David Morrell Murder as a Fine Art - The Ratcliffe Highway murders of 1811 were the most notorious mass killings in their day. Never fully explained, they brought London and all of England to the verge of panic. Forty-three years later, the equally notorious 'opium eater' Thomas De Quincey returns to London. Along with his Confessions, he is known for a scandalous essay about the killings: 'On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts'.
Trademark Fine Art Scandal Canvas Art by Banksy, White Matte, Black Frame, Size: 16 x 16, Multicolor