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Fussli Collection

Background imageFussli Collection: David's Census. Creator: Füssli, Johann Melchior (1677-1736)

David's Census. Creator: Füssli, Johann Melchior (1677-1736)
David's Census. Private Collection

Background imageFussli Collection: Absalom's beautiful hair. Creator: Füssli, Johann Melchior (1677-1736)

Absalom's beautiful hair. Creator: Füssli, Johann Melchior (1677-1736)
Absalom's beautiful hair. Private Collection

Background imageFussli Collection: The Night-Hag Visiting Lapland Witches, 1796. Creator: Henry Fuseli

The Night-Hag Visiting Lapland Witches, 1796. Creator: Henry Fuseli
The Night-Hag Visiting Lapland Witches, 1796

Background imageFussli Collection: Self-portrait, ca 1780-1790. Creator: Füssli (Fuseli), Johann Heinrich (1741-1825)

Self-portrait, ca 1780-1790. Creator: Füssli (Fuseli), Johann Heinrich (1741-1825)
Self-portrait, ca 1780-1790. Found in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageFussli Collection: Tornado-Zeus Battling Typhon (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), August 1, 1795

Tornado-Zeus Battling Typhon (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), August 1, 1795

Background imageFussli Collection: Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791. Creator: William Blake

Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791. Creator: William Blake
Fertilization of Egypt (Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden), 1791

Background imageFussli Collection: La Rascienne Honteuse. Creator: Rudolf Fussli

La Rascienne Honteuse. Creator: Rudolf Fussli
La Rascienne Honteuse

Background imageFussli Collection: King Henry IV, ca. 1827. Creator: William Heath

King Henry IV, ca. 1827. Creator: William Heath
King Henry IV, ca. 1827

Background imageFussli Collection: Hamlet, Horatio, Marcellus and the Ghost (Shakespeare, Haml

Hamlet, Horatio, Marcellus and the Ghost (Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 4), first published 1796; reissued 1852

Background imageFussli Collection: King Lear Casting Out His Daughter Cordelia (Shakespeare, K

King Lear Casting Out His Daughter Cordelia (Shakespeare, King Lear, Act 1, Scene 1), first published 1792; reissued 1852

Background imageFussli Collection: The Daughter of Herodias (Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist, Matthew 14:10-11)... 1798

The Daughter of Herodias (Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist, Matthew 14:10-11)... 1798
The Daughter of Herodias (Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist, Matthew 14:10-11), 1798

Background imageFussli Collection: The Enchanted Island Before the Cell of Prospero - Prospero... first published 1797; reissued 1852

The Enchanted Island Before the Cell of Prospero - Prospero... first published 1797; reissued 1852
The Enchanted Island Before the Cell of Prospero - Prospero, Miranda, Caliban and Ariel (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 2), first published 1797; reissued 1852

Background imageFussli Collection: Head of a Bearded Man Looking Right, 1692. Creator: Mathias Fussli

Head of a Bearded Man Looking Right, 1692. Creator: Mathias Fussli
Head of a Bearded Man Looking Right, 1692

Background imageFussli Collection: The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784. April 20, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784. April 20, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784

Background imageFussli Collection: Portrait of a woman, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Creator: Henry Fuseli

Portrait of a woman, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Creator: Henry Fuseli
Portrait of a woman, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Drawing in the Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland. From " Europaische Handzeichnungen", (Five Hundred Years of European Drawings)

Background imageFussli Collection: Dead hero with goddesses, 1778, (1943). Creator: Henry Fuseli

Dead hero with goddesses, 1778, (1943). Creator: Henry Fuseli
Dead hero with goddesses, 1778, (1943). Drawing in the Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland. From " Europaische Handzeichnungen", (Five Hundred Years of European Drawings), by Bernhard Degenhart

Background imageFussli Collection: Doll Tearsheet, Falstaff, Henry and Poins (Shakespeare, Kin

Doll Tearsheet, Falstaff, Henry and Poins (Shakespeare, King Henry IV, Part 2, Act 2, Scene 4), first published 1795; reissued 1852

Background imageFussli Collection: Ultima Roboris Simfonici, 1735. Artist: Hieronymus Sperling

Ultima Roboris Simfonici, 1735. Artist: Hieronymus Sperling
Ultima Roboris Simfonici, 1735. Samson pulling down the Philistine Temple of Dagon. From Physica Sacra, by By Johannes Jacobus Scheuchzer and Johannes Andreas Pfeffel


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