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Artful Vampire
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Lilith

Lilith

John Collier's 1887 painting of the mythical seductress of Hebrew, apocryphal, and vampire ...
The Nightmare

The Nightmare

Henry Fuseli's eerie, evocative 1781 painting of a woman being visited by a nocturnal demo ...
Vampire

Vampire

Edvard Munch's expressionistic painting of a female vampire attacking her lover.
Lady Lilith

Lady Lilith

Dante Garbiel Rossetti's Pre-Raphaelite painting of the feminist figure of Sumerian, Babyl ...
Hecate

Hecate

A work of art by poet, philosopher, and painter William Blake, that was inspired by the Gr ...
The Premature Burial

The Premature Burial

A painting by Antoine Wiertz depicting a woman awakening in her coffin after being mistake ...
The Vampire

The Vampire

Philip Burne-Jones' famous 1897 painting of a female vampire.
The Downfall of Adam and Eve and Their Expulsion from the Garden of Eden

Original Sin and the Banishment from the Garden of Eden

Michelangelo's painting (part of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling) depicting humakind's temptati ...
Lamia

Lamia (Draper)

Herbert James Draper's painting of the mythological character.
Nosferatu (film artwork)

Nosferatu (film artwork)

Albin Grau's original artwork for the 1922 German horror film.
Queen of the Night (a.k.a. The Burney Relief)

Queen of the Night (a.k.a. The Burney Relief)

A Mesopotamian or Babylonian terracotta relief of an ancient goddess figure believed to be ...
Lamia (Waterhouse Version I)

Lamia (Waterhouse Version I)

John William Waterhouse's 1905 version of Lamia, the character from Greek myth.
Lamia (Waterhouse Version II)

Lamia (Waterhouse Version II)

John William Waterhouse's 1909 version of the Greek mythological character Lamia.
Lust for the Undead

Lust for the Undead

A 1985 painting by Greg Hildebrandt for an illustrated edition of "Dracula".
Arthur Frees His Love's Soul

Arthur Frees His Love's Soul

A 1985 painting by Greg Hildebrandt for an illustrated edition of "Dracula".
Bat-woman

Bat-woman

French artist Albert-Joseph Penot's iconic painting of a woman with bat wings.
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