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Anonimo escultura de marmol italiano Vanitas siglo XVII

Anonimo escultura de marmol italiano Vanitas siglo XVII

Italian, late 19th century, A Vanitas  I like this because its very straight forward, and to the point. You know exactly whats its trying to portray right away.  MT

Half face / skull - Italian, late century sculpture, A Vanitas

Jacques de Gheyn II

Jacques de Gheyn II (Netherlandish, Vanitas Still Life, Oil on wood, 32 x 21 in. x 54 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

"Transi de René de Chalons" by Ligier Richier, in the church of Saint Etienne in Bar-le-Duc, France.

"Transi de René de Chalons" by Ligier Richier, in the church of Saint Etienne in Bar-le-Duc, France. Wow, the things people can do with stone!

Love this one (Cemetery de  Montjuic in Barcelona)

Almost hated to put this in "Grave Beauty" but I guess it is beautiful to some. Angel of Death used to be depicted this way.later it became more common to be a kind angel helping with the transition to death. (Cemetery de Montjuic in Barcelona)

Juan de Noort - Pompa fvneral Honras y Exequias en la muerte De la muy Alta y Catolica Señora Doña Isabel de Borbon... Madrid, 1645

Juan de Noort - Pompa fvneral Honras y Exequias en la muerte De la muy Alta y Catolica Señora Doña Isabel de Borbon... Madrid, 1645

Anónimo mexicano, Retrato mortuorio de José Manuel de Cervantes y Velasco, 1805, México

Anónimo mexicano, Retrato mortuorio de José Manuel de Cervantes y Velasco, 1805, México

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