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‘The Queen of Sheba’ from the suite “Women of Myth and Legend” (1911) by Edmund Dulac

I do adore Edmund Dulac. - mm The Queen of Sheba - Women of Myth and Legend; illustration by Edmund Dulac for a poem by Andrew Dumas, Christmas 1911

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Photo of Russian Fairy Tales for fans of Fairy Tales & Fables. I love russian fairy tales .they r really really awesome and soo sweet !

One of my favorite artists - Scott Gustafson.

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빨리 먹어요, 다 녹겠다! 움뇽움뇽 Hurry and eat it up! It would melt! Nom, nom

빨리 먹어요, 다 녹겠다! 움뇽움뇽 Hurry and eat it up! It would melt! Nom, nom

Absolutely love Arthur Rackham (mostly because he's quite terrifying).

The Lady and The Lion- Arthur Rackham's illustration from the Folio edition of Grimm's Fairy Tales

"She Went Along, and Went Along, and Went Along..." 'Catskin', illustration from 'English Fairy Tales', retold by F.A Steel, 1918 (pen and ink, w/c), Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939) / Private Collection / Photo © Chris Beetles Ltd, London / The Bridgeman Art Library

Illustration for 'Catskin' by Flora Annie Steel, from a collection of English Fairy Tales, 1918 (artwork by Arthur Rackham) [published in New York by Macmillan Company]