Witches concocting an ointment to be used for flying to the Sabbath. By Hans Baldung Grien, Strassburg, 1514.
A warlock riding to the Witches’ Sabbath. From Ulrich Molitor’s De lanijs et phitonicis mulieribus, printed by Cornelius de Zierikzee, Cologne, 1489.
Early 14thC manuscript showing scenes of the life of Christ. The image at the top left depicts the Harrowing of Hell.
being fashion for Idol.
The demons of Antichrist seducing men through bribery and the destruction of sacred images. Lyons, late 15th century.
Office of the Dead from the Bedford Hours, 15thC
Mors, the Angel of Death. Anglo-Saxon, 10th century. Drawing after a minature in a manuscript.
Christ breaking down the gates of Purgatory. French, 13th century. Drawing after a miniature in a manuscript.
Max Ernst. Illustration for Paul Eluard’s Répétitions. 1922.