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Scenes from the Life of Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1522 Featured Image

Scenes from the Life of Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1522

Scenes from the Life of Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1522. Previously attributed to Nicolaas Hogenberg

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Scene from Balfe's opera 'The Daughter of St. Mark', 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Scene from Balfe's opera "The Daughter of St. Mark", 1844. Creator: Unknown

Scene from Balfe's opera "The Daughter of St. Mark", 1844. Production at the Drury Lane Theatre in London. This extraordinary scene is, in the language of the libretto, a "Public Place in Nicosia", the capital of Cyprus. In the centre is an elevated stage, or scaffold, hung with black cloth, upon which stands the headsman; and an avenue of soldiers extends from thence to the front of the stage. On either side are erected superb pavilions for the King, Court, Archbishop, and Clergy. In the square formed by the soldiery, Black and Grey Penitents are kneeling. Immediately beneath the headsman stands a herald; and before him kneels the suppliant Catarina. The populace crowd on all sides, up to the extreme extent of the scene; the King conceals his face in his hands; Moncenigo stands by his side; a deep bell tolls, and muffled drums are beating'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). Artist: George Cruikshank Featured Image

Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). Artist: George Cruikshank

Queen Mary receiving the prisoners on the Tower Green, 1553 (1840). A grandniece of Henry VIII, Lady Jane Grey was proclaimed queen on Edward VI's death in 1553 in an attempt to secure a Protestant succession. Only a few days later Henry's eldest daughter, the Catholic Mary Tudor, claimed the throne. Jane was deposed and imprisoned in the Tower of London. She was executed for high treason, at the age of 16, on Tower Hill on 12th February 1554. Dudley, her husband, was executed as well. A print from The Tower of London a Historical Romance, by William Harrison Ainsworth. (London, 1840)

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Christ on the Cross, c1480
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Christ on the Cross, c1480

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