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Background imageHourglass Collection: Melencolia I (copy), 1602. Creator: Jan Wierix

Melencolia I (copy), 1602. Creator: Jan Wierix
Melencolia I (copy), 1602. After Albrecht Durer

Background imageHourglass Collection: Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513. Creator: Albrecht Durer

Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513. Creator: Albrecht Durer
Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513

Background imageHourglass Collection: Death and the Courtesan (Signed by the Wood-Engraver), 1903. Artist: Sebald Beham

Death and the Courtesan (Signed by the Wood-Engraver), 1903. Artist: Sebald Beham
Death and the Courtesan (Signed by the Wood-Engraver), 1903. From The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, Volume 1 - March to May 1903. [The Burlington Magazine, Limited, London, 1903]

Background imageHourglass Collection: Melencolia I, 1514. Creator: Albrecht Durer

Melencolia I, 1514. Creator: Albrecht Durer
Melencolia I, 1514. The standard interpretation highlights the depressive or melancholy state of the human condition, and explains the many important symbols in the print accordingly

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas with Death and the Last Judgment. Creator: Philip Tideman

Vanitas with Death and the Last Judgment. Creator: Philip Tideman
Vanitas with Death and the Last Judgment

Background imageHourglass Collection: Saint Jerome in His Study, c1530. Creator: Pieter Coecke van Aelst

Saint Jerome in His Study, c1530. Creator: Pieter Coecke van Aelst
Saint Jerome in His Study, c1530. St. Jerome (ca. 341-420 CE), the greatest Christian scholar of the classics, is revered for his translation of the Bible from the original Greek

Background imageHourglass Collection: Saint Matthew, c1616. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael

Saint Matthew, c1616. Creator: Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael
Saint Matthew, c1616. Receiving inspiration in composing his Gospel from a divinely sent, winged human figure, one of the four winged creatures described in Revelation that were understood as

Background imageHourglass Collection: Ulrik, 1684-1685, Prince of Sweden. Creator: Workshop of David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl

Ulrik, 1684-1685, Prince of Sweden. Creator: Workshop of David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl
Ulrik, 1684-1685, Prince of Sweden, Unknown date

Background imageHourglass Collection: 'Vanitas' Still Life, c1665. Creator: Adam Bernaert. 'Vanitas' Still Life, c1665

"Vanitas" Still Life, c1665. Creator: Adam Bernaert. "Vanitas" Still Life, c1665
"Vanitas" Still Life, c1665

Background imageHourglass Collection: Fame and History, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

Fame and History, 1586. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
Fame and History, 1586. From The Roman Heroes, pl. 10

Background imageHourglass Collection: A Hermit, 1664. Creator: Gerrit Dou

A Hermit, 1664. Creator: Gerrit Dou
A Hermit, 1664

Background imageHourglass Collection: Cartoon of Volkert Sloot, 1710-1720. Creator: Anon

Cartoon of Volkert Sloot, 1710-1720. Creator: Anon
Cartoon of Volkert Sloot, 1710-1720. Volkert Sloot was a judge of Van Oldenbarnevelt; Death with an hourglass and stick, sitting on a crocodile

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas Still Life, 1658-1697. Creator: Gerrit van Vucht

Vanitas Still Life, 1658-1697. Creator: Gerrit van Vucht
Vanitas Still Life, 1658-1697

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas with Minerva, 1709. Creator: Magnus Jørgensen

Vanitas with Minerva, 1709. Creator: Magnus Jørgensen
Vanitas with Minerva, 1709

Background imageHourglass Collection: A Hermit, 1640-1740. Creator: Circle of Dou, Gerard (1613-1675)

A Hermit, 1640-1740. Creator: Circle of Dou, Gerard (1613-1675)
A Hermit, 1640-1740

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanits still life, 1640-1672. Creator: Aelbert Jansz van der Schoor

Vanits still life, 1640-1672. Creator: Aelbert Jansz van der Schoor
Vanits still life, 1640-1672

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas Still Life, 1675-1700. Creator: B. Schaak

Vanitas Still Life, 1675-1700. Creator: B. Schaak
Vanitas Still Life, 1675-1700

Background imageHourglass Collection: Group portrait of four artists, c.1680. Creator: Monogrammist G. F

Group portrait of four artists, c.1680. Creator: Monogrammist G. F
Group portrait of four artists, c.1680. One of them is holding a drawing depicting the allegorical figure of Time, with cherub and hourglass

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas Still Life, 1630-1660. Creator: Stevers

Vanitas Still Life, 1630-1660. Creator: Stevers
Vanitas Still Life, 1630-1660

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Schoolmaster, 1650-1750. Creator: Unknown

The Schoolmaster, 1650-1750. Creator: Unknown
The Schoolmaster, 1650-1750. Copy after Jan Adriaensz. van Staveren

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas still life, 1660. Creator: N.L. Peschier

Vanitas still life, 1660. Creator: N.L. Peschier
Vanitas still life, 1660. Other Title(s): Vanitas still life

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Painter in his Studio Painting the Portrait of a Married Couple, 1612

The Painter in his Studio Painting the Portrait of a Married Couple, 1612. Creator: Herman von Vollenhove
The Painter in his Studio Painting the Portrait of a Married Couple, 1612

Background imageHourglass Collection: Vanitas Self-Portrait, 1679-1681. Creator: Steenwinckel, Antonie van (active 1671-1688)

Vanitas Self-Portrait, 1679-1681. Creator: Steenwinckel, Antonie van (active 1671-1688)
Vanitas Self-Portrait, 1679-1681. Found in the collection of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp

Background imageHourglass Collection: Skull and Hourglass, 1714-1814. Creator: Christian Albrecht Jensen

Skull and Hourglass, 1714-1814. Creator: Christian Albrecht Jensen
Skull and Hourglass, 1714-1814

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Plaster Cast Collection in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1843. Creator: Julius Exner

The Plaster Cast Collection in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1843. Creator: Julius Exner
The Plaster Cast Collection in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1843

Background imageHourglass Collection: Allegory of Vanity. Creator: Cornelis Schut I

Allegory of Vanity. Creator: Cornelis Schut I
Allegory of Vanity

Background imageHourglass Collection: Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600. Creator: Aegidius Sadeler II

Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600. Creator: Aegidius Sadeler II
Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600

Background imageHourglass Collection: Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600. Creator: Aegidius Sadeler II

Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600. Creator: Aegidius Sadeler II
Bartholomaeus Spranger and his Late Wife Christina Muller, c. 1600

Background imageHourglass Collection: Louise Albertine de Brandt, Baroness von Grapendorf. Creator: Georg Friedrich Schmidt

Louise Albertine de Brandt, Baroness von Grapendorf. Creator: Georg Friedrich Schmidt
Louise Albertine de Brandt, Baroness von Grapendorf

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Triumph of Time, c. 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz

The Triumph of Time, c. 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz
The Triumph of Time, c. 1539

Background imageHourglass Collection: Allegory of time, 1896. Creator: Unknown

Allegory of time, 1896. Creator: Unknown
Allegory of time, 1896

Background imageHourglass Collection: Allegory of Vanity and Penitence, Mid of 17th cen. Creator: Canlassi (Called Cagnacci)

Allegory of Vanity and Penitence, Mid of 17th cen. Creator: Canlassi (Called Cagnacci), Guido (Guidobaldo) (1601-1663)
Allegory of Vanity and Penitence, Mid of 17th cen. Found in the collection of the Musee de Picardie, Amiens

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Scribe, n.d. Creator: Salomon Koninck

The Scribe, n.d. Creator: Salomon Koninck
The Scribe, n.d

Background imageHourglass Collection: The Hour-Glass - painted by H. Le Jeune, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Hour-Glass - painted by H. Le Jeune, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Hour-Glass - painted by H. Le Jeune, 1850. Exhibition of the British Institution....two children are curiously watching the sand passing through an hour-glass - that homely measurer of time

Background imageHourglass Collection: Knight, Death, and Devil, 1564. Creator: Jan Wierix

Knight, Death, and Devil, 1564. Creator: Jan Wierix
Knight, Death, and Devil, 1564

Background imageHourglass Collection: Queen Bess, American, 1876. Creator: Worcester Skirt Company

Queen Bess, American, 1876. Creator: Worcester Skirt Company
Queen Bess, American, 1876

Background imageHourglass Collection: Ensemble, American, ca. 1885. Creator: Mme. Uoll Gross

Ensemble, American, ca. 1885. Creator: Mme. Uoll Gross
Ensemble, American, ca. 1885

Background imageHourglass Collection: Death and the Devil Surprising Two Women, ca. 1515. Creator: Daniel Hopfer

Death and the Devil Surprising Two Women, ca. 1515. Creator: Daniel Hopfer
Death and the Devil Surprising Two Women, ca. 1515

Background imageHourglass Collection: Allegory of the Transitoriness of Life, . n. d. Creator: Jacob Matham

Allegory of the Transitoriness of Life, . n. d. Creator: Jacob Matham
Allegory of the Transitoriness of Life, .n.d

Background imageHourglass Collection: Headpiece to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Headpiece to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Headpiece to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Illustration for a verse play by Ernest Dowson, published by Leonard Smithers. From " The Best of Beardsley" edited by R. A

Background imageHourglass Collection: D Albert in Search of his Ideals, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

D Albert in Search of his Ideals, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
D Albert in Search of his Ideals, 1897. Chevalier d Albert, a character from " Mademoiselle de Maupin" by Theophile Gautier. Published in " The Best of Beardsley" edited by R. A

Background imageHourglass Collection: Cover Design to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Cover Design to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Cover Design to The Pierrot of the Minute, 1897. Illustration for a verse play by Ernest Dowson, published by Leonard Smithers. From " The Best of Beardsley" edited by R. A

Background imageHourglass Collection: Comedy-Ballet of Marionettes, II, 1894. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Comedy-Ballet of Marionettes, II, 1894. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Comedy-Ballet of Marionettes, II, 1894. Two women, one in bloomers and the other in a figure-hugging dress with flounced sleeves and hem. From The Yellow Book, Vol. II

Background imageHourglass Collection: Medal commemorating the International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington D. C. 1908

Medal commemorating the International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington D. C. 1908
Medal commemorating the International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington D.C. 1908. Female allegorical figure holding a winged hourglass, with dragon

Background imageHourglass Collection: Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory

Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700 / 20. Creator: Gobelins Manufactory
Winter, from The Seasons, Paris, 1700/20. Saturn (god of agriculture and time) and Juventas (cupbearer to the gods on Mount Olympus) floating on a cloud

Background imageHourglass Collection: July, from The Medallion Months, Brussels, before 1528. Creator: Unknown

July, from The Medallion Months, Brussels, before 1528. Creator: Unknown
July, from The Medallion Months, Brussels, before 1528. Harvest scene with Runcina, the goddess of weeding or mowing in Roman mythology. In the circular frame are the signs of the zodiac

Background imageHourglass Collection: A Vanitas Still Life with a Flag, Candlestick, Musical Instruments, Books

A Vanitas Still Life with a Flag, Candlestick, Musical Instruments, Books, Writing Paraphernalia, Globes and Hourglass, 1662

Background imageHourglass Collection: Melancholia, c. 1615. Creator: Domenico Fetti

Melancholia, c. 1615. Creator: Domenico Fetti
Melancholia, c. 1615



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