Petra van Alden

Petra van Alden

Petra van Alden
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Exchange thirteenth silk decorated with gold thread and pearls - Reconstructions

Exchange thirteenth silk decorated with gold thread and pearls - Reconstructions

Törichte Jungfrau nach Martin Schongauer

Törichte Jungfrau nach Martin Schongauer

Silk green dress based on the picture on the right. With silk embroidery and river pearls decorations (and also a blue lining!)  https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/

Silk green dress based on the picture on the right. With silk embroidery and river pearls decorations (and also a blue lining!) https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/

skrimshanker:  W. Heath Robinson, The Fairy’s Birthday, December, 1925.via My Delineated Life

skrimshanker: W. Heath Robinson, The Fairy’s Birthday, December, 1925.via My Delineated Life

By Arthur Rackham. I had a print of this hanging up in my daughter's room when she was little.                                                                                                                                                     Mehr

By Arthur Rackham. I had a print of this hanging up in my daughter's room when she was little. Mehr

Titania with her Fairies

Titania with her Fairies

Arthur Rackham Puck of Pook's Hill 1906

Arthur Rackham Puck of Pook's Hill 1906

The Art of Children's Picture Books: The Tempest, Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

The Art of Children's Picture Books: The Tempest, Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

"Some say no evil thing that walks by night / In fog, or fire, by lake or moorish fen, / Blew leager hag or stubborn unlaid ghost / That breaks its magic chains at curfeu time; / No goblin, or swart faery of the mine, /   Hath hurtful power o’er true virginity."  Arthur Rackham, from Comus, by John Milton, New York, London, 1921.

"Some say no evil thing that walks by night / In fog, or fire, by lake or moorish fen, / Blew leager hag or stubborn unlaid ghost / That breaks its magic chains at curfeu time; / No goblin, or swart faery of the mine, / Hath hurtful power o’er true virginity." Arthur Rackham, from Comus, by John Milton, New York, London, 1921.