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"In the entry stood the figure of a robed priest holding up a Cross, with which he faced a terrible creature like a gigantic slug, that reared itself up in front of him... Below ran the legend "Negotium perambulans in tenebris" from the ninety−first Psalm. We should find it translated there, "the pestilence that walketh in darkness..."
Design based on the short story Negotium Perambulans by E.F. Benson, first published in Hutchinson's Magazine, November 1922.
Lino print on A4 300gsm thick card.
Image may vary slightly from the picture shown, as each will have its own individual imperfections from the printing press. The handmade paper will also have its own individual marks and texture.
***Unfortunately, due to the ongoing disruption caused by Brexit, I am currently unable to deliver to EU destinations outside the UK. Hopefully this will be resolved soon!***