Officials say they can't promote paintings by Flemish Master Peter Paul Rubens
, who is known for his exuberant nudes, because they fall foul of the website's adult content rules and automatic censorship.
epp A TEMPORARY export ban has been placed on a rare painting by Sir Peter Paul Rubens
in a race to try and find a buyer so it can stay in the country.
It beat the PS49.5million record set by Massacre of the Innocents, by Peter Paul Rubens
, in 2002.
The previous sterling record holder was Peter Paul Rubens
's The Massacre of the Innocents, fetching PS49.5million in 2002.
Caption: Marchess Brigida Spinola Doria, 1606, Peter Paul Rubens
(1577-1640), oil on canvas, 152.5 x 99cm.
In 1577, Peter Paul Rubens
was bornin Siegen, Germany, to Belgian parents from Antwerp.
Reproduced in gorgeous color illustrations, works from Peter Paul Rubens
to Mary Cassatt, Ed Ruscha, and Jim Dine are accompanied by brief commentary.
Other mounted prints include masterpieces from the 12th to 19th century by Spanish painters Francisco Goya, Diego Velasquez and Bartolome Esteban Murillo; the Italians Titian, Sandro Botticelli and Caravaggio; the Flemings Peter Paul Rubens
, Anthony van Dyck and Hieronymus Bosch; the German master Albrecht Drer; and the Dutch master Rembrandt.
The collection encompasses art from ancient times to the 19th century and represents masters of Western art including Titian, El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens
, Hieronymus Bosch, Francisco de Goya, and Diego Velazquez.
The sources examined include treatises, legal texts, archival documents, popular carnival songs, ballads, and poems, as well as works of art by artists such as Domenico Ghirlandaio, Tintoretto, Nicolas Poussin, Domenico di Bartolo, and Peter Paul Rubens
Escher (June 17, 1898), Antonio Gaudi (June 25, 1852) and Peter Paul Rubens
(June 28, 1577).
One of the most famous depictions of the myth in art is Peter Paul Rubens
's seventeenth-century collaboration with Frans Snyders, Prometheus Bound.