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Date: 1904

Description: Illustration for first edition of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary."Looking up in an attitude of painful anxiety."


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Date: 1904

Description: Illustration for first edition of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary."The Englishman was too deep in his note-book to give more than an occasional glace at the sacristan."


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Date: 1904

Description: Illustration for first edition of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary."A hand like the hand in that picture."


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Date: 1904

Description: Illustration for first edition of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary."It leapt upon him in an instant."


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Date: 2010

Description: Illustration based on The Tractate Middoth. Pencil and photocopied text on paper.


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Date: 2010


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Date: 2010


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Date: 2010

Description: Pen and ink illustration based on the M.R James story 'The Treasure of Abbot Thomas'.


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Date: 2010

Description: Inspired by several M.R James stories although chiefly An Evening's Entertainment .
An attempt has been made to capture the feeling of unease and foreboding that runs through M.R James work.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2011

Description: Illustration from the story of the same name.


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Date: 2012

Description: Ink on paper illustration based on the M. R. James story 'Lost Hearts'


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Date: 2012

Description: Ink on paper illustration based on the M. R. James story 'Lost Hearts'


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Date: 2012

Description: 'There is something horrifying in the sight of a face looking at one out of a frame as this did '.
Illustration based on the Story A Vignette .
Pencil on paper


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Date: 2013

Description: And I tell you this about Anders Bjornsen, that he was once a beautiful man, but now his face was not there, because the flesh of it was sucked away off the bones.Screenprint and Mixed media on paper.