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Rubens House welcomes restored Self-Portrait

Rubens’s restored Self-Portrait is back in the Rubens House in Antwerp after an absence of more than a year. Rubens returns our gaze, with a blush on his cheeks and sensuous red lips.

Anthony van Dyck

Portrait of Marguerite de Lorraine

Cornelis de Heem

Still Life with a Berkemeier, a Peeled Lemon, Grapes and Oysters

Rubens House, palazzo on the Scheldt

Welcome to Peter Paul Rubens's house! His work has inspired artists and art aficionados for over four hundred years. A lot of his work was created in this house.

Clara Serena, a superstar's daughter

Interactive guided visit for 11-12 year olds

Meet Clara Serena, the eldest daughter of the famous painter Peter Paul Rubens.

Rubens House, palazzo on the Scheldt

Welcome to Peter Paul Rubens's house! His work has inspired artists and art aficionados for over four hundred years. A lot of his work was created in this house.

Rubens House | Classical Mythology

Your guide will provide an introduction to classical mythology in the courtyard of the Rubens House. Rubens purchased this house when he moved back to Antwerp after having spent eight years in Italy. He was inspired by antique architecture and the classical mythology which he learnt about in Italy for the renovation of the house.

Rubens House, palazzo on the Scheldt

Welcome to Peter Paul Rubens's house! His work has inspired artists and art aficionados for over four hundred years. A lot of his work was created in this house.

Van Dyck. Inspiring landscape drawings

15.05.99 - 22.08.99

The exhibition "Van Dyck. Inspiring landscape drawings" - for the first time - reunited a large number of the landscape drawings and watercolours of Anthony van Dyck.

Rubens, Holbein and the Dance of Death: on the acquisition of a sketchbook

08.04.00 - 12.06.00

This exhibition was organised to mark the acquisition of a sketchbook of the young Rubens. He was inspired by a series of prints by the artist Hans Holbein II (1497/98-1543).