Working Bibliography for Peter Paul Rubens

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Working Bibliography for Peter Paul Rubens

Alpers, Svetlana. The Art of Describing: Dutch Art in the Seventeenth Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983. Print.

Alpers, Svetlana. The Making of Rubens. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995. Print.

Barnes, Alethea Henry. "An Examination of Hunting Scenes by Peter Paul Rubens." University of Missouri - Kansas City, 2009. United States -- Missouri: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT). Web. 29 Jan. 2013.

Belkin, Kristin Lohse. Rubens. London: Phaidon Press Limited. 1998. Print.

Belkin, Kristin Lohse and Carl DePauw. Images of Death: Rubens Copies Holbein. Antwerp: Snoeck-Ducaju and Zoon. 2000. Print.

Bertram, Anthony. The Life of Sir Peter-Paul Rubens. New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, n.d. Print.

Croft-Murray, Edward. "The Landscape Background in Ruben's St George and the Dragon." Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 89.529 (1947): 89-91 93. Web. 20 Jan 2013.

Georgievska-Shine, Aneta. "Horror and Pity. Some Thoughts on the Sense of the Tragic in Rubens' 'Hero and Leander' and 'The Fall of Phaeton'." Marburger Jahrbuch fur Kunstwissenschaft. 30.Bd (2003): 217-228. Web. 20 Jan 2013.

Goldfarb, Hilliard, David Freedberg, and Manuela Marques. Titian and Rubens: Power, Politics, and Style. Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum, 1998. Print.

Grieve, Nicole. "The Rise of the Courtier-Artist: The Political Careers of Peter Paul Rubens and Diego Velazquez in Philip IV's Spain." University of Guelph (Canada), 2008. Canada: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT). Web. 29 Jan. 2013.

Heinen, Ulrich. "Rubens’ Pictorial Diplomacy at War (1637/1638)." Ed. Jan De Jong, Bart Ramakers, Frits Scholten, Mariët Westermann, and Joanna Woodall. Rubens and the Netherlands (Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art) 55 (2004): 196-225. Print.

Held, Julius S. Rubens and His Circle. Princeton, N.J., Princeton U Press. 1982. Print.

Hofstede, Justus Muller. "An Early Rubens ‘Conversion of St. Paul.’ The Beginning of His Preoccupation with Leonardo's Battle of Anghiari." Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 106.732 (1964): 94-103 105-106. Web. 20 Jan 2013.

Honig, Elizabeth. "Paradise Regained: Rubens, Jans Brueghel, and the Sociabilty of Visual Thought." Ed. Jan De Jong, Bart Ramakers, Frits Scholten, Mariët Westermann, and Joanna Woodall. Rubens and the Netherlands (Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art) 55 (2004): 270-301. Print.

Hughes, Anthony. "Naming the Unnameable: An Iconographical Problem in Rubens's 'Peace and War'." Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs. 122.924 (1980): 157-163 165. Web. 20 Jan 2013.

Jablonski, Suzanne. "Acts of Violence: Rubens and the Hunt." University of California, Berkeley, 2004. United States, California: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT). Web. 30 Jan. 2013.

Jaffe, David, and Elizabeth McGrath. Rubens: A Master in the Making. London, National Gallery Co. 2005. Print.

Jones, Jonathan. "End of Innocence." The Guardian. (2003): n. page. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. <www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2003/feb/27/artsfeatures>.

Koslow, Susan. "Law and Order in Rubens's Wolf and Fox Hunt." Art Bulletin. 78.4 (1996): 680-706. Web. 20 Jan 2013.

Lammertse, Friso, and Vergara, Alejandro. Peter Paul Rubens. The Life of Achilles. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2003. Print.

Lamster, Mark. Master of Shadows: The Secret Diplomatic Career of the Painter Peter Paul Rubens. New York: Doubleday. 2009. Print.

Lamster, Mark. "The Art of Diplomacy." Wall Street Journal 10 OCT 2009, US Edition n. pag. Web. 15 Jan. 2013.

Lescourt, Marie-Anne. Rubens: A Double Life. Chicago, Ivan R. Dee. 1993. Print.

Lo, Federica. “Peter Paul Rubens: Cultural Entrepreneur avant la letter.” MA thesis. Erasmus U Rotterdam, 2009. Web. 15 Jan. 2013.

Martin, John Rupert. Rubens before 1620. Princeton; Princeton U Press. 1972. Print.

Oppenheimer, Paul. Rubens. New York: Cooper Square...
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