Tales of The Black Dog are prevalent in the folklore of the British Isles where these nocturnal spectral or demonic entities were commonly held as a portent of death. Although most were malevolent, others served as familiars for witches or as guardians, protecting or guiding travellers at night.
Relief print hand-burnished on handmade Nepalese lokta paper in either rose or olive green, or on an old book page. Signed and stamped.
• lokta approximately A5 (148x210mm)
• book page approximately 150x100mm
• Prints will vary due to the texture of the paper so please allow for slight differences and imperfections.
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