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The Masque of the Four Seasons by Walter Crane, circa 1903-9.

The Masque of the Four Seasons Walter Crane - British, 1845 The masque was a dramatic entertainment that was popular in England in the and centuries. It was usually performed by masked players representing mythological or allegorical figures.

Walter Crane, "Ensigns of Spring"

Walter Crane - “Ensigns Of Spring” Walter Crane August 1845 – 14 March was an English artist and book illustrator.

Walter Crane 1895

oldpainting: Walter Crane, Fig and Peacock, 1895 Portion of ‘Fig and Peacock’ wallpaper, a design of peacocks amongst the foliage of fig trees, on a pale ground; Colour woodblock print on paper; Produced by Jeffrey & Co.

Walter Crane  British, 1845 - 1915  The Garden    Date: 1908

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Ceramic tiles - Flora's Train, designed by Walter Crane, Pilkington Tile and Pottery Company, 1900-01.

"Flora's Train" ceramic tiles, designed by Walter Crane, Pilkington Tile and Pottery Company,

Walter Crane, Morn; Noon; Eve; Night, 1891, oil on panel

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Illustration by Walter Crane (1845-1915) for the book A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden, 1899

‘A floral fantasy in an old English garden’ set forth in verses & coloured designs by Walter Crane. Published 1899 by Harper & Brothers, London.

The Arts and Crafts Movement was an international design movement that flourished between 1860 and 1910, especially in the second half of that period, continuing its influence until the 1930s. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

‘A floral fantasy in an old English garden’ set forth in verses & coloured designs by Walter Crane. Published 1899 by Harper & Brothers, London.

King Arthur & the Lady of the Lake

King Arthur

King Arthur asks the Lady of the Lake for the sword Excalibur, from 'Stories of the Knights of the Round Table' by Henry Gilbert, first edition, 1911 by Walter Crane

Goddess of Wealth Art Print at Art.com

Goddess of Wealth

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Ceres was the Roman Goddess of agriculture and grain. The word cereal is derived from her name. Goddess of self-nourishment, earth, abundance, She was personified and celebrated by women in secret rituals at the festival of Ambarvalia, held during May.

Klimt

A Walk to Remember

For clarity, this painting is often attributed to Klimt, but was not painted by him. This painting, 'Freya's Tears' was painted by French artist Anne-Marie Zilberman in the style of Klimt.

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