I don’t know the source of the illustration, but this flickr page hosts the largest version I could find.
Thanks to a commenter, “me”, we have an update:
Lady of the Night
Illustration and poem by Don Blanding, c. 1935
I see a luminescent trail
Of powdered stardust, faint and pale,
Across the sky, like moths in flight.
A crescent moon of phantom white
Is tangled in the filmy veil.
My heart responds with quick delight,
I greet the Lady of the Night.
Now I am off to find the book this was published in, Memory Room.
The book has arrived and here is the full resolution scanned image of both the illustration and poem.