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Pain Gallery

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Choose from 96 pictures in our Pain 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.


Allegories of Pleasure and Pain and of Envy, c1480 (1945). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Featured Print

Allegories of Pleasure and Pain and of Envy, c1480 (1945). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Allegories of Pleasure and Pain and of Envy, c1480 (1945). From The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci. [Reynal & Hitchcock, New York, 1945]

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Relief from the south ball court at El Tajin, panel 6 Featured Print

Relief from the south ball court at El Tajin, panel 6

Relief from the south ball court at El Tajin, panel 6. Depicts the sacrifice of a ball player who acts as an intermediary between this world and that of the gods, who look on. Country of Origin: Mexico. Culture: Totonac. Date/Period: Classic period, c. 500 - 900. Place of Origin: Veracruz. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ . Location: 05

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Torments of Hell, c1185 (1906) Featured Print

Torments of Hell, c1185 (1906)

Torments of Hell, c1185 (1906). Hortus deliciarum (Garden of Delights) is a medieval manuscript compiled by Herrad of Landsberg at the Hohenburg Abbey in Alsace. It was an illuminated encyclopedia, begun in 1167 as a pedagogical tool for young novices at the convent. It is the first encyclopedia that was evidently written by a woman. It was finished in 1185, and was one of the most celebrated illuminated manuscripts of the period. In 1870, the manuscript was burnt and destroyed when the library housing it in Strasbourg was bombarded during the siege of the city in the Franco-Prussian War. From Medieval London, Vol. II - Ecclesiastical by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1906]

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