Florence Mary Anderson

Florence Mary Anderson (1874 – 1930) was an English artist, book illustrator, wood engraver and children's author who flourished between 1914 and 1930. She also illustrated under her maiden name of Molly MacArthur or Florence Mary MacArthur. Her work was influenced by the British school of Fairy Art.


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Florence Mary Anderson

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The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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Behind the Ship there Floated up a Band of Fairies - The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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Diving into the Great Pool at the Bottom - The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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Fairies from every Flower and Tree - The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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High above the Town - The Cradle Ship by Edith Howes, 1916

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"Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" – Vol 88 London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1918.

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Bat Sniper; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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Find the Old Pedlar, Little Wee Man; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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Never Come Back Till You Can Bring the Fairy Treasure; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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The Bat-Snipers Began to Shiver and Shake; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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The Bat-Sniper Was Angry - Very Angry; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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Someone Seized His Arm; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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The Cupids Heart; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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Off Set the Carriage to Fairyland; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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One of the Fairies Caught the Cupids Message; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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The Cupid Fastened His Own Wings; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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It Was Very Cold in the Milky Way; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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A Big Cruel Smile Came Over The Pedlars Face; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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Away Shot the Arrow; The Wee Little Cupid & the Magic Stardust from "Little Folks - The Magazine for Boys and Girls" - London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1915.

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In the Centre was a Star - The Password to Fairyland by Elizabeth Southwart, 1920

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Bare Feet twinkled as they Danced - The Password to Fairyland by Elizabeth Southwart, 1920

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Come along, Mortals, said Skygold - The Password to Fairyland by Elizabeth Southwart, 1920

"The Password to Fairyland" (1920), illustrated by Florence Anderson (Spirit of the Ages)

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Three Tremendous Yews had sprung up in the Opening - The Password to Fairyland by Elizabeth Southwart, 1920

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She, too, was a Few Inches above the Ground, sailing along on the Wind - The Password to Fairyland by Elizabeth Southwart, 1920

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