with Jan Breughel the Elder).
Toledo, MUSEUM OF ART: "The Holy Family."
Toronto, ART GALLERY: "The Elevation of the Cross."
Washington, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION NATIONAL COLLECTION OF FINE ARTS: "The Holy Family with St. Elizabeth."
Washington, UNITED STATES NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART: "Susanne Fourment and Her Daughter" (challenged as a Van Dyck).

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