Death represented.

Death is inevitable and many artists across time and cultures have taken upon themselves to describe their versions of death in their own mediums. 

In this oil painting, made by Hieronymus Bosch, a miser is on the brink of dying as Death comes to meet him. Also an angel offering a cross and a demon with a bag of gold.
In Arnold Bocklin's self portrait he not only painted himself but also Death playing a fiddle in the background. In this painting the artist's reaction to this caused him to interrupt his work.
Hugo Simberg depicted Death, or just dead people as gardeners and their souls as plants that the deceased are nurturing and growing.
In William Holbrook Beard's "Power of Death", Death is represented as a powerful force able to fell any beast. The elephant and tiger, known to be dangerous taken down by Death almost effortlessly.
In Kiss of a Death by Bohumil Kubista, a miserable man is shown being embraced by Death.
Death on a Pale Horse is taken from the book of Revelations as one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
In Japanese culture a Shinigami is death or god of death.
In this painting the artist uses a powerful contrast between Denise and Death. Denise being lovely and pale while Death is rotting and surrounded by corpses.
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