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Fools Gallery

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Choose from 127 pictures in our Fools collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Of auoutry, and specially of them yt ar bawdes to their wyues, knowynge and wyll nat knowe

XJF486425 Of auoutry, and specially of them yt ar bawdes to their wyues, knowynge and wyll nat knowe, but kepe counseyll, for couetyse, and gaynes or auauntage, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English translation of 'The Ship of Fools', from an edition published in 1874 (engraving) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Alexander Barclay (c.1476-1552) Scottish born English poet, translated Sebastian Brandt's (1457-1521) Das Narrenschiff, as 'The Ship of Fools' in 1509. Image is a facsimile of the original German woodcut of 1497 and shows a fool being poked in the eye with a stick by his wife, as he covers his face. Foolishness of turning a blind eye to your spouse's indiscretions. ); German, out of copyright

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Of hym that togyder wyll serve two maysters, illustration from Alexander Barclay's

XJF486410 Of hym that togyder wyll serve two maysters, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English translation of 'The Ship of Fools', from an edition published in 1874 (engraving) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Alexander Barclay (c.1476-1552) Scottish born English poet, translated Sebastian Brandt's (1457-1521) Das Narrenschiff, as 'The Ship of Fools' in 1509. Image is a facsimile of the original German woodcut of 1497 and shows a fool hunting, sounding a horn and sending his dog chasing after two hares. The foolishness of following more than one master, 'No one can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other' (Matthew 6:24)); German, out of copyright

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Of to moche spekynge or bablynge, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English

XJF486411 Of to moche spekynge or bablynge, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English translation of 'The Ship of Fools', from an edition published in 1874 (engraving) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Alexander Barclay (c.1476-1552) Scottish born English poet, translated Sebastian Brandt's (1457-1521) Das Narrenschiff, as 'The Ship of Fools' in 1509. Image is a facsimile of the original German woodcut of 1497 and shows a fool with a swollen tongue approaching a tree with a bird's nest in it's branches- 'Where as a hasty speker falleth in great domage, peryll and losse, in lyke wyse as the pye betrrays hir byrdes by hir chatrynge and crye'. Foolishness of pointless chatter.); German, out of copyright

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