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7 results filtered with: Misogyny
  • Husbands bringing their ugly wives to a windmill, to be transformed into beautiful ones. Engraving, ca 1650.
  • A woman with two serpents holding her finger to her lips; representing prudence. Etching, 16--.
  • The bases of three skulls: a new born infant's, a misogynist's, and a man suffering from satyriasis. Process print, 1901, after etching, 1809.
  • The heads of women are reforged in a workshop by the sea; suggesting a cure for the 'madness' of women. Line engraving, 17--.
  • A woman with a sword and a balance; representing justice. Etching, 16--.
  • Husbands bringing their ugly wives to a windmill, to be transformed into beautiful ones. Engraving, ca 1650.
  • The heads of women are reforged in a workshop by the sea; representing a brutal cure for the 'madness' of women. Line engraving by F. Campion, 1663.