If you're on the internet, it exists. That's pretty much the rule I've come to accept. EVERYTHING is on the internet. The strangest fandom pairings you can think of, the weirdest nonsense ever, and videos on youtube of everything down to pimple popping.
But wait. That's not quite true. Not everything IS on the internet.
I feel like there is not a significant amount of classical music art.
I log onto deviantArt and I see plenty of art dedicated to modern music - photographs of guitars, drawings of an OC playing electric bass, and more than many wonderfully done portraits of Taylor Swift. Yet I type in "Tchaikovsky" and get very little relevant artwork. Dvorak is even worse, and he's my complete and utter hero. <3 <3 <3 <3 Even more than the Doctor or Edward Elric or Spock, and that's saying something.
Once in a while, I find something golden. Chibis of Beethoven and Mozart. * happy squee * A deviantArt fan's comic that details out Liszt's life. But considering the fact that classical music is performed internationally, and that there's at least a half dozen crazy classical enthusiasts at a moderately sized USA high school, one would think that... well, I think we could do a lot better.
Yeah, yeah, classical music isn't mainstream in one sense. But it has been around for centuries in some cases, and there's a reason why it is! If I can find someone pairing Snape and Snape's nose (I'm not making that up), I think it would be wonderful if I could find a Haydn or Tchaikovsky artistic... SOMETHING!
If any of you read this and love classical music and own a pencil to your name, I beg you to get out and draw! Paint your bamf bassoon, sketch out an adorable chibi Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, draw something adorable going on between Robert and Clara Schumann. There's plenty of potential out there. And if you do, send me a link. I will be more than ecstatic to see another fellow Baroque/classical/Romantic/etc. enthusiast out there.