Vanitas met viool en kaars. De schedel staat voor sterfelijkheid. De kaars staat voor sterfelijkheid en verwelking: de kaars brandt, totdat hij opgaat. De viool staat voor muziek.

Vanitas met viool en kaars. De schedel staat voor sterfelijkheid. De kaars staat voor sterfelijkheid en verwelking: de kaars brandt, totdat hij opgaat. De viool staat voor muziek.

Edwaert Collier (Países Bajos, 1642-1708). Vanitas, natura morta con teschio, 1663 (detail).

Edwaert Collier (Países Bajos, 1642-1708). Vanitas, natura morta con teschio, 1663 (detail).

New narrative still life paintings and drawings by graphic artist David Cahill. Check out more images at his portfolio website crunchypencil.com

New narrative still life paintings and drawings by graphic artist David Cahill. Check out more images at his portfolio website crunchypencil.com

( OPC-I really like this photo because it looks old and also because all of the butterflies on the outside of the glass adds some little bits of detailed colour. )

( OPC-I really like this photo because it looks old and also because all of the butterflies on the outside of the glass adds some little bits of detailed colour. )

I would love to do this with the real moths and a skull under glass.

Seríiiiiissimo meninas! Estas makes que selecionamos para o Carnaval estão MUITO bacanas, vale super a pena dar uma olhada em todas, porque tem várias ideias interessantes mesmo. Principalmente par…

VANITAS (1543) by HANS HOLBEIN the Younger (Artist. German Northern Renaissance Painter

Vanitas, 1543

VANITAS (1543) by HANS HOLBEIN the Younger (Artist. German Northern Renaissance Painter

*memento.mori*-the phrase possibly originated in ancient Rome: A general parading through the streets during a victory triumph, had following behind him a slave, tasked with reminding him that, victory is fleeting - conveying this with the warning, "Memento mori" ...or... "Respice post te! Hominem te esse memento! Memento mori!": "Look behind you! Remember that you are but a man! Remember that you'll die!"[Tertullian/Apologeticus]

*memento.mori*-the phrase possibly originated in ancient Rome: A general parading through the streets during a victory triumph, had following behind him a slave, tasked with reminding him that, victory is fleeting - conveying this with the warning, "Memento mori" ...or... "Respice post te! Hominem te esse memento! Memento mori!": "Look behind you! Remember that you are but a man! Remember that you'll die!"[Tertullian/Apologeticus]

Combinação lindas em tons terrosos. Look Parisiense

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Combinação lindas em tons terrosos. Look Parisiense

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