Left: Miguel Cabrera, The Virgin of the Apocalypse, 1760, oil on canvas, 352.7 x 340 cm (Museo Nacional de Arte, INBA)l right: Peter Paul Rubens, The Woman of the Apocalypse, 1623-25, oil on canvas, 554.5 x 370.5 cm (Alte Pinakothek, Munich)


Left: Miguel Cabrera, The Virgin of the Apocalypse, 1760, oil on canvas, 352.7 x 340 cm (Museo Nacional de Arte, INBA)l right: Peter Paul Rubens, The Woman of the Apocalypse, 1623-25, oil on canvas, 554.5 x 370.5 cm (Alte Pinakothek, Munich)

Left: Miguel Cabrera, The Virgin of the Apocalypse, 1760, oil on canvas, 352.7 x 340 cm (Museo Nacional de Arte, INBA)l right: Peter Paul Rubens, The Woman of the Apocalypse, 1623-25, oil on canvas, 554.5 x 370.5 cm (Alte Pinakothek, Munich)

Cite this page as: Beth Harris, "Left: Miguel Cabrera, The Virgin of the Apocalypse, 1760, oil on canvas, 352.7 x 340 cm (Museo Nacional de Arte, INBA)l right: Peter Paul Rubens, The Woman of the Apocalypse, 1623-25, oil on canvas, 554.5 x 370.5 cm (Alte Pinakothek, Munich)," in Smarthistory, August 26, 2016, accessed July 21, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/cabrera-apocalypse/rubens-cabrera/.