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Gothic Revival by Evan Wakelin the artist creates an depth of sinister illusion in this interesting piece.
A sooty, foggy night in Victorian London. great atmosphere for horror and vampires - Phuoc Quan: Black and White painting I get an eerie sense from this photo, something like what our set will be.
'Gothic Landscape' - photography by Yaroslav Gerzhedovich<<this would make a very intriguing book cover (hint, hint, future authors).
A crowned Death character holding a decaying lamb. Lamb is printed on 8 x 12 sheets of Canson Antique White paper. Each print was hand made via stone lithographic printing process.
Park Ravens by Lindsey Kustusch Haunting. Rulers of the dark. These ravens have pizazz! They are absolutely amazing and the background. Read an interview with Lind.
“Darkness approaches from outside. I feel no light inside me strong enough to resist it.” ― Christopher Pike, The Last Vampire
Gate Entry, Szewna, Poland - looks creepy.
Chaos cult by Kirill Semenov (Skirill on DeviantArt)
Peter Paul Rubens Cronus devours one of his offspring (Detail) Oil on canvas, 1636 some pretty dark tales out there.
this dark scene with fog is good because it sets the scene and makes it look more scary and forbodes something bad which is going to happen, with the church yard in the background and the tree with no leaves
It was a dark and dreary night. old house abandoned in the fog
Spooky Places…Swallowed by the Fog - Gothic Life
Walk me home by light of sleep and mist of dream. Fog of head to guide me through the waters of Insanity's doorway.
Night Scene, Artist: Peter Paul Rubens Start Date: 1616 Completion Style: Baroque Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 79 x 64 cm Gallery: Private Collection
Very cool paintings. I love the colors that the artist has used in the background. Crow/Raven Art by Lindsey Kustusch
The Woman in Black. A ghost story The Woman in Black is a 1983 thriller fiction novel by Susan Hill about a menacing spectre that haunts a small English town.
* Darkest Welcome by *Wyldraven* spooky castle and bats
Previous pinner said - Untitled. This makes me think of Anne of Green Gables when she said that the forest was like a cathedral.
Gothic - mysterious stormy night of the full moon bat flying over full moon rising above clouds, black white gray photographs