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Fantastic Sea Carriage by Johannes van Doetecum the elder and Lucas van Doetecum after Cornelis Floris II, 1556

Pseudo Aesthetics: Photo

Fantastic Sea Carriage Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active died Artist: Lucas van Doetecum (Netherlandish, active died before Artist: after Cornelis Floris II (Netherlandish, Antwerp before .

Hayborym / Aim Goetia Demon 8 x 11 Felt Print

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Alternate Right Panel for “Circumcision of the Walled Garden” by David Chaim Smith

Jacobus de Zetter. Emblemata Nova. 1617.

Jacobus de Zetter. Emblemata Nova. 1617.

Sveta Dorsheva - The Alchemyst.

The Alchemyst (emblemata depicting stages of alchemical work) by Sveta Dorosheva, Israel

Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active 1554–ca. 1600, died 1605) Grotesque Decoration

Modern Grotesque Decoration Johannes van Doetecum the elder (Netherlandish, active died

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.

Andreas Friedrich. Emblemata Nova. 1617.

Hermaphroditisches Sonn- und Monds-Kind, das ist des Sohns deren Philosophen natürlich-übernatürliche Gebährung, Zerstöhrung und Regenerirung oder vorgestellte Theorie und Practic den Stein der Weissen zu suchen und zu machen / durch einen Lehr-Jünger der Natur, L.C.S. Mayntz : bey Joh. Friederich Krebs, 1752

The Occult Gallery

Mars from a series of The Planetary Gods and their Children. After Pencz (H.91); Mars riding a chariot drawn by dogs to left; below a landscape with murdering and plundering soldiers; from a series of the seven planetary gods with contemporary scenes illustrating activities associated with them. After: Georg Pencz Attributed to: Virgil Solis School/style: German  Date: 1530-1562 Materials: paper Technique: woodcut British Museum number: E,9.137

Image gallery: The Planetary Gods and their Children / Mars

Juxtapoz Magazine - "Edge of Time" drawing by Interesni Kazki

"Edge of Time" drawing by Interesni Kazki

How much detail can be packed into a single drawing you ask? Your answer lies in this Ink drawing on paper by the Ukrainian super duo, Interesni Kazki.

Masker van rolwerk, Frans Huys, Cornelis Floris (II), Jacques Honervogt (I), c. 1600 - c. 1650

Masker van rolwerk, Frans Huys, Cornelis Floris (II), Jacques Honervogt (I), c.

Maarten van Heemskerck, Death’s Chariot (c. 1551)

Philips Galle (after Maarten van Heemskerck), ‘Triumph of Death’, 1565

Jakob Böhme

Jakob Böhme

Mount Etna, 1637, from Athanasius Kircher’s Mundus Subterraneus, 1665. Courtesy Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford.

Mount Etna, Mundus Subterraneus (Underground World), Athanasius Kircher,

Unknown details - but it's pretty cool!

rindertjagersma

Theodoor Galle, Joan Galle, and Johan Wierix.

Death & Mysticism

Engraving from an early century title page, Michael Moon's antiquarian bookshop.

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