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What better way to brighten up your Victorian, Gothic or Steampunk dècor than with a chilling Victorian Skeleton Portrait Print? No need to wait for Halloween, he makes the perfect gift for all of your darkness loving friends!

This is a print of an original oil painting on canvas. It is printed on 8 1/2” x 11” Epson Matte Paper which gives it a rich, velvety look. I also use Epson Archival Inks guaranteed not to fade for 99+ years. Each print comes in a cello envelope with cardboard backing.

For a print of the Red Gentleman Skeleton, click here:

For the Skeleton pendant necklace shown, click here:

For a 1" round Blue Skeleton brooch (not shown), click here:

For a slightly larger, oval brooch of the Blue Skeleton (not shown) click here:

For a set the Gothic Notecards shown , click here:

For a set of coasters featuring both Skeleton portraits, click here:

For a 2" round Skeleton ornament (not shown), click here:

For a beaded Victorian style brooch shown, click here:

*** NEW Ready to Hang 8 x 10 MOUNTED PRINT. For details, photos and to purchase just click here:

This is also available as an ACEO sized print, just click here:

Copyright (c) 2012 Lisa Zador. Copyright is non-transferable with purchase of print and buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

Skeleton Portrait - Gothic Skull - Victorian Skull - Blue - Halloween Print - halloween Skeleton - Steampunk Skull

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: epson inks, epson heavy matte paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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