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By: COYE, Lee Brown
Seller ID: 445
THE SOUL BUYER. Originally published in FANTASTIC, magazine, December, 1963. Evidently a favorite of the artist who had it reprinted in his 1967 limited edition folio— GOTHICS. The artwork measures 11 x 14 framed out to 18 x 21. An image I have always found disturbing, reminds me of a KKK type figure. Museum quality matting and framing.. View more info
Publisher: San Francisco, CA., COLUMBIA, PA., Underwood-Miller: 1979.
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 17
A handsome portfolio presentation, of the entirety of illustration produced by artist Stephen Fabian, for the Jack Vance titles—THE EYES OF THE OVERWORLD, THE SEVENTEEN VIRGINS, and THE BAGFUL OF DREAMS. The author was never graced with a more companionable artist that Fabian, the illustrations capture perfectly Vance's luxuriant style. Issued in an oversized folio—probably the original size of the illustrations—in an edition of only 550, numbered, copies, SIGNED by the artist. Accompanying the portfolio is a printed booklet describing each scene illustrated. Sixteen plates in all, p... View more info
By: LOVECRAFT, H.P.
Publisher: [Eagle Rock, Calif.], Design Studio Press: 2019
Seller ID: 731
H.P. Lovecraft’s complete unadulterated text brought to life by Francois Baranger with twenty-seven fantastic paintings—yes, I know it looks digital, but that's just the way this guy paints! The cyclopean monstrosity of Great Cthulhu has never been better realized in color. I rarely stock new releases, but this book is quite remarkable, and a great buy for the price. Book measures 11 x 14. View more info
By: MERRITT, A.
Seller ID: 478
Large youthful, contemplative photo of the noted author, measures 14 x 11, including oldl signature, inscribed in fountain-pen to, "John Remington from A. Merritt." View more info
Publisher: London, Goodwin & Tabb: (1923)
Seller ID: 481
BOGEY BEASTS is a rare volume indeed, often reproduced but virtually never seen in its original state—I have seen one other copy and that was at the SIME MUSEUM in GUILDFORD. This mythical carnival-of-the-animals is often lauded as some of the artist's finest and most whimsical creations, comprised of fifteen ipen & ink drawings, llustrating the fifteen p"Jabberwocky-like" poems by Sime. A children's book really, with the poetry put to art and the piano music of Joseph Holbrooke. Not, it is not easy playing! Being a children's book, copies in decent shape are beyond rare. Issued w/o d... View more info
Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1979
Seller ID: 477
An artist's edition created by the artist—Andrew Smith—for the super Arkham House collector, or "completist." The artist was given 10 copies by Arkham House and there are exactly 10 original artpieces in the book (not counting the title-page.}" The artist combined his 10 gratis copies, with the 10 pieces of original artwork, then had Gray Parrot design and built an inner chemise and traycase to house the materials, then pressman Terence McVicker designed the limited edition plate of 10 copies . Both the plate and the book are SIGNED by the artist. The pen-and-ink-artwork artwork by An... View more info