Illustration for Edgar Allan Poe’s story “Ligeia” by Harry Clarke, published in 1919. his illustrations were influential to the renewed interest in edgar allen poe’s literary works in the early century. the crisp ink style with stylized nods to nouveau gave a frightening dream-like quality to Poe’s written word that remain haunting to the imagination even today.

Illustration for Edgar Allan Poe’s story “Ligeia” by Harry Clarke, published in 1919. his illustrations were influential to the renewed interest in edgar allen poe’s literary works in the early century. the crisp ink style with stylized nods to nouveau gave a frightening dream-like quality to Poe’s written word that remain haunting to the imagination even today.

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