This masterwork presents 244 representations, symbols, and manuscript pages of devils and death from Ancient Egypt to 1913. Fascinating graphics depict demons, witches and warlocks, the Danse Macabre, Hell and Damnation, the Art of Dying, and more. Includes works by Dürer, Cranach, Holbein, and ... read more
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This masterwork presents 244 representations, symbols, and manuscript pages of devils and death from Ancient Egypt to 1913. Fascinating graphics depict demons, witches and warlocks, the Danse Macabre, Hell and Damnation, the Art of Dying, and more. Includes works by Dürer, Cranach, Holbein, and Rembrandt.
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