Archivo de la categoría: tumbado

Mujer tumbada completando piedra tumbada

CARMELA GARCÍA. Paraiso 9. http://www.carmelagarcia.com/home

CARMELA GARCÍA. Paraiso 9. http://www.carmelagarcia.com/home

Venus del espejo, Velázquez

Diego Velázquez (1599–1660). La venus del espejo. The Toilet of Venus (“The Rokeby Venus”). 1647–51. oil on canvas. 122.5 × 177 cm (48.2 × 69.7 in). National Gallery

Diego Velázquez (1599–1660). La venus del espejo. The Toilet of Venus (“The Rokeby Venus”). 1647–51. oil on canvas. 122.5 × 177 cm (48.2 × 69.7 in). National Gallery

Photos from Kiss of Death | ART MACABRE DRAWING SALONS

Photos from Kiss of Death | ART MACABRE DRAWING SALONS.

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The Whitechapel Murders | Police Files

Iconic Photos

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It is unclear how many he really killed: as few as five, as many as eleven. His methods were brutal — throats were slashed; organs eviscerated. For almost three years between 1888 and 1891, he terrorized, fascinated, and repulsed the Victorian London and the world beyond, before fading out of history as abruptly as he had entered it. Many a prominent Victorian was accused of being him, but the Whitechapel Murderer was never actually caught, although the abrupt end of his reign of terror suggested that it was interrupted by his death, incarceration, institutionalization, or deportation.

Unlike all other acknowledged victims of Jack the Ripper, Mary Jane Kelly was killed inside, in her apartment at Miller Court. Her face was mutilated — again something not found in four other ‘official’ Ripper victims. For those reasons, whether Mary Jane Kelly was an actual victim of Jack the Ripper has always been…

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