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Tag Archives: Oxen
A Composite Ox with a Demon Groom (Oudh, India, ca. 1810-30) (source)
Pages from a letter from Vincent van Gogh to his brother Theo, 28 October 1883: to cause despondency for six months, until one eventually sees after all that one shouldn’t have let oneself be disoriented. There are two people whose intense … Continue reading
Martin Schongauer: Ox (possibly with book) ~ symbol of St. Luke (1470-1490) In Christian iconography, the winged ox is the symbol of the evangelist Luke—traditionally seen as the animal of sacrifice and therefore linked to the sacrifice of Jesus himself.