William Holbrook Beard (April 13, 1824 – February 20, 1900) was an American artistic painter who is known best for his satirical paintings of beasts performing human-like activities.
Urban myth has it that witches used to take ergot from rye bread. Ergot is a powerful hallucinogen. It is also so that ingesting it would make them vomit.
So they would smear the ointment on their skin, and also on the broomstick. They would ride the broomsticks in order to allow the hallucinogenic ingredients to enter the body
without being rejected by the stomach!
POSTER & SHIPPING INFORMATION:
This listing is for posters of various sizes, medium 10 x 8 inches, large 20 x 16, and giant at 40 x 30 inches. Choose your size :-).
They are perfect for framing and are print quality.
We also do many other posters, calendars, prints and wall art. Check out the listings in our shop. If what you want isn't there let us know and we'll do our
best to accommodate you! We can do custom prints/posters/canvases/wall art.
This is a uniquely restored enhanced image to get the most wonderful print possible.
All images used have been retouched to remove any major imperfections and then enhanced for digital printing.
The images are of the highest quality and mostly 300 dpi.
This is a reprint, printed on high quality premium matte 170gsm finished paper.
The poster would look great on your wall, or as a present, also great for framing.
★ Size of poster is 10 x 8, 20 x 16, or 40 x 30. Please choose your size.
★ Beautiful prints, printed on state of the art printers
★ Shipped from the UK for UK customers. We have a distribution center in the UK, mainly using Royal Mail, FEDex or UPS.
★ Shipped from the USA for USA customers. We have distribution centers in the USA too, mainly using FEDex, UPS or DHL
★ Shipped from the EU for EU customers. We have a distribution centers Germany, France and other EU states
★ Giant sized 40 x 30, large 20 x 16, or medium 10 x 8
★ Digitally enhanced and remastered images
★ Printed on high quality premium matte 170gsm finished paper.
It comes carefully packed, rolled in a cardboard fitted tube for posters above 8 x 12 (A4) size, and flat sturdy cardboard packaging for anything below A4 size.