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Terrance Lindall
Signed & Numbered Print of Milton's Paradise Lost by Terrance Lindall
2008. The " Visionary Foal" As Seen on Oxford Universities Web-site Search: "Citizen Milton." Terrance Lindall (is an American artist and the co-director and chief administrator of the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Lindall's illustrations have been published in Heavy Metal, Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella, among others. Lindall?s illustrations of John Milton?s Paradise Lost have been featured in textbooks and modern printings of Milton's work as well as Lindall's rendition of Paradise Lost in prose. "To get a sense of Lindall's broader artistic background, you might take a look at his large cover illustration of the comic book "Creepy" (now considered a classic - both the comic book and Lindall's "creepy" cover illustration of "Visions Of Hell (6/79)." It took Lindall only a few years to illustrate his synopsis of Paradise Lost (published in 1983) and in doing so, to provide readers [with] illustrations that incorporate "the artist's [Lindall's] concepts. . .the best since Blake and Doré" (Nancy Charlton), with, in my view, John Martin hovering strongly in the background, especially of certain illustrations. Lindall's illustrations (called "surrealistic" in the manner of André Masson, Salvador Dali, and Max Ernst), also hearken back to the 1688 illustrations by Medina;'\" Robert J. Wickenheiser, PhD., 19th President of St. Bonaventure University.
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