Harold McCauley created this tense, action-packed, gritty, and dramatic illustration for an-as-of-yet unidentified pulp title, circa 1940s. The image shows a moment of intense combat with a faceless villain wielding a lead pipe above a cowering figure in fedora. The Orientalist underground lair, complete with skulls and spider webs round out the creep-factor in the classic, over-the-top, published pulp fiction illustration.
|Medium:||Mixed Media on Illustration Board|
|Dimensions:||Sight Size 12" X 16 1/2" Framed 19" X 23"|
|Condition:||Good with some foxing and soiling throughout|
|Original Use:||Interior illustration for unidentified pulp magazine|
Encounter In A Sinister Place
Artist: Harold McCauley