Vanitas Still Life by Philippe de Champaigne (1602-1674)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Memento Mori Art

Memento Mori.    Carved ivory rosary, early 16th century. Currently in the Metropolitan museum of art, New York.

Memento Mori. Carved ivory rosary, early 16th century. Currently in the Metropolitan museum of art, New York.

This is the Skull Appreciation Society - Welcome to a World of SkullsWELCOME TO A WORLD OF SKULLS | A blog dedicated to bringing you skulls in art, design and sculpture.

This is the Skull Appreciation Society - Welcome to a World of SkullsWELCOME TO A WORLD OF SKULLS | A blog dedicated to bringing you skulls in art, design and sculpture.

New narrative still life paintings and drawings by graphic artist David Cahill. Check out more images at his portfolio website crunchypencil.com

New narrative still life paintings and drawings by graphic artist David Cahill. Check out more images at his portfolio website crunchypencil.com

Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From The Catacombs Of Rome

Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From The Catacombs Of Rome

The Blinging Dead!! Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From The Catacombs Of Rome

De manhã escureço De dia tardo De tarde anoiteço De noite ardo.  A oeste a morte Contra quem vivo  Do sul cativo  O este é meu norte.   Outros que contem  Passo por passo: Eu morro ontem   Nasço amanhã  Ando onde há espaço:  – Meu tempo é quando."    Vinicius de Moraes   Ram ⚰

Memento Mori by David Lozeau | Day of the Dead

De manhã escureço De dia tardo De tarde anoiteço De noite ardo. A oeste a morte Contra quem vivo Do sul cativo O este é meu norte. Outros que contem Passo por passo: Eu morro ontem Nasço amanhã Ando onde há espaço: – Meu tempo é quando." Vinicius de Moraes Ram ⚰

An English pendant, c.1540-50, in the form of a skeleton within a coffin, a symbol of death and a memento mori.

An English pendant, c.1540-50, in the form of a skeleton within a coffin, a symbol of death and a memento mori.

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