Dulle Griet (detail) — David Ryckaert III

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Dulle Griet, 1658 by David Ryckaert III (1612-1661)

Dulle Griet (detail) — David Ryckaert III

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Dulle Griet, 1658 by David Ryckaert III (1612-1661)

Dulle Griet (detail) — David Ryckaert III

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Dulle Griet, 1658 by David Ryckaert III (1612-1661)

Dulle Griet (detail) — David Ryckaert III

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Dulle Griet, 1658 by David Ryckaert III (1612-1661)

Dulle Griet (detail) — David Ryckaert III

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 Dulle Griet, 1658 by David Ryckaert III (1612-1661)

Untitled — Zdzisław Beksiński

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The Mass Demon — Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern

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A Procession of Diabolical Creatures — Cornelis Saftleven

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St. Wolfgang and the Devil — Michael Pacher

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Fairies in a Bird’s Nest (Detail) — John Anster Fitzgerald

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Pandora’s Box — Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

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Demonic images from the Compendium rarissimum totius Artis Magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos Artis hujus Magistros. Anno 1057. Noli me tangere

L0076385 A compendium about demons and magic. MS 1766.

Water color images from Compendium rarissimum totius Artis Magicae sistematisatae per celeberrimos Artis hujus Magistros. Anno 1057. Noli me tangere, which, despite that claim to 1057, was probably produced in the late 18th century. See the whole book at Wellcome Library. Via Idea Fixa. 

L0076362 Illustration of Beelzebub, MS 1766

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Detail from the Last Judgment — Hans Memling

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Saint Michael Triumphs over the Devil (Detail) — Bartolomé Bermejo

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Demons Armed with Sticks (Detail from the Isenheim Altarpiece) — Matthias Grünewald