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An ivory figure of a skeleton, by Christof Angermair, 1632, personifies death and serves as a memento mori; the skeleton holds a spade, a symbolic reference to digging a grave. (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden)

An ivory figure of a skeleton, by Christof Angermair, 1632, personifies death and serves as a memento mori; the skeleton holds a spade, a symbolic reference to digging a grave. (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden)

Shadow series Photography www.hannahcaldwellphotography.com Styling www.kirstybrysonfoodstylist.com Props www.thepropdispensary.com

Shadow series Photography www.hannahcaldwellphotography.com Styling www.kirstybrysonfoodstylist.com Props www.thepropdispensary.com

A sixteenth-century vanitas painting, Florentine School; inscribed with the Latin motto 'respice finem'/'reflect on the end'.

A sixteenth-century vanitas painting, Florentine School; inscribed with the Latin motto 'respice finem'/'reflect on the end'.

“Still life with skull” – old daguerrotype from 1850. I have a print of this hanging in my living room.

“Still life with skull” – old daguerrotype from 1850. I have a print of this hanging in my living room.

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