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Serpents Collection

"Unraveling the Mysteries: A Captivating Journey into the World of Serpents" The Lambton Worm: Tales of a legendary serpent that haunted the town

Background imageSerpents Collection: Snake charmer playing flute-like instrument, snake emerging from basket in front

Snake charmer playing flute-like instrument, snake emerging from basket in front

Background imageSerpents Collection: LAMBTON WORM

LAMBTON WORM
The Lambton heir kills the loathsome worm, but is cursed because he fails to kill the first living thing he then meets - his own father!

Background imageSerpents Collection: Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk)

Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk)
LSE3512892 Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk) by Chinese School (7th century); National Museum, Seoul

Background imageSerpents Collection: The Head of Medusa

The Head of Medusa, ca. 1618. Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640). Oil on canvas, 68.5 x 118 cm

Background imageSerpents Collection: Mariner, Watersnakes

Mariner, Watersnakes
The Mariner, the dead albatross slung round his neck, watches the sea snakes and blesses them as living things in his desolate world

Background imageSerpents Collection: The Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (etching)

The Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (etching)
BEN208710 The Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (etching) by DAOErer or Duerer, Albrecht (1471-1528); 19x24.5 cm; Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; (add.info.: The Christian knight)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2

Art Greek. Hellenistic. The Statue of Lacoon (Laacoonte). 2
Art Greek. Hellenistic. Statue of Lacoon and his sons (Antiphates and Thymbraeus). The sculpture is attributed by three sculptors from the island of Rhodes. Agesander, Athenedores and Polydorus

Background imageSerpents Collection: Snake Tattoo

Snake Tattoo
The latest craze for feminine beauty is the tattooing of the back with serpents, butterflies, etc. This picture was taken in a London salon. Date: 1929

Background imageSerpents Collection: Circe does Magic

Circe does Magic
doing magic with spirits and serpents

Background imageSerpents Collection: Sea Serpents Exist

Sea Serpents Exist
SEA SERPENTS DO EXIST !

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lucanian Calyx-Krater, c. 400 BC (earthenware)

Lucanian Calyx-Krater, c. 400 BC (earthenware)
1761950 Lucanian Calyx-Krater, c.400 BC (earthenware) by Policoro Painter (5th-4th Century BC); 50.5x49.9 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageSerpents Collection: God Shiva Nude Pose, Miniature Painting on Paper

God Shiva Nude Pose, Miniature Painting on Paper
3609783 God Shiva Nude Pose, Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper

Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper
3609889 Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper

God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper
3609785 God Shiva in Ardnarees Wear Roop, Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper

Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper
3609895 Lord Shiva Shanker Parvati Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: Rajrajeswer (Lord Shiva Shanker) Miniature Painting on Paper

Rajrajeswer (Lord Shiva Shanker) Miniature Painting on Paper
3609896 Rajrajeswer (Lord Shiva Shanker) Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper

Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper
3609891 Lord Shiva Shanker Miniature Painting on Paper by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageSerpents Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Uraeus serpents guarding the shrine of Osiris, Tomb of Sennedjem

Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Uraeus serpents guarding the shrine of Osiris, Tomb of Sennedjem, Thebes, Deir el Medna
3476232 Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Uraeus serpents guarding the shrine of Osiris, Tomb of Sennedjem, Thebes, Deir el Medna, 19th dynasty (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Electric Permanent Waving Machine 1928

Electric Permanent Waving Machine 1928
A permanent electric waving machine, medusa, Serpents, exhibited at the Hairdressers Annual Exhibition. Date: 1928

Background imageSerpents Collection: NA

NA
A split shot of a venomous banded yellowlip sea snake, Laticauda colubrina, also known as a sea krait, cruusing over a shallow reef in the Philippines with a palm tree covered island above

Background imageSerpents Collection: Dragons - Tournai font at All Saints Church, East Meon

Dragons - Tournai font at All Saints Church, East Meon
A close-up detailed view of the dark limestone Tournai font at All Saints Church, East Meon, Hampshire. Likely a gift from Bishop Henry de Blois

Background imageSerpents Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Campesino, defiende

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Campesino, defiende con las armas al gobierno que te dio la tierra (Farmer, defend with arms the government that gave the land to you). Poster. SPAIN. Barcelona

Background imageSerpents Collection: Mythical Sea Serpent

Mythical Sea Serpent
A huge sea serpent attacking a ship

Background imageSerpents Collection: Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alencon, 1555-1584. Francois, Duc d'Alencon

Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alencon, 1555-1584. Francois, Duc d'Alencon
5913159 Francis, Duke of Anjou and Alencon, 1555-1584. Francois, Duc d'Alencon. In lace ruff collar, ermine lined cape and doublet. Frame decorated with theatrical masks and snakes

Background imageSerpents Collection: Head of Medusa, 1630 (marble)

Head of Medusa, 1630 (marble)
2562005 Head of Medusa, 1630 (marble) by Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598-1680); Musei Capitolini, Rome, Italy; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageSerpents Collection: Le Sucuruyuba ou Boa aquatique, Eunectis murinus (engraving)

Le Sucuruyuba ou Boa aquatique, Eunectis murinus (engraving)
3645338 Le Sucuruyuba ou Boa aquatique, Eunectis murinus (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Le Sucuruyuba ou Boa aquatique, Eunectis murinus)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Perseus with the Head of Medusa, 1804-6 (marble)

Perseus with the Head of Medusa, 1804-6 (marble)
3493041 Perseus with the Head of Medusa, 1804-6 (marble) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); 242.6 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: In Greek mythology)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Perseus and Medusa (oil on board)

Perseus and Medusa (oil on board)
CH198685 Perseus and Medusa (oil on board) by West, Benjamin (1738-1820) (attr. to); Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images

Background imageSerpents Collection: Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)

Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)
4071439 Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving) by Durer or Duerer, Albrecht (1471-1528); 24.6x18.8 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (add.info.: The Christian knight)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Then Perseus held aloft the Gorgons head, illustration for How Perseus came Home again

Then Perseus held aloft the Gorgons head, illustration for How Perseus came Home again
IL193703 Then Perseus held aloft the Gorgons head, illustration for How Perseus came Home again, from The Heroes of Greek Fairy Tales, by Charles Kingsley (1819-75) (colour litho) by Davie

Background imageSerpents Collection: Laocoon (litho)

Laocoon (litho)
964695 Laocoon (litho) by Titian (Tiziano Vecelli) (c.1488-1576) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Laocoon, c1540. Illustration from Die Karikatur der europaischen Volker vom Altertum bis zur)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Attic red-figure stamnos depicting the Infant Herakles killing the snakes, from Vulci, Italy, c

Attic red-figure stamnos depicting the Infant Herakles killing the snakes, from Vulci, Italy, c. 500-480 BC (pottery)
PWI92566 Attic red-figure stamnos depicting the Infant Herakles killing the snakes, from Vulci, Italy, c.500-480 BC (pottery) by Berlin Painter, (fl.c.500-460 BC); Louvre, Paris

Background imageSerpents Collection: Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)

Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)
883704 Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513 (engraving) by Durer or Duerer, Albrecht (1471-1528); Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, USA; (add.info.: The Christian knight)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)

Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (engraving)
877268 Knight, Death and the Devil, 1513 (engraving) by Durer or Duerer, Albrecht (1471-1528); 24.9 x 19.2 cm; Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts

Background imageSerpents Collection: Enamel Ewer (duomuhu), Late Ming / early Qing dynasty, 17th century. Creator: Unknown

Enamel Ewer (duomuhu), Late Ming / early Qing dynasty, 17th century. Creator: Unknown
Enamel Ewer (duomuhu), Late Ming/early Qing dynasty, 17th century

Background imageSerpents Collection: Illustration from Les Chansons de Bilitis, by Pierre Louys, pub. 1922 (pochoir print)

Illustration from Les Chansons de Bilitis, by Pierre Louys, pub. 1922 (pochoir print)
3035638 Illustration from Les Chansons de Bilitis, by Pierre Louys, pub. 1922 (pochoir print) by Barbier, Georges (1882-1932); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lloyd George as St. David of Wales, expels the snake of mistrust

Lloyd George as St. David of Wales, expels the snake of mistrust and establishes the Irish Free State, December
KDC400230 Lloyd George as St. David of Wales, expels the snake of mistrust and establishes the Irish Free State, December, 1921 (litho) by Partridge

Background imageSerpents Collection: Macbeth (engraving)

Macbeth (engraving)
5229025 Macbeth (engraving) by Meadows, Kenny (1790-1874); Private Collection; (add.info.: Macbeth. Illustration for The Complete Works of Shakspere illustrated by Kenny Meadows)

Background imageSerpents Collection: A classical palace interior with Moses transforming Pharaohs sceptre into a serpent (oil on panel)

A classical palace interior with Moses transforming Pharaohs sceptre into a serpent (oil on panel)
6202378 A classical palace interior with Moses transforming Pharaohs sceptre into a serpent (oil on panel) by Juriaensz. van Baden

Background imageSerpents Collection: Lares house gods depicted in a Lararium shrine found in Herculaneum

Lares house gods depicted in a Lararium shrine found in Herculaneum
6340011 Lares house gods depicted in a Lararium shrine found in Herculaneum by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Lares house gods depicted in a Lararium shrine found in Herculaneum)

Background imageSerpents Collection: Dare you face such a monster as this?, illustration for How Perseus vowed a Rash Vow

Dare you face such a monster as this?, illustration for How Perseus vowed a Rash Vow
IL193705 Dare you face such a monster as this?, illustration for How Perseus vowed a Rash Vow, from The Heroes of Greek Fairy Tales, by Charles Kingsley (1819-75) (colour litho) by Davie

Background imageSerpents Collection: The Eagle of St. John, 1931 (wood engraving)

The Eagle of St. John, 1931 (wood engraving)
1631668 The Eagle of St.John, 1931 (wood engraving) by Gill, Eric (1882-1940); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection



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"Unraveling the Mysteries: A Captivating Journey into the World of Serpents" The Lambton Worm: Tales of a legendary serpent that haunted the town, captivating imaginations for centuries. Mesmerizing Melodies: Witness a snake charmer playing a flute-like instrument, as a mesmerized serpent emerges from its basket in front. The Gorgon's Curse: Behold the terrifying Head of Medusa, whose gaze turned all who looked upon her to stone. Mariner's Encounter: Sailors beware. Explore the treacherous watersnakes that lurk beneath the surface, ready to strike at any moment. Ancient Silk Secrets: Discover Fuxi and Nuwa, painted silk depictions found in Astana Cemetery's tombs in Turfan, revealing ancient beliefs about serpents. Enigmatic Artistry: Dive into "The Knight, Death and the Devil, " an intriguing etching from 1513 depicting serpentine symbolism intertwined with mortality and courage. Greek Masterpiece Unveiled: Marvel at "The Statue of Laocoön, " an exquisite Hellenistic artwork capturing both beauty and agony as serpents coil around their prey. Circe's Spellbinding Sorcery: Step into mythology as Circe performs her enchantments with snakes slithering by her side – magic entwined with these mysterious creatures. Sea Serpent Chronicles: Delve into compelling evidence suggesting sea serpents exist beyond folklore and imagination – unlocking secrets hidden within our vast oceans. Timeless Pottery Treasures: Admire the Lucanian Calyx-Krater dating back to 400 BC; its earthenware showcases intricate snake motifs symbolizing rebirth and transformation. Inked Elegance on Skin Canvas: Snake tattoos have long fascinated individuals seeking symbolism ranging from protection to wisdom – a captivating form of self-expression.