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Dying Collection

"Dying: A Journey Through Time and Sacrifice" In the depths of history, we bid farewell to an era

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Dying Collection: Goodbye Old Man, solder and horse WWI
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Dying Collection: Young Woman on her Death Bed, 1621 (oil on canvas)
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Dying Collection: Good-bye, Old Man. By Fortunio Matania. 1922
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Dying Collection: The Great Sacrifice by James Clark, WW1
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Dying Collection: The wax model of the Duke of Wellington gazing at Napoleon, c. 1840 (wax & mixed media)
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Dying Collection: Goodbye, Old Man by Fortunino Matania
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Dying Collection: The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 1789. Creator: John Trumbull
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Dying Collection: Death as Assassin, 1851 (wood engraving)
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Dying Collection: Anna Pavlova
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Dying Collection: The Young Girl and Death, c. 1900 (oil on canvas)
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Dying Collection: The Death of Cato of Utica (95-46 BC) 1797 (oil on canvas) (b / w photo)
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Dying Collection: Gather ye roses while ye may
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Dying Collection: The Battle of Ballinahinch, 13th June 1798, c. 1798 (oil on canvas)
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Dying Collection: Textile dyes
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Dying Collection: Passenger Pigeon-Extinct
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Dying Collection: The London Territorials at Pozieres during the Battle of the Somme, 1916 (print)
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Dying Collection: Death of Henry Percy (Harry Hotspur) at the Battle of Shrewsbury, 21 July 1403, (c1860)
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Dying Collection: Battle of Quatre Bras in 1815 (print)
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Dying Collection: The Death of Mark Antony (Shakespeare, Antony and Cleopatra, Act 4, Scene 15)
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Dying Collection: Ride of the Valkyries. Artist: Delitz
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Dying Collection: The Crucifixion, 1340s. Creator: Pietro Lorenzetti
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Dying Collection: The Dying Gaul statue, a Roman copy of a Hellenistic Greek bronze, 3rd century BC. Artist: Epigonus
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Dying Collection: Death of Baldwin I (1171-1205) the Latin King of Jerusalem, illustration from Bibliotheque
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Dying Collection: Medical prescription, satirical artwork
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Dying Collection: GEROME: GLADIATORS, 1874. Jean-Leon Gerome: Pollice Verso [The Gladiators]. Oil on canvas, 1874
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Dying Collection: Fantasy Spacecraft, Fantastic Adventures Scifi Magazine Covers
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Dying Collection: Woman Bitten by a Snake, 1847 (marble)
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Dying Collection: TOLLEMACHE AND PENNINGTON. The duel between Captain John Tollemache and Captain
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Dying Collection: Death of William Rufus
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Dying Collection: Christ as the man in sorrows, 1525, (fresco)
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Dying Collection: The Death of Adam, from the Legend of the True Cross cycle, completed 1464 (fresco)
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Dying Collection: The Babes in the Wood, 1903
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Dying Collection: The Death of Lord Nelson, illustration from Englands Battles by Sea
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Dying Collection: USA, Washington State. Subalpine larch (Larix lyallii) at a tarn near Horseshoe Lake
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Dying Collection: Steel engraving by James Mitan, 1801, after the painting by John Trumbull
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Dying Collection: Death of Richard I
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Dying Collection: Oh Whats That in the Hollow? (w / c on paper)
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Dying Collection: Death of Wolfe (colour litho)
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Dying Collection: The Death of Saint Clare, c. 1400 / 1410. Creator: Master of Heiligenkreuz
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Dying Collection: Abercrombie In Egypt, 1801 (c1850s)
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Dying Collection: Jean Morin, after Philippe de Champaigne, Christ Dying on the Cross, French, c. 1600-1650
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Dying Collection: The Crusader
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Dying Collection: Altar of incense - Bible
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Dying Collection: Destitute Dead Mother holding her sleeping Child in Winter, c. 1850 (oil on canvas)
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Dying Collection: The Dormition of Virgin Mary altar, 28/11/2022 (photo)
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Dying Collection: General Hideki Tojo, 1945 (b / w photo)
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Dying Collection: Moses smote the rock twice, and the water came out abundantly, 1840
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Dying Collection: Picture No. 12479487


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"Dying: A Journey Through Time and Sacrifice" In the depths of history, we bid farewell to an era. Goodbye, Old Man, a poignant tribute captured by Fortunio Matania in 1922, reminds us of the somber toll war takes on our souls. The image of a soldier and his loyal horse during World War I speaks volumes about the sacrifices made on the battlefield. Centuries earlier, a young woman's final moments were immortalized on canvas in Young Woman on her Death Bed (1621). This haunting painting serves as a reminder that death spares no one; it comes for all regardless of age or station. Sometimes, dying becomes an act of defiance against injustice. Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc set himself ablaze at an intersection in Saigon in 1963 to protest President Ngo Dinh Diem's oppressive measures. Malcolm Browne's photograph captures this self-immolation—a chilling symbol of resistance against tyranny. The Great Sacrifice depicted by James Clark from WWI showcases soldiers laying down their lives for their countries' sake. Their bravery echoes through time as they face death head-on with unwavering resolve. But not all deaths are born out of conflict or rebellion; some belong to artists who leave behind legacies that transcend mortality itself. Anna Pavlova's ethereal grace continues to captivate audiences even after her passing—an eternal dance with death. In The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar (1789), John Trumbull depicts soldiers fighting valiantly until their last breaths defending their fortress—a testament to human resilience when faced with impending doom. Death can also be personified as an assassin lurking in every corner. In Death as Assassin (1851), wood engravings depict its relentless pursuit—reminding us that life is fleeting and unpredictable. Yet amidst these dark portrayals lies hope and tenderness—the delicate balance between life and death. The Young Girl and Death (c.