"Archangel, The Head Collector" Art Print
"Snuffing out evil is never enough, you must truly separate the corrupt mind from the demonic vessel to truly rid one's self of the evils of this earth" I created this piece using Zbrush, rendered in Keyshot and finished in Photoshop. Available in 13in x19in The process of creating these is Giclée - “a technology for
Object of the Month: April 2018 - M&G
The Ascension painted in 1883 by Gustave Doré, French. Discover Doré's incredible talent and prolific career and learn about this unique painting.
Freehand and custom work by tattoo artist Chris Tziortzis. Cosmos Studio Gallery with powerful artwork, tattoos, paintings, and photographs, photos, images
Use this image 846084001 | British Museum
Recto The archangel Michael casting down Satan, after Guido Reni; a proof before letters Engraving © The Trustees of the British Museum
The Communion of the Saints by NowitzkiTramonto on DeviantArt
A hodge-podge of my favorite saints just in time for this year's All Saint's festivity. Top row: St. Jean-Marie Vianney, St. Casilda of Toledo, St. Pedr... The Communion of the Saints
Paintings Forever by Kurt Wenner | Cuded
Kurt Wenner is an international master artist and architect who interprets Renaissance classicism with a thoroughly singular voice. He designs and
San Miguel Arcángel, general de la Milicia Celestial
Vida de la Virgen María Vida de la Virgen María La extraordinaria mística Ana Catalina Emmerick, fue una humilde monja alemana, es...
Domenic.B on Instagram: “First paid commission! St.George (in graphite) about to stab the shit out of a dragon..or maybe he's about to get roasted. Who knows. #art…”
480 Likes, 27 Comments - Domenic.B (@warh3art) on Instagram: “First paid commission! St.George (in graphite) about to stab the shit out of a dragon..or maybe…”
Community wall photos
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The Budweiser Ganymede
Budweiser advertising art, 1906. Hard to believe that the self-styled King of Beers used to advertise itself using a gay episode from Classical mythology but here's the evidence. Zeus falls in love...