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Yama, the Lord of Death, holding the Wheel of Life which represents Samsara, or the world Featured Print

Yama, the Lord of Death, holding the Wheel of Life which represents Samsara, or the world

Yama, the Lord of Death, holding the Wheel of Life which represents Samsara, or the world. In the central circle is a snake chasing a pig chasing a rooster chasing the snake which represents craving, hatred and ignorance. The six sections, surrounding the central circle, show representations of the six realms. The three upper realms represent the realms of the gods, the titans and the humans. The three lower realms represent the realms of the animals, hungry ghosts and demons

© Wellcome Collection

A human head dissected: In memoriam . Acrylic painting by R Featured Print

A human head dissected: In memoriam . Acrylic painting by R

A human head dissected: "In memoriam". Acrylic painting by R. Ennis, 2001. The painting was painted as a memorial to a friend of the painter who had died of squamous cell carcinoma, manifested in cancer first of the lip and subsequently of much of the face. Rather than paint a traditional memento mori, the artist decided to create something more positive: an anatomical tribute to the complexity and beauty of the human head. For the anatomical details the artist based his composition on small wax models at La Specola in Florence, while also consulting a pathologist and a surgeon about the layering of the various organs crammed together into the head

© Wellcome Collection / Richard. Ennis

The Grand Viziers Tent. The principle figure is that of the Vizier, seen applying Featured Print

The Grand Viziers Tent. The principle figure is that of the Vizier, seen applying

The Grand Vizier's Tent. The principle figure is that of the Vizier, seen applying his seal to the firman which authorised the British to enter Jerusalem. (L to R) Sir Sidney Smith, Lieutenant Bower, Mr Spurring and Mr Spilsbury 1799, during the Defence of the Ottoman Empire against General Bonaparte

© Wellcome Collection / Francis. B. Spilsbury