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Isobel Gloag – “The Kiss of the Enchantress“ c. 1890 This painting depicts a young soldier being trapped by a Lamia. Among the Greeks and Romans, a Lamia was a female demon who devoured children and whose name was used … Continue reading
Marshall Arisman was born in Jamestown, New York, on December 21, 1937. After growing up on a dairy farm, Arisman studied advertising art at the Pratt Institute, graduating in 1960 where he also received an Ida Gaskell Grant to travel … Continue reading
“This ain’t rock ‘n’ roll, this is genocide”. Belgian artist, painter, illustrator, comic artist and photographer, Guy Peellaert born in Brussels, Belgium on 6th April, 1934. Guy was born into an aristocratic family, but left home at the age of 14. … Continue reading