The General thought of death on his pale horse and shivered.
I thought it was death—death,—Hillard, on the back of his pale horse.
Beside him, but a little in advance, rides Death on a pale horse.
"Death on the Pale Horse," the size of the canvas he used was 200 by 264 feet.
At last Death got off his pale horse and said, 'I will obey thee!'
At last came Death on his pale horse, crying, 'I will obey thee!'
"The pale horse," or livid green, is the emblem of pestilence.
I looked, and behold a pale horse; and his name that sat on him was Death.
He was now as pale as death's pale horse, and nearly as furious.
The large sketch, in oil, (on paper,) of Death on the Pale Horse.