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size: 12x9in Giclee Print: Couples dancing a Vienna waltz at the palais Auersperg, Vienna. by Erich Lessing : Couples dancing a Vienna waltz at the palais Auersperg, Vienna. Author: ERICH LESSING. Location: Palais Auersperg, Vienna, Austria Old Ball Aesthetic, Old Money Ballroom, Victorian Ballroom Aesthetic, Ball Dance Aesthetic, Waltz Aesthetic, Ballroom Dancing Aesthetic, Ballroom Aesthetic, Couples Dancing, Royal Core

Giclee Print: Couples dancing a Vienna waltz at the palais Auersperg, Vienna. by Erich Lessing : 12x9in

size: 12x9in Giclee Print: Couples dancing a Vienna waltz at the palais Auersperg, Vienna. by Erich Lessing : Couples dancing a Vienna waltz at the palais Auersperg, Vienna. Author: ERICH LESSING. Location: Palais Auersperg, Vienna, Austria

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Our Mortal Waltz: The Dance of Death Across Centuries — The Public Domain Review Art Mort, Gustavo Dore, Concept Art Tutorial, Masked Ball, Danse Macabre, Small Artwork, Historical Painting, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Scientific Illustration

Our Mortal Waltz: The Dance of Death Across Centuries

The sight of a skeletal corpse rarely inspires a rollicking jig. Yet for more than half a millennium, the dance of death in European visual art has imagined a tango between the quick and the dead. Allison C. Meier tracks the motif’s evolution across history, discovering how — through times of disease, war, and economic inequality — printmaking offered a means to both critique social ills and reflect upon new forms of human devastation.

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