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Tag Archives: Edward Gorey
A very interesting essay by Gabrielle Bellot on Edward Gorey, artist and narrator of dark Gothic humour.
And they are beautiful–visual interpretations by David Hockney, Edward Gorey, and others of the Grimm Brothers’ tales. In celebration of older brother Jacob Grimm’s birthday this week, we’re looking at beautifully illustrated retellings of the Grimms’ fairy tales by artists … Continue reading
A short review by Maria Popova of the superb Edward Gorey’s illustrations for Dracula.