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Chaim Nachman Bialik: The Roosters and the Fox; Omanut Press, ca. 1921 (source)
Victor Safonkin: Temptation of St. Anthony (1993) (source)
Anton Marrast a.k.a. Grape Frogg: I’ve Seen the Queen (2009) (source)
Ivan Aivazovsky: The Ninth Wave (1850) The title is a reference to a traditional belief among sailors that waves grow larger and larger in a sequence up to the ninth wave—the largest—and then the sequence begins again.
George Dmitriev: Moon and Sea (c. 2015)
Carlos Schwabe: Angel of Hope (1895) (source) Mikhail Vasilevich Nesterov: The Angel of Sorrow (1900-1901) (source)