I have found two web sites that contain various artistic illustrations of the Tabernacle. Covered are pretty much all parts and pieces, made by different artists or scanned from different books.
First web site is of the Portland Bible study group. There are many more illustrations if you will follow the link, but here are some notable ones:
Here is an overview of the Tabernacle camp:
Here is another overview of the Tabernacle and camp:
Here is a labeled diagram of the camp with tribes names and locations:
Here is one of the traditional Tabernacle Courtyard layouts. It is obviously incorrect for the many reasons I have stated in my previous posts and an article.
Here is also one of the traditional layouts of the western side of the Tabernacle Tent Frame. Also incorrect for the reasons that I have covered numerous times:
Another layout of the Tent of the Tabernacle. Also incorrect.
Here is the schematic diagram of many Tabernacle parts. Many of them incorrect as they are based on the traditional interpretations and opinions.
Here is the Breastplate of Judgement of the High Priest (Aaron). Schematic artistic rendering according to one of the traditional interpretations.
Here is an artistic rendering of the High Priest in his priestly garments.
Here is yet one more schematic diagram of the High Priest Garments, labeled according to the verses from the text.
And here is another artistic rendering of the High Priest in his garments, surrounded by regular Levites who also served at the Tabernacle.
The second web site is rather a commercial venture where different Bible illustrators post their images for sale. Since there are too many of them there and they are all copyrighted, I'm not going to post any pictures here, but I encourage you to follow this second link as well and browse around by using different search criteria. There are many beautiful, insightful and modern images there. Here is the link with an arbitrary search terms.