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The Art Of Animation, James R Eads - check out the link. There are more really interesting pieces on the site

Can we have a local chalk artist recreate a scene from an flick on our exterior walls? The Art of Animation, James R Eads

Hans Memling (1433-1494) - St John Altarpiece - John the Evangelist on Patmos and visions of the apocalypse

Triptych of the Mystical Marriage of St. Catherine of Alexandria, right wing, scene of St. John the Evangelist in Patmos, 1474 - 1479 - Hans Memling

The End Of The Quest Poster By Sir Frank Dicksee // Reminds me of "The Kindly Messenger," a small story lurking on my blog. ; )

The End Of The Quest Poster by Sir Frank Dicksee

A Midsummer Night's Dream  "To make my small elves coats" A. Rackham

In Icelandic folklore, the Huldufólk (meaning hidden people) are like elves. These beings are also said to be very similar to human beings, and live in little houses in the rocks.

Art by Helen Jacobs (1888-1970): The Mermaid Girl and The enchanted wood

"The Enchanted Wood" Written by Dorothy M. Wheeler - illustrated by Helen Jacobs - Fairy Tales From England - Pub.

George Inness, "Early Moonrise, Florida" (1893)

Early Moonrise Florida aka Early Morning Florida landscape Tonalist George Inness Painting in Oil for Sale

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The Erl King's Daughter Sending Faery Servants to Their Several Tasks by Jessie Bayes Colour page taken from The Studio, an illustrated magazine of fine & applied art, 1911

Visions of Whimsy: The Story of Eros and Psyche

Eros, the Greek god of eroticism and love. In Roman mythology he is known as Cupid, though it was some time before he became the pudgy baby .

The Sleeping Medusa, 1896 by Fernand Khnopff. Symbolism. mythological painting

The Sleeping Medusa, 1896 - Fernand Khnopff