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Terry Oakes: Hamlyn Book of Horror #5

Original interior painting reproduced on pages 32-33 of "The Hamlyn Book of Horror" by Daniel Farson ("great nephew of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula"), published 1979.   Reproduced as a double page spread in the Chapter on "Vampires" - and what phenomenon contributed to that, depicting one of the consequences of the great Cholera epidemic in Europe at the beginning of the 19th century...where, in mass graves, there were times when people were mistakenly "buried alive" - only to be discovered and then "live again"...painted in gouache on illustration board, with dimensions 14" x 20.5" - plus comes signed.

Terry Oakes: Hamlyn Book of Horror #5

SKU: 402
  • This painting ships from the artist in the UK

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