General Images

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Matthias Stom (c. 1600 – after 1652), Saint Jerome Praying, c.1635, oil on canvas, cylinder anamorphosis, oil paint on canvas, collection of Centraal Museum of Utrecht #18448, Utrecht, The Netherlands, photo Ernst Moritz  Matthias Stom (c. 1600 – after 1652), Saint Jerome Praying, c.1635, oil on canvas, collection of Centraal Museum of Utrecht #18448, Utrecht, The Netherlands, photo Ernst Moritz A metal cylinder with anamorphic hand painted images, Museum Waldenburg, Germany. This set had 22 distorted images, painted flat on cardboard, which when viewed from the top of the cylinder the flat surface is seen as a normal picture Color sheet in the Collectione Minici Zotti, Museo del Precinema, Padova, Italy Cover for the 19th century game, Les Anamorphoses, Museo del Precinema, Padova, Italy Anamorph of  a bull seen on a cup reflected from the saucer, Pierre Marly Collection, Paris, France Modern anamorphosis, Hermann Pistor College for Opticians, Jena, Germany The Magic Mirror game, 1860-1880, McLaughlin Brothers, from the collections of The Henry Ford, Dearborn, Michigan Anamorphic portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Scotland Anamorphic image painted on wood, English, circa 1770, Harvard University Collection of Scientific Instruments, Cambridge, MA


Anamorphic pictures, early 18th century, credit © Science Museum / Science & Society Picture Library, All rights reserved, London, UK Johann Koenig (?), cylindrical anamorphosis, Portrait of a Man Standing Before a Balustrade, Germany, c. 1630, Art Cabinet of King Gustave Adolph, copyright Museum Gustavianum, Uppsala University, Sweden. Evidently this was part of a curio cabinet that Phillip Hainhofer arranged to have sent in 1632 as a gift from the city of Augsburg to King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden Modern anamorph, under water reflection showing a naked little ma Hans Holbein the Younger (1498-1543), oil on oak, The Ambassadors, 1533, on display at the National Gallery London, noted on Wikipedia A high resolution depiction of the anamorphic skull in Hans Holbein's "The Ambassadors" Les Anamorphoses, c. 1850 rare hand-colored lithographic anamorphose, an "Optical Illusions" collectable. Seen on LiveAuctioneers.com Anamorphic art toy for children by OOZ & OZ, created by Myrna Hoffman and seen on Wikipedia Anamorph of the top of a column, created by Istvan Orosz and seen on Wikipedia An artwork created by István Orosz and seen on Wikipedia Taken from the Cabinet Cyclopedia, A Treatise on Optics, Part IV, London, 1831, collection of the Optical Heritage Museum of American Optical, Southbridge


Entire display composed of anamorphic art, thought to be from the Seminary of Padua, Safilo Musem, Padua Anamorph of a religious nun, Safilo Musem, Padua Anamorph of a soldier on a horse, Safilo Musem, Padua Man with a long rifle, Safilo Musem, Padua Man in uniform on a horse, Safilo Musem, Padua Chinese man, Safilo Musem, Padua


 


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