Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Poe 1968, Pt. 28

(Continued from Poe 1968, Pt. 27)

"KING PEST"
     (Gallery of Illustrations)

Here's a bonus gallery of illustrations by various artists over the decades.

"KING PEST" by Harry Clarke   (1919)
 

"KING PEST" by Berdon   (1932)
"KING PEST" by Auguste Leroux   (1933)
"KING PEST" by Arthur Rackham   (1935)
"KING PEST" by Manuel Gervasini   (1995)
"KING PEST" by Randall Enos   (2016)
"KING PEST" by John Coulthart   (2017)
Copyright (C) the various artists.

     Scans of "King Pest" by
Harry Clarke (1919) from the Pellucidar Offerings site,

Berdon (1932) from the Auction Catawiki site,
Auguste Leroux (1935) from the CuBra site,
Arthur Rackham (1935) from the Pellucidar Offerings blog,

Manuel Gervasini (1995) from the Digi Lander Libero site,
Randall Enos (2016) from the North American Review.Org site,  and

John Coulthart (2017) from the John Coulthart.com site.

Restorations by Henry R. Kujawa

For more:
Read about Edgar Allan Poe
at The Poe Museum site.

Read about Dino Battaglia at the Lambiek Comiclopedia site. 
See more of Dino Battaglia's work at the Comic Art Fans site.
 

Read about KING PEST at the Grotesque Ground site.
Read a review of KING PEST at the JSTOR site.
Read the complete story at
at The Literature Network site.

     Comics:
Read the Dino Battaglia KING PEST adaptation!

     (Coming soon:)
Read the Luiz Saidenberg KING PEST adaptation!

Read the Anton Emdin KING PEST adaptation!
Read the Eric Stanway KING PEST adaptation!

See my Edgar Allan Poe overview at this very blog!

(Continued in Poe 1968, Pt. 29)

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