|Rape of the Sabine Women, 1637-83, Nicholas Poussin,|
is quite architectonic with a tendency toward
highly controlled, staged bedlam.
|Massacre of the Innocents, 1611 or 1612, Peter Paul Rubens,|
displays subject matter similar to Poussins (above) but with
much more robust compositional masses and brushwork.
|Hippopotomus Hunt, 1616, Peter Paul Rubes, offers a |
better example of the color and brushwork the Rubenistes
admired so much.