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Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. Home Learning. Categories: Anthologies non-poetry. El Modelo de Pickman. Notify me. Description H. Lovecraft, fue un escritor estadounidense, autor de novelas y relatos de terror y ciencia ficcion.
Se le considera un gran innovador del cuento de terror, al que aporto una mitologia propia los mitos de Cthulhu , desarrollada en colaboracion con otros autores y aun vigente.
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El modelo de Pickman [Pickman's Model]
El modelo de Pickman
Lovecraft , written in September and first published in the October issue of Weird Tales. It was adapted for television in a episode of the Night Gallery anthology series, starring Bradford Dillman. The story revolves around a Bostonian painter named Richard Upton Pickman who creates horrifying images. His works are brilliantly executed, but so graphic that they result in the revocation of his membership in the Boston Art Club and he is shunned by his fellow artists. The narrator is a friend of Pickman, who, after the artist's mysterious disappearance, relates to another acquaintance how he was taken on a tour of Pickman's personal gallery, hidden away in a run-down backwater slum of the city. As the two delved deeper into Pickman's mind and art, the rooms seemed to grow ever more evil and the paintings ever more horrific, ending with a final enormous painting of an unearthly, red-eyed and vaguely canine humanoid balefully chewing on a human victim.