After some asking around and online research – give Doyle some fish & chips and he’ll work like a dog – you find the following.
- The ‘Tepes Tapestry’ is a three-panel work, about 12 feet long/high, and with each panel about 3 feet wide. These were the ones photographed by Aytown. Based on the images you found of it, to say that it’s “abstract” is an understatement. It has figures, large looming mountains or structures, and army, or monsters, fire, or maybe wind, and lots of strong colors. It’s currently on display at Castle Bran, the widely-accepted supposed home of the Dracula of history.
- Two of Francis Aytown’s works are owned by an auction house in London. The flat where he lived – supposedly with his gay lover – and worked still exists, in a London neighborhood undergoing a hipster gentrification.