Stone skull from the Count Frantisek Antonin Spork's spa at Kuks. - stock photo
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Stone skull from the Count Frantisek Antonin Spork's spa at Kuks.

Stone skull from the Count Frantisek Antonin Spork's spa at Kuks. Count Spork was a patron of arts, a notable intellectual of the early 18th C and also a follower of Jansenism, a theology movement that emphasised original sin and predestination. Country of Origin: Czech Republic. Date/Period: early 18th C. Place of Origin: Kuks, Bohemia. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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2353 x 3107 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
8 x 10 inches / 20 x 26 cm

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