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Enter the Rubens House in the way Rubens intended: through the main door that leads to the elegant courtyard.
In the dining-room, you come face to face with the master himself.
In seventeenth-century Antwerp, some prosperous citizens had accumulated large collections of art. Rubens’s collection was the largest in the city in his time.
Most of Rubens’s works were created in this studio. On the work floor, he demonstrated his talent as artist and organiser. Pupils, assistants and colleagues assisted him in the production of more than 2,500 ‘Rubens paintings’.
During the restoration that took place in the 1940's, the garden of the Rubens House was completely re-laid.