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Shakespeare’s comedy of a midsummer night’s dream, with illustration by W. Heath Robinson. Published 1914 by Constable & Co

Shakespeare’s comedy of a midsummer night’s dream, with illustration by W. Published 1914 by Constable & Co

La Morte D'Arthur, Aubrey Beardsley

The Lady of the Lake Telleth Arthur of the Sword Excalibur Aubrey Beardsley - by style - Art Nouveau

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Arthur Rackham, "Around, around, around they go.

Henry Justice Ford

How the Old Man disappeared after Dinner - The Violet Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1901

Dansk Jävlarna  Let me kiss you while you kill that, darling.

the kiss that gave the victory from the Crimson Fairy book by Andrew Lang illustration by Henry Justice Ford

coaxare:  Current Inspiration Series #28: Mac Harshberger Illustrations from Tristan and Iseult Scan Source

"For seven days and seven nights the sea so drew him; at times, to charm his grief, he harped." From "Tristan and Iseult" by: Joseph Bedier (Author) Mac Harshberger (Artist)

He watched them as they lay by: Mac Harshberger (Artist) from: Tristan and Iseult (P. 110) -  1927

He watched them as they lay. From "Tristan and Iseult" by: Joseph Bedier (Author) Mac Harshberger (Artist)

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Heedless of Grammar They all Cried, "That's Him. The Jackdaw Of Rheims - The Ingoldsby Legends by Thomas Ingoldsby, 1907

H.J. Ford, The crimson fairy book

The faithful servant & the three eagles. Artist: Ford, Henry Justice Book Title: The crimson fairy book Author: Lang, Andrew Published: London, 1903 Source: the Boston Public Library, the Internet Archive

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Arthur Rackham - The Ingoldsby Legends of Mirth and Marvels Second Edition 1905 - "Ads cuss it! I've spoile myself now by that 'ere nasty gusset"

Arthur Rackham Undine Fairytale

Undine: The Guide Counted Cross Stitch Pattern - Arthur Rackham Artwork - by ThisSideOfWhimsy

How the Round Table began - The Book of Romance by Andrew Lang, 1902 - illustrated by H.J. Ford

How the Round Table began - The Book of Romance by Andrew Lang, 1902 - illustrated by H.

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