Solmon and the Stocking (from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens)  by Arthur Rackham.

For years he had been quietly filling his stocking, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham - illustrations for *A Midsummer Night's Dream* by William Shakespeare

Arthur Rackham: A Midsummer-Night's Dream - Act III, Scene II: . russet-pated choughs, many in sort, Rising and cawing at the gun's report

Arthur Rackham - The Ingoldsby Legends of Mirth and Marvels Second Edition 1905 - When a score of ewes had brought in a reasonable profit (2nd edition version) [110]

When a score of ewes had brought in a reasonable profit ; Jerry Jarvis’s Wig: A Legend Of The Weald Of Kent - The Ingoldsby Legends by Thomas Ingoldsby, 1907

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Arthur Rackham - The Ingoldsby Legends of Mirth and Marvels Second Edition 1905 - Witches and warlocks, ghosts, goblins and ghouls

One of Rackham’s early color plates for the Brothers Grimm fairy tales

One of Rackham’s early color plates for the Brothers Grimm fairy tales

Arthur Rackham, from Peter Pan in Kensington gardens, by James Matthew Barrie, New York, 1910.

Shook his bald head and murmured: cold, quite cold Arthur Rackham, from Peter Pan in Kensington gardens- 41 58

Art by Arthur Rackham (c 1919) from the book, SOME BRITISH BALLADS - &;Gypsie laddie

Arthur Rackham - They gave to her the nutmeg, And they gave to her the ginger; But she gave to them a far better thing, The seven gold rings off her fingers; The Gypsy Laddie - Some British Ballads, 1919

6a00e54fcf7385883401b8d0afbda7970c-pi (944×1187)     Beautiful Terri Windling

A cold wind howls, stripping leaves off of the trees, and the pathways through the hills are laced with frost. It's time to admit that winter is truly here, and it's here to stay. But Howard keeps the old Rayburn.

Arthur Rackham - Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens, 1920 - "They stood outside, filled with savagery and terror"

Arthur Rackham - Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens, 1920 - "They stood outside, filled with savagery and terror"

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