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“Darkness and Dawn: Beyond the Oblivion”
Virgil Finlay, 1941

“Darkness and Dawn: Beyond the Oblivion”

Virgil Finlay, 1941

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myriac:

virgil finlay   November 1959 issue of Fantastic Universe Science Fiction

myriac:

virgil finlay   November 1959 issue of Fantastic Universe Science Fiction

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victoriousvocabulary:

CONCOCTION
[noun]
1. the act or process of concocting; to prepare or make by combining ingredients, especially in cookery; brewing.
2. the act of devising; making up; contriving.
3. something concocted.
Etymology: Latin concoctiōn- (stem of concoctiō ) digestion.
[Virgil Finlay]

victoriousvocabulary:

CONCOCTION

[noun]

1. the act or process of concocting; to prepare or make by combining ingredients, especially in cookery; brewing.

2. the act of devising; making up; contriving.

3. something concocted.

Etymology: Latin concoctiōn- (stem of concoctiō ) digestion.

[Virgil Finlay]

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sciencefictiongallery:

Virgil Finlay, 1956.

sciencefictiongallery:

Virgil Finlay, 1956.

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The Cosmic Juggler (preliminary)

The Cosmic Juggler (preliminary)

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Virgil Finlay (1914-1971)
Illustration for “L’Etreinte des Ailes” (The Shadow of Wings) by Robert Silverberg
In Galaxie #48 Apr. 1968 - French edition of Galaxy Science Fiction, New York - Editions Opta, Paris. Original U.S. publication: IF, Jul. 1963

orano:

Virgil Finlay (1914-1971)

Illustration for “L’Etreinte des Ailes (The Shadow of Wings) by Robert Silverberg

In Galaxie #48 Apr. 1968 - French edition of Galaxy Science Fiction, New York - Editions Opta, Paris. Original U.S. publication: IF, Jul. 1963

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Virgil Finlay - The Magic Mirror (1938)

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Virgil Finlay - The Magic Mirror (1938)

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orano:

Illustration #1 by Virgil Finlay for “La Voix Venue du Ciel” (What the Dead Men Say) by Philip K. Dick
In Galaxie #6 Oct. 1964 - Editions Opta, Paris - French Edition of Galaxy - New York (USA)

orano:

Illustration #1 by Virgil Finlay for “La Voix Venue du Ciel” (What the Dead Men Say) by Philip K. Dick

In Galaxie #6 Oct. 1964 - Editions Opta, Paris - French Edition of Galaxy - New York (USA)

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Cover painting for Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1942
Via Golden Age Comic Book Stories

Cover painting for Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1942

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