Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

There was something dark, mythic and beautifully primitive about world of folklore Ivan Bilibin created. Throughout his career he was inspired deeply by Slavic folklore and myth. He distinctly reflected the mountains, forests and lore of old Russia. Bilibin gained some renown in 1899, when he released his illustrations of Russian fairy tales which became popular.
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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Ivan Bilibin, Illustration for the fairy tale ''Vasilisa the Beautiful''

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Ivan Bilibin, Illustration for the fairy tale ''Vasilisa the Beautiful''

Ivan Bilibin – Mushroom (Postcard), 1909, Image via commons.wikimedia.org

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

An extraordinary exhibition of the ubiquitous Amanita muscaria

Bilibin, The Tale of Prince Ivan, The Firebird and the Grey Wolf, 1899 Image via en.wikipedia.org

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore — Dark Art & Craft

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

pocketrunner: Ivan Bilibin – Night on the Shores of Lake Ilmen View Original Source Here

Les Castors Du Roi, Image via en.wikipedia.org

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Ivan Bilibin, illustration for the Russian Fairy Story "Sister Alyonushka and brother Ivanushka" 1901

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan' - Ivan Bilibin

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Koschei the Deathless from Marya Morevna 1900

Ivan Bilibin Dark Forklore

Koschei the Deathless from Marya Morevna 1900 A member of The World of Art Movement

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