Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Monday, July 12, 2021

Ernst Fuchs - Griffin and Dragon, 1960-69

Ernst Fuchs - Griffin and Dragon, 1960-69 Ernst Fuchs was one of the first artists shared on this site way back in early 2006.

Witches' Sabbath, 18th Century

Witches' Sabbath, 18th Century

Sunday, July 11, 2021

Scene from Faust

Scene from Faust, undated Artist and date unknown.

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Russian Satirical Illustration, 1906

Russian Satircal Illustration, 1906 You can see additional Russian satirical magazine illustrations from early 20th century in this previous post.

Monday, June 28, 2021

J. J. Grandville - Satire on Taxation, May 1833

J. J. Grandville -  Satire on Taxation, May 1833 "Satire on taxation, showing monsters personifying taxes devoring people in an arena, while smartly dressed people look on from above; in the background, at right, Louis Philippe and some of his ministers, including Soult, D'Argout, Madier de Montjau, Barthe and Thiers, watch from a balcony; plate 10 from La Caricature's 'Association mensuelle lithographique'. May 1833" 

 Artwork found at The British Museum.

Friday, June 25, 2021

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Marcel Roux (1878 -1922)

Marcel Roux - Offering to Moloch, 1908Offering to Moloch, 1908
  Marcel Roux - Ambush, 1909Ambush, 1909
  Marcel Roux - Girl of Pleasure, 1909Girl of Pleasure, 1909
  Marcel Roux - The Weird Orchestra, 1904The Weird Orchestra, 1904
  Marcel Roux - The Spider, 1910, Version 1The Spider, 1910, Version 1
  Marcel Roux - The Spider, 1910, Version 2The Spider, 1910, Version 2
  Marcel Roux - The Spider, 1910, Version 3The Spider, 1910, Version 3
  Marcel Roux - Satan's Slave, 1907Satan's Slave, 1907
  Marcel Roux - Evening Beast, 1900-22Evening Beast, 1900-22
  Marcel Roux - The Grim Reaper, 1907The Grim Reaper, 1907
  Marcel Roux - The Forest of Vice, 1907The Forest of Vice, 1907
  Marcel Roux - Only Refuge, 1904Only Refuge, 1904 

 A few other works by Marcel Roux can be viewed in this previous post.

Many of these artworks were found at Rijks Museum.

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Cvijeta Job - Illustrations from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975

Cvijeta Job - Illustration 05, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 10, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 09, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 07, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 08, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 04, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 03, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 02, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 01, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975 Cvijeta Job - Illustration 06, from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlic-Mazuranic, 1975

”The story is about a grandfather and his three grandchildren. They have to choose between good and evil where good represents the god Svarozic who is the son of the god Svarog. The evil represents the master of anger. His name was Bjesomar. The purpose of these stories is to find the meaning of what one’s heart desires.” 
- quote source and images found thanks to Notes From A Superfluous Man. 

You can view the complete art from this book here. 

Below are a few additional artworks by the artist..
  Cvijeta Job - Illustration for Mira Boglic's Suma Od Koralja - Zagreb, Nasa DjecaIllustration for Mira Boglic's Suma Od Koralja - Zagreb, Nasa Djeca
  Cvijeta Job - Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić - Stribor's Forest, 1981Illustration for Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić - Stribor's Forest, 1981