Cover for
Fall 2010
Space & Time Magazine

"H. P.'s Playpen" (Sold)

Water Color -16" x 20"
The House pictured above is one that H. P. Lovecraft actually lived in 1920.

New York Times, October 3, 2008:
Other writers associated with the Heights include Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, the novelist James Purdy and horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, who described 169 Clinton Street, where he had an apartment in the 1920s, as “unwholesome” and “furtive.”

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