Albert Joseph Pénot was a b-tier academic artist working in the early 1900s whose life and work are barely documented today. But sometimes great artwork escapes from a little-known studio to haunt the fringes of the public consciousness. Meet La Femme Chauve-Souris, The Bat Woman. Chances are good you've seen her somewhere—a tattoo, a tattered poster in a goth bar, or in the TV show 'What we do in the Shadows.'
Well, allow me to present a digitally restored Bat Woman, printed using durable, fade resistance inks on museum-quality 110 lb (250 gsm) matte, uncoated archival paper, and are shipped in sturdy packaging directly to you door.
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