"etchings from the Bizarie by Giovanbatista Bracelli"
Engraving from Bizarrie
Public DomainEngraving from Bizarrie
Engraving from Bizarrie
Public DomainEngraving from Bizarrie

The Bizzarie di Varie Figure was an obscure book by Giovanni Battista Bracelli published in Livorno (Leghorn), Italy in 1624. Bracelli described himself as a Florentine painter.

The illustrations consisted of mostly human, but some animal, figures made up of ribbons, geometric figures, boxes, chains, rags, pots, pans, twigs, drums, bells, and other objects.

The book was rarely mentioned anywhere until rediscovered by Alain Brieux in Paris about 1950, and published in a facsimile edition in 1963.