Eye Candy Archives


Friday 12/5/17
The Brightening Light…

Between the rain, the clouds, the light gets ever brighter as we tumble towards the Solstice….
Here is to the beauty of these sweet moments.


Crows Abbey – Peyop

Raven II Stephanie Pun Mui -Law

Kate Baylay, The Secret History

K.C. Cave

Abraham Saakian

Jay Holden – Blue Sky – Clockwork Heart

Jan Matsys, Judith with the head of Holophernes, 16th century

Mihály Zichy The Triumph of the Genius of Destruction 1878

Em Wood – 邸宅 Viron – The Well

Atropine by Federico Bebber

Agostino Arrivabene – Canto Infernale

Cheri Herouard


Agostino Arrivabene – Proserpina Wetnurse

Apollonia Saintclair 436 – 20131210 The escale at Monastirion (Stopover in Monastirion)


Boris Pelcer

Tim Okamura

(Robert Demachy (1859–1936) Nu drapé, 1910. Bibliothèque nationale de France.)

A Woman’s Honour

Love bade me hope, and I obeyed;
Phyllis continued still unkind:
Then you may e’en despair, he said,
In vain I strive to change her mind.

Honour’s got in, and keeps her heart,
Durst he but venture once abroad,
In my own right I’d take your part,
And show myself the mightier God.

This huffing Honour domineers
In breasts alone where he has place:
But if true generous Love apppears,
The hector dares not show his face.

Let me still languish and complain,
Be most unhumanly denied:
I have some pleasure in my pain,
She can have none with all her pride.

I fall a sacrifice to Love,
She lives a wretch for Honour’s sake;
Whose tyrant does most cruel prove,
The difference is not hard to make.

Consider real Honour then,
You’ll find hers cannot be the same;
‘Tis noble confidence in men,
In women, mean, mistrustful shame.
Lord John Wilmot


Wednesday 10/5/17

A Parade Of Dreams…. Often when falling asleep, images, emotions from dreams recent and ancient rise up… here is to that moment when one falls into the pillow that is but a Parade Of Dreams…


All Are Welcome Who Enter Here….

アトルガンの秘宝 (HidenTreasures of Aht Urhgan) Cover art – Yoshitaka Amano, 2006

Gustave Dore, The Descent of the Spirit (detail), XIX.

Dolorosa Claudia Susana -Echo Nitto Litto

The Lovers, by Chuang Moolpinit

Zeus seduces Olympias. Fresco by Giulio Romano between 1526 and 1534, in Palazzo del Te, Mantua, Italy.

Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Mu Pan


The Last of England, 1855 by Ford Madox Brown

“There were opium-dens, where one could buy oblivion, dens of horror where the memory of old sins could be destroyed by the madness of sins that were new.”  – Oscar Wilde

“It is not opium which makes me work but its absence, and in order for me to feel its absence it must from time to time be present.” – Antonin Artaud


“Among the remedies which it has pleased Almighty God to give to man to relieve his sufferings, none is so universal and so efficacious as opium.”  – Thomas Sydenham

“They passed a bed of opium poppies, dispetaled now; the round, ripe seedheads were brown and dry – like Polynesian trophies, Denis thought; severed heads stuck on poles.”  – Aldous Huxley

“I am burning myself up and will always do so.” – Jean Cocteau


Hans Hassenteufel – Halbakt mit Tamburin

Jean Agelou, Series 14
Jean Agelou – JA Script Series 14.

Caer Llwydd. Absinthe In The Evenings…

Erich von Gotha

Martin Sharp

Cosmè Tura, The Madonna of the Zodiac, 1459-63

Martin Sharp

The Eternals – John Thompson

Agostino Arrivabene – Rapture (Ganymede)

Turnbull Bindings: Early German
Amongst the Alexander Turnbull Library’s rare books collection are a number of 15th- and 16th-century northern European blind-stamped bindings. This particular example fits the Germanic style of the period, but thanks to some research by Anthony Tedeschi, Curator of Rare Books and Fine Printing, we are able to add further details.
The decorative stamps, and the gryphon motif in particular, are associated with the bookbinder known as the ‘Haller-Meister’ who was active in Nuremberg between 1478 and 1517. The floral-patterned catchplates, too, are often associated with Nuremberg in style.
What makes the discovery even more exciting is that the book was also printed in Nuremberg by Anton Koberger in 1482, so it appears likely the binding is original and has protected the contents for the last 535 years.
Astesanus de Ast, Summa de casibus conscientiae. Ed: Bartholomaeus de Bellatis and Gometius de Ulixbona. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 11 May 1482, Alexander Turnbull Library,


Tuesday 9/5/17
Early Summer Rush….

Another entry, going in a different direction.  I may return to themes soon.   They all bear fruit, but what a variety!
More soon, I hope you enjoy the early harvest!

Sterling Rub -, REDRIP, 2011

The Helvetians Force The Romans To Pass Under The Yoke by Charles Gleyre

The Helvetians Force The Romans To Pass Under The Yoke by Charles Gleyre

Self-Portrait with Gray Felt Hat, Vincent van Gogh

Santiago Caruso

Sans titre Anonyme, vers 1900 Tirage argentique, 12,8 x 15,8 cm Collection privée

Roberto Ferri

Roberto Ferri

Public Image Ltd., NYC, 1981 Courtesy of the Artist and Steven Kasher Gallery, New York

Frida in Contemplation…

Perseus with the Head of Medusa Bronze, Florence 01

Perseus with the Head of Medusa Bronze, Florence

Photo: Sergey Litovkin

Parmigianino, The Conversion of Saint Paul, 1527-8.

Nymphs dancing to Pan’s flute by Joseph Tomanek

French Erotica…

French Erotica

Mary Henderson – Boat 2011 Oil on Panel


Ohara Koson (1877-1945)

P. Muller – Acrylics


Laura Alma-Tadema – The Persistent Reader

Helmut Newton, Untitled 1976, Polaroid SX-70 © Helmut Newton Estate

ohn Roddam Spencer Stanhope – The Temptation Of Eve

Devil’s Bridge, Swansea, Wales

Sunday 7/5/17
To Evoke A Little Magick...
All acts of creation, of art can be perceived as magickal acts. To assemble this offering one might say that I have evoked the magick in each piece… Some wonderful art here today, enjoy it. More Soon!

She comes! I hear the rustling of her gown;
I scent the odor of her breath’s delicious fragrance;
I mark her step divine—her curious eyes a-turning, rolling,
Upon this very scene.
– Walt Whitman

So what does the cosmic ouija board say about the art offerings today? Dive In!

Quantum Hare II – Eric Roux-Fontaine


Max Ernst (1891–1976), Woman, Old Man and Flower, 1923-24.

Marco Busoni Tutt’Art

Agostino Arrivabene
Theofania 2013 ( study) oil, gold leaf on cardboard . Cm 32×22

Mappa dell’Inferno, one of the parchments that Sandro Botticelli designed and painted to illustrate The Divine Comedy between 1480 and 1490, currently preserved in Rome

Magnum Chaos represented by Lorenzo Lotto, at the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo

Lucas Cranach (Northern Renaissance Painter, 1472-1553) and his workshop Princess Elizabeth of Saxony

Lucas Cranach the Elder

Les Herbes Tueuses, 2009 – Moebius

La Nymphe et le Satyre

Hans Hoffmann, A Hedgehog, before 1584

Ken Russell’s The Devils, 1971

Heinz von Perckhammer. The Culture of the Nude in China. Book of 32 works

Workshop of Pierre Mignard, Portrait of a court lady (detail), c.1680

William L. Finley, Mother hummingbird, 1908

Violet Vanbrugh as Lady Macbeth

Vee Speers

The night knows no dawn by Brandon Geurts. American artist.

Buachaille Etive Mòr – Scotland

Dean Cornwell – Story illustration – 1918

Agostino Arrivabene

From “INTIMA” project – Frances Cobertola

Louis Marcoussis (1883-1941), ‘Colloque Sentimental’, from ”Le Rire”, Aug. 18, 1908

“In the deserted park, silent and vast,
Erewhile two shadowy glimmering figures passed.

Their lips were colorless, and dead their eyes;
Their words were scarce more audible than sighs.

In the deserted park, silent and vast,
Two spectres conjured up the buried past.

‘Our ancient ecstasy, do you recall?“
Why, pray, should I remember it at all?’

‘Does still your heart at mention of me glow?
Do still you see my soul in slumber?’ ‘No!’

‘Ah, blessed, blissful days when our lips met!
You loved me so!’ ‘Quite likely,–I forget.’

‘How sweet was hope, the sky how blue and fair!’
‘The sky grew black, the hope became despair.’

Thus walked they ‘mid the frozen weeds, these dead,
And Night alone o’erheard the things they said.

– Paul Verlaine (1844-1896), published in 1869
Saturday 6/5/17
“Everything but the Kitchen Sink”
I find the excursions and directions that I am taken in selecting these pieces to be both exhilarating, exciting, frustrating and rewarding simultaneously. The real danger is in repetition of theme. You have to work against that, but allow the aesthetics to assert themselves, and at times that is in patterns… I have about the same amount of images chosen for this entry, not on display… perhaps tomorrow?
Feedback is welcome, let me know what you think about this project, please.


Adam Pizurny

New Guinea

Jacobello Alberegno – Polyptych of the Apocalypse. Detail. 1375 – 1397

Suyeon Na aka 나수연 (Korean, b. 1980, Jeonju, South Korea, based Brooklyn, NY, USA) – Flow, 2015 Gouache, Watercolors, Fabrics, Sequins, Collage on Paper

Lascaux paintings, between 17.000 – 18.600 b.C

Analog. Sam Bea

Mr David Crystalface – Tree Of Life

The dancer Nikolska on the Acropolis, Athens 1929. 02

The dancer Nikolska on the Acropolis, Athens 1929

The dancer Nikolska on the Acropolis, Athens 1929. 02

Dino Valls (Zaragoza, Spain, 1959)

Burlesque dancer Bubbles Darlene, 1950

Francesco del Cossa & Cosme Tura (1469-70)

Felice Casorati, Nudo (Nudo disteso che legge). 1943

Fernand Khnopff (with Joséphin Péladan) – Ishtar. A study for the frontispiece of the book by Péladan. 1888

I posit that Cirillo Damian with his work: Hashishan was giving a nod to: Rashīd ad-Dīn Sinān (Arabic: رشيد الدين سینان )

‘The Heavens as they were on April 25, 1384 (CE)’ by the Persian polymath Mahmud ibn Yahya ibn al-Hasan al-Kashi ( 1410 – 11 C.E.)

Emile Fabry (1865-1966), La Danse

Agostino Arrivabene – Europa

Agostino Arrivabene -Eserciti Di Denti Stridenti

Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches by Charles Godfrey Leland 1899

‘Male Nude’, Paul Cadmus (1904-1999), 1951

Artwork by Adam S Doyle Motion Effects by rexisky


Forever Friday 5/5/17
Whoa… I stumbled into some wonderful art, and because there was so much I had to edit down, but still this offering is larger than usual.  More Beauty Coming Soon!

I hope you enjoy!

(Of course we start with a squirrel…)


Ekaterinya Vladinakova

Satiiiva aka Danya (Russia) – Slough, 2012

Gifs from Adam Pizurny Top Cobweb Heads, new series

Gifs from Adam Pizurny Top Cobweb Heads, new series

Gifs from Adam Pizurny Top Cobweb Heads, new series

Gifs from Adam Pizurny Top Cobweb Heads, new series

Gifs from Adam Pizurny Top Cobweb Heads, new series

Andrey Remnev – The Blue God

Burning Eyes by Ronald Restituyo

Pond at Miramare by Karl Hofmann (1852-1926)

Dalibor Andres

Frederic Soulacroix (1858-1933), The Rose

Giovanni Gastel, Untitled (Angelo 7)

Giovanni Gastel, Untitled (Angelo 8).

Gate of the Infinite by Legh Mulhall Kilpin (1855-1919)

Andrés Borella

Roberto Ferri, The Ritual, 2016.

Roman Tika Krugliinski

Marie Stevens

Tomasz Alen Kopera

“Sand Line“ – Yousef Masoud

Pauline Starke in Egyptian Assuit


Thursday Offerings: 4/5/17

A very diverse group of offerings, from 40,000 BCE up to 2017 ACE… Art evolves yet remains the same. It is that which we do when we are not struggling for survival, though some artist would disagree… But as a species, all that is done for pleasure, and to create could be called art.

“Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist.” – Rene Magritte

Thank you for joining us here in this celebration of art…

The Lowenmensch (Lion Man) Figure – The oldest known uncontested example of figurative art – 40,000 BC

Ganesha – Saryth Chareonpanichkul.

Roberto Ferri – Lucifer

Vladimir Kush

Don Pablo Pedro

The Birth of Venus, Henry Courtney Selous, 1852

Theda Bara sprinkles rose petals over her latest victim in A Fool There Was (1915).

Cleopatra by Michelangelo, 1533

Cleopatra by William Henry Margetson

Sarah Sitkin

Marion Collier (née Huxley) by John Collier, 1883 (detail)

Theda Bara sprinkles rose petals over her latest victim in A Fool There Was (1915).

Alfons Mucha, photography study, circa 1900

Alexandra Dvornikova

Gonkar Gyatso (Tibetan, b. 1961, Lhasa, Tibet, based in New York, NY, USA) – 13,472 Prayers, 2015 Stickers, Oil Markers, and Pencil on treated fine art Paper

Icarus, 1906 by Sascha Schneider (Rudolph Karl Alexander Schneider) (German, 1870–1927)

The famous Mata Hari, actress, exotic dancer, courtesan and spy, in Paris, 1910′s

Chet Baker playing at a club in Los Angeles, 1955, photo by Carole Reiff

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire


A Garden Of Delights…
Wednesday 3/5/17
Putting these entries together in the morning makes a difference…

Josephine Baker in a Jean Patou evening gown, 1929

Flores Ephemeri 1784

Rusalka’ by Kaelycea

Cosmic Egg by AngelaRizza

Marina Podgaevskaya

Marina Podgaevskaya

Simon Lohmeyer

Lin Onus (Australian, 1948-1996), Evening Reflections. Synthetic polymer paint on paper on board, 49.5 x 37 cm.

Your Beautiful Eyes – Suren Manvelyan

Atelier Manasse

Detail from Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan by Alexandre Charles Guillemot, 1827

Amano Yoshitaka

Ural Owl (Strix uralensis) by Heinz-Dieter

Ms Eva Green…

YabYum – Paul Kagan, 1967 Family Dog Productions

Medea (detail)
Frederick Sandys

Medea – Frederick Sandys


Tuesday 2/5/17 I hope your May Day was a quiet one.  Lots of art today, enjoy!

Rolf Armstrong (US, 1889 – 1960) – Cover art 1912

Pythagoreans Celebrate Sunrise, 1869 by Fyodor Bronnikov (Russian, 1827–1902)

John Totleben

Portrait of Mumtaz Mahal, circa 17th-18th century

Summoning the Eloi – The Time Machine (1960)

Paul Rumsey

Frescoes from the Ajanta Caves, circa 2nd-1st century BC

Coffee & Cream – Serge Marshennikov

In That Moment 1965 Bernard Cohen born 1933 Purchased 1965 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T00800

Olga Yefremova

French School, Nude with Pink Roses (Detail), 1900

Equality Before Death 1848 – William-Adolphe Bouguereau

“I’d rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.” – Dorothy Parker


Aphrodite in a seashell, from a fresco in Pompeii circa 79 AD


The Daily For The Saturday…
Beltaine, Soon!
Saturday 29/4/17

Gwrych Castle – Wales (by Einir)

Rupert Bunny

Beltaine Soon!
Fyre-Witch performs the Rites of Nusku during the Dark of the Moon

Józef Chełmoński, Odlot żurawi, 1871.

“She saw the Lindworm for the first time as he came in and stood by her side.”
Illustrated by Kay Nielsen (1886-1957) for “Prince Lindworm,” from East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales of the North, 1914.

The Rolling Stones by Guy Webster

Honda Brothers in cherry blossom storm, Tokyo, 1994, Nan Goldin

Tim Curry, 1974, Joe Gaffney….
My Mary worked with Tim at Citizens Theatre in Glasgow, and on the original production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in London.

Boy with Two Glasses, 1939, Herbert List

Guelta d’archei, Sahara

(Street art in Rome)

Mr. Bukowski I presume..


Tangier, 1942, Nicolas Muller

I really, really like Apollonia Saintclair’s illustrations.  These are very “Vanilla”… to some of the images that she creates…. You must look her work up.  Well worth it.  Her works are wild, and free.  Bless Her Heart!

Apollonia Saintclair


Apollonia Saintclair

Apollonia Saintclair – L’impérieuse (Imperious)

Apollonia Saintclair

Apollonia Saintclair

Apollonia Saintclair

Apollonia Saintclair – Moon



A Sensual World… Where are we going with these postings? I hope that we are exploring new continents of beauty… Today has been a meditation on the fragility of moments, and shared times.  Here is to love, here is to the beauty, and… HERE IS TO NOW.

Sweet David… I miss him still. For the beauty!

The Third Man (1949)

Zdzislaw Beksinski

Jeremy Mann

Jeremy Mann

Jeremy Mann

Paul Delvaux – The Sleeping Venus (1944)

Louis Treserras, Yvonne

Anto Carte (Belgian, 1886 – 1954)
Federation of Walloon Artists – Mons Exhibition – Autumn, 1913
Gouache, 64 x 46,8 cm

Frank Eugene – Adam and Eve 1900

Hannah Yata – Honey

El cargador de Robie Espinoza


John Duncan (1866 – 1945) – Force and Reason

In the style of the Viennese Peter Fendi (1796-1842).

Vivid Vivka

Toshiyuki Enoki

Sunday & Monday 23-24/4/17
Ah…. I may have to rename this page.  Suggestions?  A larger than average offering of diverse images.  Some new discoveries, some artist I have loved forever.  I hope you enjoy!

Toshiyuki Enoki

Ikenaga Yasunari

Ikenaga Yasunari

The Angel Of Perpetual Delight…

Daniel Merriam

Pavel Orinyansky. Russian artist

Paul Delvaux

Michael Parkes – Falling

Michael Dweck

Martin Van Maële (French, 1863 – 1926), from Les Fluer du Mal

Larry Carlson – Water Waves

Koes Staassen – To Reach and Withdraw (2015)

Marc Fishman

[capton id=”attachment_2524″ align=”alignnone” width=”679″] Marc Fishman, The Goddess Within[/caption]

Manuel Orazi (Italian, 1860 -.1934) – Paris, Le Vasseur, 1934

Radio EarthRites, It Is The Second Coming! ;P

Charlotte Rampling in “The Night Porter”. A most amazing piece of cinema.

Mt. Fuji! You will have to click this one… Thanks to Diana K. for this!


Saturday/22/4//17 Evening…

For Your Pleasure…
Find herein diverse wonders, and pleasures and a piece of art that led to this page being constructed!

A Bit Of Music For Yer Viewin’!
The KVB – Passing By

Prism Barf – Glen Faught

Shinigami – Ayami Kojima

Tom Bagshaw

The Stigmatization of Saint Francis, detail –

Jørgen Boberg (Danish, 1940 – 2009).

Roberto Ferri

Blue sea holly linocut print in hand by Irene Helen MacKenzie

Léon-Joseph-Florentin Bonnat, The Martyrdom of St. Denis (Detail)

Liu YanMing: The Artist Whose Work Gets Banned On FB.  Notice that these all are paintings…

Liu Yanming

Liu Yanming – “Red Cherries”

Liu Yan Ming

The Piece That Got Me Banned For 30 Days… Notice, It is a painting, and not a photograph.

Liu Yan Ming – “Fittest Girl Ever”… Which got me banned from FB for 30 Days.

A wee bit of art for your evening pleasure!
Friday 21/4/17
Bright Blessings,

Liberty Of Soul by Jeffrey Smith Motion Effects by rexisky

Victor G Efimenko (Russian, 1933 – 1994)

Kaja Renkas exhibition, offset lithograph poster, Poland

Rene Bull (Irish, 1872 – 1942), from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

Marcel Chirnoaga (Român, 1930 – 2008)

Parmigianino – Madonna of St. Zachary (detail), 1527-1530

Joseph Cellini – Melusina

Mahlon Blaine (American, 1894 – 1969).

Luigi Russolo (Italian, 1885 – 1947) – Caress – Death, 1908

Incubo by Roberto Ferri

Arthur Prince Spear – The Signs of the Zodiac

The Daily Art For Bicycle Day & Cannabis Day!  19-20/4/17! Enjoy!

They’re Here!

Sveta Dorosheva

Argentinian Artist Diego Gravinese

Carlos Barahona Possollo

Masaaki Sasamoto

Masaaki Sasamoto

Russia. Khokhloma Style Folk Art (1937)

Mira Nedyalkova

Mira Nedyalkova

Spectacular Illustrations by Cornacchia

Spectacular Illustrations by Cornacchia

Male model. Jean Baptiste Wicar. 1762-1837.

Norman Lindsay (Australian, 1879 – 1969) – “Beauty’s Glass”.

Joanna of Castile, aka Joanna the Mad, sister of Katherine of Aragon, 1500

The Undefined…

Tuesday 18/4/17  Another wide ranging group of images!
I hope you enjoy.

Khoa Le

Marianne Stokes – Devaki, Mother of Krishna

Jorge Ignacio Nazábal – Cuban Artist

John Dyer Baizley –
American Artist

Illustration by Sidney Sime (English, 1867 – 1941) for a short story in pall mall magazine, 1908

Harry Clarke

Henry Fuseli (1741 – 1825). Swiss English Symbolist Painter

Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889 – 1931). Illustration of Goethe’s Faust, 1926

Frank Brunner (born February 21, 1949) is an American comic book artist and illustrator best known for his work at Marvel Comics in the 1970s. – Alice

Ernst Stöhr (1860 – 1917) – Ver Sacrum, 1898. Austrian painter, graphic artist, writer and amateur musician

Death portrayed as a highwayman roaming the Thames during the Great Stink (Punch, July, 1858).

Dorothy P. Lathro (American, 1891—1980), illustration for The Three Mulla mulgars, 1919.

Don Ed Hardy

Hey There!  Lots of new art, new artist, new directions.  Let me know on the comments what you think about all of this!  I have so much more to share, please stay tuned!

Monday 17/4/17

Joe A. MacGown – American Artist

Sherilyn Fenn

Jinnn – Korean illustrator

Cécile Reims (French, b. 1927) – Metamorphoses, 1957.

Julius Klinger (Austrian, 1876 – 1942)

Indian 19th Cent painting of woman riding on penis

Aubrey Beardsley (English, 1872 – 1898)

Ego Dominus Tuus, 2014 by David Herrerias. Mexican artist

Ben Tolman – Death. American artist

Frank Cheyne Pape (British, 1878-1972)

Victor G Efimenko (Russian, 1933 – 1994)

Life Ball 2015 Inge Prader

Some interesting pieces for ya today. I do love finding art of various sorts, for ya. Happy Eostre!
Sunday 16/4/17

Thunder & Lightning in mah head!

Charles Robinson

Chiara Bautista

Anne Bachlier

Woodabe’ de la série ‘Nomads in Niger’ – © Terri Gold

William Morris
Love is Enough (or the Freeing of Pharamond) 1873
Forest green cloth with gold stamping
7 ¾ x 5 ½ inches

André Collot

Mira Nedyalkova

Mira Nedyalkova

Mira Nedyalkova

Aubrey Beardsley – Le Morte de Arthur

Laura McPhee

Baldassare Estense – A Young János Corvinus in 1486. 1486
An Italian Early Renaissance Painter, Baldassare Estense (1443-1504}. presumed an illegitimate scion of the house of Este, was the recipient of unusual promotion and rewards from the Dukes of Ferrara. It is not known where he received his artistic education, but he is first documented in 1461 at the court in Milan, where he was at work on portraits of Galeazzo Maria Sforza and his wife. Baldassare specialized in portraiture, recording the features of the Este rulers and their dependents in paintings and medals. Baldassare’s style, to judge from the certain works and from comments by contemporaries, was skillfully naturalistic; his works were elegant and delicate heirs to the International Gothic style, as opposed to the heroic portrait style that flourished in some parts of Italy in the later quattrocento.

Welcome To The Daily Art!  Here Is The Entry For Friday & Saturday! (I have a guest, working on a publishing project)
Fri/Sat; 14-15/4/17

Down The Rabbit Hole!

Utagawa Hiroshige (1857)

Hypnos • Greek Personification of Sleep

Jin Xingye

Lucifer Rising (1972)

Merab Abramishvili, Georgian painter (1957-2006)

Yuko Shimizu cover, ‘The Unwritten – Apocalypse #6’, 2014

Altar of Apocalypse, Master Bertram of Hamburg. Victoria and Albert Museum’s collection, 14th century

Arcane XII ~ Le Pendu. Alexander Andreev’s Tarot.

Salome – Denis Forkas Kostromitin.

This section of The Daily Art is by Willy Pogany Illustrations from Tannhäuser

Illustrations from Tannhäuser. A Dramatic Poem By Richard Wagner. Freely Translated In Poetic Narrative Form By T. W. Rolleston. Presented by Willy Pogany. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1911.

Willy Pogany – Tannhauser

Carlo (or Carlino) Dolci (25 May 1616 – 17 January 1686) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Florence, known for highly finished religious pictures, often repeated in many versions.
Carlo Dolci. 1616-1686. Florence. L’Ange de l’Annonciation. The Angel of the Annunciation. vers 1655. Louvre.


Thursday 13/4/17
I hope you enjoy these!

Deep Space 11 (18 x 24″, Acrylic on Canvas) by Candle Noel Cranston | Motion Effects by rexisky

Christian Schloe – Lost in a Dream
1. Classical Mythology: female monsters in the form of birds with human faces. They steal food from their victims while they are eating and carry evildoers (especially those who have killed their family) to the Erinyes. They seem originally to have been wind spirits. Their name means “snatchers”.
2. a scolding, nagging and ill-tempered woman; a shrew.
3. a greedy, predatory person.
Etymology: from Latin Harpȳia, singular of Harpȳiae < Greek Hárpȳiai (plural), literally, snatchers, akin to harpázein, “to snatch away”.

detail pic from “Good Knight” – Gregg Craola Simkins

The Efrafan is inspired by my favorite book from my childhood, Watership Down – Gregg Craola Simkins

Andy Warhol – Botticelli (dettaglio), 1984

Robert Bissell – Looks like everyone is getting in on the act.

Vincent also moved a lot in his life. He wrote about it: “Well brother, and during the move I’ve dashed off another drawing, a watercolour again. Based on a sketch done before my illness that was only half finished. So it’s coming to life again. It shows pinks on the beach, big hulls of boats lying in the hot sand with the sea very far off in a blue mist or haze, for it was a day with sun, but it’s with the light behind, not into it, so that you have to feel the sun through a few short cast shadows and the shimmering of the warm air above the sand. It’s only an impression but I believe it’s fairly accurate. My fingers are itching so much to get back to work, and needless to say I would rather have gone to Scheveningen than to the hospital. Still, what must be must be.” – Vincent van Gogh, 4 July 1882

Frederick H. Evans

Sam Nelson

Not What Ya Think…

Daniel Ridgway Knight – A July Morning


Wednesday 12/4/17

Skunks! Again!

Roman Sustov

Tiffany Bozic

I Do Loves Me Some R. Crumb!

R. Crumb

R. Crumb

R. Crumb

R. Crumb

R. Crumb

R. Crumb




Roger Parry (French, 1905-1977), Hands with Crystal Ball, Variation, 1930, gelatin silver print

Deuil – Shock

Opium Poppy by @tanyashatseva – Motion Effects by rexisky

From Ramses’ Tomb

“Narcissus and Echo” – Illumination on parchment from Roman de la Rose, ca. 1380. Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Spring Time

Fragments of Our Soul by LuxDani

Edmund Harburger (German, 1846 – 1906)
Pan and Nymphe, N/D
Oil on wood, 40,5 x 19 cm

Tuesday 11/4/17


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artur piotr grejner a

Artur Piotr Grejner

artur piotr grejner

Meredith Frampton, A Game Of Patience,1937

Meredith Frampton, A Game Of Patience,1937


Johfra – The Teacher of my late friend, Jim Harter




Chet Baker – Adonis with a horn…..


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Bio Mechanical Eye III AkdasFirst


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WanJin Gim aka Willeys Art (Korean, Korea) – Empty Nude (detail), 2017 Drawings: Watercolors, Colored Pencils

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Keith Weesner – Glamour Jet

Ulysses and the Sirens Giclee Print by Leon-Auguste-Adolphe Belly

Fernando Herenu aka Pulpo

Graszka Paulska


David Bellemere

Chunzhi Raab

Josh Wylie

Alexandr Kumpan

Eliseu Visconti

Chalice with filigree enamel. Hungary, 1462

The Lady of the Fountain – H.J. Ford
The Lilac Fairy Book, Andrew Lang

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