The Occult in Art  

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This page The Occult in Art is part of the mysticism series. Illustration to the Speculum Sophicum Rhodostauroticum (1618) by Teophilus Schweighardt Constantiens
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This page The Occult in Art is part of the mysticism series.
Illustration to the Speculum Sophicum Rhodostauroticum (1618) by Teophilus Schweighardt Constantiens

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The Occult in Art (1990) is an art history book by Owen S. Rachleff with an introduction by Isaac Bashevis Singer, first published by Cromwell Editions in London.

This lavishly printed book is an extensive study of significant works of art that were inspired by occult themes. The book covers both old masterworks and works by contemporary artists.



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