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Wallace Polsom, And Deliver Us from Evil (2018), paper collage, 19.2 x 25.5 cm.

Via http://wallacepolsom.com/post/179914736188/wallace-polsom-and-deliver-us-from-evil-2018
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Plague 1898
By Arnold Bocklin
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Moonlit Sky by Chris-Kraklau
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"The Library of Congress has restored the first film adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, an Edison production from 1910 directed by J.Searle Dawley."

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These are wonderful

"There was an appetite in the early twentieth century for luxurious collections of children’s stories, often bound in gold-toothed vellum, to be given as gifts. Brilliant artists of the day including Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac were commissioned to illustrate them. Perhaps one of the finest creations to emerge from this golden age of illustration was an edition of East of the Sun and West of the Moon which boasted twenty-five colour plates and many more monochrome images by Kay Nielsen, a young Danish artist who had studied in Paris before moving to England in 1911."

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“I wanted to allow Gorey not only a degree of mystery . . . but also to convey his belief in the value of lacunae, of gaps.”

#EdwardGorey
Episode 294 – Mark Dery
Episode 294 – Mark Dery
chimeraobscura.com

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