Terrance Lindall

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Satan Enamoured, 1979 Oil On Linen 9 X 12 Inches
Fraudulent Temptation, 2011 24 K Gold Illuminated Print With Hand Painted Borders 13 X 19 Inches © Yuko Nii Foundation
My Warlock Dream, > Oiul On Board 6 X 6 Feet © Yuko Nii Foundation
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Hunter College
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Yuko Nii Foundation

Terrance Lindall produced art for Warren Publishing's Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella, for Heavy Metal magazine, for the Epic Comics imprint of Marvel Comics and for Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Magazine. His book Paradise Lost Illustrated, poetry by John Milton has been compared to other illustrators including William Blake's. According to Professor Karbiener, many students prefer Lindall's version, which appeared in Heavy Metal Magazine and has a popular following among young people. Professor Karen Karbiener, Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, gave a lecture at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in 2004 on " ...Milton's Satan and his impact on countercultural artistic movements from William Blake to the Beat poets in essence, the artists "between" Milton and Lindall, the radical artistic legacy." She is the general editor of a two volume survey of rebellious and reactionary American art forms, 1607-2004, the Encyclopedia of American Counterculture. Lindall owns Charles Lamb's as well as Lady Pomfret's copies of Milton's Paradise Lost, which is the first illustrated edition (Medina), 1688 & 1695.

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