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the element of color. This painting is "over 8 feet wide" (Sayre, 2013, p. 336). It is difficult to appreciate the amazecolor is intense, but it is also the size of the paintings and the realism. They are amazing to see! (CCN, 2016).MaryChamberlain College of Nursing. (2016). HUMN-303N Week 4: Baroque and The Enlightenment[Online lesson]. Dofrom.Sayre, H. M. (2013). Discovering the Humanities (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.(an instructor response)Rubens' WorkProfessor Norsworthy After looking at Rubens’ work that is presented in the textbook, as well as the author's explanation and analysis, wand perspective? Why or why not?RE: Rubens' WorkMary Howe Professor Norsworthy and class,The painting in the textbook is "The Kermis or Peasant Wedding" (Sayre, 2013, p. 336). His painting is pportray the dichotomy of sensual pleasure as a celebration or a "descent into debauchery" (Sayre, 2013).His other painting in the textbook is The Arrival and Reception of Marie de Medici at Marseilles. This pbodies became his signature style known as "Rubenesque". It depicts sensuality and also "the sensual lifeMarySayre, H. M. (2013). Discovering the Humanities (2nd ed.).Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.