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Edward Henry Potthast's painting "Coney Island"
Edward Henry Potthast's painting Coney Island

Origin

Edward Henry Potthast

Type

Painting

Effects

Viewer can see themselves as a child, can interact with themselves

Downsides

None

Activation

Staring at for five minutes straight

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Salico-84c

Aisle

95183-2025

Shelf

8521-65344-201

[Source]


OriginEdit

Edward Henry Potthast (1857 – 1927) was an American Impressionist painter. He was best known for his paintings of people at leisure in Central Park and the beaches of New York and New England. Due to the love of the beach, when he resided in New York, he would journey out on fair days to Coney Island with his easel, paint box and a few panels to get his best work done. Potthast spent many days at the beach painting scenes of children and their families. Through his artwork, he captured the peacefulness of the children. Although he never had children and was a somewhat private person, he clearly enjoyed their company.

EffectsEdit

Wearer can see themselves as a child, can interact with themselves but it's just an illusion created from their subconscious.

TriviaEdit

Inspiration for [Nightmare as a Child] Season 1/ Episode 29 of the Twilight Zone, as seen here: Twilight Zone Artifacts

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