Bisley’s a freak. Batman, Judge Anderson and Judge Dredd from Judgement On Gotham. Simon Bisley. 1991.
Bisley’s a freak. A page from Judgement on Gotham. Simon Bisley. Bigger.
Awesome ice sheet, bizarre caricatures. A Plus X #7. R’John Bernales. 2013.
Mignola’s classic illustration style… Superman #23. Roger Stern, Mike Mignola and P. Craig Russel. November 1988. A love story to the art.
Light beam in ochre. The Bookworm. Carl Spitzweg. 1850. Oil-on-canvas. Museum Georg Schäfer, Schweinfurt, Germany. “The picture is typical of Spitzweg’s humorous, anecdotal style and it is characteristic of Biedermeier art in general.” wikipedia.
Red light district. La danse de Salome ou Les papillons d’or (The Dance of Salome and the Golden Butterflies). Gaston Bussiere. 1928. Oil on canvas. 29,1 x 36,2 inch.
Nice light and shadow play, and creamy gold in the reflected light of her leg. Love Nymph. Anders Zorn. 1885. Gouache/watercolor on paper.
Sea Melodies. Herbert James Draper. 1904. 66.04 x 90.61 cm (26” x 35.67”). Oil on canvas. 1280 x 1847.
Lots of evening blue against which the flesh tones pop, plus lots and lots of fairies (embiggen). Hermia and Lysander, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. John Simmons. 1870. Oil On canvas.
Biblical fan fic using yellow against blue - a basically complementary color scheme. Rest on the Flight into Egypt (detail). Luc Oliver Merson. 1880.
The whole blurry thing is here: 2752 x 1502.
Green reflected light. Yellow against blue. Big pose. The Enchantress. Rolf Armstrong. 1927. Really big.