The Struggle for Recognition : On Animal Rights — part six

‘Incostanza. An Allegory of Fickleness’, c. 1617, Abraham Janssens
‘Paysage avec animaux’, 1767, Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg
‘Sea Eagle’s Nest’, 1907, Bruno Andreas Liljefors
‘Sea Eagle’s Nest’, 1907, Bruno Andreas Liljefors
Dulle Griet’ (‘Mad Meg’), 1640s, David Teniers the Younger
‘Étude pour une tête de bélier’, Horace Vernet, (1789–1863)
‘Étude pour une tête de bélier’, Horace Vernet, (1789–1863)
‘The Creation of the Animals’, 1518–19, Raphael (including a unicorn, one of the many species now extinct)
‘Creation of the Animals’, 1550–53, Jacopo Tintoretto

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David Proud

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David Proud is a British philosopher currently pursuing a PhD at the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool, on Hegel and James Joyce.