At the current Rubens exhibition at the National Gallery there is a painting

At the current Rubens exhibition at the National Gallery there is a painting

At the current Rubens exhibition at the National Gallery there is a painting called "Murder of the Innocents" which includes a figure of a man holding up a baby. He is about to smash its head on a stone that is already covered in blood. How can that painting be beautiful?

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