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Delilah Copperspoon painting

Delilah while painting Emily's portrait.

Delilah's Paintings are paintings created by Delilah Copperspoon. They were first introduced in The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches, but used to be solely decoration at the time.

In Dishonored 2 some of Delilah's paintings from the DLC, in addition to a few new ones, have become collectible in a similar fashion like Sokolov's paintings.

Locations in Dishonored 2[]

Mission Painting Location
The Good Doctor "I Regard Her, Within and Without" In the Recuperation Room of the Addermire Institute
The Clockwork Mansion "I Look Upon the Craftsman" In Jindosh's apartments in the Clockwork Mansion
The Royal Conservatory "My Fires Burn within Breanna's Marrow" In Breanna's office in the Royal Conservatory
"Her Heart, I Bathed in Poison" In the Conservatory's archives
The Grand Palace "Her Face is My Smile" In Delilah's chambers in the Grand Palace
"My Name on Their Lips" In the Duke's office in the Grand Palace
Death to the Empress "Luca, His Eyes On Me" In the Dunwall Tower front yard, near the waterlock


  • "My Name on Their Lips" and "The Strings on His Back" were first seen in Knife of Dunwall DLC in the mission, Eminent Domain. Delilah's self-portrait can be located on the wall of Timish's bedroom office. The painting of Timish can be found on the Staircase in the Lobby.
  • "Her Face is My Smile" and "Her Branches Reach for Me" can both be found in the Void in the final mission of The Brigmore Witches, Delilah's Masterwork. Both paintings can be interacted with as Daud's non-lethal approach to the mission is to swap the paintings.
  • "Where it Opened, and I Entered" can be found in the Brigmore Manor. The Void Lantern in Delilah's studio is needed to reveal the painting and proceed with the mission.
  • Delilah's artwork for The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches was done by the artist Veronique Meignaud[1][2]
  • Delilah's artwork for Dishonored 2 was done by the artist Sergey Kolesov.[3]


  1. Veronique Meignaud's Dishonored Page[1]
  2. Cook and Becker Dishonored 2 Fine Art Print Collection[2]
  3. The Art of Dishonored 2, p.172-175