Milla Jovovich's "Gentleman Who Fell"is from her album, The Divine Comedy (1994). Milla said,"When I was first working on the sketch for the album cover, my mom introduced me to a young Russian artist named Alexey Steele. I looked at his sketch for the cover, and I saw that struggle, all the struggle that I'm singing about. It is the divine comedy." For more work by Alexey Steele, go here and click on "figurative paintings".
The 1993 "Gentleman Who Fell" video with Harry Dean Stanton was directed by Lisa Bonet. Milla wasn't happy with the result, so she made another video (1994), her homage to Maya Deren's Meshes of the Afternoon.