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Mefistófeles en vuelo. Por Eugène Delacroix, 1828. http://iglesiadesatan.com/

Eugene Delacroix - Mephistopheles Flying over the City, 1828

centuriespast:  “ La Ronde du Sabbat (The Round of the Sabbath or Witches’ Sabbath)  1828  Louis Boulanger (French, 1806–1867)  mfa boston  ”

centuriespast: “ La Ronde du Sabbat (The Round of the Sabbath or Witches’ Sabbath) 1828 Louis Boulanger (French, mfa boston ”

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After the Industrial Revolution, artists started getting creative with some newly available black materials. An exhibit at LA's Getty museum celebrates their exploration of the shadows.

Ulisse Aldrovandi: Monstrorum historia (1642)

Metal engraving of hybrids, from P. Gasparis Schotti's *Physica Curiosa, Sive Mirabilia Naturæ et Artis Libris*

Scene from 'Faust'; Henry Irving as Mephistopheles at the summit of the Brocken; he stands with arms raised, looking down towards the devil and the damned, who clutch at each other and clamber up towards Mephistopheles; illustration to 'The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News'. 1886 Wood-engraving   After: David Henry Friston. Print made by: R Taylor & Co Date1886

Scene from 'Faust'; Henry Irving as Mephistopheles at the summit of the Brocken; 'The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News'. 1886 Wood-engraving After: David Henry Friston.

Fantastic beast

Ilustraciones fantásticas de Gustave Doré

Eugène Delacroix, Mephisto dans les airs, dessin pour Goethe, Faust,1882

Eugène Delacroix, Mephisto dans les airs, dessin pour Goethe, Faust,1882

Ilustraciones de Eugéne Delacroix para el Fausto de Goethe - Librópatas

Eugène Delacroix Illustrates Goethe’s Faust, “One of the Very Greatest of All Illustrated Books”

In 1799 Francisco de Goya y Lucientes published a series of 80 prints called 'Los Caprichos'. In his masterly hands the aquatint etching technique cloaks the line art with subtle and varying tonal effects.

books0977: “ Creatures reading. Illustration by Harry Clarke. From Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. New York: Dingwall Rock Limited, n.d. [1925]. “FAUST This nonsense, so like meaning, splits My skull. I soon would lose my wits: Methinks, a...

hideback: Harry Clarke (Irish, Faust, 1925 “Methinks, a million fools in choir are raving and will never tire”

Arte a las ocho: L'ombre de Marguerite apparaissant à Faust (La som...

Arte a las ocho: L'ombre de Marguerite apparaissant à Faust (La som.

Eugène Delacroix, ETUDE DE FEMME (PROBABLEMENT POUR LA MORT DE SARDANAPALE), 1850

Artworks of Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798 - from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

Harry Clarke illustration for Goethe's "Faust"

hideback: Harry Clarke (Irish, Faust, 1925 “Methinks, a million fools in choir are raving and will never tire”

Illustrations by Harry Clarke for a 1925 edition of Goethe's Faust

Harry Clarke (Irish, Illustrations for Goethe’s Faust, Bayard Taylor translation, 1925

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