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Barthel Beham  (German, ca. 1502–1540). Dead Child with Four Skulls, mid 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932 (32.65.16)  #skulls #Halloween

Dead Child with Four Skulls Barthel Beham (German, Nuremberg ca. Italy) Engraving, first state of three , 2 x 3 in.

Death and The Maiden - Richard Harris Art Collection. "The genre “Dance and the Maiden” has origins in Dance of the Death.  In many Dance of the Death representation,  a skeleton personifying Death is shown with a beautiful lady.  However, most cases, these are not shown as erotic.  But as time passed by,  the images became more sensual. Now, dance was not essential, but  instead there was intense, intimate and sometimes erotic relationship between the skeletal death and the maiden."

The genre "Dance and the Maiden" has origins in Dance of the Death. In many Dance of the Death representation, a skeleton personifying Death is shown with a beautiful lady.

Cupids, Loves, Angels - Children

Jacques Gabriel Huquier (French, Two Cupids, One with Bat Wings. After François Boucher (French, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Elisha Whittelsey Collection

"Bottoms Up" by Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau

Bottoms Up

The Three Dead. Horae [Galiot de Genouillac], c. 16th century [early], Latin MS 38, f.95r, The University of Manchester Library.

* The Three Dead. Horae [Galiot de Genouillac], c. century [early], Latin MS The University of Manchester Library.

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