"At the outbreak of World War I, runs 54 lithographs titled Dance of Death, through which reveals his anti-German sentiment. Print postcard size, are distributed among the allies as propaganda against the Austro-Hungarian Empire: in this respect, it should be remembered that Charles Carry, British Embassy attache in Rome sends his compliments to the request of a complete set for 'British Ambassador to the Quirinal, the painter Federico Zandomeneghi is struck and "scared" by the "infinite imagination" Martini." - Rough translation from Italian Wikipedia page on Martini.
Artworks found at the UNC digital library.
I originally mentioned this series within the first few weeks of creating Monster Brains.
Detailed descriptions of a selection of these cards can be found here.
Alberto Martini's illustrations of Edgar Allan Poe stories previously posted here.