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“Thylacines were mysterious terrifying phantoms in the minds of Tasmanian settlers. I wanted to create a delirious image that suggested the thylacine’s doom. The painting could be interpreted as the hallucination of either the man or the beast.

Walton Ford: via Art Daily

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