I've been seeing this image of Morpheus - the main character of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman - quite frequently:
It appears in multiple articles about the [now bust] The Sandman film; everywhere, of course, without attribution.
I set out to find the author, but reverse image search did not yield much. The oldest hits don't have any attribution; there is a "tribute" pencil drawing, but it doesn't attribute the author either (I left a comment there; will see if I get a reply).
This art certainly doesn't look like anything I've seen in The Sandman trade paperbacks; it isn't featured in The Sandman: Overture either; neither in The Absolute Death nor in The Absolute Sandman. Not in The Endless Gallery, not in Dreams and Nightmares Gallery. Can't be found in Hy Bender's The Sandman Companion.
It looks just a bit like Morpheus from The Doll's House:
This one was penciled by Mike Dringenberg and inked by Malcolm Jones III; Google-fu involving a combination of search terms still does not find the author of this art.
Evidence lead me to believe that this art as made after the initial run of The Sandman, and not as a part of the official publishing. So who is the author?