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@ 2009-11-10 12:19:00

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Смерть. Графика. Продолжение.

Смерть. Графика.15-19 век

Engraving made by Andries Jacobsz. Stock after Jacob de Gheyn II and published by Hendrik Hondius I, Dutch, 1610-1620 (circa).

The Martyrdom of St Erasmus
Woodcut made by Anonymous, Germany, 1400-1450.

Allegory of The Transience of Life
A vaulted tomb with a decomposing skeleton wearing a tattered shroud and a snake in its moth and eye socket; above within a Gothic arch is Moses holding the Tablets of the Law with the ten commandments; with three skulls in frontal and sideways positions.

Engraving with hand colour made by Master IAM of Zwolle, Netherland, 1480-1490 (c.).

Dance of Death
Various collections

Three living and three dead kings
To the left are three kings on horseback, starting back from the three crowned skeletons to the right; in the foreground are three dogs, bones are alloted on the ground.

Engraving made by Master of the Housebook, Germany, 1470-1500.


DÜRER, Albrecht
Death of Orpheus
Pen drawing, 289 x 225 mm
Kunsthalle, Hamburg

DÜRER, Albrecht
Young Woman Attacked by Death; or, The Ravisher
c. 1494
Engraving, 114 x 102 mm
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe

DÜRER, Albrecht
Abduction of Proserpine on a Unicorn
Etching, 308 x 213 mm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

DÜRER, Albrecht
Death and the Landsknecht
British Museum, London


A Shrouded corpse, not in a coffin lowered into a grave by two male figures; a priest seen from behind at right sprinkling holy water; scene framed by an ornamental arch from which a festoon is suspended; set in an ornamental border with a blank text field below. Illustration designed for an edition of Koberger's 'Hortulus Animae'.
Print made by Hans Springinklee, Germany, c.1518.

A Wild man walks on all fours toward the right with a dead baby in his mouth
Several bodyparts of other victims are scattered on the ground; a cottage with woman and children in the left background; the Saxon shields are at the upper centre-r; with vertical fold.
Woodcut made by Lucas Cranach the Elder, Germany, 1510-1515 (c.).

A Nude woman holding a sundial, standing on a skull
Engraving made by Master MZ, Germany, 1500-1503 (c.).

"INEVITABILE FATUM" (inevitable fate)
Woodcut made for Johannes Eichmann (also known as Dryander), a German professor of anatomy, revised the works of Berengario and Mondino 'Anatomiae, hoc est, corporis humani dissectionis...', Marburg, Germany, 1537.

Owl sitting on a skull in a ruined cemetery
a sun rising or setting over a hill in right
German woodcut attributed to Hans Wechtlin, 1500-1525.
Inscription Content: Lettered at centre: 'Ich fyrcht Den Tag'.

Landscape with a child seated on a skull at centre, holding a mirror and a rose
Engraving made by Augustin Jorisz. Verburcht, and published by Hendrik Hondius I, Netherland, 1548-1560.

Herkinbald killing his nephew
The judge in bed at left, cutting the throat of the nephew seated on the ground at right.

Engraving made by Heinrich Aldegrever, Germany, 1553.

Inscription Content: Signed with monogram and dated on a tablet at lower left.
Lettered at upper left: 'Pater nepus suam mortem, filius de generas, male periret, eum obtruncavit'.

In the foreground Abel on the ground, turning towards his borther Cain above him, who is threatening him with an animal bone. In the left background Cain and Abel next to the altar, on which they are burning their sacrifices. Letterpress on verso visible. Here illustration to 'Chronica, Beschreybung und gemeyne anzeyge, Vonn aller Wellt herkommen....', Frankfurt: Christian Egenolph, 1535.

Woodcut made by Sebald Beham, Printed by Christian Egenolph in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1533.

Two mercenaries and a woman with Death in a tree
The skeletal figure of death above the soldiers pointing at an hourglass, landscape background.

Woodcut made by Urs Graf, Block cut by Hans Lützelburger, Swiss, 1524.

The Art of Dying/ Ars Moriendi
The Ars Moriendi, or "art of dying," is a body of Christian literature that provided practical guidance for the dying and those attending them. These manuals informed the dying about what to expect, and prescribed prayers, actions, and attitudes that would lead to a "good death" and salvation. The first such works appeared in Europe during the early fifteenth century, and they initiated a remarkably flexible genre of Christian writing that lasted well into the eighteenth century.
Latin artes moriendi had been printed in Germany since 1475. Subsequent translations into German, French, Dutch, Castilian, and Catalan testify to their broad acceptance in Europe in the late fifteenth century.

The Power of Death/ Allegory of Original Sin and Death
Print made by Heinrich Aldegrever
After Hans Holbein the Younger

Print made by Jacob Binck
Death killing a soldier; Death as a decomposing body standing at left; lashing out with his sword at the soldier on the ground at right.

Death dressed as a fool pursuing a couple; Death holding up an hourglass; the man at centre pushing him away from the fleeing woman, whose hand Death has grasped; from a series of seven engravings. 1562
Engraving Print made by Allaert Claesz.

Illustration to 'Sanctorum et Martyrum Christi Icones', Frankfurt: Egenolph, 1551.

Woodcut made by Hans Weiditz and Printed by Christian Egenolph in Frankfurt, Germany, 1520 (circa).

Death as a nobleman leading away a woman
Death wearing a tall hat with feathers at left; showing an hourglass to the woman whose hand he has taken; a male figure holding her other hand at r; from a series of seven engravings.

Engraving made by Allaert Claesz., Germany, 1562.

Death seated on a tomb and a young man holding a flower
Engraving made by Jan Saenredam, After Hendrik Goltzius, Dutch, 1592.

A Young child and a skeleton in a coffin holding notices on poles
Allegory of the transitoriness of life; a memento mori scene with a view through two arched windows (at left is a tree with leaves and at right a dead, leafless tree) with a vase of flowers on a ledge between them; flanking the vase is a young child and a skeleton in a coffin holding notices on poles.

Engraving made by Jacob Matham, After Karel van Mander I, Netherland, 1599.

Memento mori: a corpse, all skin and bones, lying in a landscape, a scythe in his hand; around him, putti playing music and singing, and monkeys chained up to a ball.

This Beautiful Anonymous French woodcut dated c.1580.

GOLTZIUS, Hendrick
Quis evadet?
Engraving, 212 x 153 mm

A Skull balanced against a stone block; the letters LB intertwined with the jaw
Memento Mori engraving made by Matthias Lucas Brunn, Germany, 1590-1610.


Vanitas with Death and a maiden
A richly attired woman at her toilet-table; behind her stands Death as a female bride, holding an hour-glass; on the table is a jewellery box and a bag of coins.

Engraving made by Andries Jacobsz. Stock after Jacob de Gheyn II and published by Hendrik Hondius I, Dutch, 1610-1620 (circa).

VENNE, Adriaen Pietersz. van de
Dance of Death
Oil on canvas, 37 x 29 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

A Man Lying on his Deathbed in Formal Dress, Hands Clasped Across his Breast Holding a Prayer-book
Beautiful portrait of the beautiful deceased Albert Johann von Smirzicz.

Engraving made by Aegidius Sadeler II, Belgium, c.1618.

A Dying man
Bust-length male figure, flanked by a devil at right and a priest at l, above two angels lifting a small figure; set in an oval frame with a small figure raised by two angels at top, an angel at left and devil at right and a figure tortured by a devil and flames at bottom; from a series of six engravings of memento mori.

Engraving made by Alexander Mair, Germany, c.1605.

Martyrdom scenes with two saints ('Ioannes' and 'Paulus') decapitated in foreground next to St Bibiana, St Arthemius crushed by large stone slabs beyond, Pigmenius being thrown into the River Tiber in right background, other Christians lying dead in left background, a burning ship in far distance; letters A-E within composition indicating different scenes.

Print made by Jan van Haelbeck, Published in Paris by Jean Leclerc IV, 1600-1620.

Christ Standing on Death, Sin, and Satan
Engraving made by Crispijn de Passe the elder, England, 1623.
An emblematic image with Christ standing on Death (a human skeleton), Sin (a serpent with a human head), and Satan (a monster). He holds a triangle with a whole-length figure of James I as Defender of the Faith, surrounded by medallion portraits of his family; in the upper angle of the triangle Charles, Prince of Wales, in armour, tramples on a figure with the heads of the pope and two kings labelled 'False Universalls'; an armed man stands in each of the lower angles, one trampling on a two-headed figure representing 'Faction' and 'Bribery', the other on 'Treason', a man holding a knife and a pistol; emblems of the British nations, lion, unicorn, harp and dragon in each corner of the sheet; title-page to Thomas Scott, Vox Dei, 1623.

Teares of the Indians, or inquisition for Bloud
Frontispiece to Bartolome de las Casas, 'The Tears of the Indians: Being a True Account of the Cruel Massacres and Slaughters... Committed by the Spaniards...', translated by J.P. (London, J.C. for Nath. Brook, 1656).

Etching made by Richard Gaywood, London, England, 1656.

Parable of the rich fool
Old couple sitting at a table and counting money, with, behind them, Death personified, armed with scythe, and raising a sandglass to signify that their time has come.

Mezzotint made by Jacques Meheux, and Published by Girard Audran, Paris, France, 1660-1703.

A woman buried herself alive underneath a tombstone
The Death of Bianca Rubea; a woman seated underneath a tombstone inside a church, and pulling away the pillar that supports it.

Etching made by Jan Luyken, Holland, 1664-1712.

----------------------------Five Deaths-by Stefano della Bella------------------------

Five Deaths
Etching and engraving made by Stefano della Bella, Italy, 1645-1651.

Death carrying a child on his back
Death in centre running towards left, carrying on his back a child who is gesturing with his left hand, with the charnel house of the Holy Innocents, Paris, in background.

Etching and engraving made by Stefano della Bella, Italy, 1645-1651.

Death carrying an old man into a grave
Etching and engraving made by Stefano della Bella, Italy, 1645-1651.

Print made by Stefano della Bella

The Sixth Death; in centre, Death in profile facing left, bending over to push a young man head first into a well, with the well's cover to right; unfinished state without pyramid to right. 1664
Print made by Stefano della Bella

Print made by Stefano della Bella

Death, as a skeleton with a violin, fiddling before a middle-aged man seated at a desk covered with coins and documents; in the background, to right, seen through a door, Death visiting a younger gentleman; after Frans Francken II.

Mezzotint made by Jacob Gole, After Frans Francken I, Dutch, 1675-1724.

Drawn by Gerrit van Battem
After Hans Holbein the Younger

Drawn by Gerrit van Battem
After Hans Holbein the Younger

Portrait of Edmund Campion with a knife in his chest
Portrait of Edmund Campion, half length, cord around neck, knife in his chest, with his execution portrayed in the background.

Engraving made by Johann Martin Lerch, Germany, 1671-1680.

Man on his deathbed

Engraving made by Michael van der Gucht, After P. La Vergne, Published by W. Freeman, England, 1690-1720

Group of Figures, Including a Pope, a Cardinal, a Bishop and a King, Meeting Three Skeletons
Drawing [Pen and black ink] attributed to Lucas Cranach the Elder, Germany, 1487-1553.
From an album, bound in black leather and stamped in gold on the cover, “LVCAS TEEKENINGE 1637”, which chiefly contained drawings by Lucas van Leyden.

Fine of ours superbia, we are polve, a wind, a shadow, a smoke, a nothing
"Fine della nostra superbia, siamo polve, un vento, un ombra, un fumo, un niente".
Corpse lying on a slab with a smoking taper beside it.

Etching made by Giuseppe Maria Mitelli, Italy, 1704.


Death as Friend, 1851
Alfred Rethel

RETHEL, Alfred
Death on the Barricades

Print made by Alfred Rethel


Sin, Death and the Devil
Etching, 319 x 399 mm
New College, Oxford University, Oxford

Print made by Richard Newton

Print made by Richard Newton (biographical details | all objects)


SCHEEMAEKERS, Petrus the Elder
Memorial of the Van Delft and Keurlinckx Families
White, red and black marble

ROUBILIAC, Louis-François
Tomb of Sir Joseph and Lady Elizabeth Nightingale
Westminster Abbey, London

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