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Gruss vom Krampus Art Print reproduced from a hand illustrated original artwork by Mr.Chadwick, from a limited run of 100 prints.*


The evening of the 5th December, the night prior to The Feast of St. Nicholas (celebrated across central Europe on 6th December) is known as Krampusnacht. On this night a wicked hairy devil, half goat, half demon, appears on the streets visiting homes and businesses, occasionally accompanied by Saint Nicholas. If he visits you it is customary to offer Krampus a glass of schnapps. Where St. Nick concerns himself only with good children, Krampus deals with the naughty and the bad, carrying them away in a basket on his back. Have you been good little boy or girl this year?


My Krampus was illustrated with a nod to Alphonse Mucha who's work typifies the late nineteenth century artwork of the region. Any resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, (particularly the artist and his youngest daughter) is purely coincidental.


* Clips and frame shown for illustration purposes only and are not included

Limited Edition "Gruss Vom Krampus" Art Print

  • Giclee archival print colourfast for 75+ years.

    Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm textured stock.


    Signed and uniquely numbered by the artist

    Embossed stamp of authenticity.

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