Saturday, May 29, 2010

LeBrun's Animal People c. 1806

Speaking of mutated humanoid animals, you might enjoy these 1806 engravings representing the work of Charles Le Bruns (1619-1690).

L.-J.-M. Morel d'Arleux
Dissertation sur un Traité de Charles Lebrun concernant le Rapport de la Physionomie Humaine avec Celle des Animaux 
Paris, Chalcographie du Musée Napoléon, 1806

6 comments:

  1. Interesting...and sort of creepy.

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  2. Thank you. This is amazing.

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  3. these are genius. what an amazing find. strangely the rabbit-man is the most scary. The owl guy made me lol

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  4. Those are excellent. I was a couple days away of usingthem in a post about the "Beastmen of Nabu".

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  5. Glad you all enjoyed them! I used a couple of them for Gamma World pregen character sheets. I'll post these within the next few days.

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  6. These are great1 There's a guy at my work who looks just like the eagle dude. Creepy! :O

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