This picture is a great illustration showing the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion. This was one of Hercules first big battles (after killing his two sons). Hercules would then take the lion skin and head and wear it proudly. He is shown in several paintings and sculptures with this image. Peter Paul Rubens illustrates the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion.

The Nemean Lion

This picture is a great illustration showing the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion. This was one of Hercules first big battles (after killing his two sons). Hercules would then take the lion skin and head and wear it proudly. He is shown in several paintings and sculptures with this image. Peter Paul Rubens illustrates the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion.

The Shepherd...I just love the Nail scars in the Lord's hand showing.....He watches over His Sheep, even if it is just one sheep

The Shepherd...I just love the Nail scars in the Lord's hand showing.....He watches over His Sheep, even if it is just one sheep

Night Scene - Peter Paul Rubens  é impressionante a capacidade de luz em suas telas!!!!!!

Night Scene - Peter Paul Rubens é impressionante a capacidade de luz em suas telas!!!!!!

Peter Paul Rubens, Saturn Devouring His Son (1636)

Here, I want to tell my friend, is the crucial distinction, between depression & melancholy

Peter Paul Rubens, Saturn Devouring His Son (1636)

Two Satyrn - Peter Paul Rubens

Two Satyrn - Peter Paul Rubens

Desenho de Peter Paul Rubens

Desenho de Peter Paul Rubens

Sts Eligius and Catherine Peter Paul Rubens 1610 Style: Baroque Genre: religious painting Technique: oil

Sts Eligius and Catherine Peter Paul Rubens 1610 Style: Baroque Genre: religious painting Technique: oil

Peter Paul Rubens - Assumption of the Devine and Holy Virgin Mary, 1611

Peter Paul Rubens - Assumption of the Devine and Holy Virgin Mary, 1611

Peter Paul Rubens - The Engelsturz. Archangel Michael in the fight against the renegade angels

Peter Paul Rubens - The Engelsturz. Archangel Michael in the fight against the renegade angels

Peter-Paul Rubens, 'The Head of Medusa,' c. 1617-18.

Peter-Paul Rubens, 'The Head of Medusa,' c. 1617-18.

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