"Avarice" from The Young King, written by Oscar Wilde, illustrated by PJ Lynch
Arthur Rackham: Rhinegold and the Valkyries (The frolic of the Rhine-Maidens), 1910
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"The Rhine's pure-gleaming children / Told me of their sorrow" ~ artist Arthur Rackham, from "The Rhinegold and the Valkyries," p.28, pub.1910. Derived from "Das Rheingold," the first of the four operas that constitute Richard Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen." Rackham was a brilliant artist & illustrator. #art #illustration
Honami by Ikenaga Yasunari
Иллюстрации P J Lynch (51 работ)
Thunder God, 1847 by Katsushika Hokusai
Illustrator P. J. Lynch.
池永康晟 Ikenaga Yasunari
TROLLS. The debate over whether trolls of the old folklore are inherently good or bad has been going on for a while. The only honest answer to this question is that trolls are quite stupid. Being not even close to intelligent takes away a great deal of the fury of an evil being. How bad can something be when you can so easily trick it?