RT @RovinaCaiArt
The Omnibus (1892), by Anders Zorn.

That streak of light leading up to the woman's face is so crazy and bold and unexpected. I love it!

The mood encapsulated in it. I could have it hang on my wall.
RT @olderThanevil
'Before the Storm'

We'll that took a lot longer than expected 😎

I love Arthur Rackham's illustrations.
For a long time now I look around if I can find a translation of Peter Pan and Wendy with his drawings but with no success.
RT @ArthurRackham
The King’s only daughter had been carried off by a Dragon

So good!

RT @gorosart
Summoner - Daily Quillustration painted and animated in VR uisng Quill, rendered in Redshift.

RT @olgatuleninova
Stepan Kolesnikov (Russian-Ukrainian, 1879-1955) - Town in the South of Russia ca.1910–19 oil on canvas (47.5 x 65.5 cm) (auctions)

Every time I see something that amazing I start to question what I do.

But don't worry, I'm not gonna stop :P

RT @Riabovitchev
Sketchbook pencil drawings.

RT @speedina
Settai Komura. Snowy Morning. 1942. Hanging on in there for the light. I love his work for the flat flat flatiness, but still depth.

Some day I'll get how to use colors. Nut for Nathan Fowkes just do pure magic for me.
RT @NathanFowkesArt
Sketch of Burraston Ponds Utah from a recent trip.

RT @Inkybat
I’ve always loved Dave McKean’s ink drawings more than anything else he does. So so great.

Greg Rutkowski's last piece brings me a lot of nostalgia. I like the mood so much.


Been watching Andreas's fantastical landscapes since I picked up drawing. He's been constantly getting only better and better. Always a pleasure to see a new creation of his.

RT @andreas_rocha
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