Love Triangle, 1915This photographic postcard was a popular item in New York City. It visually told the time-honored tale of a love triangle. The distraught jilted lover found her man walking with his new girlfriend on the street. She shot and killed them both.
I decided to post again for a while…at least until I get bored again.
From Harpers Weekly (Oct. 26, 1861) Jeff Davis Reaping the Harvest.
From Lübecker Totentanz by Bernt Notke.
The danse macabre (Dance of Death) steams from medieval times. It represents that in the end, no one can escape death, no matter their status.
Notke’s painting is one of the most famous.