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Claude Monet (1840 1926). Impression, Sunrise (Impression Featured M Print

Claude Monet (1840 1926). Impression, Sunrise (Impression

Claude Monet (1840 1926). Founder of French impressionist painting. Impression, Sunrise (Impression, soleil levant). 1872. Oil on canvas. Museum of Marmottan Monet. Paris. France

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Mary the Jewess, first true alchemist Featured M Print

Mary the Jewess, first true alchemist

Engraving showing Mary the Jewess (also known as Maria Prophetessa), considered to be the first non-fictional alchemist recorded. She lived at some time during the first to third centuries, but no reliable sources have more detail. She is referred to by almost all the early alchemists in terms of respect and reverence. This engraving comes from Symbola aureae by Michael Maier, published at Frankfurt in 1617

© Todd-White Art Photography

Map of Palestine, 1588 Featured M Print

Map of Palestine, 1588

16th century map of Palestine. North is towards upper right. Published in 1588, this German map shows the geography of Palestine, centred on the area that later become the state of Israel. The inscriptions are in German, and the place names are in Latin. These include ancient names like Petra, Coele Syria and Judea. The Dead Sea is at lower centre, and the Mediterranean coast is at left. Numerous towns and villages are shown on the map. The map is by the German cartographer Sebastian Munster (1489-1552), and was published in Basel in a posthumous edition of his Cosmographia, the earliest German atlas

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