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The original words of Arthur Conan Doyle’s dramas airily drift together here as the cryptic Sherlock Holmes pensively ponders his next great mystery. The detective is shown in his familiar hat, grasping firmly his quintessential pipe as the light from a window falls upon his thoughtful state. Like an agile and intelligent bloodhound, Holmes unravels a mystery within his sharp mind. He awaits that adrenaline-filled moment when he will fall hot on the heels of the next unfortunate criminal who crosses his path. In this art print, Holmes is portrayed as man of mystery, content to prowl the shadows as a solitary and methodical vigilante. Only a delicate ribbon of smoke swirling up from Holmes’ pipe is an indication of the steady gait of a keenly analytical mind hard at work beneath a cool and unruffled exterior.
Through his Sherlock Holmes stories, Doyle made famous the most beloved fictional detective in the world and brought to life the solitary and enigmatic nature of this paramount figure. With the words of The Final Problem and The Adventure of the Empty House, this literary poster grasps the eccentricities and oddities of this wonderful mastermind and presents them with a quiet but powerful force.
|TEXT COVERED:||2 stories|
|SIZE:||20x24" - 50.8x61cm (Portrait)|
|AUTHOR:||Arthur Conan Doyle|
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