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Henry Ossawa Tanner, 1921

Alice through the looking glass

Olga Sugden

moon option for my imaginary tattoo

Arthur John Black (British, 1855-1936), The Waking Moon, 1890-91. Oil on canvas, 141.3 x 85.1 cm.

Hours of Catherine of Cleves. The Netherlands, Utrecht, ca. 1440, hellmouth. The Morgan Library.

Fairy Scribe by Alan Lee

in Oslo, Norway

Owl Wisdom, Omens, Vision of the night No bird has as much myth and mystery surrounding it than the owl. Part of this mystical aura is due to the fact that the bird is nocturnal and the night time has always seemed mysterious to humans. The owl is a symbol of the feminine, the moon, and the night. Because of it association with the moon it has ties to fertility and seduction. The owl is bird of magic and darkness of prophecy and wisdom.

Tawny Owl. Birds from Moidart and elsewhere Edinburgh :David Douglas,1895. Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library

Death with Kitten II ~Paul Kidby

Angelo di Guariento, Angel, 1357

Daniel Merriam

Jugend, 1897 Munich illustrated weekly journal of art and life, G. Hirth’s publishing house in Munich and Leipzig. Illustration by Hans Christian Andersen

Rosamund Fowler. Badgers. (wood engraving)

Artist Partners - Portfolios: Rosamund Fowler - Wood Engraving

Datura, woodblock: Edna Boies Hopkins, 1909.

B.J.O.Norfeldt, 1906

'Ignis Fatuus' by Frederick Stead.

"Moonlight Ring' by Henry Prellwitz, ca. 1910s-1920s

Olaf Hajek

Japanese porcelain tile, 1875

Yuriy Petrenko


Bird Watch