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Medieval Dogs at Work, Play and Church - Bestiary Dog Tiles

Medieval Dogs at Work, Play and Church - Bestiary Dog Tiles

Bestiary tiles featuring medieval dogs from illuminations and bestiaries including The Funeral of Reynard the Fox, the Harley Bestiary, De Medicina Ex Animalibus and others. Medieval dog tiles: Medieval dog treating a cat for melancholy, medieval dog playing cat bagpipes, dogs in armor, hunting dogs.

1812 Costume Parisien fashion plate

1812 Diary

Wednesday, January 1, 1812 A very fine day, but not frosty. I did not feel well all day. Mrs Hancock, her little boy and Mr P Ball calld and sat some time. I did very little work and read in the…

Christine de Lorraine et le duc de Mercoeur, détail du Bal des noces du duc de Joyeuse

Christine de Lorraine (1565-1637) - Les Derniers Valois

Portrait de Christine de Lorraine Christine est la fille de la duchesse de Lorraine Claude de France. A la mort de sa mère en 1575, elle...

Jan Breughel the Elder, The Country Wedding (detail), c. 1621-23, Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon - temporary exhibition - Northern landscape from Museo del Prado

Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon - temporary exhibition - Northern landscape from Museo del Prado - The 19th of January 2014 (morning)

The temporary exhibition now being held at Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga does include fifty seven unquestionable masterpieces by several painters who have been justly awarded full recognition as being responsible for the consolidation of landscape as an independent pictorial genre. The paintings being exhibited have been assembled in nine different groups (1 - The mountains: crossroads and travellers gatherings; 2 - Country life; 3 and 4 - Landscapes with ice and snow; 5 - The forest as a…

Fasciculus temporum Italy, Naples, ca. 1498.Cronaca della Napoli Aragonese: Scene, Marriage of Marco Coppolo and Maria Piccolomini -- In miniature of two registers, at upper left, Ferdinand I of Naples, crowned, holding scepter with right hand and globe with left hand, is seated on throne with canopy, his feet on cushion, next to his queen, Joanna of Aragon, crowned, seated on chair.

Fasciculus temporum Italy, Naples, ca. 1498.Cronaca della Napoli Aragonese: Scene, Marriage of Marco Coppolo and Maria Piccolomini -- In miniature of two registers, at upper left, Ferdinand I of Naples, crowned, holding scepter with right hand and globe with left hand, is seated on throne with canopy, his feet on cushion, next to his queen, Joanna of Aragon, crowned, seated on chair.

Francken_Hieronymus_II-ZZZ-Ball

MIDDLE AGES

In the Middle Ages the image of death is transformed into a symbol of tremendous power. "Dance of Death» (dance macabre), especially widespread in Europe in the

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Benvenuto da Imola, Romuleon, traduction en français par Sébastien Mamerot. Français 367

Benvenuto da Imola, Romuleon, traduction en français par Sébastien Mamerot. Français 367 -- -- manuscrits

Louis de Caullery - A MASKED BALL, oil on canvas

Louis deCaullery | A MASKED BALL | MutualArt

View A MASKED BALL Circle Louis deCaullery; oil on canvas; 80 by 92.5 cm.; 31 1/2 by 36 3/8 in; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

[Miniature représentant un bal au XVe siècle, devant un prince] : [dessin] | Gallica

[Miniature représentant un bal au XVe siècle, devant un prince] : [dessin]

[Miniature représentant un bal au XVe siècle, devant un prince] : [dessin] -- -- images

Designed by Hans Holbein the Younger | The Noblewoman, from The Dance of Death | The Met

Designed by Hans Holbein the Younger | The Noblewoman, from The Dance of Death | The Met

Designed by Hans Holbein the Younger | The Noblewoman, from The Dance of Death | The Met