'The Laying in the Tomb' ('The Deposition'/'The Entombment'), 1602-16044. Artist: Michelangelo Caravaggio
'The Laying in the Tomb' ('The Deposition'/'The Entombment'), 1602-1604. Mary of Clopas with her arms raised; Mary Magdalene with bowed head; Nicodemus grasps the legs of the dead Christ. From the Pinacoteca, Vatican City, Rome.
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Flora Rankin, Irene MacDonald, and Mary Josephine MacDonald at Elm Lodge, July 1863
Flora Rankin, Irene MacDonald, and Mary Josephine MacDonald at Elm Lodge, July 1863. Irene and Mary MacDonald were the children of Scottish novelist and poet George MacDonald. Carroll was a friend of the family, and the children affectionately called him "Uncle." This photograph, which includes the children's friend Flo Rankin standing in the middle, was produced during the photographer's stay at Elm Lodge in Hampstead the week of July 25, 1863.
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