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Prints - Victorian Style Curiosities Posters

$ 25.00

Victorian Lowbrow art posters, by Madame Talbot, include a variety of amazingly designed art on thick quality paper and looks even better framed.

All posters are approximately 22 inches wide by 17 inches high, generous black ink lushly printed on parchment stock

Cabaret de L'Enfer & Cabaret de N`eant - Glow in the Dark PostersBohemian Paris of To-Day was written by William Chambers Morrow and Édouard Cucuel and in it described their drinking exploits which occured during the Gay Nineties in Gay Paris.

They partook of two well-known Cabarets, Cabaret du Néant ("The Cabaret of Nothingness") and Cabaret de l'Enfer ("The Cabaret of the Inferno"), both in the Montmartre neighborhood.

Count Dracula's Greeting 

This quote was taken from one of Count Dracula's famous sayings, from Jonathan Harker's Journal, 5 May, Dracula Chapter 2.

"Welcome to my home.
Come freely, go safely
And leave something
of the Happiness You Bring."


Count Dracula, May 18, 1897.

The bottom of the quote is the date when Dracula, a novel by Irish author Bram Stoker was published on May 18, 1897.