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Charles Richot, Theodora', c1900

Charles Richot, Theodora', c1900

thecadaverousportrait:  Rosary, ca. 1500–1525 German Ivory, silver, partially gilded mounts Each bead of the rosary represents the bust of a...

thecadaverousportrait: Rosary, ca. 1500–1525 German Ivory, silver, partially gilded mounts Each bead of the rosary represents the bust of a...

PARTHIAN JEWELRY 3RD BCE-1ST CE  Gold necklace with semi-precious stones (1st-3rd CE) from Dailabar. Cat. 134 268  British Museum, London, Great Britain

PARTHIAN JEWELRY 3RD BCE-1ST CE Gold necklace with semi-precious stones (1st-3rd CE) from Dailabar. Cat. 134 268 British Museum, London, Great Britain

Bracelet, Syrian, 1000 BC

Bracelet, Syrian, 1000 BC

Reliquary Pendant with the Adoration of the Magi. Byzantine 10th–11th century. Silver, gold, niello. The hinged loop at the top would have been for suspension, so that the locket could have been worn or held. The locket contains a cavity, closed by a sliding pin, that probably contained relics.

Reliquary Pendant with the Adoration of the Magi. Byzantine 10th–11th century. Silver, gold, niello. The hinged loop at the top would have been for suspension, so that the locket could have been worn or held. The locket contains a cavity, closed by a sliding pin, that probably contained relics.

Vicente Carducci (1568 - 1638 ) - Le Diable - dessin

Vicente Carducci (1568 - 1638 ) - Le Diable - dessin

The giant with the flaming sword - J. C. Dollman.

The giant with the flaming sword - J. C. Dollman.

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The Peruvian Harpy, http://blog.europeana.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Harpy_Wellcome_600x.jpg

The Peruvian Harpy, http://blog.europeana.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Harpy_Wellcome_600x.jpg

woodcut sheet issued c.1536 in Geneva. I know it from the ex.cat. "Hell or Paradise. The Origins of Caricature 16th-18th Centuries" (Geneva, 2013) The text explains that it reproduces a Last Judgement painting formerly to be seen in the Domincan cloister of Plainpalais in Geneva, painted by Giacomo Jaquerio of Turin in 1401, and destroyed by Protestant iconoclasts in November 1535

woodcut sheet issued c.1536 in Geneva. I know it from the ex.cat. "Hell or Paradise. The Origins of Caricature 16th-18th Centuries" (Geneva, 2013) The text explains that it reproduces a Last Judgement painting formerly to be seen in the Domincan cloister of Plainpalais in Geneva, painted by Giacomo Jaquerio of Turin in 1401, and destroyed by Protestant iconoclasts in November 1535