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He Called Me Rubenesque; Should I Be Insulted?

All depends on the his point of view, could have been the supreme compliment!

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Peter Paul Rubens was famous for his inventive and dynamic paintings of religious and mythological subjects. He also painted portraits and landscapes. Rubens was one of the most influential artists during the Baroque period in the early 17th century.




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Brian Dickens Barrabee

Brian Dickens Barrabee

Involved in life and writes stories about the experience, Consistently Medium Top Writer: Sports, Humor, Parenting. His book: Confessions of a Real Estate Man.

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