Black and White Illustration

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illustration and graphic images in pen and ink, monochrome, black and white. From old to new, book illustrations to design and fine art.

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Julius Diez Jugend magazine, the German fin de siècle periodical of “art and . - Julius Diez Jugend magazine, the German fin de siècle periodical of “art and life”, this post - Kunst Inspo, Art Inspo, Art And Illustration, Magazine Illustration, Book Illustrations, Architecture Art Nouveau, Design Art Nouveau, Et Tattoo, Lace Tattoo

Jugend, 1899

Continuing the delve into back issues of Jugend magazine, the German fin de siècle periodical of “art and life”, this post covers the year 1899. The earlier years of the magazine are replete with a...

Women In Art History — Luthien, Derek O’Brien Fantasy Kunst, Fantasy Art, Luthien, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Arte Obscura, Witch Art, Moon Goddess, Moon Art

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Derek O’Brien - ‘Luthien’. Charcoal on paper. Inspired by one of my fave stories in the Silmarillion, booyeah.:

What Are Tarot Cards? Made up of no less than seventy-eight cards, each deck of Tarot cards are all the same. Tarot cards come in all sizes with all types Tarot The Fool, Tarot Card Tattoo, Tarot Card Art, Joker Card Tattoo, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, Art Carte, Tarot Astrology, Tarot Major Arcana, Tarot Decks

Tarot cards for Halsey's HFK

A set of Tarot cards commissioned by Capitol Records for Halsey's "Hopeless Fountain Kingdom"

Eye Candy for Today: Franklin Booth pen and ink landscape drawing by allisonn Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Photo Ciel, Franklin Booth, Realistic Eye Drawing, Drawing Eyes, Ink Pen Drawings, Landscape Drawings, Pen Art

Eye Candy for Today: Franklin Booth pen and ink landscape drawing

Eye Candy for Today: Franklin Booth pen and ink landscape drawing

Johann Fucink - Vintage Pen and Ink Drawing - Evening Commence Johann Fucink Landscape Art - Vintage Landscape Drawings, Landscape Art, Pencil Sketches Landscape, Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Vintage Pens, Ink Pen Drawings, Ink Pen Art, Cross Hatching

Vintage Pen and Ink Drawing - Evening Commence

Striking pen and ink drawing of a street corner lit by the glow of a lamppost under the darkening evening sky by artist Johann Fucink, 1912. Signed lower left. Original artwork on paper displayed on a white mat with a gold border. Mat fits a standard-size frame. Archival plastic sleeve and Certificate of Authenticity included. Artwork, 6.25"L x 9"H; mat, 11"L x 14"H. Enjoy a single shipping fee on combined purchases you make from MAPSandART

Ian Miller (born 11 November is a British fantasy illustrator and writer . Arte Horror, Horror Art, Fantasy Artwork, Arte Alien, Arte Cyberpunk, Ink Pen Drawings, Fantasy Illustration, Fantasy Landscape, Warhammer Fantasy

One of my favorite artists is Ian Miller, who I include as an influence on my practical work research.

Martin Lewis - Under the Street Lamp Eau-forte, 1928 via Soir Charmant Gravure Illustration, Illustration Art, Arte Horror, Street Lamp, Norman Rockwell, Art Graphique, Ink Illustrations, Nocturne, Chiaroscuro

Martin Lewis Under the Street Lamp

Etching, 1928. Edition 100, recorded impressions 83. Signed in pencil. Image size 14 7/8 x 9 3/8" (38 x 24 cm). McCarron #70. Very good condition Martin Lewis is considered one of the great chroniclers of urban life. His ability to capture adverse weather conditions and obscure light sources, coupled with a keen sense of composition and technical skill, made him one of America's greatest printmakers of the twentieth century. His earliest etchings date from 1915; however, these prints…

Edward Gorey’s ‘anxious, irritable’ tarot card set is predictably perfect Edward Gorey, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Dangerous Minds, Tarot Card Decks, Up Book, Tarot Readers, Gothic Art, Dark Art

Fantod Pack

Creator(s): Edward Gorey Date: 1969, 1995, 2007 Country: USA Publisher: Pomegranate Number of Cards: 20 ISBN: Type: non-tarot Reference: aeclectic Notes: Edward Gorey is an illustrator and artist known for his morbid sense of humor. Originally published in Esquire magazine in the sixties, there was an unauthorized version of the deck printed back in 1969, and then an authorized limited edition of 776 copies (750 numbered, and 26 lettered) in 1995. The current 2007 edition, which I have, is…

Franklin Booth “Garden in Phonta Delgada, Portugal” 1914 (… | Flickr Gravure Illustration, Illustration Art, Franklin Booth, Black And White Illustration, Art Graphique, Ink Illustrations, Wood Engraving, White Art, Ink Art

Franklin Booth “Garden in Phonta Delgada, Portugal” 1914 ('The Car That Went Abroad' by Albert B.Paine)

Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and ink, The Car That Went Abroad by Albert B. Paine Century Magazine, July and Aug 1914 ___ Franklin Booth bio with images: The Franklin Booth Project: Franklin Book | Comic Book Stories…