Lilith Art II: 1996-

as well as modern pictures without known dates

Bigazzi: Lilith Davide Bigazzi. Lilith. This work is made with LightWave 3D software, and the original resolution is 1500*2000. The hands are from 'the sons of Kthulhu,' a near eastern demon. The artist's discussion of the picture can be found at Art Gallery di 3000+. Davide Bigazzi © 1996-1997, all rights reserved. Used by permission

Ariadne: Lilith Ariadne. Lilith. Created using Fractal Design Painter and Photoshop. 1996. Used by permission.

Humm: Lilith Asher Humm. Lilith in Solitude. 10 1/2 x 15 1/8", fingerpainted, acrylic on canvas.
© 1996 Asher Humm. Collection of Colleen Higgins. Used by permission

Humm: Lilith Asher Humm. Untitled. Lilith scouting a potential victim. 8 1/2 x 11", pencil on paper.
© 1996 Asher Humm. Used by permission

Lilith Fair I couldn't leave out the logo for the Lilith Fair could I? Besides, some of you actually came here looking for their web site, and now you can find it.

Stamp Lilith souvenir sheet commissioned by the Sierra Leone Post Office. Part of a series entitled Fantasies of the Sea. Approx. 10.5x7.5 cm. I currently unaware of the Lilith story that this stamp intends to portray. If anyone can enlighten me, please send me a note. There is a tradition that has her living at the bottom of the Red Sea, however. Thanks to Craig Smorynski for finding and scanning this sheet.

JBL: statuette These are goddess statues, obviously less than satisfactory copies of the Sumerian relief. For between $19 and $42 you can have one of your own (!!!) from © Jai Bhagavan, Ltd.

Kuehl: Lilith Lilith by Aimee Kuehl. Pencil and Photoshop. © Aimee Kuehl. All rights reserved! Used by Permission

Lynch: Lilith Lilith 1. Paul K. Lynch. Ink on Cardboard (airbrush), 1996. © Paul K. Lynch. All rights reserved! Used by Permission

Lynch: Lilith Lilith 2. Paul K. Lynch. Ink on ill.board (airbrush), 1996. © Paul K. Lynch. All rights reserved! Used by Permission

Lynch: Lilith Lilith 3. Paul K. Lynch. Ink on ill.board (airbrush), 1996. © Paul K. Lynch. All rights reserved! Used by Permission

Lynch: Lilith The Lilim Priestess. Paul K. Lynch. (unfinished) Ink on Cardboard, 1997. © Paul K. Lynch. All rights reserved! Used by Permission

Selman: Then there was Lilith Jan Collins Selman has done an entire series on the Garden of Eden, in which Lilith figures significantly. This link will take you to a page of her Lilith images, and further links to her other work.

Royo: Black Angel Luis Royo, Black Angel. I don't actually know if Royo intends this to be a portrait of Lilith.

Even when copyright notices do not appear next to individual images (probably because I was unable to find the details) all usual rights should be assumed for the owners of each of these images

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