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Though the art world remains captivated by the mysterious nature of Mendieta's passing, her sister emphasized the importance of removing Ana's work from her life story. "I don't want it to get in the way of the work," she said. "Her death has really nothing to do with her work. Her work was about life and power and energy and not about death."

The Haunting Traces Of A Late Feminist Artist

Ana Mendieta, Untitled Blood and Feathers, 1974 lifetime color photo 10 x 8 inc Estate Ana Mendieta

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Detail of a miniature of a manticore from the Rochester Bestiary, England (Rochester?), c. 1230, Royal MS 12 F XIII, f. 24v

Manticore, English Bestiary (Royal 12 F), author unknown, century, housed at the British Library.

Detail of a miniature of a leucrota, Royal MS 12 F XIII, f. 23r  The leucrota is somewhat confusingly described as having the rear parts of ...

Detail of a miniature of a leucrota, Royal MS 12 F XIII, f. The leucrota is somewhat confusingly described as having the rear parts of .

While dragons and unicorns have long topped the A-list of mythical animals, medieval bestiaries are filled with an assortment of bizarre creatures that are scarcely remembered today. Ever heard of a bonnacon, which attacks its opponents with poisonous dung? Then read on.

A Bestiary Of Largely Forgotten Medieval Creatures

Detail of a miniature of a manticore from a bestiary with theological texts, England, c. 1200 – c. Royal MS 12 C XIX, f.

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