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Artist: Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640)
Alternative names: Rubens, Pierre Paul Rubens, Pieter Paul Rubens, Sir Peter Paul Rubens
Description: Southern Netherlandish painter, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker
Date of birth/death: 28 June 1577(1577-06-28) / 30 May 1640(1640-05-30)
Location of birth/death: Siegen / Antwerp
Work location: Antwerp (1589-1600), Mantua (9 May 1600(1600-05-09)-1608), Spain (1603), Antwerp (1608-1640), Netherlands (1612), Paris (23 May 1623(1623-05-23)-29 June 1623(1623-06-29), 4 February 1625(1625-02-04)-9 June 1625(1625-06-09)), Calais (November 1626(1626-11)), Paris (December 1626(1626-12)), Brussels (1627), Netherlands (10 July 1627(1627-07-10)-6 August 1627(1627-08-06)), Spain (26 August 1628(1628-08-26)-29 April 1629(1629-04-29)), London (18 May 1629(1629-05-18)-23 March 1630(1630-03-23)), Brussels (1631), Netherlands (November 1631(1631-11)), Affligem (September 1634(1634-09))
Authority control: VIAF: 56647196 | LCCN: n79055561 | PND: 11860354X | WorldCat | WP-Person
Description: The Adoration of the Magi
Date: Vers 1617-1618
Medium: oil on canvas
Dimensions: H. 251 x L. 328 cm
Current location: Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon
Native name: Musée des Beaux-Arts
Location: Lyon, France
Coordinates: 45° 46′ 0.65″ N, 4° 50′ 1.7″ E
Established: 1801(1801)
Source/Photographer: Oeuvre du musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon
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