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A headline from this article in Popular Science Monthly, January 1932:
Leonora Carrington: And Then We Saw the Daughter of the Minotaur (1953)
A Composite Ox with a Demon Groom (Oudh, India, ca. 1810-30) (source)
Selections from Thomas Lupton’s book A Thousand Notable Things on Various Subjects: Disclosed from the Secrets of Nature and Art, Practicable, Profitable, and of Great Advantage: Set Down from Long and Curious Study and Experience (1655): The Soles of the … Continue reading
Adolph von Menzel: Rat in the Gutter (c. 1863-1883)
Curious Dreams A writer in the “Argos” says: “I remember when a boy, sleeping in a strange house, in an old-fashioned room, with an oaken store cupboard over the bed. I dreamed that I was being murdered; the assassin struck … Continue reading
William Weekes: Pigs Disturbed by a Hen; I made up the date.
Joseph Anton Koch’s frescos of Dante’s Inferno (1825-28) decorate the Sala Dante in the Casino Massimo, a Roman Villa. Several scenes from the poem are illustrated here, including Dante and Virgil’s ride on the monster Geryon (upper right) and Count … Continue reading
Yan Cong: Landscape #6 (2013)