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Mexican painter Tomás Mondragón's Alegoría de la Muerte (Allegory of Death) from 1856

Mexican painter Tomás Mondragón's Alegoría de la Muerte (Allegory of Death) from 1856

Bunny anatomy

Bunny anatomy

Circus of the 19th century

Circus of the 19th century

“Take my life, reap my soulVanish grief and inner pain”

“Take my life, reap my soulVanish grief and inner pain”

Materialism. The older I get, the more I ask, "What's the point?"

6 Sketches With Strong Meaning of the Actual Society.

Materialism. The older I get, the more I ask, "What's the point?"

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A simple life. The egg & bird represent one's soul. The story is about one's soul maturing into a full-grown bird which resembles a Phoenix. The Phoenix symbolizes rebirth. So when your body perishes, your soul leaves the body and will be reborned. It's a little philosophical and abstract..

A simple life

A simple life. The egg & bird represent one's soul. The story is about one's soul maturing into a full-grown bird which resembles a Phoenix. The Phoenix symbolizes rebirth. So when your body perishes, your soul leaves the body and will be reborned. It's a little philosophical and abstract..

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Triumph of Death (detail), 1562. www.artexperiencenyc.com

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Triumph of Death (detail), 1562. www.artexperiencenyc.com

Some very interesting drawings by Jacek Yerka

Some very interesting drawings by Jacek Yerka

Willem van Swanenburgh, Dutch, 1581/2-1616 Death with an arrow about to strike the man down, plate four from Allegory of the Misuse of Worldly Property, after Maarten van Heemskerck, 1609 Engraving 8 1/2" x 6 1/4" Dr. and Mrs. E. William Ewers Gift for Fine Arts Fund and Vanderbilt Art Association Acquisitiion Fund Purchase 1996.204d

Willem van Swanenburgh, Dutch, 1581/2-1616 Death with an arrow about to strike the man down, plate four from Allegory of the Misuse of Worldly Property, after Maarten van Heemskerck, 1609 Engraving 8 1/2" x 6 1/4" Dr. and Mrs. E. William Ewers Gift for Fine Arts Fund and Vanderbilt Art Association Acquisitiion Fund Purchase 1996.204d

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