"My today and each of my yesterdays, my rises and falls, are so diverse that I sometimes feel as if I had lived not one, but several existences, each one different from the others."
Stefan Zweig, from The World of Yesterday (University of Nebraska Press, 1942)
This winged goddess is on a terracotta stand. This was most likely made in Attica. 24.5cm (10 inch.)
Greek, Archaic period, 520 BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum
John Martin - The Country of the Iguanodon. 1837
The stones of Örelid, an Iron Age burial ground with standing stones in a field of rye, Sweden, 1930
Ed Ruscha, Cannabis Twig Horse, 2013. Digital inkjet print. 6.313 x 6.5 in (16.04 x 16.51 cm). Edition of 10. 1 of 1 AP. Courtesy of the artist. Signed and dated on front right.