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The Villa Diodati is a mansion near Lake Geneva  in Switzerland, notable because Lord Byron rented it and stayed there with John Polidori in the summer of 1816. Mary Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley were frequent visitors. Because of poor weather, in June 1816 the group spent 3 days together inside the house creating stories, two of which were developed into landmark works: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and The Vampyre, by Polidori.

A4 unique artwork on paper. Comes with an A3 white mount.

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Villa Diodati 1816 - Mary Shelley 'spirit of place'

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