Still Life with a Skull by Philippe de Champaigne, 1671. The three essentials of existence: life, death, and time.

Memento Mori Art

Philippe de Champaigne - Vanitas Still Life with a Tulip, Skull and Hour-Glass - Fine Art Reproduction, individual art card

Vanitas with owl, Anonymous, 17th century

vanité à la chouette (artist unknown) at the musée des beaux-arts de dijon

Herman Henstenburgh, Vanitas, c. 1700  Vanitas: The Latin word means "vanity" and loosely translated corresponds to the meaninglessness of earthly life and the transient nature of all earthly goods and pursuits.

Herman Henstenburgh, Vanitas, c. 1700 Vanitas: The Latin word means "vanity" and loosely translated corresponds to the meaninglessness of earthly life and the transient nature of all earthly goods and pursuits.

Vanitas vanitatum, omnia vanitas. (Vanity of vanities, all is vanity) Guido Mocafico, 2007

from the vanitas series by Guido Mocafico (b. an Italian-Swiss photographer living in France.

Simon Renard de Saint-Andre - Vanitas

Collected Maxims and Other Reflections (Oxford World's Classics) Author : Francois de La Rochefoucauld

THE HANGOVER PART II found object sculpture and still life photograph by Cheech Sanchez 2014 #stilllife still life #vanitas Vanitas #skull Skull

THE HANGOVER PART I found object sculpture and still life photograph by Cheech Sanchez 2014 still life Vanitas Skull

Edwaert Collier (Países Bajos, 1642-1708). Vanitas, natura morta con teschio, 1663 (detail).

Vanitas - Still Life with Books and Manuscripts and a Skull by Edwaert Collier c. 1643 - 1710 via The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

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