The Conversion of Saint Paul (Rubens, London)

The Conversion of Saint Paul is a painting by Peter Paul Rubens, now in the Courtauld Gallery in London.[1] It shows the conversion of Saint Paul and was produced between 1610 and 1612.[2] Between around 1612 and 1614, The Defeat of Sennacherib was produced by the artist as a pendant to it.

Other versions

Rubens produced works on the subject on at least two other occasions - once alone in the 1620s (now lost) and once with his studio at an unknown date (now in the Rubenshuis in Antwerp).


  1. ^ "Conversion of Saint Paul". Art UK. Retrieved January 27, 2014.
  2. ^ "A&A - Conversion of Saint Paul". artandarchitecture.org.uk. Retrieved 18 February 2015.

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