Rubens’ Great Landscapes Reunited At Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection has announced that from 18 May – 13 September, for the first time in over two hundred years, Peter Paul Rubens’ (1577-1640) two great masterpieces of landscape painting, The Rainbow Landscape and A View of Het Steen in the Early Morning, will be reunited as part of a not-to-be-missed free exhibition at the museum.

Although kept together in Rubens’ own collection, the paintings were brought to London in 1803, and separated for good with The Rainbow Landscape eventually entering the Wallace Collection and A View of Het Steen in the Early Morning entering the National Gallery collection.

Find out more about this and other inaugural loans at the Wallace Collection.

Image pictures is: Peter Paul Rubens, The Rainbow Landscape, c. 1636 © The Wallace Collection, London

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