Krystyna Matczuk

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A German broadside of the Danse Macabre. Nine women of different social rank from empress to fool dance with the dead. The entire economy of salvation is depicted, from the Fall, through the crucifixion, to Heaven and Hell. Twelve more traditional Dance Macabre figures, from pope and emperor down to fool, surround the central image.

A German broadside of the Danse Macabre. Nine women of different social rank from empress to fool dance with the dead. The entire economy of salvation is depicted, from the Fall, through the crucifixion, to Heaven and Hell. Twelve more traditional Dance Macabre figures, from pope and emperor down to fool, surround the central image.

Morbid Anatomy: "La Portentosa Vida de la Muerte (The Astounding Life of Death)" Joaquin Bolaños, 18th C

†The Astounding Life of Death† La Portentosa Vida de la Muerte (The Astounding Life of Death) is an .

Dance-of-death-paulus-furst-nuremberg-c1630.jpg (810×1017)

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A fragment of the dance macabre painting in the Bernardine church in Kraków

A fragment of the dance macabre painting in the Bernardine church in Kraków

Dance-of-death-wolff-18th - File:Dance-of-death-german-18th.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

Unidentified Danse Macabre Alternating rings of women and skeletons dancing around coffin; in corners are scenes of the Crucifixion, Christ in heaven, Adam and Eve, and fiery Hell;

Unknown Artist - “Danse Macabre” (Oil on wood) Germany ca. 18th century.

Wellcome Library, London The dance of death. Size: canvas 72 x 55 cm. Collection: Iconographic Collections Library reference no.: ICV No 17962 Full Bibliographic Record Link to Wellcome Library Catalogue Dance of Death