BACON,PEGGY. GHOST OF OPALINA: ORIGINAL ART. Offered here are 3 of the original pen and ink drawings by Bacon used in her 1966 book entitled the Ghost of Opalina. All are done on art paper with publication notes in margins. They appear in the book reduced in size from the originals, described as follows: 1. "Pouring what light I had left into my eyes" - (p.52). A wonderful image of two dueling men in a forest. Hovering over the shoulder of one of the duelers is the ghostly spectre of a cat. Done with minute detail, the image measures 4 1/4" wide x 6" high. 2. "to enjoy Hominy, the tree house and the pigs" (p.168). Seven children are standing and kneeling in a field. They are looking at an enclosed pen with piglets and at bunny in a cage. The image measures 4 1/2" wide x 7" high. 3. "They did succeed in finding a few trifles" (p.220). Six teenagers are excavating in a cave and a shaft of light shines down through the entry. Image measures 5 " wide x 7". Sold with an ex-lib. copy of the book. All three drawings for.