Lot 0432 Details | Auction ends April 14, 2021 Description This is a rare limited edition ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW MOVIE Art piece. Hand signed by the artist Ben G. The picture can not capture the spectacular psychedelic look and feel of these. It pops right out at you and there is so much depth….
View from Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn : Brooklyn’s famous Green-Wood #Cemetery at sunset. Conceived in tones of black and white for reproduction, this watercolor features the Gothic-style entrance arch at center.
A New ‘Library of Esoterica’ #Book art book publisher Taschen explores the art & counterculture of #tarot. Read More >>
Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Collects Horror Memorabilia | obsessive collector of vintage horror memorabilia – his collection has been on display in museums, airports, his own book and his own #horror festival. #promotehorror #metallica
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The Torment of Saint Anthony by Michaelangelo  This is the first known painting by Michelangelo, described by his earliest biographers and believed to have been painted when he was twelve or thirteen years old.
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Diableries were made exclusively in France, beginning in the 1860s, and continuing on until around 1900.
Featured Horror Art of the Day: The artist known as “Welderwings” is among my current favorites. This is modern artist creating beautiful surrealist gothic art. Among their pieces, you’ll find skulls, skeletons, ravens, eyeballs (yes, EYEBALLS!), lots of mixed mediums in a gothic/horror setting. The above is just one example of a recent piece. For…
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Outstanding Queensland artist specializing in realistic horror portraits.
This illustration by Joseph Howard Krucher appeared in “Weird Tales”, Vol. 44, #7, 1952. Krucher’s bibliography is available in IFSDB. He also did this interesting piece for Necromancer [v1 #2, #3, March 1948]