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Disability, or should we say impairment, has been a key source of depiction in art for centuries.  In Art History, Disability and impairment is plentiful: never have so many physical features been used as a metaphor, an archetype or a mere stereotype.  

The depiction of impairment is a key resource for many an artist, from the greats to the forgotten, from the straight white male to the radical alternative.   No possible depiction of disability has been spared representation in, almost always, the most simplistic and counter-productive way.   We, here, have added as many as we have come across and will continue to add to it as we come across more...