Composizione di 3 stampe su pannello serpente d'acqua, 150x50 cm

Composizione di 3 stampe su pannello serpente d'acqua, 150x50 cm

Composizione di 5 stampe su legno e carta amore e serpente d'acqua - 60x105 cm

Composizione di 5 stampe su legno e carta amore e serpente d'acqua - 60x105 cm

Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens / - Biodiversity Heritage Library/Smithsonian Libraries

Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens / - Biodiversity Heritage Library/Smithsonian Libraries

Stampa serpente

Stampa serpente

Hydra1

Hydra1

MANTEGNA, Andrea Battle of Two Sea Monsters c. 1475 Engraving Gabinetto Nazionale delle Stampe, Rome

MANTEGNA, Andrea Battle of Two Sea Monsters c. 1475 Engraving Gabinetto Nazionale delle Stampe, Rome

Shenron

Shenron

Dragons.  From: Historiae naturalis de quadrupedibus libri. Cum aeneis figuris (1657) by Joannes Jonstonus, plate.

Dragons. From: Historiae naturalis de quadrupedibus libri. Cum aeneis figuris (1657) by Joannes Jonstonus, plate.

Book of Job in Illuminated Manuscripts, Byzantine Manuscripts with Cyclic Illustration, Rome: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana.

Book of Job in Illuminated Manuscripts, Byzantine Manuscripts with Cyclic Illustration, Rome: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana.

Panel with mythological scenes, ca.1790. French, probably Lyon. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1948 (48.79.1) | The top vignette in this panel of furnishing silk shows the abduction of the Roman goddess of spring, Proserpine, by Pluto, ruler of the underworld; the bottom illustrates one of the labors of the Roman demigod Hercules- he is slaying the multi-headed Hydra, while the serpent tries to kill him with its poisonous breath. #spring

Panel with mythological scenes, ca.1790. French, probably Lyon. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1948 (48.79.1) | The top vignette in this panel of furnishing silk shows the abduction of the Roman goddess of spring, Proserpine, by Pluto, ruler of the underworld; the bottom illustrates one of the labors of the Roman demigod Hercules- he is slaying the multi-headed Hydra, while the serpent tries to kill him with its poisonous breath. #spring

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