Baran Akkus

Baran Akkus

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The Death-Dance Anno (Vom Totentanz Anno) by Otto Wirsching (Germany, 1915) From the collection of Richard Sica http://50watts.com/Otto-s-Dance-of-Death

The Death-Dance Anno (Vom Totentanz Anno) by Otto Wirsching (Germany, Otto’s Dance of Death - 50 Watts

Johan Mekkink (1904–91), Stilleven met houtduif (Still-life with wood pigeon), 1943/44–1947 http://50watts.com/In-the-shadow-of-tomorrow

Johan Mekkink Stilleven met houtduif (Still-life with wood pigeon), Paintings from the upcoming exhibition, In the Shadow of Tomorrow: Neo-realism in the Netherlands

Raoul Hynckes (1893–1973) , Ex-est, 1940 http://50watts.com/In-the-shadow-of-tomorrow

Raoul Hynckes , Ex-est, 1940 - In the Shadow of Tomorrow: Neo-realism in the Netherlands, at the MMKA (November 18 2012 -February 17

Mors Ultima Linea Rerum (Death the Final Boundary of Things), c1570Photograph: Wellcome Images/The Richard Harris Collection Death: Wellcome Collection http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/nov/09/death-a-self-portrait-wellcome-collection?intcmp=239#/?picture=398753214=9

Flemish, c. Mors ultima linea rerum Translation of the Latin: Mors sceptra ligonibus aequat "Death makes sceptres and hoes equal." Mors vltima linea rerum "Death, the final boundary of.

Rembrandt, Death Appearing to a Couple, 1639Photograph: Wellcome Library, London http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/nov/09/death-a-self-portrait-wellcome-collection?intcmp=239#/?picture=399230279=6

Death gallery: Death Appearing to a Couple by Rembrandt

Unknown artist, memento mori, late 18th centuryPhotograph: The Richard Harris Collection / Wellcome Library, London http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2012/nov/09/death-a-self-portrait-wellcome-collection?intcmp=239#/?picture=399091952=15

A late eighteenth-century German memento mori, unknown artist. (Photograph: The Richard Harris Collection/Wellcome Library; The Guardian)

Otto Dix - Buried alive - January 1916, Champagne [Verschuttete - Januar 1916, Champagne]

Buried alive - January Champagne - Soldiers react in horror as the earth collapses around them. In the instant before they are swallowed, Dix depicts them not as they are but as they will become. Their faces are reduced to depictions of skulls.