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Jheronimus Bosch, Altarpiece of the afterlife Visions. Credit © Picture Galleries of the Academy, "permission of the Ministry of goods and cultural activities and tourism. National Museum of the Accademia Galleries of Venice "

Jheronimus Bosch, Altarpiece of the afterlife Visions. Credit © Picture Galleries of the Academy, "permission of the Ministry of goods and cultural activities and tourism. National Museum of the Accademia Galleries of Venice "

Scene from “Matsukaze,” the opera by the Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa that is based on a play by the 15th-century Noh master Zeami. In it sister spirits are haunted by the loss of their love.

‘Matsukaze,’ Opera by the Japanese Composer Toshio Hosokawa

Scene from “Matsukaze,” the opera by the Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa that is based on a play by the 15th-century Noh master Zeami. In it sister spirits are haunted by the loss of their love.

koeln_ar01015b | Flickr - Photo Sharing!. Anonymous ca. 1500. Proto Cranach dress

koeln_ar01015b | Flickr - Photo Sharing!. Anonymous ca. 1500. Proto Cranach dress

Гастон IV де Грайи или де Фуа (фр.Gaston de Grailly (de Foix);26. 02.1423-25.07.1472,Ронсеваль)  граф де Фуа и де Бигорр,виконт де Беарн с 1436,виконт де Кастельбон 1425-1462,виконт де Нарбонн 1447-1468,пэр Франции с 1458,сын Жана I де Грайи,графа де Фуа,и Жанны д’Альбре,дочери Карла I д’Альбре,гасконский военачальник на службе короля Франции во вр.Столетней войны.

Гастон IV де Грайи или де Фуа (фр.Gaston de Grailly (de Foix);26. 02.1423-25.07.1472,Ронсеваль) граф де Фуа и де Бигорр,виконт де Беарн с 1436,виконт де Кастельбон 1425-1462,виконт де Нарбонн 1447-1468,пэр Франции с 1458,сын Жана I де Грайи,графа де Фуа,и Жанны д’Альбре,дочери Карла I д’Альбре,гасконский военачальник на службе короля Франции во вр.Столетней войны.

Hellfire Club was a name for several exclusive clubs for high society rakes established in Britain and Ireland in the 18th century. The name is most commonly used to refer to Sir Francis Dashwood's Order of the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe.[1] Such clubs were rumoured to be the meeting places of "persons of quality"[2] who wished to take part in socially perceived immoral acts, and the members were often involved in politics.

Hellfire Club was a name for several exclusive clubs for high society rakes established in Britain and Ireland in the 18th century. The name is most commonly used to refer to Sir Francis Dashwood's Order of the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe.[1] Such clubs were rumoured to be the meeting places of "persons of quality"[2] who wished to take part in socially perceived immoral acts, and the members were often involved in politics.

Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia), Italian (active Siena), first securely documented 1411, died 1482 -- Saint Nicholas of Tolentino Saving a Ship

Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia), Italian (active Siena), first securely documented 1411, died 1482 -- Saint Nicholas of Tolentino Saving a Ship

X-ray image of Jan Miense Molenaer’s The Dentist (detail), 1629, before using Platypus to remove cradling.

X-ray image of Jan Miense Molenaer’s The Dentist (detail), 1629, before using Platypus to remove cradling.

Portrait of Master Thomas Bissland 1809 ~ Henry Raeburn ~ (Scottish : 1756–1823)

Portrait of Master Thomas Bissland 1809 ~ Henry Raeburn ~ (Scottish : 1756–1823)

Netherlandish - Portrait of a Girl with a Parrot c. 1640 (Detail)

Netherlandish - Portrait of a Girl with a Parrot c. 1640 (Detail)

O Starym Mieście Elblągu słów kilka: Patynki

O Starym Mieście Elblągu słów kilka: Patynki

St John the Baptist. 2nd half of the 17th c. Emmanuel Lampardos. Museo Civico Correr, Venice.

St John the Baptist. 2nd half of the 17th c. Emmanuel Lampardos. Museo Civico Correr, Venice.

herzogin von bayern | Herzogin Kunigunde von Bayern

herzogin von bayern | Herzogin Kunigunde von Bayern

Abraham van Cuylenborch (Dutch, 1610 - 1658), A grotto with travelers and a sculpture of Bacchus

Abraham van Cuylenborch (Dutch, 1610 - 1658), A grotto with travelers and a sculpture of Bacchus