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Marinus Claesz. van Reymerswaele. Der Geldwechsler und seine Frau. 1539, Holz, 83 × 97 cm. Madrid, Museo del Prado. Genremalerei, Dürer-Rezeption. Niederlande. Renaissance. KO 03535

Marinus Claesz. van Reymerswaele. Der Geldwechsler und seine Frau. 1539, Holz, 83 × 97 cm. Madrid, Museo del Prado. Genremalerei, Dürer-Rezeption. Niederlande. Renaissance. KO 03535

Believed to be portrait of Catherine Howard, 5th wife of Henry VIII, and one of two wives beheaded for adultery.

Believed to be portrait of Catherine Howard, 5th wife of Henry VIII, and one of two wives beheaded for adultery.

Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Ear

Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Ear

Wooden sculpture of a human ear. Egypt, 1539-1075 B.C. Brooklyn Museum.

Wooden sculpture of a human ear. Egypt, 1539-1075 B.C. Brooklyn Museum.

Walter Devereux (1539–1576), First Earl of Essex English Painter   Date:     1572 Culture:     British Medium:     Oil on wood Dimensions:     41 1/8 x 31 1/2 in. (104.5 x 80 cm)

Walter Devereux (1539–1576), First Earl of Essex English Painter Date: 1572 Culture: British Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 41 1/8 x 31 1/2 in. (104.5 x 80 cm)

Bowers Museum - Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies In Ancient Egypt. Seated baboon

Bowers Museum - Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies In Ancient Egypt. Seated baboon

Notional Cupboard - Works - Mark Manders

Notional Cupboard - Works - Mark Manders

Portrait of a Woman, Florence mid-16th c.

Portrait of a Woman, Florence mid-16th c.

Linear Perspective, which was invented in the early 1400s, aims at creating the illusion of spatial depth on a 3D surface. It follows consistent geometric rules for rendering objects as they appear to the human eye (ie. parallel line converging in the distance, even though they don't in reality). Image: Rodler's German publication of 1539

Linear Perspective, which was invented in the early 1400s, aims at creating the illusion of spatial depth on a 3D surface. It follows consistent geometric rules for rendering objects as they appear to the human eye (ie. parallel line converging in the distance, even though they don't in reality). Image: Rodler's German publication of 1539

Bronze vulture headdress. New Kingdom to Third Intermediate Period (probably), c. 1539–656 B.C. | Brooklyn Museum

Bronze vulture headdress. New Kingdom to Third Intermediate Period (probably), c. 1539–656 B.C. | Brooklyn Museum

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