Rainy City Witches

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aging gracefully "Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes don't see as well and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. "But thes Photo Portrait, Too Faced, People Of The World, Aging Gracefully, Interesting Faces, Interesting Stories, Belle Photo, Old Women, Make Me Smile
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Still Beautiful

"Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes don't see as well and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. "But these things don't matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly, except to people who don't understand" The Velveteen Rabbit....

Primeval Adventures — scifi-fantasy-horror: by su jian Fantasy Character Design, Character Design Inspiration, Character Concept, Character Art, Concept Art, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Rpg, Fantasy Artwork, Arte Dark Souls
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180, su jian

180 by su jian on ArtStation.

Textile Tools: Medieval Images of Spinning Wheels – Dances with Wools Spinning Wool, Hand Spinning, Spinning Wheels, Lucet, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving
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Textile Tools: Medieval Images of Spinning Wheels

Woman spinning on the great or walking wheel. Luttrell Psalter, British Library, London 14th c. England The great wheel produced thread more quickly than the drop spindle, but the thread was…

Albrecht Dürer [German Northern Renaissance Painter and Engraver, The Four WitchesCopperplate Albrecht Durer, Ludwig Meidner, Renaissance Kunst, Arte Obscura, Landsknecht, Italian Artist, Old Master, Erotic Art, Witchcraft
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Sex, Drugs, and Broomsticks: The Origins of the Iconic Witch

In rifleing the closet of the ladie, they found a pipe of oyntment, wherewith she greased a staffe, upon which she ambled and galloped through thick and...

Witchcraft History from Spell Shop. A Witch Casting Spells over a Cauldron Witchcraft History, Medieval Witch, Maleficarum, Witches Cauldron, Arte Obscura, Occult Art, Demonology, Vintage Witch, Witch Art

Spirits Craft

Spirits Craft, 13 Steps for the Witch Decluttering Spell

Dansk Jävlarna Engraving Illustration, Antique Illustration, Illustration Art, Medieval Drawings, Medieval Art, Medieval Tattoo, Skateboard Deck Art, Alchemy Art, Occult Art

Dansk Jävlarna

Dansk Jävlarna

Jacques Callot - The Seven Deadly Sins, Inuidia - Envy Avaritia - Greed Luxuria - Lust Gula - Gluttony Ira - Anger Superbia - Pride Pigritia - Sloth Witchcraft Tumblr, Jacques Callot, 7 Sins, Merian, The Embrace, Occult Art, Dark Tattoo, Seven Deadly Sins, Medieval Art

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Envy: female figure with hair ending up in snakes, and with snake coiled around right arm, walking to right whilst eating an apple; with demon hovering over, and dog preceding her; on white ground. c.1618/25. Jacques Callot

Les Epistres d'OVIDE,... translatées par feu monsieur l'evesque d'Angoulesme, nommé OCTOVIEN Medieval Times, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Early Modern Period, Late Middle Ages, Dark Ages, Historical Costume
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Ovide, Héroïdes, traduction d'Octavien de Saint-Gelais

Les Epistres d'OVIDE,... translatées par feu monsieur l'evesque d'Angoulesme, nommé OCTOVIEN

Illustration from Hortus sanitatis (Mainz, of a virgin and a unicorn Rainy City, The Last Unicorn, Late Middle Ages, Medieval Art, Tapestry Weaving, Western Art, 15th Century, Natural History, Art History
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Illustration from Hortus sanitatis (Mainz, 1491) of a virgin and a unicorn

Daniel Hopfer's 'Gib Frid' - three old women beating a devil on the ground. Hopfer is believed to be the first to use the etching process in printmaking in the late Three Witches, Real Witches, Maleficarum, Art Ancien, Landsknecht, Witch Art, Old Art, 15th Century, Old Women
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The Most Frightening Witches In Art History

Some of the most terrifying supernatural imagery from centuries ago doesn't feature demons and devils. Instead, it shows us what we did to people who were accused of witchcraft. Here are some terrifying visual records of how people imagined witches — and how they killed them.

  Maleficarum, Woodcut Art, Rainy City, Ex Libris, Byzantine, Old School, Hermes, Witch, Drawings

La Religión. Cesare Ripa, Iconología (1603). - Calderón de la Barca

La Religión. Cesare Ripa, Iconología (1603).

"Maria and Child with Saint Anne" - Lucas van Leyden (an imitator of Albrecht Dürer) Renaissance, Madonna, Hanging Purses, Rainy City, Weird Art, Strange Art, Medieval Tapestry, St Anne, Classic Paintings
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Maria met kind en de heilige Anna, Lucas van Leyden, 1516 - Rijksmuseum

Maria met kind en de heilige Anna, Lucas van Leyden, 1516 - Rijksmuseum

Death with a Mirror - Memento mori card with New Year greetings (woodcut, Memento Mori, Dance Of Death, Danse Macabre, Peter Paul Rubens, Landsknecht, Arte Horror, New Year Greetings, Vanitas, Nouvel An
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Centuries Past

C.P., A memento mori with wishes for the New Year.Print...

Holbein's adaptation of the Schoen woodcut [PREVIOUS] for the Bible published by Froben in Basel in 1538 -- I often think that sometimes art history is like those Spot-the-difference puzzles for children... Here the major difference is that Holbein has made the fool compound his folly by riding his hobbyhorse backwards! [REPINNED -- so too the previous 2 -- FROM MY "HOBBYHORSES IN LATE MEDIEVAL & EARLY MODERN ART" BOARD] Spot The Difference Puzzle, Romanesque Sculpture, Rainy City, Stick Horses, Small Boy, Almost Always, The Fool, Art Boards, Art History
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Holbein's adaptation of the Schoen woodcut [PREVIOUS] for the Bible published by Froben in Basel in 1538 -- I often think that sometimes art history is like those Spot-the-difference puzzles for children... Here the major difference is that Holbein has made the fool compound his folly by riding his hobbyhorse backwards! [REPINNED -- so too the previous 2 -- FROM MY "HOBBYHORSES IN LATE MEDIEVAL & EARLY MODERN ART" BOARD]

Embroidered sleeves Spinning in Medieval France. Unwinding thread from the drop spindle and making a skein. Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris c. Renaissance, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, History Of Textile, Spinning Yarn
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'Alien' citizens in the Medieval England

'Alien' citizens in the Medieval England