of no fixed subtitle
September 30, 2005
15th-16th century woodcuts.
There are more
And a dozen more
The third link notably features
Apes on horseback
, which uses 16th century interactive technology.
15 years ago
First rate link! This stuff always delights me. I enjoyed the apes in particular, though it took me a couple of clicks to realize what was happening.
Ummm, Patita, one's playing the bagpipes and one's got a life preserver? Way cool, I didn't know the LoC did
I love this stuff especially Durer works.
Had to go dig this address up -- the gent who runs the blog
specializes in old books with interesting illustrations, woodcuts and engravings.
I meant with the change in view, BlueHorse. I wasn't focused on their bellies and missed the difference the first time.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this post!!! Durer is magnificent, as is Aesop.