Death in Art

Here we present works of art relate to death...creepy!
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Edouard Manet, The Execution of Emperor Maximilian, 1868–69  Kunsthalle Mannheim

Edouard Manet, The Execution of Emperor Maximilian, Kunsthalle Mannheim

Edvard Munch, By the Death bed (Fever), 1896, Munch Museum, Oslo

Edvard Munch, By the Death bed (Fever), Munch Museum, Oslo

Edouard Manet, The Execution of Emperor Maximilian, 1867–68, National Gallery, London

Oil Painting Edouard Manet The Execution Of Maximilian Printing On Polyster Canvas 12 X 18 Inch 30 X 45 Cm the Best Living Room Artwork And Home Gallery Art And Gifts Is This Beautiful Art Decorative Canvas Prints

A woman from Rawicz,17th C./ The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!)

The Poles in century created unique coffin portraits painted on metal. They don't look very pretty but are absolutely adorable.

Elżbieta Unrug, 1659, unknown artist, Międzyrzecz Museum\ The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!)

Elżbieta Unrug, unknown artist, Międzyrzecz Museum\ The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!

Ewa Bonikowska, lived 1662-72, unknown artist, Międzyrzecz Museum /The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!)

Ewa Bonikowska, lived unknown artist, Międzyrzecz Museum /The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!

Master of the Chronique scandaleuse, Denise Poncher before a Vision of Death, about 1500, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Denise Poncher before a Vision of Death; Master of the Chronique scandaleuse (French, active about 1493 - Paris, France; about Tempera colors, ink and gold on parchment;

Ernest Meissonier, The Barricade, rue de la Mortellerie, June 1848

Ernest Meissonier, The Barricade, rue de la Mortellerie, June 1848

Przecław Bronikowski, 17th C., Międzyrzecz Museum/ The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!)

Przecław Bronikowski, C., Międzyrzecz Museum/ The Deadly Sarmatians and their coffin portraits (seriously creepy!

Jacques-Louis David, The Death of Marat, 1793, Musée Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium

Jacques-Louis David Marat assassiné 1793 “It is the height of stupidity to claim that men who for a thousand years have had the power to berate us, to fleece us and to oppress us with impunity, will.

Jacques-Louis David, The Death of Marat, 1793 Royal Museum of Fine Arts Belgium

Jacques-Louis David, The Death of Marat, 1793 Royal Museum of Fine Arts Belgium

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