Sir Peter Paul Rubens

Standard Name: Rubens, Sir Peter Paul

Connections

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Residence Margaret Cavendish
After months in Rotterdam hoping vainly for an invasion of England, Margaret Cavendish (then Marchioness of Newcastle) and her husband settled in the Rubenshuis in Antwerp, previously the house of Rubens the painter.
Jones, Kathleen. A Glorious Fame: The Life of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, 1623-1673. Bloomsbury, 1988.
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Travel Juliana Horatia Ewing
She spent the winter of 1862-63 staying with friends at Clyst St George, near Topsham in Devon.
Gatty, Horatia K. F. “Juliana Horatia Ewing and Her Books, 1885”. A Celebration of Women Writers, edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom.
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Her earliest literary earnings paid for travel. On the proceeds of her first book she...

Timeline

30 March 1643
An altarpiece by Rubens in Henrietta Maria 's Roman Catholic chapel in Somerset House, London (his only depiction of Christ on the cross), was destroyed by iconoclasts.
1824
The House of Commons voted to spend £60,000 to acquire the John Julius Angerstein art collection: this constituted the birth of the National Gallery .