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1880, Island of the Dead by Arnold Böcklin - Arnold Böcklin painted five versions of Island of the Dead between 1880 and 1886. The image became one of the most beloved motifs in late nineteenth-century Germany, widely known through poor color reproductions and a freely adapted etching of the 1890s.  The Metropolitan Museum owns the second version of Island of the Dead, which was commissioned by Marie Berna when she visited Böcklin in his Florence studio in April 1880. She was struck by the…

Island of the Dead, 1880 Arnold Böcklin (Swiss, Oil on wood; 29 x 48 in. x cm) Signed (lower right, on rock): A B .

Arnold Bocklin

Syrinx fleeing from the onslaught of Pan, Arnold Bocklin

Arnold Böcklin (Suisse, 1827-1901), Quell in einer Felsschlucht (Spring in a Narrow Gorge), 1881, huile sur toile, 33 ¼ x 23 3/8 in, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Arnold Böcklin - Quell in einer Felsschlucht (Spring in a Narrow Gorge), huile sur toile, 33 ¼ x 23 in, J.

Arnold Böcklin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Böcklin Die Heimkehr 1887 - Arnold Böcklin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

L'isola dei morti (dipinto) - Arnold Bocklin - Quarta versione

Arnold Böcklin, The Isle of the Dead (Die Toteninsel) - The fourth version, 1884

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