SUCCUBUS GENIE BOTTLE OF A HAREM SCHOOL COMPUTER

FAUSTUS CROW

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Many would say that Austin Osman Spare had his career entirely the wrong way round, who began as a West End celebrity to then end up in an obscure South London basement. By the time Spare departed this materialist circus, back in 1956, he had been largely forgotten by the square brained art world. But since Spare’s demise, like many another dead artist earning shekels for collectors, he has become a legendary figure, not just for his remarkable art, but for his even more remarkable inner life as a twentieth century sorcerer and magical thinker.

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Spare was ushered into this world in Smithfield during 1886; he was the son of a policeman, whose father walked the peeler beat where steampunk Jack the Ripper once stalked his prey. As for his son, he was hailed as a prodigy, genius, and all-round enfant terrible of the Edwardian art world. Spare was the…

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