xineann:  Venus in her airy chariot, Edmund Dulac

EDMUND DULAC,Venus in a Chariot,Illustration fromThe Tempest “I met her deity Cutting the clouds towards Paphos”

Edmund Dulac (born Edmond Dulac, October 22, 1882 – May 25, 1953)

“The Nightingale“ in “Stories from Hans Andersen” by Hans Christian Andersen with illustrations by Edmund Dulac, London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., Edmund Dulac was born October

Illustration s'il vous plaît: Edmond Dulac

"Here in this island we arrived" by Edmund Dulac frontispiece for Shakespeare's "The Tempest" 1915

Prospero.- What seest thou else... Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act I, scene II) illustrated by Edmund Dulac (1908)

What sees thou else in the dark backward and abysm of time The Tempest Edmund Dulac illustration

Edmund Dulac- Illustration for Ulalume

Ulalume - Edmund Dulac illustration from The Poetical Works Of Edgar Allan Poe, published

«Arabian Nights», Book Illustration by Edmund Dulac | Welcome to's Golden Age Children's Book Illustrations Gallery

And ever with the tears falling down from her eyes she sighed and sang (from ‘The Magic Horse’). “Stories from the Arabian Nights” illustrated by Edmund Dulac