Jacob Jordaens, one of the premier Flemish Baroque painters, treats a story from Greek mythology in his work The Judgement of Paris.
Peter Paul Rubens displays in abundance the sumptuous and full shapes of the Baroque period in 1633's The Peace Embracing the Abundance.
Abraham Bloemaert was a Dutch painter and engraver, labelled a member of the Haarlem Mannerists, he painted The Flute Player in 1621.
In The Conversion of Saint Paul by the Spanish Juan Bautista Maíno, we witness the moment when Saul the tax collector becomes Paul the Christian evangelist.
Parnassus Nicolas Poussin is also known as Apollo and the Muses and possibly the figure to the right in the blue robe is Apollo, god of poetic inspiration.
Long disputed, The Mill is now widely accepted that this is a 1648 work by Dutch Baroque artist Rembrandt van Rijn.
Portrait of Margherita Gonzaga is a Baroque Portrait by Flemish painter Frans Pourbus the Younger depicting Margherita Gonzaga d'Este, Duchess of Ferrara
Artemisia Gentileschi painted her Self Portrait as a Lute Player in 1617 at age 24
Ice pleasure on the Scheldt in Antwerp is clearly not one of Sebastiaen Vrancx’s famous battle canvasses, but it does contain similar traits.
This is a posthumous Anthony Van Dyck portrait of the French Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton
Caravaggio quickly made a name for himself, receiving high-profile commissions both religious and secular one of which is The Tooth Puller
The Rokeby Venus, also known as the Toilet of Venus is a an oil painting by Spanish Artist Diego Velazquez.
Jacopo Amiconi's Farinelli and his Friends depicts castrato Carlo Broschi Farinelli along with his network of important Italian ex-patriot friends.