Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Images from the History of Medicine (NLM)
Title:
"And the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all." [Federico] Castellon.
Creator:
Castellon, Federico, 1914- ?, artist.
Subject (Keyword):
Dance of death
Subject (Keyword):
Skeletons
Subject (MeSH Term):
Death
Publication Information:
[1969?]
Copyright Statement:
Permission must be obtained from the artist for publication or commercial use
Order No.:
A021452
Physical Description:
1 print : lithograph, color ; 31 x 21 cm.
Image Description:
Skeletal figure in white robes and miter pushes other skeletal figures to the ground. In the background a hand nailed to a cross can be seen.
Note (General):
From a group of lithographs inspired by E.A. Poe's "The mask of the red death."
Note (General):
Title taken from pencil note on mount.
Note (General):
Old Negative no. 72-131
Language:
eng
Restrictions on Access:
HMD provides access to digital images in lieu of originals when electronic copies exist. Access to originals may require advance notice. Please see HMD Reference Librarian for more information.
Source of Acquisition:
Purchase; Ferdinand Roten Galleries, 1969.
URL:
Call Number:
WZ 336 C34 no. 2 sol
Record UI:
101393073
Image ID:
148495
Resolution Size:
6
Format:
JP2
Media Type:
Image
File Name:
a021452.jp2
Width:
2264
Height:
3376

"And the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all." [Federico] Castellon.