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Milo Winter: from Nights with Uncle Remus. Milo Winter (August 7, 1888-August 15, 1956) was an illustrator known for his work illustrating classic folk and fairy tales. I first encountered his work in an old set of Childcraft volumes, of which Milo was the art editor from 1947-1949.

Milo Winter: from Nights with Uncle Remus. Milo Winter (August was an illustrator known for his work illustrating classic folk and fairy tales. I first encountered his work in an old set of Childcraft volumes, of which Milo was the art editor from

squirrel - fantasy, rock a bye baby , by Cyrill Cowell pub by Bamforth

squirrel - fantasy, 'rock a bye baby', by Cyrill Cowell pub by Bamforth

Illustration by Milo Winter - Thumbelina asks the field mouse for a piece of barleycorn. (Illustration from Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales, by Hans Christian Anderson; Milo Winter, illustrator. Valdemar Paulsen, translator. Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, [c1916].)

Milo Winter (August Milo Winter produced works for editions of Aesop's Fables, Arabian Nights, Alice in Wonderland, Gulliver.

Hans Andersen 's Fairy Tales Milo Winter Illustrator Snow Queen?

MILO WINTER, Snow Queen, Illustration, Lithograph For Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales, 1916 - OMG! This fairy tale is such a huge part of my childhood.

THE LION AND THE GNAT  The least of our enemies is often the most to be feared. Pride over a success should not throw us off our guard.

"The Aesop for Children," illustrated by Milo Winter, "THE LION AND THE GNAT," Moral: "The least of our enemies is often the most to be feared." "Pride over a success should not throw us off our guard.

Hannah Firmin, illustration, boxing hares, brown hare, print

Hannah Firmin, illustration, boxing hares, brown hare, print

the velveteen rabbit by margery williams, illustrated by michael hague

"The Velveteen Rabbit - Written by Margery Williams - Art by Michael Hague - An English Fairy Tale

Carved Running rabbit weathervane with an oxidized copper leaf finish by Jay Miles.  Finish by Si'Na'Ya'.

Carved running rabbit weathervane with an oxidized copper leaf finish by Jay Miles

Three hares...The earliest examples of the "Three Hares" found in Chinese Buddhist cave temples, ca. 600 CE. The triple hares have also been found on Islamic metalwork, in 13th century Mongol works, and on Iranian copper coins dated to 1281. It's been used to illustrate Christian manuscripts and to decorate the carved wooden fixtures in the ceilings of medieval churches in England. It's also been found on the ceiling in a Jewish synagogue as well as other churches throughout France and…

Three hares...The earliest examples of the "Three Hares" found in Chinese Buddhist cave temples, ca. 600 CE. The triple hares have also been found on Islamic metalwork, in 13th century Mongol works, and on Iranian copper coins dated to 1281. It's been used to illustrate Christian manuscripts and to decorate the carved wooden fixtures in the ceilings of medieval churches in England. It's also been found on the ceiling in a Jewish synagogue as well as other churches throughout France and…

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