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Virgil Finlay Country: United States Famous for: Pulp Art, Horror Stories, Sci-Fi Stories, Lovecraft stories

Virgil Finlay, an American pulp fantasy, science fiction and horror illustrator who specialized in pen and ink drawings.

In absolute darkness we brooded on the origin and the destiny of the galaxies, and on the appalling contrast between the cosmos and our minute home-lives to which we longed to return Drawings by Virgil Finlay Title: Olaf Stapledon, Star Maker

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Virgil Finlay illustrated ‘The Homecoming’ by Ray Bradbury for Famous Fantastic Mysteries in December 1952.

the-october-country: Lawrance Sterne Stevens, Virgil Finlay illustrated ‘The Homecoming’ by Ray Bradbury for Famous Fantastic Mysteries in December

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art of the beautiful-grotesque: The Art of Virgil Finlay: Part III. That is what we see from the woman's eyes to the beasts and birds that surround her.

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Virgil Finlay - "Horns of Elfland", Weird Tales illustration, 1938

Virgil Finlay, Fantastic Universe 57-04, The Sand Painters.

Virgil Finlay, Fantastic Universe The Sand Painters.

Not Pulp Covers • mykillyvalentine:   Illustration by Virgil Finlay...

Virgil Finlay, The White Gorilla by Elmer Brown Mason, Fantastic Novels written in Caption: "The girl swayed, as people do in a cataleptic state, at the same time raising her arms.

Virgil Finlay illustration for The Planet Named Shayol (Cordwainer Smith)

I started researching Weird Tales a couple of years ago. The concept of pulp magazines appealed to my whimsical interests in fantasy, sci f.

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