The Nosferatu Fine Art Print by Dan Colonna Brings Horror to Your Home

Beware that his shadow doth not burden your dreams with horrible fears.”

From the classic silent film Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens, Sideshow is proud to present the Nosferatu Fine Art Print by artist Dan Colonna.

Behold the horror that is Count Orlok! Replicated from an original oil-on-canvas painting, Dan Colonna’s Nosferatu Fine Art Print captures the haunting countenance of one of the most iconic vampires of the silver screen, rendered in astonishing, terrifying detail.

Partially inspired by a design for the “Timeless Terror” series by Quarantine Studio, this fine art collectible breathes new afterlife into the dreaded vampire count with glistening, bloodshot eyes, yellowed fangs, and wrinkled, sallow skin. Shadowed in dark tones, Count Orlok summons an air of menace and mystery that makes an unforgettable addition to any horror fan’s collection.

Each Nosferatu Fine Art Print will have an authorized, automated pencil signature and embossed seal of authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 150 pieces.

Pre-orders for the framed edition of the Nosferatu Fine Art Print by Dan Colonna will be available between 9am-12pm PST on Friday, October 26th, and will be priced at $250 USD.  If supplies are available, unframed prints will be available for pre-order between 9am-12pm PST on Monday, October 29th.

About the Artist:

Dan Colonna was born in Cleveland, Ohio but spent most of his life in Central Florida. Currently he and his wife Rhonda are living in Italy, fulfilling a life long dream.

Dan was always interested in the classic painting methods of the masters. Unable to find an educational program that focused on these techniques, he decided to take matters into his own hands. He began a quest to obtain as much knowledge as he could on fine art techniques. Through research, trial, and error, Dan developed a unique classical realist style of art. He divides his time between drawing and oil painting, primarily focusing on portrait and figurative subjects, his favorite being classic monsters.

In 2013 Dan was diagnosed with glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer. Doctors told him he might only have 8 to 14 months to live and to “expect the best but prepare for the worst.” Rather than giving into that prognosis, he worked harder than ever. “The road has been rough, and it continuous to change as new challenges arise, but I refuse to let it stop me.” Dan continues, “I prefer working in oils to create realistic images however, my new physical limitations are making it harder for me to continue to do so. Over the past couple of years I have realized that life creates different challenges. The necessity of being able to adapt is an important lesson that this situation has taught me. I recently began a collection of surreal drawings. This new series is sort of “resetting” my brain which I hope will lead me full circle back to where I began—oils and monsters! If not, I will just have to wait and see where the next challenge takes me.”

Following the Art of Dan Colonna:

Print details:

  • Hand-numbered limited edition of 150
  • 18×22″ fine art giclée print
  • 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
  • Epson archival inks
  • An authorized, automated penciled signature
  • Embossed seal of authenticity

Frame details:

  • Distressed Silver Recycled Polystyrene Moulding Frame
  • Custom double mat design (Crescent mats in Black and 9603 Underbrush)
  • Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
  • Framing grade acrylic
  • Wire hanger: No additional hardware required

Note: If the framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.