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Virginia Sterrett’s illustrations for Old French Fairy Tales

nelsoncarpenter: brotherobtuse: “Virginia Frances Sterrett’s illustrations for Old French Fairy Tales” via 50 Watts

“Tigre le Dévoué”, ilustrado por la artista francesa Agata Kawa y editado por HongFei.

Shen Qifeng (谐 铎), erudito chino

Tigre Le Dévoué by Agata Kawa this is beautiful . And tigers are my favorite animal !

'Cenicienta'. Ilustración de Hanns Anker, en torno a 1910.

The tale of "Cinderella," pictured here by German artist Hanns Anker around is one of the Grimms best-loved tales.

Flores y Palabras: Virginia Frances Sterrett: Tanglewood Tales #illustration #tanglewoodtales

Tanglewood Tales Hawthorne, Nathaniel Illustrator: Sterrett, Virginia Frances Philadelphia: Penn Publishing, 1921 (first edition)

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Gorgeous, Dark Fairy Tale Illustrations by Nadezhda Illarionova- Donkey Skin. The original Cinderella.

Missouri-born illustrator Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900–1931) managed to complete just three books in her short life, all of them commissioned by the Penn Publishing Company: Old French Fairy Tales (1920), Tanglewood Tales (1921), and Arabian Nights (1928). She was diagnosed with tuberculosis at the age of 19, around the time she received that first commission.

Cadmus beheld a female figure, wonderfully beautiful (frontispiece). ‘The Dragon’s Teeth’ from “Tanglewood Tales” illustrated by Virginia F.

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"What are you seeking, little one?" Virginia Frances Sterrett illustration from Old French Fairy Tales

theartofanimation: “Akiya_kageichi - https://twitter.com/Akiya_kageichi ”

Akiya Kageichi is a Japanese illustrator who calls himself Golden Gravel, a name which may refer to Japanese rock gardens. His sinister jesters, lazy rulers and clandestine warriors are set within …

Virginia Frances Sterrett

“Violette consented willingly to pass the night in the forest.” Virginia Frances Sterrett 1920 Illustration for Old French Fairy Tales by Sophie de Ségur

Image credit: Artuš Scheiner for Under Command Of Magic by J. Š. Kubín (1920s), via Flavorwire.

Exquisite Bohemian Fairy Tale Illustrations by Artuš Scheiner

Julia Iredale | surreal illustration | illustrations of women | fairy tale art

Julia Iredale's Surreal Illustrations Get Inside Your Head

Vancouver-based illustrator Julia Iredale creates surreal imagery that fuses landscapes and female figures into singular, coherent scenes.

Story Book Sundays - Grimm's Fairy Tales - Illustrated By Elenore Abbott

The Shoes Which Were Danced to Pieces (Story Book Sundays) - Illustrated By Elenore Abbott from Grimm's Fairy Tales, "The Twelve Dancing Princesses"

Tokyo on foot. Florent Chavouet. (voir image intérieur maison/appart)

Tokyo on foot. (voir image intérieur maison/appart) this is cool. it inspires me to draw things around my town