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|Made by:||Eleventh Doctor|
|First seen in:||The Bells of Saint John|
|Appearances:||TV: She Said, He Said: A Prequel|
During his time in a 13th century Cumbrian monastery, the Eleventh Doctor once created a painting of the Victorian era Clara Oswin Oswald, captioned, "Run you clever boy, and remember". He created the work during his efforts to find Clara following her apparent death at the hands of the Great Intelligence. On looking at the painting, a young monk asked his superior if it was the mysterious "woman twice dead" of which he had apparently heard. The abbot confirmed his suspicions. (TV: The Bells of Saint John)
Behind the scenes Edit
A licensed canvas recreation of the Doctor's painting of Clara was sold through Forbidden Planet.