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SATURNO - Incisione dI The Master 4+ (c. 1554-1580).

SATURNO - Incisione dI The Master 4+ (c. 1554-1580).

This illustration by artist Wladyslaw Theodore Benda shows a window opening to a view of the Earth, the Milky Way and the Moon. The image was done in charcoal and originally appeared in the March, 1918, edition of Cosmopolitan along with an article titled "The Future of the Earth," by Maurice Maeterlinck

Earth the Milky Way and the Moon

This illustration by artist Wladyslaw Theodore Benda shows a window opening to a view of the Earth, the Milky Way and the Moon. The image was done in charcoal and originally appeared in the March, 1918, edition of Cosmopolitan along with an article titled "The Future of the Earth," by Maurice Maeterlinck

Signs of the Zodiac | Breviary France |  ca. 1511 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Signs of the Zodiac | Breviary France | ca. 1511 | The Morgan Library & Museum

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Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology

Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology (Paperback)

Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology

Saturn

Saturn From One of Its Moons, 1930 astronomy space star chart print planets, solar system, universe, space illustration print

Saturn

The planet Saturn is depicted as the Roman god Saturnus, holding his symbolic attributes, a sickle and scythe; at left, a half-human, half-fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing the zodiacal sign of Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn (the signs are governed by Saturn); from a series of seven woodcuts in the school/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1550–70. (British Museum)

The planet Saturn is depicted as the Roman god Saturnus, holding his symbolic attributes, a sickle and scythe; at left, a half-human, half-fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing the zodiacal sign of Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn (the signs are governed by Saturn); from a series of seven woodcuts in the school/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1550–70. (British Museum)

Mars and his  associations. 15th century woodcut by   Hans Sebald Beham or Georg Pencz.  alchemywebsite.com

Mars and his associations. 15th century woodcut by Hans Sebald Beham or Georg Pencz. alchemywebsite.com

Adam McLean's Art Weblog

Adam McLean's Art Weblog

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