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  • A white angel-like figure with wings being embraced by a black demon-like creature with ears with a quote from Friedrich Dürrenmatt stating that love is a miracle but evil is never very far away; a warning about AIDS by the AIDS-Hilfe Vorarlberg. Colour lithograph by Kurt Dornig.
  • A blind girl reads the Bible by touch to her illiterate family in the dark; one man is tempted to go out and enjoy drunken revels in the daylight; representing light and darkness of the understanding. Engraving by W. Ridgway, 1871, after G. Smith.
  • A blind girl reads the Bible by touch to her illiterate family in the dark; one man is tempted to go out and enjoy drunken revels in the daylight; representing light and darkness of the understanding. Engraving by W. Ridgway, 1871, after G. Smith.
  • A blind girl reads the Bible by touch to her illiterate family in the dark; one man is tempted to go out and enjoy drunken revels in the daylight; representing light and darkness of the understanding. Engraving by W. Ridgway, 1871, after G. Smith.
  • Two demonic physiognomies, expressive of malignity. Drawing, c. 1789.
  • A blind girl reads the Bible by touch to her illiterate family in the dark; one man is tempted to go out and enjoy drunken revels in the daylight; representing light and darkness of the understanding. Engraving by W. Ridgway, 1871, after G. Smith.
  • Four physiognomies expressing evil characters. Drawing, c. 1792.
  • A blind girl reads the Bible by touch to her illiterate family in the dark; one man is tempted to go out and enjoy drunken revels in the daylight; representing light and darkness of the understanding. Engraving by W. Ridgway, 1871, after G. Smith.