Virgil Finlay - Collections

Collections

  • Virgil Finlay (1971) published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.
  • An Astrology Sketch Book (1975) introductions by Beverly C. Finlay and Robert Prestopino, published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.
  • Finlay's Femmes (1976) - portfolio of drawings
  • Finlay's Illustrations for Weird Tales (1976) - portfolio of drawings published by Showcase Art Productions
  • Women of the Ages (1992) published by Underwood-Miller
  • Stange Science (1993) published by Underwood-Miller
  • Phantasms (1993) published by Underwood-Miller
  • Virgil Finlay's Far Beyond (1994) published by Charles F. Miller

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