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Magic Gallery

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Choose from 378 pictures in our Magic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Illustration to the The Tale Synko-Philipko, 1890s. Artist: Polenova, Elena Dmitryevna (1850-1898) Featured Print

Illustration to the The Tale Synko-Philipko, 1890s. Artist: Polenova, Elena Dmitryevna (1850-1898)

Illustration to the The Tale Synko-Philipko, 1890s. Found in the collection of State V. Polenov Open-air Museum of History and Art, Polenovo

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Allegory And Literature, Art Nouveau, Bogatyr, Book Art, Book Design, Bylina, Dream, Elena Dmitryevna 1850 1898, Epos, Fairy Tale, Fantasy, Fantasy World, Fine Art Images, Good And Evil, Hero, History Of Russia, Illustration, Legend, Magic, Mythology, Old Russian Legend, Poetry, Polenova, Polenovo, Russia, Russian Fairy Tale, Russian History, Russian Literature, Slavic Mythology, Superstition, Symbolism, Synko Philipko, Watercolour On Paper

Monsieur Philippe, at the Strand Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Monsieur Philippe, at the Strand Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Monsieur Philippe, at the Strand Theatre, 1845. Magic show on the London stage. M. Philippe, the conjuror...has taken the Strand Theatre for a series of "Soirees Mysterieuses," and with every apparent chance of making a more successful entreprise therein than any of the preceding lessees. All the principal tricks of his former entertainments are introduced; and some of them are perfectly inexplicable, resulting from the combination of matchless manual dexterity with mechanical contrivances of the greatest ingenuity. We need not recapitulate them; but we can, with the utmost confidence, recommend all our readers to go and behold M. Philippe's very clever delusions. He is certainly the King of Necromancers...everything is novel and startling; and his last strange tour - that of the gold fish and "grande menagerie" - sends everybody away completely bewildered'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Ushnishavijaya Enthroned in the Womb of a Stupa, dated 1510-19. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Ushnishavijaya Enthroned in the Womb of a Stupa, dated 1510-19. Creator: Unknown

Ushnishavijaya Enthroned in the Womb of a Stupa, dated 1510-19. This is one of the earliest extant images of the rarely represented Buddhist goddess Ushnishavijaya. She embodies a magical spell (dharani) recited by practitioners to reach liberation through the accumulation of merit. Multi-armed and multi-headed, Ushnishavijaya, white in color (like the autumn moon), is seated in the central stupa, flanked by red and green bodhisattvas and surrounded by the guardians of the eight directions and representations of Tara. As a manifestation of the Buddha's head protuberance, or ushnisha, she is associated with wisdom. The lowest register shows the consecration scene during the performance of the Lakshachaitya ritual, the dedication of one hundred thousand stupas

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