Monday, April 15, 2013


The original TV portrait.
DARK SHADOWS loves its portraits. At one time or another, most of the show's leads had their likeness done in oils, from Burke Devlin to Quentin Collins. Visual art played such a role in the series that the cast of characters even included a few people that were portraits come to life. Naturally, this fascination with art extends to fans of the series.

Last year, BILL BRANCH shared some of his DARK SHADOWS-inspired work with this website, but this artwork of Angelique (specifically Angelique Stokes Collins, for those of you keeping score at home) somehow slipped through the cracks. Branch created this art on an antique sewing machine cabinet that he gutted. And the tulips he added to the background of the image? Angelique tulips, of course.

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