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More Art Monday: Skulls and Skeletons

To get you in the Halloween spirit, here are some of our favorite skulls and skeletons from the creepier side of our collection.

Skull Cup (Kapala) and Lid, c. 19th century, Tibet

Skull and Cross Bones,” 17th century, France

The Courtesan Jigokudayū Sees Herself as a Skeleton in the Mirror of Hell;” 1880s, Meiji Period (1868–1912); by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Death Cart (Carreta de la Muerte),” c. 1880–1900, America

The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier),” c. 1639, by Judith Leyster

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