The Four Horsemen, fifth plate from the series The Apocalypse
Museum purchase, William H. Noble Bequest Fund
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CPLH, Arthur Szyk: Miniature Paintings and Modern Illuminations, 4 Dec 2010 - 27 March 2011.
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Rev. 6:1-8. Four horsemen trample people on the ground. In the foreground, brandishing a pitchfork, rides a skeletal figure, Death. He rides half-naked on a naked horse with a rope bridle, trampling a mitred bishop who is being swallowed by a flaming dragon. Behind him rides a man carrying a set of scales, richly dressed, his horse also richly equipped. Next is a man with sword, wearing a pointed hat and a foreign costume. The last rider draws a bow. He wears robes and a crown with a tassel. The trampled figures are in plain costume.