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Charity, plate 38 from Genii and Virtues
Master of the E-Series Tarocchi
Italian, active c. 1465
Charity, plate 38 from Genii and Virtues, c. 1465
"Even lions and tigers nourish their young. Ravens feast their brood on carrion." (Act I, scene 2), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"Even lions and tigers nourish their young. Ravens feast their brood on carrion." (Act I, scene 2), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"I have done my part... the plunder is your affair!" (Act II, scene 3), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"I have done my part... the plunder is your affair!" (Act II, scene 3), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"I will root up from my path whatever obstructs my progress towards becoming the master." (Act 1, scene 1), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"I will root up from my path whatever obstructs my progress towards becoming the master." (Act 1, scene 1), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"Let those swim who can - the heavy may sink!" (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"Let those swim who can - the heavy may sink!" (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"Poor hare! Thou playest but a sorry part in this world's drama, but your worshipful lords must needs have hares!" (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"Poor hare! Thou playest but a sorry part in this world's drama, but your worshipful lords must needs have hares!" (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"Right is with the strongest." (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"Right is with the strongest." (Act I, scene 1), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"Suffer Little Children to Come unto Me"
Giovanni Battista Tinti, after
Italian, 1558-1604
"Suffer Little Children to Come unto Me", n.d.
"The blessing of heaven is visibly upon me." (Act II, scene 2), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"The blessing of heaven is visibly upon me." (Act II, scene 2), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
"They thunder forth from their clouds about gentleness and forbearance, while they sacrifice human victims to the God of love." (Act II, scene 3), from Die Rauber
George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893-1959)
published by Malik-Verlag (German, 1917-)
"They thunder forth from their clouds about gentleness and forbearance, while they sacrifice human victims to the God of love." (Act II, scene 3), from Die Rauber, 1922 (published)
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