Barry Moser’s illustration for Lynne Reid Banks’s “The Hare and the Flower.” From The Magic Hare, Avon, 1994.
[Art] Christopher Rådlund – To Trær (Two Trees) 
A stark, beautiful lithograph from Norwegian artist Christopher Rådlund.
[Art] Paintings With Angels, by Arrington Dionysio and His Mother
Arrington de Dionyso is a composer and musician whose work first caught my attention when he played with the band Old Time Relijun. He continues to produce amazing, eclectic music, but it seems his talent is inherited. He and his mother worked on these two gorgeous works of art, reminding one of the works on a more psychedelic Byzantine icon, or the religious works of Marc Chagall.
May both mother and son find comfort in these difficult days.
[Art] ‘The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah’, 1832 (Mezzotint) – by John Martin
Something rather beautiful from English painter John Martin.
[Art] Banned Russian art squirrelled away in Uzbekistan
I’m a bit late with this article, but it discusses a treasure trove of art which was forbidden in the Soviet Union. It turns out that these pieces were socked away in the Karakalpakstan province of Uzbekistan.
[Painting] The Dream of Human Life by Michelangelo Buonarroti
Among the greatest artists of all time, Michelangelo has so many works of stunning, glorious quality that the quantity of such works is staggering. The file above shows a drawing made with black chalk of a human figure.