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SCARY ART! Prepping for Halloween.

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First vampire film, from the silent film era. / Max Schreck in F.W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu - Phantom der Nacht” / German Expressionism, 1922.

First vampire film, from the silent film era. / Max Schreck in F.W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu - Phantom der Nacht” / German Expressionism, 1922.

Walter H. Lambert was a British ventriloquist and female impersonator whose famous early 20th century vaudeville routine was a hospital skit in which his female character “Lydia Dreams" played a nurse, and his figure played an accident victim.  He was also an accomplished painter, famous for his 1903 large-scale painting of 225 Edwardian music-hall performers you can see here  (via)

Walter H. Lambert was a British ventriloquist and female impersonator whose famous early 20th century vaudeville routine was a hospital skit in which his female character “Lydia Dreams" played a nurse, and his figure played an accident victim. He was also an accomplished painter, famous for his 1903 large-scale painting of 225 Edwardian music-hall performers you can see here (via)

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