An improvisation about ‘Die Toteninsel’ by Arnold Böcklin.

GIMP 2.6 Photomanipulation by usage of my own photos and textures

main part of the painting ‘die Toteninsel’ (’isle of the dead) by Arnold Böcklin (1827-1901):

the sailing-boat at the left side from a painting of Amaldus Nielsen (1838-1932):

and the jackdaws from:


  • Dwarkan
    Dwarkanabout 3 years ago

    Love this painting !!! Excellente tribute !… please consider adding this to The League of Extraordinary Photomanipulation !
    In case you are interested, I am sending you an invite to join the group…

  • Thanks a lot for your comment and your unexpected invitation!
    There are many artists in your group who are on my watchlist. So it’s a pleasure for me to join in!

    – doubleblind

  • Shanina Conway
    Shanina Conwayabout 3 years ago

    Fantastic work and congratulations on being featured

  • Thank you so much!

    – doubleblind

  • charliethetramp
    charliethetrampabout 3 years ago

    a wonderfully gothic composition

  • Denise Abé
    Denise Abéabout 3 years ago

    fabulous :) xxx

    JUSTARTabout 3 years ago

    great work

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageabout 3 years ago

    bravo !
    my best, your host (francis).

  • Wow! Thank you again!

    – doubleblind

  • Colleen Milburn
    Colleen Milburnalmost 3 years ago

    WOW. This is incredible work – love, love, love!

  • Thank you very much! :)

    – doubleblind

  • Bob Culshaw
    Bob Culshawalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations! Superb work!

    (Click on banner for link to Feature Page)

  • Thanks a lot!

    – doubleblind

  • Mark Richards
    Mark Richardsalmost 3 years ago

    Amazing work and congratulations on the feature too, well deserved!

  • Thanks a lot, Mark!

    – doubleblind

  • Christine Lake
    Christine Lakealmost 3 years ago

    Amazing work.

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