Jan Sadeler I after Dirck Barendsz


From series The Four Last Things
Hell. A demon carrying three people on his back at centre, and leading them towards a female figure with sagging breasts and a skull, other people being dragged towards flaming fire at left. 1575-1600


Gerhard Altzenbach (-1672)

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A skeleton as a fashionably dressed woman, before 1673

Albrecht Dürer


The Beast with Seven Heads and the Beast with Lamb’s Horns

Anonymous, Italian, 16th century


Naked woman (Leda) and swan (Zeus) embrace on a river bank; two figures jump into the water at middle ground; a town and bridge in the background.

Possibly work of Agostino Veneziano or Domenico Campagnola (source: The Met).

Albrecht Dürer


The Four Witches (Four Naked Women), 1497

Gustave Doré


For The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, illustrated by Gustave Doré, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1866

Hieronymus Cock (1510-1570) after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1525-1569)


St. James and the Magician Hermogenes, 1565