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Paradise Lost

"Raj Utracony" or "Paradise Lost" is a renowned Polish opera that stormed the stage in 1979. Debuting at the Teatr Wielki in Warsaw, Poland, this dark angels and demons classic commanded a stage presence all its own. Based on the novel by Edward Esch, "Paradise Lost" follows the last remaining tribe of angels wielding their bearings in a post-apocalyptic Paradise.

Leave it to famed Polish illustrator Roma Cieslewicz to seamlessly transport us directly into a realm of the dystopian. Featuring supernatural artwork of a horned demon using his pointed tongue to pierce the peace, it appears the last semblance of color and angelic harmony are at risk of draining from the atmosphere. 

The never ending battle between good and evil rings in immortality in this stunning late 70s classic. Make sure to get your hands on this harrowing work of art while you still can.

Condition: Good to Very Good. Light marks on bottom left border. Minor age toning and border wear. Small border tears and creases. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition.

Year: c.1979 - 43 years old

Size: 26.5" x 35.75" (67cm x 91cm)


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