The silent groves, from Sibyl Falcon by Edgar Alfred Jepson, 1895.
Halloween c. 1960s
Day 18: pale man #panslabyrinth #paleman #horror #horrorart #inktober #31daysofhorror #painting #watercolor
Jan Gossaert, Agony in the Garden (Oil on canvas), ca. 1510.
Portrait of a Woman Holding a Pencil and a Drawing Book; Robert-Jacques Lefèvre
Russian Ballet, Walter Schnackenberg, Die Kunst für Alle, 1912-13.
some ballet are like otherworldly ceremonies
LP cover of Witchcraft! by Nelson Riddle (1958)
Old Faithful Geyser. Yellowstone N.P.
Postcard, United States of America.
Name: Gilded Roseate
Platform: Anura Leeciferus
Arthur Rackham (English, 1867-1939)
Jorinda & Joringel, Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm, 1900
In the day-time, the witch changed herself into a cat or a screech-owl, but in the evening, she took her human shape again. She could lure wild beasts and birds to her, and then she killed and boiled and roasted them.
Thomas Edmund Harvey’s bookplate, by Cyril Goldie.
From Modern book-plates and their designers, Winter number of the Studio, London, 1898.