The Lady and the Unicorn – from the 15th century Tapestry Cycle housed at the Cluny Museum, Paris.
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The Three Philosophers by Giorgione, 1508-9
Cupid and Psyche by Jacques-Louis David, 1817
Reflections of Mystic Lake by Scott Withers
The Isle of the Dead by Arnold Böcklin, 1883
Philosopher in Meditation by Rembrandt, 1632
Road To Nowhere by Scott Withers
Dabrowa Tarnowski Synagogue Leviathan by Andrzej Otrebski
The Desperate Man (Self-Portrait) by Gustave Courbet, 1843-1845
Medusa by Franz Stuck, 1892

‘Trefoil’ Celtic Bronze

This ancient European iron age piece is a horse gear mount, and was probably used for attaching to a harness or possibly a chariot. It was discovered most likely in Gaul and is believed to date back between the first to third centuries, A.D.

It is formed from “trumpet-shaped” elements into a Celtic “trefoil” design, which means “3 leafed.” Threefoldness is central to the Celtic psyche and permeates all things, corresponding, for example, to the tripartite goddess.

Used by permission of the Celtic and Prehistoric Museum Ireland

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