Sixteen imaginative stained glass illustrations transport colorists into an alternative reality. Dressed in eccentric adaptations of Victorian fashions, these steampunkers operate flying machines and submarines, build robots, conduct experiments, and engage in other activities reminiscent of the futu... read more
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Sixteen imaginative stained glass illustrations transport colorists into an alternative reality. Dressed in eccentric adaptations of Victorian fashions, these steampunkers operate flying machines and submarines, build robots, conduct experiments, and engage in other activities reminiscent of the futuristic fiction of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne.
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