Victor Ruprich-Robert (French, 1820-1887)
- Design for a Frieze, Flore ornementale, 1876
- Ash Buds, circa 1876
Cary-Yale Visconti Tarot - The Devil
Opening illustration to act IV.
William Heath Robinson, from A midsummer-night’s dream, by William Shakespeare, New York, 1914.
A ledger drawing by Lakota Sioux Chief Black Hawk, depicting a horned Thunder Being (Haokah) on a horse-like creature with eagle talons and buffalo horns. The creature’s tail forms a rainbow that represents the entrance to the Spirit World, and the dots represent hail. Accompanying the picture on the page were the words "Dream or vision of himself changed to a destroyer and riding a buffalo eagle."
Lilith with the Serpent and Owl
Classic Illustrated #33, 1947. Cover art by H.C. Kiefer.