Diversity - Poem by gershon hepner
By collaborating, Breughel, Rubens found
a way to celebrate the world’s diversity,
which is so prolific and profound
few preachers teach it at the university.
Inspired by an exhibition at the Getty Museum of the collaborative works of Jan Breughel the Younger and Peter Paul Rubens. Breughel was about nine years older than Rubens but the two men were able to produce works in collaboration with one another which they could never have produced by themselves.
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