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Jardinera móvil de hormigón

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Psalm 53 (circa 1460-1470), Book of Hours, Use of Sarum, and Psalter. Flemish manuscript, British Library, Harley 3000 f. 189. A fool with his master.

Psalm 53 (circa 1460-1470), Book of Hours, Use of Sarum, and Psalter. Flemish manuscript, British Library, Harley 3000 f. 189. A fool with his master.

funny birthday card / pigeon by ModernPrintedMatter on Etsy

funny birthday card / pigeon by ModernPrintedMatter on Etsy

The seven deadly sins; a winged female figure with a human upper part of the body stands with her crane's leg on a globe; she wears a crown with peacock-feathers and is holding a chalice and a forked stick; on her wings are an ass and a wolf; Death in form of a skeleton bites into her leg; an inscription is placed above and 46 lines of verse, which explain the symbolism of the image, are to the left and r.  c.1490-1500  Woodcut with hand-colouring

The seven deadly sins; a winged female figure with a human upper part of the body stands with her crane's leg on a globe; she wears a crown with peacock-feathers and is holding a chalice and a forked stick; on her wings are an ass and a wolf; Death in form of a skeleton bites into her leg; an inscription is placed above and 46 lines of verse, which explain the symbolism of the image, are to the left and r. c.1490-1500 Woodcut with hand-colouring

The Five Senses, c.1580–90, attributed to Antoon Claeissins. (National Gallery of Canada)

The Five Senses, c.1580–90, attributed to Antoon Claeissins. (National Gallery of Canada)

Fortitudo (Fortitude) Royal 6 E VII Author: James le Palmer Origin: England, S. E. (London) Date: c. 1360- c. 1375

Fortitudo (Fortitude) Royal 6 E VII Author: James le Palmer Origin: England, S. E. (London) Date: c. 1360- c. 1375

The April Fool consigned to Infamy and Ridicule, 1 April 1801, James Gillray. (Victoria & Albert Museum)

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The April Fool consigned to Infamy and Ridicule, 1 April 1801, James Gillray. (Victoria & Albert Museum)

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