Aesthetically, I am unreservedly pro-occult. I love horror movies, folkloric mythology, trickster gods, even the imagery of healing crystals. Over the years, I have collected some rare and hard to find illustrations on occult subjects like witchcraft, death and devils. They range from reproductions from Durer, Holbein, Cranach, Rembrandt and other unknown artists.
I am sharing them for educators and artists who need clear illustrations for classrooms and small PowerPoint presentations. They are not to be used for commercial or for-profit purposes.
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