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Background imageFright Collection: Deux meres ( Two Mothers ), 1888. Artist: Leon-Maxime Faivre

Deux meres ( Two Mothers ), 1888. Artist: Leon-Maxime Faivre
Deux meres ( Two Mothers ), 1888. From the Musee d Orsay, Paris

Background imageFright Collection: The Featherd Fair in a Fright, 18th century

The Featherd Fair in a Fright, 18th century. Women with elaborate feathered hairdos flee from angry ostriches who want their feathers back

Background imageFright Collection: Terrour (sic) or Fright, after 1698. Creator: Eduardus Jacobus

Terrour (sic) or Fright, after 1698. Creator: Eduardus Jacobus
Terrour (sic) or Fright, after 1698

Background imageFright Collection: The Ghost in the Stereoscope, ca. 1856. Creator: London Stereoscopic & Photographic Co

The Ghost in the Stereoscope, ca. 1856. Creator: London Stereoscopic & Photographic Co
The Ghost in the Stereoscope, ca. 1856

Background imageFright Collection: The Popes Rear Guard or the Fright of the Reverend Father Corporal (Arriere... late 18th century)

The Popes Rear Guard or the Fright of the Reverend Father Corporal (Arriere... late 18th century. Creator: Anon)
The Popes Rear Guard or the Fright of the Reverend Father Corporal (Arriere garde du pape, ou la frayeur du reverend pere caporal), late 18th century

Background imageFright Collection: Terror or Fright (from Heads Representing the Various Passions of the Soul; as they are E... 1765)

Terror or Fright (from Heads Representing the Various Passions of the Soul; as they are E... 1765. Creator: Anon)
Terror or Fright (from Heads Representing the Various Passions of the Soul; as they are Expressed in the Human Countenance: Drawn by that Great Master Monsieur Le Brun), 1765

Background imageFright Collection: Fright, n. d. Creator: John Downman

Fright, n. d. Creator: John Downman
Fright, n.d

Background imageFright Collection: Terrour or Fright (Le Brun Travested, or Caricatures of the Passions), January 21, 1800

Terrour or Fright (Le Brun Travested, or Caricatures of the Passions), January 21, 1800

Background imageFright Collection: Figure 60: Fright, 1854-56, printed 1862. Creators: Duchenne de Boulogne

Figure 60: Fright, 1854-56, printed 1862. Creators: Duchenne de Boulogne
Figure 60: Fright, 1854-56, printed 1862

Background imageFright Collection: La Frayeur, 1860s. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson

La Frayeur, 1860s. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson
La Frayeur, 1860s

Background imageFright Collection: La Frayeur, 1861-67. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson

La Frayeur, 1861-67. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson
La Frayeur, 1861-67

Background imageFright Collection: La Frayeur, 1861-67. Creators: Pierre-Louis Pierson, Unknown

La Frayeur, 1861-67. Creators: Pierre-Louis Pierson, Unknown
La Frayeur, 1861-67

Background imageFright Collection: So great was his fright that his waistcoat turned white pub. 1876. Creator

So great was his fright that his waistcoat turned white pub. 1876. Creator
" So great was his fright that his waistcoat turned white" from The Hunting of the Snark, an Agony in Eight Fits, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1876 (b/w engraving)

Background imageFright Collection: Mansion House Monitor, 1809

Mansion House Monitor, 1809. Cits guzzling at a Mansion House dinner are terrified by the appearance of the ghost of Henry Fitzailwin, first Lord Mayor of London

Background imageFright Collection: Wittingtons Ghost, 1807

Wittingtons Ghost, 1807. The ghost of Dick Whittington appearing at Mansion House in search of his cat

Background imageFright Collection: The Ghost - A Christmas Frolic - Le Revenant, 1814

The Ghost - A Christmas Frolic - Le Revenant, 1814
The Ghost - A Christmas Frolic - Le Revenant, printed 1814 (stipple engraving)

Background imageFright Collection: The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1635. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1635. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1635. God ordered Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac as a test of his faith (Genesis, XXII: 1-13)

Background imageFright Collection: Ivan the Terrible and the Ghosts of His Victims, 19th or early 20th century

Ivan the Terrible and the Ghosts of His Victims, 19th or early 20th century. Artist: Mikhail Petrovich Klodt
Ivan the Terrible and the Ghosts of His Victims, 19th or early 20th century. Ivan IV, Grand Prince of Moscow (1530-1584), became the first Tsar of Russia in 1547

Background imageFright Collection: The Evil Conscience of Tarquin, 1852. Artist: John Leech

The Evil Conscience of Tarquin, 1852. Artist: John Leech
The Evil Conscience of Tarquin, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

Background imageFright Collection: Rats! Rats!! Rats!!!. Artist: American Stereoscopic Company

Rats! Rats!! Rats!!!. Artist: American Stereoscopic Company
Rats! Rats!! Rats!!!. Stereoscopic Card Details

Background imageFright Collection: Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Awful appearance of the Shade of Remus to Romulus, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

Background imageFright Collection: Ecstasy of Saint Francis of Paula, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Ecstasy of Saint Francis of Paula, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Ecstasy of Saint Francis of Paula, 18th century. St Francis of Paula (1416-1507) was the founder of the Order of Minims. From the Church San Benedetto, Venice, Italy

Background imageFright Collection: Woman with a Child Afraid of a Dog, 17th century. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Woman with a Child Afraid of a Dog, 17th century. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Woman with a Child Afraid of a Dog, 17th century. From the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest

Background imageFright Collection: Christ Drives the Money-Changers from the Temple, 1626. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Christ Drives the Money-Changers from the Temple, 1626. Artist: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Christ Drives the Money-Changers from the Temple, 1626. From the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow


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