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The Lovecraftian Art of Harold Arthur McNeill

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H. P. Lovecraft is not just an inspiration to writers but also to visual artists who wish to translate his uncanny and sometimes elusive descriptions into visible realities. Harold Arthur McNeill is one of my favorite Lovecraftian artists. This portfolio of his paintings, drawings, sculptures, graphics, and book-bindings will show you why.

Mr. McNeill makes his living from his art, so if you like his work, please contact him at [email protected] to arrange a purchase or a commission.

For more of Mr. McNeill’s work, see my article on his paintings here or visit his Facebook gallery here.










Binding for H. P. Lovecraft, "At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels," selected by August Derleth, ed. S. T. Joshi (Sauk City, Wis.: Arkham House, 1964)

Binding for "Necronomicon: The Best Weird Tales of H. P. Lovecraft," ed. Stephen Jones (Gollancz))















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  1. Posted September 23, 2011 at 6:27 pm | Permalink

    A fan video for Harold’s music project “Republic”:

  2. White Republican
    Posted September 22, 2011 at 4:02 am | Permalink

    Harold Arthur McNeill’s weird art (to use a derivative of H. P. Lovecraft’s term “weird fiction”) is definitely better than that on the covers of the Arkham House editions of Lovecraft’s work. I think McNeill should consider using different fonts in his work. Lovecraft’s work calls for fonts of an eldritch rather than a Germanic character.

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