Los emblemas de Alciato. Traducidos en rhimas españolas. Añadidos de figuras y de nueuos emblemas en la tercera parte de la obra
The angel, announcing the birth of Christ, gives a lily to the Virgin. Lithograph by F. Decraene after B. Murillo.
Moses and Eleazar reveal the brazen serpent to the people afflicted with snakebite. Lithograph by A. Blanco after P.P. Rubens.
A surgeon (whose features resemble a monkey's) is treating the foot of an elderly man, his concerned wife observes the scene and an assistant enters the room with a bowl. Lithograph by R. Beltran after J. de Madrazo after D. Teniers the younger.
Astronomy: various apocalyptic scenes, including an angel blowing the last trump, war, and shipwreck. Coloured lithograph, [c.1831?].
David with the head of Goliath, accompanied by an angel and cherubs. Lithograph by G. Sensi after N. Poussin.
A boy angel appears as Abraham prepares to sacrifice his son. Lithograph by G. Sensi y Baldachi after A. del Sarto, 1529.
The suicide of Cleopatra: Cleopatra lies on her bed clasping the tail of the asp that just bit her. Lithograph after Guido Reni.
The faces of men and women representing the warning that AIDS does not respect respect sex, race, age or social status; advertisement by Via Libre, Peru. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
A woman looks directly at the viewer with the words 'Qué tienes en contra de un condón?'; advertisement for safe sex to prevent AIDS by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Lithograph.
Orpheus and Eurydice; Endymion and Diana (Artemis); the rape of Europa by Jupiter (Zeus). Etching by P. Aquila after Annibale Carracci.
A cartoon figure of a man with a moustache with 4 speech bubbles above his head containing images of women with the label 'Adventurer' in Spanish; an advertisement for the fight against AIDS by Prisa, OPS/OMS, Sespas and Procets. Colour lithograph, ca. 1997.
A troupe of travelling performers including a toothdrawer. Line engraving by M. Salvador Carmona, 1805, after T. Rombouts.
First World War: two soldiers, one badly wounded, being comforted on the battlefield by a vision of Christ. Colour halftone after G. Hillyard Swinstead, 1915.
An écorché with a raised left arm seen from the back; studies of the muscles of the right and left thighs, seen from the front. Red-chalk drawing, 17th century, after L. Cigoli.
A pharmaceutical chemist demonstrating the effect of Pectoral San Andres on the lungs. Colour lithograph.
Two red hearts joining in the middle to form a blue skull representing a warning about the dangers of death from AIDS by the Departamento de Salud del Gobierno del Estado de Jalisco. Colour lithograph, ca. 1994.
An Italian medical student leans casually against a billiard table, polishing his cue. Lithograph by the Perrotta brothers after Colomnca[?].
A woman sits sideways on a chair with one knee up and one elbow leaning against the back of the chair with the words "Si él no tiene un condón, pídele que busque uno"; a poster from the America responds to Aids advertising campaign. Lithograph.
A procession of publicans and a beggar following the coffin of Madam Geneva; attacking the Act preventing distillers from retailing or selling gin to unlicensed premises. Engraving, 1751.
Saint Simon the Apostle and Saint Antony of Padua with Saint Mary (the Blessed Virgin) and the Christ Child with Saint Anne and God the Father. Lithograph after H. Minghni after Lo Spagna.
A man with his back turned looks at a woman and child on his left and another man to his right; warning to bisexual men about the risk of contracting AIDS; advertisement by the State of California AIDS Education Campaign. Lithograph.
Don Jose de la Trinidad Oliva being cured by his parents' prayers. Oil painting by a Spanish painter, 1846.
The heads and shoulders of five women: the upper two wear fancy hats with feathers, the central figure is hatless and wears an ornate lace collar, and the lower two wear head-dresses. Coloured line block by P. Lacouriere.
A bare-chested man holding a red phone to his ear; advertisement for the AIDS hotline by the AIDS Project Los Angeles. Colour lithograph, 1993.
Angelina Melius, a giant, aged nineteen, and Don Santiago de los Santos, a dwarf, aged 35. Engraving.
A mirror image of a man in a suit with a message in Italian about how he was not faithful [in relationships] but is to the condom; one of a series of safe sex posters from a 'Stop AIDS' campaign by the AIUTO AIDS Svizzero in collaboration with the Federal Office of Public Health. Colour lithograph.
The attractive face of a woman who does not have AIDS yet carries the HIV virus which can spread the disease; an AIDS prevention advertisement by the Ministerio de Salud Pública, Uruguay. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
A girl holding a teddy, a hand on the shoulder of another girl, a boy being tested with a stethoscope and a mother holding a child; advertisement for the 5th annual national Pediatric AIDS conference, September 6-8, 1989, Los Angeles, California. Colour lithograph by T. J. B., 1989.
The muscles of the raised left arm and of the upper left shoulder, seen from the front. Red-chalk drawing, 17th century.
The muscles of the suspended right arm and upper right shoulder, seen from the back. Red-chalk drawing, 17th century.
Ten commandments issued as a declaration of rights for those who are HIV positive or who have AIDS by the Republica de Panama, Ministerio de Salud. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
The mother of Manuel Vargas praying for his recovery from a "cerebral attack", March 1862. Oil painting by a Spanish painter, 1862.
Saint Felix of Cantalice, holding the infant Christ, under a canopy, surrounded by angels. Etching, 17--.
A man, woman, a red furry personified form of the HIV virus, a personified male symbol and condom illustrate the facts about AIDS, how it is caused and how to prevent AIDS; an information poster issued by the Ministerio de Salud Publica and the Fundación Futura in Ecuador. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
Sancho Panza (the squire of Don Quixote) , at a banquet, being starved for health reasons by his physician. Lithograph by C. Nanteuil after M. de Cervantes Saavedra.
Above, Lo Xuegu(?), a Chinese painter, shown seated in front of his artist's materials, playing a lute-like instrument and singing, while his dog dances; below, an attempt to photograph a Nio (Buddhist diety), who is watched with amusement by a fellow Nio. Colour woodcut by Kyosai, ca. 1870.