'Inspired by Italy and established in Antwerp' runs the subtitle for this career-spanning show of work by the great Flemish Baroque painter, Peter Paul Rubens. Starting with the paintings that the artist produced during his eight-year stint in Italy at the start of the 17th century, the exhibition moves on to pieces that Rubens and his apprentices made after his return to Antwerp in 1609, where he established a workshop at what's now the Rubenshuis Museum. Many of the works are being shown in Japan for the first time, most notably 'Romulus and Remus' (1615-16, pictured).

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