1912 Fairie Tale Art From "In Powder and Crinoline" [The Twelve Dancing Princesses], in my shop now

Vintage 1983 Kay Nielsen Fairy Tale Art From 'In Powder and Crinoline' For "The 12 Dancing Princesses" Here is a luscious, paper featuring art by Kay Nielsen, gleaned from a damaged a 1988 ed

The Illustrations of Kate Baylay.- Graduada con honores de la Universidad del Oeste de Inglaterra, Kate Baylay crea piezas oscuras y engañosamente decorativas, se inspira en el trabajo de los ilustradores de "La Edad de Oro". Sus ilustraciones de cuentos de hadas, relatos cortos y novelas son clásicas y al mismo tiempo contemporáneas. (Via http://jaredleto.com/thisiswhoireallyam/2013/07/30/the-illustrations-of-kate-baylay/ ...

Kate Baylay Illustration: The Olive Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, published by The Folio Society 2012

’He stood up like a royal man and claimed her for his bride’ illustration by Florence Harrison (1877–1955) for ‘PoemsR...

My father gave me a necklace, when I was young, that reminds me of this.Emma Florence Harrison "Maiden Song" Date: circa 1910

$2.75 Maidens on Horses Edmund Dulac Illustration Reproduction Greeting Card, in my #Etsy store today

Dulac "Arabian Nights, Maidens on Horses." Maidens on white horses, with heads unveiled, bearing in their hands baskets of precious stones.

Kay Nielsen vintage illustration Norwegian folk tale fairy tale home decor The Giant Who Had No Heart In His Body 8.5x11.5 inches (6.50 GBP) by FairlyVintagePrints

Kay Nielsen vintage illustration Norwegian folk tale fairy tale home decor The Giant Who Had No Heart In His Body inches GBP) by FairlyVintagePrints

.:.  mortisia:Seiichi HayashiHayashi Seiichi (1945-)  林静一 illustration from manga Red Colored Elegy 赤色エレジー, 1970

blackcoffeecinnamon: “mortisia: “Seiichi Hayashi ” Hayashi Seiichi 林静一 illustration from manga Red Colored Elegy 赤色エレジー, 1970 ”

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Feeling Very Undancey, from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, illustration by Arthur Rackham, c.1910

Arthur Rackham - "Feeling Very Undancey" (Apparently, "dancey" to the fairy folk = "happy"; the woman/fairy here is Queen Mab) - illustration for 'Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens'

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