Fantasy Art Originals | John Blanche 01/24
The PhaetonVIEW IMAGE DETAIL
The Phaeton. Original size: 270 x 350 mm
Published in The Prince and the Woodcutter by Dragon’s World Limited 1979.
“Then Wyeth sensed his shoulder shaken. His arm, flung out, felt wrung or taken.
The woodman stirred. His eyes unblurred.
Whereat, in a flash, he whirled awake, coming aware of an eerie shape. Above, it hovered, peering down, face half-hid in the drapes of a cape!
A shock tocked through the woodman.
The noble nose… The winning chin… The beguiling profile smiling…
Wyeth leaped to his feet.
“Hush-!” the other softly said,
Touching a finger tip to his lip. “for none must know that I’ve come.”
Instantly Wyeth arrested.
Wherewith the other, reaching within the folds of his cloak, swiftly withdrew a silver key. He held it high that Wyeth see, the slipped it into the lock.
Text: © Dragon’s World Limited 1979.
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