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Seven Sisters Dreaming

'Seven Sisters Dreaming', by Australian artist
Wendy Nungarrayi Brown, depicting the Pleiades.

Adoration of the Magi

Adoration of the Magi (1305) - by Giotto

Giotto di Bondone

Born: ca. 1266, in Vespigano, Italy
Died: 1337, Florence, Italy

Adoration of the Magi is one of the series of frescoes with which Giotto decorated the interior of the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua, Italy. In it, Giotto chose to depict the Star of Bethlehem as a comet. Giotto may have been inspired to do this after having witnessed the appearance in 1301 of the comet we now know as Halley's Comet. The link below offers a synopsis of Giotto's life and his significance in Western Art.


Land of Sleeping Things

Land of Sleeping Things (2008) - by Dan McPharlin

Dan McPharlin

Born: 1977, in Adelaide, Australia

Dan McPharlin is an Australian artist who creates fantastic landscapes, miniature models, sound art and electronic music. His artwork has been featured on record sleeves, magazine covers, books and websites. In his own words: "Surrealism has always been an influence and I suppose my work also draws heavily on what I consider the ‘golden age’ of sci-fi art. The artwork that is the most exciting to me was what I grew up with."


Atomic Spacecraft

Atomic Spacecraft (1961) - by Robert McCall

Robert Theodore McCall

Born: December 23, 1919, in Ohio, USA
Died: February 26, 2010, in Arizona, USA

Robert McCall was a conceptual artist and illustrator who was thoroughly inspired by the exploration of space. His work captures mankind's yearning for adventure and new frontiers, and conveys a sense of optimism for mankind's future success in space. The artist said it best in his own words: "It's fun dreaming up strange, out-of-this-world vehicles and environments. Through it all is a feeling of wonder and excitement about the universe."


Razer Space Station

Razer Space Station - by Maxim Revin

Maxim Revin

Country: Russia

Maxim Revin is a conceptual artist and illustrator located in Moscow.



Phalanx (2010) - by Tobias Roetsch

Tobias Roetsch

Country: Germany


Shines The Nameless

Shines the Nameless (2009) - by Lucy West

Lucy West

Born: September 11, 1964, Kentucky, USA

A professional artist for over 30 years, Ms. West finds inspiration in nature, wildlife, anthropology, the human condition, astronomy and space exploration. She is also a member of the International Association of Astronomical Artists.


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