This is a simple portrait of Quasimodo, also known as the Hunchback of Notre Dame, who falls in love with Esmeralda the gypsy dancer. When he realizes that Frollo the evil priest orders the hanging of Esmeralda, he throws Frollo to his death from the roof of Notre Dame. Then he takes Esmeralda's body to the crypt where decades later it is opened to find the skeleton of a gypsy dancer and in the corner is also a skeleton of a deformed person who apparently sat down in the corner of the crypt and died keeping watch over the body of Esmeralda.
Caran D'Ache wax-oil with oil paint on bristol board
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