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"The Rhine's fair children / Bewailing their lost gold, weep" (1910), by Arthur Rackham (1867-1939), from Das Rheingold (1854), by Richard Wagner (1813-1883).

wudugast: “ “The Rhine’s fair children, / Bewailing their lost gold, weep” by Arthur Rackham as published in The Rhinegold & the Valkyrie.

Sabrina fair / Listen where thou art sitting. “Comus” (1921) illustrated by Arthur Rackham

ART & ARTISTS: Arthur Rackham "Sabrina fair listen where thou art sitting." 1922 from 'Comus' by john milton

Arthur Rackham ( 1867-1939 ) -

Arthur Rackham ( ) - The wolf and the seven little kids ( illustration for Grimm’s fairy tales ).

"Magical rapture pierces my heart, fixed is my gaze. Burning with terror, I reel, my heart faints and fails"    Arthur Rackham

"Magical rapture pierces my heart, fixed is my gaze. Burning with terror, I reel, my heart faints and fails" Arthur Rackham

And this version of Hawthorne's Wonder Book - illustrated by Arthur Rackham. #children #illustration This book is in the public domain.

✽ arthur rackham - 'mermaids with sea-green hair' - from 'the wonder book'

Arthur Rackham - Fantasy Illustrator and one of the first children's book illustrators along with Beatrix Potter.

Arthur Rackham - Fantasy Illustrator and one of the first children's books artists along with Beatrix Potter.

Beckoning Shadows  "Calling shapes and beckoning shadows dire."  From Comus, 1921.

Beckoning Shadows

COMUS is a masque in honour of chastity, written by John Milton and illustrated by Arthur Rackham - 1922 version. "Calling shapes, and beckoning shadows dire.

The Northern Gods Decending by William Gersham Collingwood

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: "The Northern Gods Decending," by William Gersham Collingwood.

✽ arthur rackham - 'rhine maiden lamenting'

Arthur Rackham Rhine Maiden Lamenting,’The Rhinegold and The Valkyrie’ Thank you to Miss Amy for introducing me to this image!

Fuck Yeah Norse Mythology (fuckyeahmythologicalbeasts:    Odin and Sleipnir,...)

Wotan on Sleipner — Arthur Rackham illustration for Wagner's Ring Of The Nibelung In Norse mythology, Sleipnir is Odin’s eight-legged horse — described as the best of all horses — who is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel.

The Sleeping Beauty: The Prince Discovers the Princess and Wakes Her with a Kiss, c. 1913-1922 by Léon Bakst

"The Sleeping Beauty" Written by Charles Perrault - Art by Léon Bakst - A Fairy Tale From France

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