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Gerhard Richter, „Bananen“ (1982)

Pallas Athena plays the Xasophone ~460 BC, Louvre Paris

King Richard II carrying the holy synthesizer to Rome. Tilman Riemenschneider, Nürnberg 1502

Our Lord Jesus Christ blessing the Sacred Synthesizer of Constantinople Byzantine Mosaic, ~1000 AD


Something better. I tried hard to get from AI a promptography of an iranian woman tearing off the turban of a Mullah, or Mullahs lying on the floor in front of an iranian woman without headscarf. I didn’t get useful results. (AI’s p.c. politics will make it more and more useless)
But then an Iranian woman gave me the idea that dogs in Iran count, like swines, as filthy and lower animals. Pictures of old Iranian men under attack of dogs would be a clear symbol for the purpose of the Iranian revolt. Here it is, perhaps useful.

Hildegard von Bingens Einweihungsfeier des neugegründeten Klosters Rupertsberg.

Katsushika Hokusai: Return of the Big Yamaha Synthesizer to Honshū (1832)

Tamara de Lempicka, „The Theremin player“ (1930)

Frida Kahlo, self portrait with apes and synthesizer (1940)

Die große Schlacht um den Synthesizer von Lachish