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ANATOMIA SEXY
CYBER EROS - CULT ARTS

centuriespast:

Death Surprising a Young Man
Attributed to Jan Pietersz. Saenredam, Dutch, c. 1565 - 1607. After a drawing by Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch (active Haarlem), 1558 - 1617.
Published in Haarlem, Netherlands, 1592
Engraving
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

Death Surprising a Young Man

Attributed to Jan Pietersz. Saenredam, Dutch, c. 1565 - 1607. After a drawing by Hendrick Goltzius, Dutch (active Haarlem), 1558 - 1617.

Published in Haarlem, Netherlands, 1592

Engraving

Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Triumph of Death
From the series The Six Triumphs of Petrarch
Philips Galle, Flemish, 1537 - 1612. After Maarten van Heemskerck, Netherlandish (active Haarlem and Rome), 1498 - 1574.
Published in Haarlem, Netherlands, c. 1565
Engraving
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Triumph of Death

From the series The Six Triumphs of Petrarch

Philips Galle, Flemish, 1537 - 1612. After Maarten van Heemskerck, Netherlandish (active Haarlem and Rome), 1498 - 1574.

Published in Haarlem, Netherlands, c. 1565

Engraving

Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Angel Introduces Adam and Eve to Death
Christian Bernhard Rode, German, 1725 - 1797
Made in Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany, c. 1768
.Etching and drypoint
Philadelphia Museum of Art

centuriespast:

The Angel Introduces Adam and Eve to Death

Christian Bernhard Rode, German, 1725 - 1797

Made in Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany, c. 1768

.Etching and drypoint

Philadelphia Museum of Art