Charles H Buchel - Caliban - 1904

In his painting, Buchel depicts a very primitive version of Caliban. While this Caliban is clothed, he still has very animalistic features. These futures include: long claws, long fangs, point ears, and a large amount of body hair to the point it could be called fur. The only evidence of civilization are the notes in the top left corner which were probably put there by someone else seeing as Caliban has no writing instrument.

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Charles H Buchel – Caliban – 1904

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