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Hieronymus Bosch -The Fall of the Rebel Angels

Hieronymus Bosch -The Fall of the Rebel Angels

Various Pirate Flags and who flew them. From the Fortune Red machine in the Pieces of Eight gift shop outside The Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disneyland, CA.

Various Pirate Flags and who flew them. From the Fortune Red machine in the Pieces of Eight gift shop outside The Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disneyland, CA.

”The Bones of all men” (woodcut,dance of Death)

”The Bones of all men” (woodcut,dance of Death)

Woodcut by Hans Holbein the Younger from the Dance of Death, 1526

Woodcut by Hans Holbein the Younger from the Dance of Death, 1526

“The Old Woman” from Hans Holbein the Younger’s Danse Macabre (1523-26). The Dance of Death (1523–26) refashions the late-medieval allegory of the danse macabre as a reformist satire. Holbein’s series of woodcuts shows the figure of “Death” in many disguises, confronting individuals from all walks of life. None escape Death’s skeleton clutches, even the pious. MORE.

“The Old Woman” from Hans Holbein the Younger’s Danse Macabre (1523-26). The Dance of Death (1523–26) refashions the late-medieval allegory of the danse macabre as a reformist satire. Holbein’s series of woodcuts shows the figure of “Death” in many disguises, confronting individuals from all walks of life. None escape Death’s skeleton clutches, even the pious. MORE.

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erebusmoroschaos:  Richard Muller - Death Struggle (1913)

erebusmoroschaos: Richard Muller - Death Struggle (1913)

The Danse Macabre (The dance of death)

The Danse Macabre (The dance of death)

• (poveri) DIAVOLI E CORNA / c'è chi ha un corno solo, chi due, chi un paio, molti non sanno neanche di averle (o chi gliele ha messe)

• (poveri) DIAVOLI E CORNA / c'è chi ha un corno solo, chi due, chi un paio, molti non sanno neanche di averle (o chi gliele ha messe)