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Images Dated 27th July 2009

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Sculpture on the Wall at the Upper End of the Cave, Island of Elephanta, India, 1799 Featured 27 Jul 2009 Print

Sculpture on the Wall at the Upper End of the Cave, Island of Elephanta, India, 1799

Sculpture on the Wall at the Upper End of the Cave, Island of Elephanta, India, 1799. The Elephanta Caves are located on Elephanta Island in the Arabian Sea off Mumbai. They contain reliefs and sculptures relating to the worship of the Hindu god Shiva. The caves are thought to have been used for worship since c600 AD. A print from Asiatic Researches or Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal, for Inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences and Literature of Asia, Vol IV, by J Sewell, Vernor and Hood, J Cuthell, J Walker, R Lea, Lackington, Allen and Co, Otridge and Son, R Faulder and J Scatchered, 1799

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St Cecilia, 1514 (1870). Artist: Quesnel Featured 27 Jul 2009 Print

St Cecilia, 1514 (1870). Artist: Quesnel

St Cecilia, 1514 (1870). After the painting by Raphael in the collection of the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. St Cecilia was a Roman noblewoman martyred in either the 2nd or the 3rd century. She is the patron saint of musicians and of church music. A print from Les Chef D'oeuvre de la Peinture Italienne by Paul Mantz, Paris, 1870

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Judith and Holofernes, 1870 Featured 27 Jul 2009 Print

Judith and Holofernes, 1870

Judith and Holofernes, 1870. After the painting of c1495 by Andrea Mantegna in the collection of the Louvre, Paris. The Jewish heroine Judith was living in Bethulia when it was besieged by the Assyrian army commanded by Holofernes. She inveigled herself into his tent, cut off his head and took it back to Bethulia, so saving the town. The incident is described in the book of Judith from the Apocrypha. A print from Les Chef D'oeuvre de la Peinture Italienne by Paul Mantz, Paris, 1870

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