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Gian Jacopo Caraglio, Heracles Battle of the Centaurs

Claude Mellan | Angel with a Banderole | The Met

Angel with a Banderole Claude Mellan (French, Abbeville Paris) Medium: Etching;

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A witch riding backwards on a goat, with four putti, two carrying an alchemist's pot, a thorn apple plant. Print made by Albrecht Dürer

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Hendrick Goltzius After Raphael Triumph of Galatea; Galatea drives across the water in her chariot of a shell drawn by two dolphins, surrounded by Tritons and Nereids, after Raphael.

Illustration to Milton`s On the Morning of Christ`s Nativity - William Blake

Illustration to Milton`s On the Morning of Christ`s Nativity, 1815 - William Blake

For Better - Or What?: Do You Look Good Naked?

For Better - Or What?: Do You Look Good Naked?

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Alice and the Mock Turtle, illustration from 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', 1907 by Rackham

Atelier d'Adamo Scultori (vers 1530-vers 1585) (?), Ignudo de la chapelle Sixtine d'après Michel-Ange, Italie, vers 1550-1585. HENNEZEL 917.a. Origine inconnue, acquis avant 1900 © Musée des Arts décoratifs de Lyon, Pierre Verrier

Atelier d'Adamo Scultori (vers 1530-vers 1585) (?), Ignudo de la chapelle Sixtine d'après Michel-Ange, Italie, vers 1550-1585. HENNEZEL 917.a. Origine inconnue, acquis avant 1900 © Musée des Arts décoratifs de Lyon, Pierre Verrier

Campaign of Emperor Charles V 1500-58 against the Turks at Tunis in 1535 the Capture of Goletta, detail of a foot soldier holding a disembodied head, cartoon for a tapestry by Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen

Campaign of Emperor Charles V against the Turks at Tunis in 1535 the Capture of Goletta, detail of a foot soldier holding a disembodied head, cartoon for a tapestry by Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen

Illustration to Milton`s On the Morning of Christ`s Nativity - William Blake

Illustration to Milton`s On the Morning of Christ`s Nativity - William Blake

Satan, Sin, and Death ~ by William Blake…

Illustrations to Milton's "Paradise Lost", object 2 (Butlin "Satan, Sin, and Death: Satan Comes to the Gates of Hell"

Satan Addressing his Potentates - William Blake

Satan Addressing his Potentates by English artist William Blake displayed at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, England.

Half-figure feeding a Griffin, fantasy style motifs from the Domus Aurea, Rome (detail of engraving made in 1776).

half-figure feeding a griffin, fantasy style motifs from the domus aurea, rome (detail of engraving made in

Swanhild walks the seas. From “Eric Brighteyes” (1891) illustrated by Lancelot Speed

Swanhild walks the seas. From “Eric Brighteyes” illustrated by Lancelot Speed

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