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Ruben and Rembrandt: Reflection and Temperament. Contrast The Elevation of the Cross by Rubens with Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son. Explain how each work reflects the artist and his temperament. How does each work mirror sociopolitical environment of each artist.

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