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The rule of the Archdukes, 1598-1633

The golden age of Flemish painting corresponds with the reign of ‘The Archdukes’, Albert and Isabella (1598-1633), which brought a measure of stability, prosperity and identity to the region. Though the war continued before and after the Twelve Years Truce (1609-21) many paintings of the time use landscape to express the idea of peace and regeneration.

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