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According to Ovid’s "Metamorphoses," Jupiter had disguised himself as Diana and lured Callisto into his embrace. No longer virginal and pure, Callisto was banished from Diana’s sacred waters. Depicting the climactic moment of the myth, this painting alludes to the immediate and eternal punishment of Callisto. Diana leans forward in the same direction as Callisto’s movement backwards, emphasizing their roles as punisher and punished. A bearded iris near Diana represents the goddess Iris, Juno’s messenger of bad tidings. The collection of shells, corals, and accessories for grooming after the bath are abandoned at the bottom right, which signals the final outcome for Callisto. Collaborations between artists of different specialties were fashionable in early seventeenth-century Flanders. Here, as in many pieces by this pair, Hendrick van Balen’s ability to render the female nude and Jan Brueghel’s skills as a landscape painter work in tandem. 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Considered to be one of the pioneers of Baroque art, Rubens was highly sought after during his lifetime. In order to keep up with the high demand for his work, Rubens ran a large workshop and often used same figural models for different works. This study is among his earliest oil sketches. It was probably used for a painting illustrated here, "The Mocking of Christ," which was one of Rubens’s first public commissions in Rome. Over the next fifteen years, the artist would frequently use this face, which appears in at least four other religious paintings with themes like Christ’s transfiguration. 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For instance, notice the prominent pearl on Margaret’s forehead attached to strands of smaller pearls in her hair. According to the "Legend," the saint’s name corresponds with the Latin word for a pearl, margarita, a “precious gem [that shines] white, small, and endowed with virtue.” In like manner, says the "Legend," “Saint Margaret was shining white by her virginity, small by her humility, and endowed with the power to work miracles.” For viewers familiar with her story, a study of the painting’s details could lead to a meditation on the saint’s character.", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Archer M. 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