that Changed the World


  Lascaux Caves Manesse illuminated Massys Callot Friedrich Picasso
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From Lascaux to Warhol

"Miseries of War"


Jacques Callot

"La Vie des Soldats"

The Small Miseries of War (1632-1633)




Camp scene


Attack on the highway


Devastation of a monastery


Pillaging and burning a village


Revenge of the peasants


The Hospital



"La Vie des Soldats"

The Large Miseries of War (1632-1633)

(The Miseries of War - after 18 prints by Jacques Callot engraved by Leon Schenk 90 x 185 mm)
Part I


Title page


The Recruitment of Troops


The Battle


Scene of pillage


Plundering a large farmhouse


Destruction of a convent


Plundering and burning a village


Attack on a coach



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