Henry Wilson and James Caulfield

francis trovillou - the horned man 7856045606_c288dd8f5a_c


Illustrations from  ‘The Book of Wonderful Characters: Memoirs and Anecdotes of Remarkable and Eccentric Persons in all Ages and Countries, Chiefly from the Text of Henry Wilson and James Caulfield’ (1869)

Francis Trovillou, The Horned Man

Joseph Clark, The famous Posture Master

Barbara Urslerin, The Hairy faced Woman


  1. Carlos Limon
    Posted August 5, 2013 at 1:55 am | Permalink

    Carlos Limon

    Hi my name is Carlos Limon (visual artist from Mexico city) and my interest is to work with your

    excellent art space since their concept is very innovative, bold and brilliant.

    About my work is created by processes of imaging technology

    (3d software), even in experimental technology (augmented reality) and

    classical processes such as oil and egg tempera so merging the past and the

    future classic art design to yield a metaphor for my

    perception of our society and the concept of humanity. Summarizing

    is seeking BASICS THE SPIRIT (drawing, oil etc) in LO

    TRIVIAL OR INDUSTRIALIZED (a render done in plotter softwre generated 3d).

    Aesthetically I am influenced by pop surrealist (Ryden, Ray Caesar, etc.)

    and Italian and Japanese minimalism and artists as well Zaha Hadid etc.

    as well as classical painters like Delacroix or preraphaelite brotherhood or

    Frida Kahlo (from Mexico).

    By now I have scheduled a show at the city border Tijuana Mexico – U.S. in December,

    I am currently work and developed technology . I am looking art

    spaces in which to display my work (individual or collective exhibitions) as well as

    representation or selling through of galleries and art dealers and thus spread my work.

    I also worked in Mexico with art gallery space X. If you need more information about my work please contact me .

    Some of my work can also be found in the following links





  2. chris van daarboven
    Posted August 17, 2013 at 3:51 pm | Permalink

    ik ga denk ik wel naar die tento in Tijuana

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