All of the praise goes to the contributors in this thread on G+.
I have not put in people who are pure cartographers like M Randy, Mike Schley Gus L or Dyson Logos. Vandal J Arden I couldn't download your image from google so have classified you with the cartographers. All artists featured are in alphabetical order based on Surname.
(If someone else would like to do the Cartographers version of this, that would be great.)
As always, if anyone wants to be taken off or have their entry changed then let me know.
(Edit 13/03/2019 G+ links are probably dead or will be soon.
BE VAGUELY CONNECTED TO GAMING IN SOME WAY AND THE OSR HOPEFULLY
- DOWNLOADABLE EXAMPLE IMAGE (RECTANGLES ARE BETTER)
- CONTACT DETAILS
- LINKS TO PRODUCTS
http://aeronalfrey.storenvy.com/ (Aaron has also done a range of stuff for LotFP.)
http://monsterbrains.blogspot.co.uk/ (This is a site where Aaron catalogues largely historical artists whose work has passed into public domain. It's very good.)
"the artist of 1st edition AS&SH"
Kat G Birmelin
Her art featured in Lusus Naturae.
He's also done extensive work for LotFP, his art is all of their aesthetic.
See, this guy had all his links in one god. damn. PLACE. See how useful that is?
"Probably doesn't identify with OSR but the style and content are there."
Recommended by Beloch Shrike; "probably doesn't consider herself an "OSR Artist," but she plays in OSR games, prefers OSR games over other types of games, and makes art for my OSR books. So I figure she qualifies."
"I juuuust started contributing to OSR books and zines (Blueholme Journeymanne, Fighting Fantazine, Alarums & Excursions), but am looking for more projects to work on! graxbw.deviantart.com or email graxbw at gmail dotcom. thanks!"
Featured in Mortzengersturm, the Mad Manticore of Prismatic Peak
He publishes here but I think mainly as an author rather than artist.
"Did art for Small Niche Games, SineNomine Publishing, Geoffrey McKinney..."
"Artist and writer on Warriors of the Red Planet, among other things"
Can be seen in Into the Odd, Chthonic Codex, and many more.
Purchasable in Death Frost Doom and did layout work for Red and Pleasant Land, Veins of the Earth and many, many, many others.
Can be purchased in Forgive Us.
http://legrumph.org/Terrier/?Cartographie/ (Largely mapping)
They're a pro so check their site for products.
Can be seen in Macchiato Monsters.
David Lewis Johnson
Can be seen in Gathox Vertical Slum
Can be seen in Pernicious Albion but I think it's sold out? (it hasn't)
Can be bought in a bunch of DCC modules.
Gus does everything from writing to layout to publishing, including art. You can seem more at his site.
Dirk Detweiler Leichty
He did the cover afor theis Spanish Fanzine which you can buy here;
Did illustrations for Carcosa, Quelong and a loooot of other stuff.
(Who also published under the name of Cédric. And yes I have had a conversation with her about this.)
No site that I could find but he looks good.
Did the cover for this.
https://sites.google.com/site/fantasyillustrator/ (his shop is there)
You can buy his stuff in a lot of places.
Russ Nicholson A young man who may go far
Can be found in Wonder and Wickedness and a few other places over the years.
I think he made Sharp Swords and Sinister Spells and is in a bunch of other things.
Juan Carlos Ochoa
Hes a pro so I think he's been in a bunch of stuff but try this.
I know hes in Vacant Ritual Assembly 6
His shop is here and he's going to be in Operation Unfathomable with Jason Sholtis (below).
Featured in the Driftwood Verses and Wormskin.
Co-creator of Veins of the Earth, Deep Carbon Observatory and Fire on the Velvet Horizon.
Seen in the Misty Isles of Eld, and a few other places I think.
He's done a few things.
He has the Dungeon Dozen book out and is releasing Operation Unfathomable at some point.
Laura Pelick Siadak
You can buy his stuff online here.
Robertson Sondoh Jr
"he mainly draws for his own projects -minimalist d6 rpgs influenced by old school stuff:"
He's got zines and a store on his site.
Did the cover for Crypts of Indormancy.
James V West
Does the Black Pudding Zine.
Steve is sadly no longer with us but friends and fans of his have asked for him to be included. I hope this won't be offensive to his wife or relatives.
His blog http://curmudgeonsdragons.blogspot.co.uk/
You can still buy his work here https://society6.com/stevezieser