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Between 1623 and 1631, Rubens traveled frequently on diplomatic missions, visiting London and Madrid, where he received peerages from both Charles I of England and Philip IV of Spain. Isabella Brant died in 1626; in 1630 Rubens married the 16-year-old Helene Fourment, who sat for many portraits and other works, " Bathsheba at the Fountain" is one. The twilight decade of 1630
Dresden, Germany, Paris, France, Style: Flemish Northern Baroque, School: Northern Baroque, Movement: Baroque, Flemish, Painting; Fourment, Helene;, Painting
Style: Flemish Northern Baroque; School: Northern Baroque; Movement: Baroque; Flemish; Painting; Fourment, Helene;
Dresden, Germany; Paris, France
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Unknown, "Bathsheba at the Fountain Receiving King David's Letter (detail) Bathsheba at the Fountain" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 2431.