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“At least this lady got out of her coffin before it was lowered into the ground.”
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“One of the most memorably horrific images of death, or rather the presence of it. The fear of being mistaken for dead was a common one during this period and it inspired a host of
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The Premature Burial
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Type: Oil-on-canvas
Style: Romanticism
Medium: Painting
Year Created: 1854
Artist: Antoine Wiertz
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