1. Art by Unknown
It’s unexpected to see the wolf mourning the corpse of the girl.
2. Lake Moonlight by Mo Kelly
This piece has a Tim Burton vibe.
3. Krahe (Crow in Boots) by Hurzlmeier
There is a Halloweenie emotion to this piece that I love.
4. Art by Joshua Courlas
The owl is like an evil omen, and the man’s eyes are glaringly evil.
6. Art by Tristan Elwell
Galloping to disaster.
7. Art by Unknown
Death greets her like a gentleman.
8. Art by Adam Fisher
Blue shadows beneath the moon.
10. Art by John Atkinson Grimshaw
That moon and that sky evokes shivers.
11. Art by Sebastian Giacobino
Will you ever get into the ocean again?
13. Art by Alexander Jansson
Faces of darkness.
15. Art by Unknown
Reminiscent of Salvador Dali.
16. Witches in the Air by Francisco Goya
The person huddled terrified on the floor says it all.
17. Protect Me by Voody
There’s nothing more terrifying than a giant who can crush you with a fist.
18. Avenue of Poplars at Sunset by Vincent Van Gough
It’s peaceful and beautiful, but also very haunting
19. Sweet Halloween Dreams by begemott
This now famous piece is the reason you won’t go to bed tonight without a teddy bear close by.
21. Slack Rope by Esao Andrews
You can’t see what’s beneath her, but you can imagine it must be something terrible.
22. All Is Vanity by Charles Gilbert
The genius depiction of a skull, camouflaged.
24. The Forest 2 by Enigma Astralis
Very reminiscent of Tim Burton’s Halloweentown.
25. Forest by BigFace
The real story of Little Red Riding Hood is dark, like this painting.
26. Art by Unknown
In reality the ocean is a dark, dark place and this piece depicts it as such.
27. The Scream by Edvard Munch
Classically creepy. It’s that orange sky and that tortured expression.
29. Tree of Lava by janaschi
This has a very Tolkien / Elvish emotion to it.
31. Art by Hyuen Sam Kim
The size of that moon over the huddled little town, and the one lonely stranger standing outside.
32. Ophelia by John Everett Millais
The look on her face, the curve of her hand, and the otherwise bright, happy feeling of her surroundings.
35. Within the Woods by Riccardo Zem
I’m not sure what the tower creatures are, but their eyes staring at the lonely house are truly creepy.
36. Tree 220 by Toni Demuro
There’s an overall sense of loneliness in this piece. The moon, the crow and the bare tree all contribute. It makes you wonder what sad news is written on the paper.
37. Art by Toni Demuro
It’s the deep, dark colors and the depiction of autumn that shroud this piece in sorrow.
38. The Elephants by Salvador Dali
The red/orange colors, the barren landscape, and those beyond creepy elephant legs make this piece haunting.
39. Art by Unknown
Children before a gloomy, crooked background, with their innocence obviously in question.