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"Descent of Christ into Limbo" is a painting by Spanish Renaissance artist Bartolomé Bermejo. It depicts the scene from the New Testament in which Christ descends into the underworld to proclaim victory over death and release the souls of the righteous from Limbo.
This fine art print of Saint Anthony Tormented by Demon was painted by Sano di Pietro in 1440. High quality reproduction makes this piece a perfect addition to any home, office, or gallery wall. Enjoy the stunning detail and clarity of this timeless masterpiece.
This 15th century painting by Hans Memling is a beautiful representation of Christ in the arms of the Virgin Mary. "The Man of Sorrows" is an iconic symbol of redemption and faith, sure to bring peace and comfort to your home.

15th Century

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The Fall of the Titans is an oil painting of the Titanomachy by the Dutch painter Cornelis van Haarlem in 1588–1590. The work is in the collection of the Statens Museum (the national art gallery) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Fall of the Titans is an oil painting of the Titanomachy by the Dutch painter Cornelis van Haarlem in 1588–1590. The work is in the collection of the Statens Museum (the national art gallery) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
"Inferno" is a 16th century painting by the Flemish artist Herri met de Bles, a follower of the well known Hieronymus Bosch. It is a triptych depicting a surreal, fantastical version of Hell, full of twisted and contorted figures suffering the punishments of the damned. The central panel shows the depths of Hell as a chaotic and unsettling landscape, with demons tormenting and tormenting the souls of the damned.

16th Century

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The painting "Satan Summoning His Legions" by Thomas Lawrence, dating from around 1797, is a powerful depiction of Satan as described in John Milton's "Paradise Lost." The image captures Satan in a moment of rallying his fallen followers, with a muscular and commanding presence.
"The Lonely Walk" by Hubert Robert, created around 1777, depicts a serene yet sombre scene. A solitary figure, clothed in period attire, stands in a dense, overgrown forest.
"Vesuvius from Posillipo" is a painting by Joseph Wright of Derby, created in the late 18th century. The painting depicts the view of Mount Vesuvius, the active volcano near Naples, Italy, as seen from the nearby coastal town of Posillipo.

18th Century

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The painting "Tragedy" by Pablo Picasso, circa 1903, is an exemplar of his Blue Period, where he primarily used monochromatic shades of blue and blue-green. Here, three figures are depicted against a seashore backdrop.
The painting "Death as General" by Edgar Bundy, created around 1911, portrays a skeletal figure clad in a general's attire, riding a dark horse. The figure, representing Death, dons a broad-brimmed hat and a long, flowing cape.
"Inferno" by Franz von Stuck, created around 1908, is a striking depiction of hellish torment and despair. The artwork features a group of figures in various poses of suffering and anguish against a backdrop of fiery red flames. The central figure appears to be looking out at the viewer with a haunting, wide-eyed expression, possibly signifying the horror and eternal pain of the damned.

20th Century

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"The Unequal Marriage" by Vasily Pukirev, created circa 1862, depicts a striking social commentary on the issue of arranged marriages in 19th-century Russian society. The focal point is a wedding ceremony where a young, forlorn bride is marrying an older, affluent, but indifferent groom.
"The Mocking of Christ" by Carl Bloch, created around 1880, is a profound representation of a biblical scene. It portrays Jesus Christ, crowned with thorns and bearing a solemn expression, signifying his suffering and stoicism amidst mockery.
"Lightning Struck a Flock of Witches" by William Holbrook Beard, dating from the 19th century, presents a dramatic and chaotic scene. It depicts a group of witches caught in a tempestuous moment, struck by a bolt of lightning.

19th Century

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"Saturn Devouring His Son," by Peter Paul Rubens, depicts the mythological event where Saturn, fearing that he would be overthrown by one of his children, eats each one upon their birth. The artwork is a dramatic and dark representation of this tale from Roman mythology.
"Temptation of Saint Anthony" by Claude Lorrain, painted in 1638, portrays the story of Saint Anthony the Great, one of the earliest monks and often cited as the father of monasticism. In this depiction, the saint is shown in a moment of contemplative prayer or possibly confronting temptation, a recurring theme in art that illustrates his trials.
The painting "Two Satyrs" by Peter Paul Rubens, created around 1618, depicts a pair of satyrs in a moment of revelry. Satyrs, in classical mythology, are companions of Dionysus, the god of wine, and are often represented with features such as pointed ears and small horns, showcasing their mischievous and hedonistic nature.

17th century

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"Saturn Devouring His Son," by Peter Paul Rubens, depicts the mythological event where Saturn, fearing that he would be overthrown by one of his children, eats each one upon their birth. The artwork is a dramatic and dark representation of this tale from Roman mythology. Francisco Goya, Peter Paul Rubens, Jackson Pollock, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Art, Pedro Pablo Rubens, Musée Du Prado, Creepy Paintings, Rubens Paintings
Saturn Devouring His Son | Peter Paul Rubens | 1636
"Saturn Devouring His Son," by Peter Paul Rubens, depicts the mythological event where Saturn, fearing that he would be overthrown by one of his children, eats each one upon their birth. The artwork is a dramatic and dark representation of this tale from Roman mythology.
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"The Unequal Marriage" by Vasily Pukirev, created circa 1862, depicts a striking social commentary on the issue of arranged marriages in 19th-century Russian society. The focal point is a wedding ceremony where a young, forlorn bride is marrying an older, affluent, but indifferent groom. Russian Painting, Russian Art, Classic Paintings, Old Paintings, Saint Jean Paul Ii, Rennaissance Art, Art Ancien, Arranged Marriage, Historical Art
The Unequal Marriage | Vasily Pukirev | 1862
"The Unequal Marriage" by Vasily Pukirev, created circa 1862, depicts a striking social commentary on the issue of arranged marriages in 19th-century Russian society. The focal point is a wedding ceremony where a young, forlorn bride is marrying an older, affluent, but indifferent groom.
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"The Mocking of Christ" by Carl Bloch, created around 1880, is a profound representation of a biblical scene. It portrays Jesus Christ, crowned with thorns and bearing a solemn expression, signifying his suffering and stoicism amidst mockery. Caravaggio, Catholic Art, Religious Art, Lotta Film, Photos Chrétiens, Images Du Christ, Jesus Christ Painting, Life Of Christ, Christian Artwork
The Mocking of Christ | Carl Bloch | 1880
"The Mocking of Christ" by Carl Bloch, created around 1880, is a profound representation of a biblical scene. It portrays Jesus Christ, crowned with thorns and bearing a solemn expression, signifying his suffering and stoicism amidst mockery.
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"Lightning Struck a Flock of Witches" by William Holbrook Beard, dating from the 19th century, presents a dramatic and chaotic scene. It depicts a group of witches caught in a tempestuous moment, struck by a bolt of lightning. Posters Art Prints, Framed Art Prints, Poster Art, Artwork Prints, Witch Painting, Wiccan Art, Painting Medium, Lightning Strikes, American Artists
Lightning Struck a Flock of Witches | William Holbrook Beard | 19th Century
"Lightning Struck a Flock of Witches" by William Holbrook Beard, dating from the 19th century, presents a dramatic and chaotic scene. It depicts a group of witches caught in a tempestuous moment, struck by a bolt of lightning.
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The painting "Tragedy" by Pablo Picasso, circa 1903, is an exemplar of his Blue Period, where he primarily used monochromatic shades of blue and blue-green. Here, three figures are depicted against a seashore backdrop. Kunst Picasso, Art Picasso, Picasso Paintings, National Gallery Of Art, Henri Rousseau, Henri Matisse, Cubist Movement, Kunst Online, Spanish Painters
Tragedy | Pablo Picasso | 1903
The painting "Tragedy" by Pablo Picasso, circa 1903, is an exemplar of his Blue Period, where he primarily used monochromatic shades of blue and blue-green. Here, three figures are depicted against a seashore backdrop.
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"The Enchanted Flute Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, dating back to around 1815, is a stage design for Mozart's famous opera "The Magic Flute." Schinkel's work is characterized by a vast, starry night sky that converges in a central vanishing point, creating a profound sense of depth. Romantic Images, Romantic Art, Stage Design, Set Design, A4 Poster, Poster Prints, Amadeus Mozart, The Magic Flute, Caspar David Friedrich
The Enchanted Flute Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Karl Friedrich Schinkel | 1815
"The Enchanted Flute Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, dating back to around 1815, is a stage design for Mozart's famous opera "The Magic Flute." Schinkel's work is characterized by a vast, starry night sky that converges in a central vanishing point, creating a profound sense of depth.
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The painting "Ocean at Night with Burning Ship" by Marcus Larson, from the 19th century, depicts a dramatic maritime disaster. It shows a ship engulfed in flames amidst turbulent ocean waves, under a tumultuous night sky filled with dark, billowing clouds. Framed Canvas Art, Canvas Art Prints, Oil On Canvas, Framed Prints, Nocturne, Heavy Metal, Black Metal, Ocean At Night, Night Sea
Ocean at Night with Burning Ship | Marcus Larson | 19th Century
The painting "Ocean at Night with Burning Ship" by Marcus Larson, from the 19th century, depicts a dramatic maritime disaster. It shows a ship engulfed in flames amidst turbulent ocean waves, under a tumultuous night sky filled with dark, billowing clouds.
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"Winter Night" by Adolf Kosárek, created around 1857, presents a serene and atmospheric winter landscape under the glow of a full moon. The composition is centered on a snow-covered village with warmly lit windows that offer a sense of refuge against the cold night. Dark Winter, Winter Night, Cold Night, Winter Time, Night Landscape, Winter Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes
Winter Night | Adolf Kosárek | 1857
"Winter Night" by Adolf Kosárek, created around 1857, presents a serene and atmospheric winter landscape under the glow of a full moon. The composition is centered on a snow-covered village with warmly lit windows that offer a sense of refuge against the cold night.
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The painting "Death as General" by Edgar Bundy, created around 1911, portrays a skeletal figure clad in a general's attire, riding a dark horse. The figure, representing Death, dons a broad-brimmed hat and a long, flowing cape. Art Prints Online, Fine Art Prints, Gothic, Wellcome Collection, Art Collection, Creepy Pictures, Moyen Age, Dark Horse, Edgar
Death as General | Edgar Bundy | 1911
The painting "Death as General" by Edgar Bundy, created around 1911, portrays a skeletal figure clad in a general's attire, riding a dark horse. The figure, representing Death, dons a broad-brimmed hat and a long, flowing cape.
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"Inferno" by Franz von Stuck, created around 1908, is a striking depiction of hellish torment and despair. The artwork features a group of figures in various poses of suffering and anguish against a backdrop of fiery red flames. The central figure appears to be looking out at the viewer with a haunting, wide-eyed expression, possibly signifying the horror and eternal pain of the damned. Munich, World's Columbian Exposition, Ancient Mythology, Josef Albers, European Paintings, Arte Horror, Animation, Fantasy, Metropolitan Museum Of Art
Inferno | Franz von Stuck | 1908
"Inferno" by Franz von Stuck, created around 1908, is a striking depiction of hellish torment and despair. The artwork features a group of figures in various poses of suffering and anguish against a backdrop of fiery red flames. The central figure appears to be looking out at the viewer with a haunting, wide-eyed expression, possibly signifying the horror and eternal pain of the damned.
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The painting "Dante and Virgil in the Ninth Circle of Hell" by Gustave Doré, created around 1861, is a powerful visual interpretation of a scene from Dante Alighieri's "Inferno," part of his epic poem "The Divine Comedy." The scene is set in the ninth and final circle of Hell, where traitors are punished. Dante Alighieri, William Adolphe Bouguereau, Albert Bierstadt, Gustave Dore, August Sander, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frederic Remington
Dante and Virgil in the Ninth Circle of Hell | Gustave Doré | 1861
The painting "Dante and Virgil in the Ninth Circle of Hell" by Gustave Doré, created around 1861, is a powerful visual interpretation of a scene from Dante Alighieri's "Inferno," part of his epic poem "The Divine Comedy." The scene is set in the ninth and final circle of Hell, where traitors are punished.
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The painting "Full Moon Over Santa Maria Salute Venice" by Karl Heilmayer, from the 19th century, captures a nocturnal scene of Venice. It features the grand silhouette of the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute set against a luminous full moon that bathes the scene in a soft, ethereal light. Santa Maria, Fantasy Aesthetic, Aesthetic Art, Arte Peculiar, Moonlight Painting, Royal Academy Of Arts, Nightscape, Artist Life, Aesthetic Painting
Full Moon Over Santa Maria Salute Venice | Karl Heilmayer | 19th Century
The painting "Full Moon Over Santa Maria Salute Venice" by Karl Heilmayer, from the 19th century, captures a nocturnal scene of Venice. It features the grand silhouette of the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute set against a luminous full moon that bathes the scene in a soft, ethereal light.
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"Shinobazu Pond at Night" by Kawase Hasui, created around 1932, is a vivid depiction of a tranquil evening scene. The artwork features Shinobazu Pond, a body of water in Ueno, Tokyo, known for its beauty and serenity. The composition is dominated by dark silhouettes of trees in the foreground, framing the view of the pond and the illuminated cityscape in the background. Sale Poster, Kumamoto Castle, Studio Ghibli Background, Landscape Illustration, Landscape Art
Shinobazu Pond at Night | Kawase Hasui | 1932
"Shinobazu Pond at Night" by Kawase Hasui, created around 1932, is a vivid depiction of a tranquil evening scene. The artwork features Shinobazu Pond, a body of water in Ueno, Tokyo, known for its beauty and serenity. The composition is dominated by dark silhouettes of trees in the foreground, framing the view of the pond and the illuminated cityscape in the background.
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The painting "Ship in the Night" by James Gale Tyler, dating from around 1870, depicts a sailing vessel as it navigates through the sea at night. The ship is seen with its sails fully deployed, capturing the brisk wind, which suggests movement through the water. The artist has illuminated the scene with a striking use of light and shadow, highlighting the ship's details and the ocean's swell. Nautical Canvas, Nautical Painting, Nautical Art, Maritime Artist, Old Sailing Ships, Ship Paintings, Night Art, Night Time, Boat Plans
Ship in the Night | James Gale Tyler | 1870
The painting "Ship in the Night" by James Gale Tyler, dating from around 1870, depicts a sailing vessel as it navigates through the sea at night. The ship is seen with its sails fully deployed, capturing the brisk wind, which suggests movement through the water. The artist has illuminated the scene with a striking use of light and shadow, highlighting the ship's details and the ocean's swell.
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"The Eruption of Vesuvius by Night" by Henry Pether, created in the 19th century, captures the dramatic and tumultuous event of a volcanic eruption at night. The central focus is Mount Vesuvius, depicted in the throes of an explosive eruption, with bright lava flows and a plume of glowing ash and smoke ascending into the night sky. Naples, Oil Painting Gallery, Vintage Artwork, Night Skies
The Eruption of Vesuvius by Night | Henry Pether | 19th Century
"The Eruption of Vesuvius by Night" by Henry Pether, created in the 19th century, captures the dramatic and tumultuous event of a volcanic eruption at night. The central focus is Mount Vesuvius, depicted in the throes of an explosive eruption, with bright lava flows and a plume of glowing ash and smoke ascending into the night sky.
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The artwork "Night Scene at Sumida River" by Kobayashi Kiyochika, created around 1930, portrays a serene nocturnal landscape along the Sumida River in Japan. The scene is characterized by a subdued colour palette, dominated by shades of blue and black, which evoke the quietude of the night. Japanese Art Modern, Japanese Prints, Sumo, River Bank, Tumblr, Night Scene, Japanese Woodblock Printing
Night Scene at Sumida River | Kobayashi Kiyochika | 1930
The artwork "Night Scene at Sumida River" by Kobayashi Kiyochika, created around 1930, portrays a serene nocturnal landscape along the Sumida River in Japan. The scene is characterized by a subdued colour palette, dominated by shades of blue and black, which evoke the quietude of the night.
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The painting "Darial Gorge" by Ivan Aivazovsky, painted circa 1862, captures the majestic and rugged beauty of the Darial Gorge located in the Caucasus Mountains. Wow Art, Art History, Seascape, Les Oeuvres
Darial Gorge | Ivan Aivazovsky | 1862
The painting "Darial Gorge" by Ivan Aivazovsky, painted circa 1862, captures the majestic and rugged beauty of the Darial Gorge located in the Caucasus Mountains.
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The painting "Satan Summoning His Legions" by Thomas Lawrence, dating from around 1797, is a powerful depiction of Satan as described in John Milton's "Paradise Lost." The image captures Satan in a moment of rallying his fallen followers, with a muscular and commanding presence. Wassily Kandinsky, Claude Monet, Lawrence Thomas, Milton Paradise Lost, Satanic Art, Dark Images, Anthropologie
Satan Summoning His Legions | Thomas Lawrence | 1797
The painting "Satan Summoning His Legions" by Thomas Lawrence, dating from around 1797, is a powerful depiction of Satan as described in John Milton's "Paradise Lost." The image captures Satan in a moment of rallying his fallen followers, with a muscular and commanding presence.
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This is a painting titled "Maiden by Moonlight" by John Atkinson Grimshaw from the 19th century. This painting features a young woman in a flowing dress, sitting contemplatively on a chair outside at night. Atkinson Grimshaw, Victorian Paintings, Academic Art, Classic Girl, Thing 1
Maiden by Moonlight | John Atkinson Grimshaw | 19th Century
This is a painting titled "Maiden by Moonlight" by John Atkinson Grimshaw from the 19th century. This painting features a young woman in a flowing dress, sitting contemplatively on a chair outside at night.
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The painting "In the Wild North" by Ivan Shishkin, created circa 1891, presents a solitary snow-covered conifer standing amidst a desolate, wintry landscape. Canvas Prints, Hunters In The Snow, Wild North, Most Beautiful Paintings, Pieter Bruegel The Elder, Picture Frame Art, Art Station
In the Wild North | Ivan Shishkin | 1891
The painting "In the Wild North" by Ivan Shishkin, created circa 1891, presents a solitary snow-covered conifer standing amidst a desolate, wintry landscape.
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This print is an illustration titled "Destruction of Leviathan" by Gustave Doré, originating from the 19th century. This work is likely to be part of the series of illustrations Doré created for the Bible. Dark Fantasy Art, Dark Art, Sea Dragon Leviathan, Leviathan Tattoo, Biblical Art, Biblical Mythology
Destruction of Leviathan | Gustave Doré | 19th Century
This print is an illustration titled "Destruction of Leviathan" by Gustave Doré, originating from the 19th century. This work is likely to be part of the series of illustrations Doré created for the Bible.
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This artwork depicts "Yew Court, Scalby" by John Atkinson Grimshaw, a painting dating back to circa 1877. This artwork is characteristic of Grimshaw's style, which often includes moody, atmospheric scenes set during the evening or night, with a particular emphasis on the interplay of light and shadow. Twilight Painting, Battle Of Ypres, James Mcneill Whistler, Flanders Field, Canvas Frame, Canvas Art
Yew Court, Scalby | John Atkinson Grimshaw | 1877
This artwork depicts "Yew Court, Scalby" by John Atkinson Grimshaw, a painting dating back to circa 1877. This artwork is characteristic of Grimshaw's style, which often includes moody, atmospheric scenes set during the evening or night, with a particular emphasis on the interplay of light and shadow.
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The painting "Reims Cathedral with a Medieval Procession" by David Roberts, from the 19th century, portrays the magnificent Reims Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, under a partly clouded sky. Reims Cathedral, Gothic Architecture, Architecture Drawing, High Quality Art Prints, Amazing Art, 19th Century
Reims Cathedral with a Medieval Procession | David Roberts | 19th Century
The painting "Reims Cathedral with a Medieval Procession" by David Roberts, from the 19th century, portrays the magnificent Reims Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, under a partly clouded sky.
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The 19th-century painting "Nun Playing a Violin" by Friedrich August von Kaulbach depicts a solemn scene of a nun seated on the floor of what appears to be a church interior, playing the violin. She is bathed in soft light that enters from an unseen source, illuminating her face and the folds of her humble garment. Violin Painting, Wall Art Prints, 19th Century Paintings, Bride Of Christ, Church Interior, Catholic Images
Nun Playing a Violin | Friedrich August von Kaulbach | 19th Century
The 19th-century painting "Nun Playing a Violin" by Friedrich August von Kaulbach depicts a solemn scene of a nun seated on the floor of what appears to be a church interior, playing the violin. She is bathed in soft light that enters from an unseen source, illuminating her face and the folds of her humble garment.
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The painting "Les Nymphes" by Luis Ricardo Falero, created in approximately 1878, depicts a group of nymphs engaging in various activities in a nocturnal, serene landscape. The scene is set by a body of water, illuminated by a subtle light that reflects off the water's surface and highlights the figures. Fantasy Setting, No Plastic, Andalusia, Sensuous, Idyllic, Granada
Les Nymphes | Luis Ricardo Falero | 1878
The painting "Les Nymphes" by Luis Ricardo Falero, created in approximately 1878, depicts a group of nymphs engaging in various activities in a nocturnal, serene landscape. The scene is set by a body of water, illuminated by a subtle light that reflects off the water's surface and highlights the figures.
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The painting "Will o' the Wisp" by Lev Lerch, dating from around 1888, captures a mystical scene where a nude female figure is depicted reaching upwards towards a glowing light in a dark, swampy landscape. Nude Painting, Woman Painting, Figure Painting, Will O The Wisp, Mythology Art, Mermaid Art
Will o the Wisp | Lev Lerch | 1888
The painting "Will o' the Wisp" by Lev Lerch, dating from around 1888, captures a mystical scene where a nude female figure is depicted reaching upwards towards a glowing light in a dark, swampy landscape.
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The painting titled "The Sorceress" by Hugues Merle, created around 1883, depicts a woman dressed in a richly detailed costume suggestive of an exotic sorceress or a figure from a mystical narrative. She holds a staff topped with a crescent moon in her left hand and a wand in her right. Birmingham Museum Of Art, Harem Girl, Witchcraft For Beginners, Athame, Hecate, Sorceress, Ancient Greece
The Sorceress | Hugues Merle | 1883
The painting titled "The Sorceress" by Hugues Merle, created around 1883, depicts a woman dressed in a richly detailed costume suggestive of an exotic sorceress or a figure from a mystical narrative. She holds a staff topped with a crescent moon in her left hand and a wand in her right.
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"Temptation of Saint Anthony" by Claude Lorrain, painted in 1638, portrays the story of Saint Anthony the Great, one of the earliest monks and often cited as the father of monasticism. In this depiction, the saint is shown in a moment of contemplative prayer or possibly confronting temptation, a recurring theme in art that illustrates his trials. Lorraine, Claude, Baroque Artworks, Baroque Painting, Anthony The Great, San Antonio Abad, Temptation Of St Anthony, Lorenzo Bernini
Temptation of Saint Anthony | Claude Lorrain | 1638
"Temptation of Saint Anthony" by Claude Lorrain, painted in 1638, portrays the story of Saint Anthony the Great, one of the earliest monks and often cited as the father of monasticism. In this depiction, the saint is shown in a moment of contemplative prayer or possibly confronting temptation, a recurring theme in art that illustrates his trials.
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"The Dreamer" by Karl Wiener, painted around 1929, delves into the world of the subconscious, typical of the art movements of the time that were fascinated with dreams and the psyche. This evocative piece portrays a solitary, somewhat androgynous figure caught in a moment of introspection or reverie. Wiener, Creatures Of The Night, Figure Poses, Queen, Cat Sitting, Reverie
The Dreamer | Karl Wiener | 1929
"The Dreamer" by Karl Wiener, painted around 1929, delves into the world of the subconscious, typical of the art movements of the time that were fascinated with dreams and the psyche. This evocative piece portrays a solitary, somewhat androgynous figure caught in a moment of introspection or reverie.
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"The Faun and the Fairies" by Daniel Maclise, painted circa 1834, is a captivating work that delves into the realm of myth and folklore. This circular composition, also known as a tondo, centers around a faun, a mythological half-human, half-goat creature from Roman mythology, often associated with forests and pastoral environments. Daniel, 19th Century Romantic, 18th Century, Fairy Paintings, Ancient Myths, Ancient Knowledge, Fairy Friends
The Faun and the Fairies | Daniel Maclise | 1834
"The Faun and the Fairies" by Daniel Maclise, painted circa 1834, is a captivating work that delves into the realm of myth and folklore. This circular composition, also known as a tondo, centers around a faun, a mythological half-human, half-goat creature from Roman mythology, often associated with forests and pastoral environments.
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