.
0104605
JESTER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
.
0076912
MISER AND USURER, 1568.
The money fool, who practices usury and hoards his money. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
.
0036299
PULLMAN STRIKE CARTOON.
'The Vanguard of Anarchy.' Cartoon by W.A. Rogers, July 1894, potraying Eugene V. Debs, Governor Atlgeld of Illinois, Governor Wait of Colorado, and Senator William Alfred Peffer of Kansas, as fools and clowns.
.
0061809
DANCE OF FOOLS.
After an illumination in a 13th century English manuscript.
.
0046059
LEYSTER: THE JESTER.
Judith Leyster (1609-1660): The Jester. Oil on canvas.
.
0038351
PARABLE OF VIRGINS.
'Give us your oil, for our lamps are gone out.' The parable of five wise and five foolish virgins (Matthew 25: 1-13). Line engraving, 1843, after a painting by Godfried Schalcken (1643-1706).
.
0244190
PLANT.
Plants Engravings from the 18th / 19th century Poisonous plants: belladonna (1-3), meadow saffron (4-6), poison hemlock (7), and fool's parsley (8) - colored copper engraving - 18th century.
.
0241065
CELEBRATION.
Italy - Latium Lazio 1870-/1861-70 Kirchenstaat Stato Pontifico Papal State - Rom Roma Rome: Carnival, procession trough the city - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 09/1903 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
.
0076804
JESTER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
.
0060542
SHAKESPEARE: LEAR, 17th C.
King Lear and the Fool in Act III, scene 2 of William Shakespeare's 'King Lear'.
.
0266249
ENGLAND: PANTOMIME, 1850.
Scene from the pantomime, 'The Merry Wives of Windsor; or, Harlequin and Sir John Falstaff,' at the Surrey Theatre in London. Engraving, English, 1850.
.
0172871
ASSINIBOIN DANCERS, 1906.
Two Assiniboin boys wearing the costumes of a leader (right) and a warrior of the Fool's Dance Society, on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana. They both have whistles in their mouths, and the boy at right holds a deer hoof rattle. Photographed by Sumner W. Matteson, July 1906.
.
0005082
JOHN RICH (1682-1761).
English actor, father of English pantomine. Dancing the role of Harlequin under the stage name of Lun. Engraving, English, 1818.
.
0095617
CHRISTMAS FEAST, 1838.
'Bringing in the Boar's Head.' English wood engraving, 1838.
.
0155896
NANA MOUSKOURI AND CHANTAL KELLY.
singers Nana Mouskouri and Chantal Kelly during songs recording session for April Fool's Day march 30, 1966. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
.
0157998
POISSON D' AVRIL.
Paper fish stuck in the back for april fool 's joke in Paris march 30, 1972. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
.
0039117
KING LEAR, 19th CENTURY.
King Lear and the Fool. Illustration by Felix O.C. Darley (1822-1888) to William Shakespeare's 'King Lear.'
.
0057550
TILL EULENSPIEGEL (d. 1350).
German traditional figure. Line engraving, 19th century, after the carving on his tombstone in Mölln, Germany.
.
0129459
ANNA IVANOVNA (1693-1740).
Empress of Russia, 1730-40. Entertainment at a ball at the court of Empress Anna (at right). Line engraving, 19th century.
.
0115980
NAVAJO RITUAL, c1905.
Navajo man dressed in hemlock boughs and mask associated with the rain god Tonenili, the 'Water Sprinkler.' Photographed by Edward S. Curtis. c1905.
.
0061810
A COURT FOOL, 1552.
Woodcut form Sebastian Munster's 'Cosmographia Universalis,' Basel, Switzerland, 1552.
.
0034283
MEISSONIER: POLICHINELLE.
Oil on canvas, 1860.
.
0053410
BRANT: SHIP OF FOOLS, 1570.
Woodcut title page of an English edition of Sebastian Brant's "Ship of Fools" first published, 1494, in Alsace, 1570.
.
0097061
PHYSIOGNOMY, 1533.
Noses of vain and lustful men. Woodcut, 1533, from Bartolommeo Cocles' 'Physiognomonia.'
.
0091147
FLYING MACHINE.
Airship invented by Jean Pierre Francois Blanchard in the 18th century.
.
0116964
SHAKESPEARE: KING LEAR.
King Lear, Kent, the Fool, and Edgar, disguised as a beggar, in Act III Scene VI of William Shakespeare's 'King Lear.' Wood engraving, English, 1881, after Sir John Gilbert, digitally colored by Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
.
0266263
THEATER: PANTOMIME, 1851.
Scene from the pantomime, 'Mr. and Mrs. Briggs; or, Punch's Festival,' at Astley's Theatre in London. Engraving, English, 1851.
.
0098757
MAGAZINE: VANITY FAIR.
Issue of 'Vanity Fair' magazine from 1926.
.
0323700
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Various samples of printed scenes printed and sold by Thomas Richardson, English, 19th century.
.
0071127
SCOTT: IVANHOE, 1832.
Gurth and the Jester from Sir Walter Scott's 'Ivanhoe. Steel engraving, English, 1832.
.
0096775
CHACUN Ā SON GOUT.
Everyone to his taste. Steel engraving, English, 19th century, after James Stephanoff (1788-1874).
.
0336031
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Jester, bronze statue. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
.
0361072
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Bears and jesters, decorative elements of the chimes of the clock tower (1530), Bern (Unesco World Heritage List, 1983), Canton of Bern, Switzerland. Full Credit: De Agostini / C. Sappa / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
.
0060244
A COURT FOOL.
After an illumination from a 15th century French manuscript.
.
0057895
A COURT FOOL.
After an illumination from a 15th century French manuscript.
.
0260139
GOTHIC FIGURES, c1230.
The Tempter seducing one of the foolish virgins (Matthew 25:1-13). Gothic column figures from the south west portal of Strasbourg Cathedral in France, c1230.
.
0037848
BARBIER: FETES GALANT 1928.
Illustration by George Barbier for a 1928 edition of 'Fetes Galantes,' by Paul Verlaine.
.
0255972
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA, USA.
The parade king and queen and their attendants watch the pageant. Jacob J. Gayer.
.
0254901
NUREMBERG, BAVARIA, GERMANY.
Two people stand on one of the staircases to the Nuremberg Castle. Hans Hildenbrand.
.
0098513
SYMBOL: MARDI GRAS.
Mardi Gras mask.
Next Page