Just a reminder that the Nuclear Tesuji is a thing, and that table-flipping and rage-quitting are by no means modern phenomenons.
EDIT: Found two more.
Francis Alys - Fabiola (2008)
“The story of St. Fabiola, a 4th-century Roman aristocrat from the Fabia family who is supposed to have been an early Mother Teresa, became popular in the late 19th century, and an 1885 portrait of her by a French academician (which is now lost) has since been endlessly copied around the world.
Appearing on postcards, posters and religious trinkets, Fabiola has been a beloved subject for countless painters, most of them amateurs. The portrait’s format is almost always the same: Fabiola is seen in profile facing left, her head covered by a rich red veil.
Mr. Alys, who was born in Belgium in 1959 and moved to Mexico City in 1990, began collecting Fabiola paintings—as the genre is called—about 15 years ago, buying them at thrift shops, flea markets and antiques stores primarily in Mexico and Europe. He has previously shown his collection three times, when it was much smaller; the current presentation includes more than 300 works.”
Namazu e / Unknown
大都會無事（おほつゑふじ） 絵師不明 1855年
“大ちしん大さわぎそのときあちこと火事がてゝ四方八方きやうてんし家／＼つぶれてござりませんむすびをしてくれた用意のにぎりめしおさきへたべませう やれ／＼しぶといぢしんめといふうちになんのてもなく一トつぶしいのちと金とのとりかへこでやう／＼たすかつた 市中庵静丸章 「火難目石」”
Evening View of Eight Famous Sites at Kanazawa (Buyo Kanazawa hassho yakei)Edo period, 1857
Color woodblock prints, oban triptych
Loquats and Mountain Bird, Chinese painting, album leaf, colours on silk.
Chinese Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279). Artist unknown.
Utagawa Kunisada 歌川国貞
Actor Ichimura Takenojô V as both Monju’s Monkey and a Girl on the Road to Edo「文殊猿」・「街道下り」五代目市村竹之丞