a Flemish Baroque painter who specialized in cabinet pictures of landscapes and battle scenes. His work consists mainly of cabinet paintings that depict landscapes and battle scenes. Many of his landscapes are river landscapes or seascapes. The battles are often placed in antiquity or an oriental setting. He also copied paintings of his famous namesake Peter Paul Rubens to whom he is not believed to have been directly related. This includes the painting of the Battle of the Amazons (now in the Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council Museums and Arts). He was influenced by the Antwerp painter Jan Baptist van der Meiren who was commercially successful with paintings depicting similar subjects.
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