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'The Tree Of Death: The Sinner' - lithograph, ca. 1845. Lithograph by Nathaniel Currier, published by Currier & Ives, New York, between 1835 and 1855.

'The Tree Of Death: The Sinner' - lithograph, ca. Devil watering tree of sins and skeleton about to chop it down. Lithograph by Nathaniel Currier, published by Currier & Ives, New York, between 1835 and Sooner or later god´s gonna cut you down

Alchemical symbols

Symbols of the alchemists, from The Philosophy of Natural Magic, by Henry Cornelius Agrippa, L. de Laurence ed. I think I'd get something like day and night

First Snow, lincout print by William H. Hays

Eightcolor linocut print of a cawing crow flying by williamhays at Etsy

Andrea Lauren (@inkprintrepeat) | It has been a busy few days but I am happy to be stepping away from the computer and carving this dala horse design this morning!  Really enjoying these folk themes! | Intagme - The Best Instagram Widget

2 layer horse ink print -- Andrea Lauren ( "I am happy to be stepping away from the computer and carving this dala horse design this morning! Really enjoying these folk themes!

moon queen with her creepy little court

Venturous Vegetables at the Frolic Grounds, story and illustrations by T. Benjamin Faucett (New York,A.

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Alchemy: Woodcut from Theosophical view for by Leonhardt Thurneysser zum Thurn, An Alchemy artwork.

8 x 11 Black Felt with screen printed image of Hayborym on front and sigil on back in red. From "Dictionaire Infernal" Haborym (aka Aym) is a fire demon and a duke of hell, who commands 26 legions. He

Hayborym / Aim Goetia Demon 8 x 11 Felt Print

8 x 11 Black Felt with screen printed image of Hayborym on front and sigil on back in red. From "Dictionaire Infernal" Haborym (aka Aym) is a fire demon and a duke of hell, who commands 26 legions. He

A female skeleton offers a flower to a male skeleton, in a pardoy of the sacrament of matrimony. From the 1490s Dance of Death sequence on the rood screen at Sparham in Norfolk

A female skeleton offers a flower to a male skeleton, in a pardoy of the sacrament of matrimony. Dated from this image features in the Dance of Death sequence on the rood screen at Sparham in Norfolk.

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