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September 21, 2009

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HP

I couldn't have been more than five or six years old when I first saw the infamous pilot episode ("The Cemetery") of Night Gallery, with Roddy MacDowell and the inimitable Ossie Davis.

I am sure that there are older stories that feature a painting that changes overnight (sounds like a challenge for Infocult readers), but that show will always be the ur-text for me against which others are compared.

Bryan Alexander

What leaps first to my mind, HP: MR James, "The Mezzotint." And Dorian Gray.

Steve B

Bryan, the artist John Coulthart (much Lovecraftian, you have probably seen some of his work) has done several blog posts on the various Dorian Gray film adaptations over at Feuilleton.
http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/

(Seems to be down right now, hopefully to be fixed soon.)

Bryan Alexander

I very much like Coulthart, @Steve_B.

Robyn Lynn Miller

this painting is freaky and scary when i tried to copy the painting it ate my paper and it's freaking scary cause it's a haunted painting i wouldnt buy that thing well im only fourteen and im curious about finding out about how the painting became haunted is the boy in it used to be a real life little boy and the female doll was guiding him through its just creepy and weird i dont get this painting its ugly too who ever made it is weird van gogh is more my style or leonardo davinci i love art but not this kind im just curious how its haunted please tell me im really confused this is a weird painting and kinda scary it creeps me out

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