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(al·le·go·ry, the expression by means of symbolic fictional figures and actions of truths or generalizations about human existence; (Merriam-Webster Online))

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Allegories of Pleasure and Pain and of Envy. Allegories of Pleasure and Pain and of Envy.
(This image is half of the whole sketch.)

Physical: 21 x 29 cm.
Pen and ink.
Location: Oxford, Christ Church
Circa: 1483-5

(Popham 118-119)
  

Two Allegories of Envy. Two Allegories of Envy.

Physical: 21 x 29 cm.
Pen and ink.
Location: Oxford, Christ Church
Circa: 1483-5

(Popham 117-118)
  

Allegory: A Crowned Eagle Standing on a Globe and a Wolf Steering a Boat. Allegory: A Crowned Eagle Standing on a Globe and a Wolf Steering a Boat.

Physical: 17 x 28 cm.
Red chalk on brownish-grey paper.
Location: Windsor, Royal Library
Circa: 1510 (?)

(Popham 125)
  

Allegory of Fortuna.

Allegory of Fortuna.

Physical: ? x ? cm.
Silverpoint, pen and ink and wash.
Location: London, British Museum
Circa: 1483

(Goldscheider 31)
   

The Ermin as a Symbol of Purity. The Ermin as a Symbol of Purity.

Physical: Diameter 9.1 cm.
Pen and ink.
Location: Cambirdge, England L. C. G. Clark Collection
Circa: 1490-95

(Heydenreich 62)
 

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