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Rubens himself didn't like to paint them, but there's no doubt his portraits are among the finest items of his legacy. Especially those he painted of his relatives: his two wives, his children, his sisters and his brothers in law.

Today they, together with his equally famous self-portraits, find their way back to where they belong, the master's house in Antwerp, for a unique and truly marvelous exhibition.

'Rubens in Private', till June 28th 2015, The Rubens House, Wapper 9-11, 2000 Antwerp, www.rubenshuis.be.

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