Astronomy: diagrams of eclipses (top), and the Moon's passage around the Earth. Coloured engraving by J. Emslie, 1851, after himself.
A large red ribbon decorated with hearts in the centre of numerous other artistic impressions of the red ribbon symbol representing an advertisement for World Aids Day by the National Aids Trust. Colour lithograph, 1995.
Children having outdoor lessons at the Cresson Sanatorium for tuberculosis, Pennsylvania: the children are all stripped to the waist and are seated on the grass. Photograph, 1920/1940?
The sun shining above the sea with a yellow condom instead of the sun; representing protection against AIDS while on holiday. Colour lithograph after M. Kolvenbach and G. Meyer, 199-.
A fox jumps out of a well by climbing on the horns of a goat inside; illustration of a fable by Aesop. Etching.
A traveller is sitting in the shade of a tree with his cloak off and he is shown in the background buffetted by the wind, wrapping his cloak around him. Etching by W. Hollar for a fable by Aesop.
A palatial building representing the Academia Caesareo-Leopoldina Naturae Curiosorum, surmounted by a coat of arms; two seated figures in the foreground. Engraving by J.G. Pintz, ca. 1730.
Children doing outdoor exercises at the Mont Alto Sanatorium for tuberculosis, Pennsylvania: the children are stripped to the waist and some show the effects of heliotherapy on their skin. Photograph, 1920/1940?
Meteorology: four views of the Earth, with the sun at the centre, and allegories of the elements. Engraving.
Helianthus annuus L. Asteraceae Sun flower Distribution: Peru to Mexico. The seeds are a source of linoleic acid, a polyunsaturated fat which as part of one's diet is given to reduce coronary artery and cerebrovascular disease, but recently a study has found an increased death rate (BMJ2013
Two girls sitting in floral dresses on a beach, representing children with AIDS. Colour lithograph by Chris Taylor and HDM Eggert for Kinder-AIDS-Hilfe Deutschland e.V.
Optics: spectra of various pigments, compared with that of our Sun. Coloured process print by Cassell.
A hydrogen balloon flying high above the clouds with the sun shining on it. Coloured wood engraving.
A red-faced king stands in a red robe, flanked by a queen and the deity Mercury in green clothes; representing a stage in the process of alchemy. Coloured etching, ca. 18th century.
Astronomy: an atmospheric condition giving the effect of the sun shining at midnight. Etching by P. Fumagalli, 1830.
Meteorology: a view of the Earth and the sun during summer [in the Northern hemisphere]. Engraving after B. Martin.
Meteorology: a view of the Earth and the sun during winter [in the Northern hemisphere]. Engraving after B. Martin.
A ring of figures dancing around the sun representing hope for people with AIDS. Colour lithograph after BW.
Astronomy: the corona of the sun, viewed during a total solar eclipse. Process print after a photograph, 1842.
Astronomy: the corona of the sun, viewed during a total solar eclipse. Process print after a photograph, 1878.
Astronomy: the corona of the sun, viewed during a total solar eclipse. Process print after a photograph, 1871.
Sun setting over landscape with Cana in the distance, Israel. Coloured lithograph by Louis Haghe after David Roberts, 1842.
Frontispiece from 'Anotomia della peste...' of a dog looking skyward as a wheel of fortune descends toward it from the Sun.
Oglam stone. Co. Kerry. People walk around this stone sun wise and repeat prayers to cure falling sickness and epilepsy.
Astronomy: a diagram of the Earth's orbit around the Sun in a solar year. Coloured engraving by J. Emslie, 1851, after himself.
Saint Francis of Paula holding his walking stick and looking at the sun; church and mountains in the background. Colour lithograph, 1898.
Palmyra, Syria: the temple of Bel (temple of the sun) viewed from one side. Engraving by J.B. Liénard after L.F. Cassas.
Astronomy: the Sun with his bow and arrow, an angel above, looking heavenward. Engraving by N. Dorigny, 1695, after Raphael, 1516.