*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
*Neil's Dark Favorites Collection - 5 for $20
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Some of our favorite Dark Classics!

Transcendentalma - Levi Eliphas - The Baphomet, from Eliphas Levi's "Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie", 1854, the adopted symbol of some "Left-Hand Path" belief systems.

Wound Man - woodcut attributed to Hans Wechtlin from German surgeon Hans von Gersdorff’s (1455-1529) Feldbuch der Wundarzney (Field book of surgery) published in 1517. The wounded man depicts examples of the types of injuries that might occur in battle together with the weapons that might have caused them in the late Medieval period.

Maarten van Heemskerck - 1550 –Death of sin brings a new man to life - Jacob's ladder or the allegory of the road to eternal salvation - The personification of Death holds a human heart in his right hand. In his left hand, he has a spear with which he wants to pierce the heart. The print has a Latin signature and is part of a fourteen-part series on the subject of how to achieve eternal bliss.

Sebald Beham (1500–1550) was a German painter and printmaker - His engravings cover a range of subjects, but he is especially known for scenes of peasant life, and scenes from classical myth or history, both often with an erotic element.

Juan Valverde de Amusco (c. 1526) - Valverde's most famous work was Historia de la composicion del cuerpo humano, first published in Rome, 1556. All but four of its 42 engraved copperplate illustrations were taken almost directly from Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica. Vesalius bitterly commented on Valverde's plagiarism, accusing him of having performed very few dissections himself. Occasionally, however, Valverde corrected Vesalius' images, as in his depictions of the muscles of the eyes, nose, and larynx. One of Valverde's most striking original plates is that of a muscle figure holding his own skin in one hand and a knife in the other, which has been likened to Saint Bartholomew in The Last Judgment (Michelangelo) of the Sistine Chapel.


8.5 X 11 Inch - Reproductions printed on 24lb parchment paper. Each print will arrive in its own 2-mil magazine polybag with a cardboard backer board to keep it perfectly safe until you're ready to frame.

*Many of these originals are hundreds of years old so it's a given they would be in need of some polishing. Each print has been digitally scanned or photographed from the original and we’ve touched them up to eliminate any major blemishes, distortions, tears or missing parts. If interested in any particular size or print material, please let us know. We can likely pull it off for you.