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60 results filtered with: Senses and sensation
  • A man cuts his finger with a knife; representing the sense of touch. Pen drawing by A. Overlaet, 1761, after D. Teniers.
  • A man behind a woman who is combing her hair; representing the sense of sight. Engraving.
  • An old woman with a flower; representing the sense of smell. Mezzotint by A.H.J. Degmair after P.A. Wille.
  • A woman looks at herself in her mirror; a man looks through a telescope; representing the sense of sight. Engraving by A. Bosse after himself, ca. 1650.
  • An old woman wearing spectacles; representing the sense of sight. Mezzotint by A.H.J. Degmair after P.A. Wille.
  • A man caresses a woman; representing the sense of touch. Engraving by A. Bosse after himself, c. 1650.
  • Ten demonstrations of digestion, blood circulation, breathing, bone structure, smell, hearing, sight, touch, taste, the nervous system, and muscle structure. Coloured lithograph by C. Bethmont, ca. 1860 (?).
  • The fallibility of the senses: above, justice, fame and deceit; below, doctors conducting an autopsy on a cadaver, surrounded by onlookers. Engraving, 1692.
  • A gardener smelling a flower; representing the sense of smell. Etching by T. Kitchin after D. Teniers.
  • The sense of smell: a man lying in bed smells flowers as another lights some incense, above, a priest stands before a burning sacrifice of a lamb. Engraving after G. Collaert, 1630, after N. van der Horst.
  • A man looking through a magnifying glass at a picture of a monkey, whose flatulence extinguishes the flame of a candle; representing the pleasures of the sense of sight. Engraving, 17--.
  • A young woman in love clasps her hands against her heart; representing the sense of touch. Mezzotint by S.W. Reynolds, 1830, after C.-M. Dubufe.
  • A woman plays music to a stag; God condemns Adam and Eve to exile; representing the sense of hearing. Engraving by N. de Bruyn after M. de Vos.
  • Five people, each exercising one of the five senses. Coloured lithograph by L.-L. Boilly, 1823.
  • A man in ragged clothes being bitten by a guard dog at the entrance to a town house; representing the sense of touch. Etching by T.L. Busby, ca. 1826.
  • An early Tibetan king, or Rudrakulika, legendary king of Shambhala, seated in a garden. Distemper painting by a Tibetan painter.
  • A drunkard with an empty glass; representing the sense of taste. Engraving, 16--.
  • A woman feeling the tip of an arrow with her finger; representing the sense of touch. Mezzotint by A. van Haecken after J. Amigoni.
  • A bath-house containing six men and an onlooker, perhaps an allegory of the four humours and five senses. Photolithograph after A. Dürer, c. 1496.
  • A barber-surgeon operating on a man's head; representing the sense of touch. Engraving, 16--.
  • A woman with a flower; representing the sense of smell. Pen drawing by A. Overlaet, 1761, after D. Teniers.
  • An old woman with a plate of vegetables; representing the sense of taste. Mezzotint by A.H.J. Degmair after P.A. Wille.
  • Attributes of Brahmā (Tibetan Tshaṅs-pa, the pure one) in a "rgyan tshogs" banner. Distemper painting by a Tibetan painter.
  • Music being played to a lady, while above an angel blows a trumpet into Jerome's ear; representing the sense of hearing. Engraving after G. Collaert, 1630, after N. van der Horst.
  • A female figure with bowls of fruit and a monkey; Eve picks the apple from the tree of knowledge; representing the sense of taste. Engraving by N. de Bruyn after M. de Vos.
  • A tortoise climbs up a female figure as she reaches out to a bird; in the background Adam and Eve are chased from Eden by the archangel Michael with his sword; representing the sense of touch. Engraving by N. de Bruyn after M. de Vos.
  • People eating and drinking before a tapestry; representing the sense of taste. Engraving by A. Bosse after himself, c. 1650.
  • Ten demonstrations of digestion, blood circulation, breathing, bone structure, smell, hearing, sight, touch, taste, the nervous system, and muscle structure. Coloured lithograph by C. Bethmont, ca. 1860 (?).
  • A woman looking into a hand-mirror; in the background God shows Adam and Eve the tree of knowledge. Engraving by N. de Bruyn after M. de Vos.
  • A dog looks on as a man and a woman smell a flower; representing the sense of smell. Engraving.