This product - provided only in PDF unlike many art collections which provide material in more user-friendly (at least, if you are putting your own product together) formats - contains five single-figure full colour illustrations with a medieaval and almost Celtic feel to them.
The first is a lady on a throne. If you look closely, you may decide she has pointy ears, and could pass for an elf or maybe half-elf - her features are somewhat harder than I imagine for the almost ethereal beauty of an elf maiden. She has a sceptre and orb of quite interesting design, a long white plain dress and a bejewelled diadem.
Next is another lady, in practical dark clothing and holding a metal goblet... I do hope she didn't steal it! It is nice, though, to see properly-dressed fantasy females!
Then there's a rather fed-up looking chap in a mail shirt, sitting on a block of stone and resting his chin on his sword hilt. He's also dressed practically for adventuring.
Next a scantily - but decently - clad young lady in a light shift, blowing a horn on the edge of some water. Maybe she's summoning mermen or other sea dwellers. Even she looks quite practical with a knife at her belt.
Finally, a pointy-eared female bard, dressed for the road, takes her ease under a tree strumming on a lap harp. I think this is my favourite of all the images, sitting dreaming of things she has seen or might see and setting them all to music.
This is followed by a page of dense legalese which passes for the 'licence' for this artwork package. I think. Most of the time it talks about 'software' and I wonder if it got lifted verbatim from the back of some software package in the author's possession. Whilst it is quite reasonable to offer different terms to self-publishers and small independent game companies from larger organisations, such terms and fees should be available BEFORE you purchase the art - under UK law (which I appreciate neither the author nor this site operates under) license terms are invalidated if you cannot read them before making a purchase. It might be worth revisiting this to ensure that it is clear and making it available on the product page.
Nice pictures, though!