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OBI Scrapbook Blog

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The Medieval Dance of Death There's an expression "to look like Death warmed over". The similar expression in Danish is "to look like Death from Lübeck". I have always wondered what this charming Christmas-city, with its great beer and overly sweet marzipan, had done to deserve such a disparaging sobriquet. "Death from Lübeck" was a 30 meter painting, showing Death in a long chain-dance with 24 humans - painted life-size - from all classes of society, from pope to infant. The painting was destroyed during the 2nd world war and, anyway, it was only a copy since the original medieval painting from 1463 had been replaced by a new one with a new text in 1701. The painting was famous for centuries, and the burghers of Lübeck produced illustrated books loosely based on he dance of death in St. years. The dance of death was a popular and wide-spread theme in the late Middle Ages. The subject for this site is the original medieval dance of death, but I have added two sections outside this scope.

La Mort dans l'Art COSMODROMIUM The World of Dante Note: Many of these maps are viewable with a pan and zoom feature. Click the associated image to view the details. Inferno Chart Reproduced with permission of the Museo Casa di Dante. The copyright to this illustration is held by the Unione Fiorentina of the Museo Casa di Dante. Dante's Inferno Source: Lindsay McCulloch, 2000. Purgatory Chart Dante's Purgatory Source: Lindsay McCulloch, 2002. Paradise Chart Dante Map Source: Hensman, Mary. Dante Map: detail of Tuscany Source: Hensman, Mary. Map of Europe, 1300 Reproduced with permission of the Museo Casa di Dante. Map of Italy, 1300 Map of Tuscany, 1300 Detail of Florence from Madonna della Misericordia Executed by the school of Bernardo Daddi in 1342, this is the earliest known image of Florence. Dante's Florence Reproduced with permission of the Museo Casa di Dante. Model of Dante's Florence Reproduced with the permission of Museo Casa di Dante. Florence, 1470 Source: Prospect of Florence (19th copy of a 1470 engraving). Florence, 1469 Sun in Aries

image collection- Black And White Drawings To download click on the picture to get a full size image. Right click and "save to" your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This is how the original wing appeared in the patent drawing. I warped it in Photoshop so that it appears as it does below and in the final character. Here are couple of extra wings that I auditioned for the character but in the end I decided not to use them. Here is the original dress form for as it appeared on the patent drawing. Again here is how the tricycle appeared on the patent drawing but I only used the back wheels as you see below. Here is the original version of the Gibson girl but I only needed her from the neck up as pictured below. The first image is the second Zetti/Steampunk character that I posted on Sunday called Madonna Wannbe. Tomorrows character will be Mister Moustache.

ClipArt ETC: Free Educational Illustrations for Classroom Use Alphabets The Alphabets ClipArt collection offers 1,193 illustrations arranged in 43 galleries including decorative letters and numerals, complete alphabet sets, and several sign language systems. If you are looking… American History and Government The American History and Government ClipArt collection offers 2,513 illustrations arranged in 26 galleries. Ancient and Medieval History The Ancient and Medieval History ClipArt collection offers 1,456 illustrations in 18 galleries from ancient Egypt, the Middle East, Greece, Rome, and Byzantine cultures. Animals The Animals ClipArt collection offers 10,528 illustrations arranged in 96 galleries, including amphibians, birds, crustaceans, fish, insects, mammals, and reptiles. Arts and Architecture The Arts and Architecture ClipArt collection offers 6,314 illustrations in 149 galleries, including architecture, crafts design elements, drawing, heraldry, historic styles, painting, printmaking, and… Business and Industry Community Flags and Emblems Home

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