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Armand Rassenfosse, La mort est saoule / Death is Drunk (c.

Simon Fokke | De Dood, Simon Fokke, 1722 - 1784 | Een skelet zit op een muurtje waarop de beeltenis van de zondeval staat. Hij ondersteunt met de rechterhand zijn hoofd, in de andere hand houdt hij een zandloper vast. Op de voorgrond ligt een slang die in een appel bijt.

Simon Fokke | De Dood, Simon Fokke, 1722 - 1784 | Een skelet zit op een muurtje waarop de beeltenis van de zondeval staat. Hij ondersteunt met de rechterhand zijn hoofd, in de andere hand houdt hij een zandloper vast. Op de voorgrond ligt een slang die in een appel bijt.

The Masque of the Red Death by xcutHEREx.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

"And Darkness and Decay and the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all." -Edgar Allan Poe The Masque of the Red Death

Albert Besnard, Amorous Conversation (Conversation amoreuse),1913, etching in black on laid paper

Albert Besnard, Amorous Conversation (Conversation etching in black on laid paper

James McNeill Whistler | Drouet (C.L. Drouet, Sculptor) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Drouet (C. Drouet, Sculptor) by James McNeill Whistler (American, Lowell, Massachusetts London)

Monochrome, Gothic, Graphic. ANIMALITY, PLANTS, SCULLS

Selection of ink artwork realised during the last few monthes.

Stefano della Bella (Italian,1610–1664). Death walking towards the right and carrying an infant upside down, another figure of Death to right in the middleground, the mass grave of Saints-Innocents in Paris in the background, from 'Five Deaths' (Les cinq Morts). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  Bequest of Phyllis Massar, 2011 (2012.136.442.2) #Halloween

Stefano della Bella Death walking towards the right and carrying an infant upside down, another figure of Death to right in the middleground, the mass grave of Saints-Innocents in Paris in the background, from 'Five Deaths' (Les cinq Morts).

Death killing the soldier

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.

Emperor of the Grave :: Applibot, Fred Rambaud on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/rzk1O

Demonic monster moving through a war torn city, fantasy inspiration Illustrations - Fred Rambaud Concept Art

Dance from the series "The Girl and Death" (1902) by August Brömse, Aquatint, 18 x 25.3 cm. National Gallery Prague.

Dance from The Girl and Death Series, aquatint, by August Bromse, Czech painter, lithographer and etcher. Bromse studied in Prague and Berlin. The young girl dances either unaware or uncaring that death is so near. She hears his song.

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