Allegory of Human Life (Hans Baldung)  

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"Allegory of Human Life"[1] is the title given to a print by Hans Baldung Grien, a woman walks on sticks, two globes are tied beneath her feet which makes walking difficult, a cupid is prodding her from behind, in what seem to be her pudenda. The print is housed at the Albertina, Vienna, says Sexuality in Western Art.



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