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João Fazenda (род. 1979г). - Музей рисунка

João Fazenda (род. 1979г).

Christian Combating with Appolyon

Christian Combating with Appolyon by Henry Courtney Selous

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King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Copyright free images of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table from my personal collection for you to use in your art work.

King Arthur and His Knights, by Maude L. Radford Illustrator Walter J. Enright 12 He pushed him until he was but a step from the edge (Sir Lancelot and Sir Brune)

King Arthur and His Knights, by Maude L. Radford Illustrator Walter J. Enright 12 He pushed him until he was but a step from the edge (Sir Lancelot and Sir Brune)

Alfred Bryan | Sir William Harcourt, captioned "Sir W. Harcourt” (bottom), initialed “AB” (lower left), inscribed “J2” (verso), sketched variant design of caricature (verso) | 1890s (?) | The Morgan Library & Museum

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Alfred Bryan | Sir William Harcourt, captioned "Sir W. Harcourt” (bottom), initialed “AB” (lower left), inscribed “J2” (verso), sketched variant design of caricature (verso) | 1890s (?) | The Morgan Library & Museum

“Queen Ragnhild’s Dream” is an illustration from an ancient sagabook about Norwegian kings made by Snorri Sturluson. She had a dream about a tree growing so big that the branches spread all over the country and even longer.

"The Queen Ragnhild had great dreams, she was a wise woman." -- Between the mountains - Queen Ragnhild's dream by Erik Werenskiold

What I believe to be a knit cap due to its silhouette.  From the 1600 edition of the Cries of the City of London

What I believe to be a knit cap due to its silhouette. From the 1600 edition of the Cries of the City of London

Two beggars, after Jacques Callot (British Museum)  The Beggars series of Callot fascinate Rembrandt by the expressivity of the less fortunate population. He push the study of beggars to another level of expressivity and compassion in his etchings.

Two beggars, after Jacques Callot (British Museum) The Beggars series of Callot fascinate Rembrandt by the expressivity of the less fortunate population. He push the study of beggars to another level of expressivity and compassion in his etchings.

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Messire Gawain and the five knights mounted and issued forth of the castle and rode a great gallop before a forest Jessie M King

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