Undine by Arthur Rackham

The Knight took the beautiful girl in his arms and bore her over the narrow space where the stream had divided her little island from the shore - Undine by de la Motte Fouqué, 1909

At the back of the little tongue of land, there lay a fearsome forest right perilous to traverse - Undine by de la Motte Fouqué, 1909

At the back of this little tongue of land there lay a fearsome forest right perilous to traverse - Undine, illust by Arthur Rackham, 1909

Arthur Rackham TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE (1909) "To This Brook Ophelia Came"

"Tales from Shakespeare" by Charles and Mary Lamb Arthur Rackham (English, leading 'Golden Age' illustrator.

To This Brook Ophelia Came. Arthur Rackham. From Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb, 1909.“To this brook she came one day when she was unwatched, with garlands she had been making, mixed up of daisies and nettles, flowers and weeds together, and clambering up to hang her garland upon the boughs of the willow, a bough broke, and precipitated this fair young maid, garland, and all that she had gathered, into the water..."

leprincelointain: “ Arthur Rackham To This Brook Ophelia Came (illustration pour “Tales from Shakespeare” par Charles & Mary Lamb - 1909 ”

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Arthur Rackham - Hawthorne tree - A Wonder Book by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1922 (Garden City)

Six Of The Craziest Gods In Greek Mythology

The 6 Most Terrifyingly Badass Mythological Gods And Goddesses Of All Time

Arthur Rackham ~ The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie ~ William Heinemann ~ 1910 (“The Rhine’s pure-gleaming children told me of their sorrow.

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