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© Sheilah Beckett

Sheilah Beckett «Le Bal des Douze Princesses»

12 Dancing Princesses

From the Writer’s Desk « Under the Green Willow

The Twelve Dancing Princesses illustrated by Errol Le Cain  (via rosemaryandthorn)

Mon cabinet de curiosités, The Twelve Dancing Princesses illustrated by Errol...


Featured Fairy Tales: The Twelve Dancing Princesses

Michael Sporn Animation – Splog » Le Cain 12 Dancing Princesses

Splog » Le Cain 12 Dancing Princesses

from The Dragon of Og (1981), by Rumer Godden, illustrated by Pauline Baynes - based on a legend of the Scottish lowlands

PowerOfBabel: Book Bounty: Pauline Baynes

Pauline Baynes Cinderella Christmas card

An Illustrator's Inspiration: Pauline Baynes

The Gashlycrumb Tinies | Edward Gorey


Dune | Folio Illustrated Book

by Katsuta Mako. Love the simplicity of the hair with the intricate flower.

by Katsuta Mako | Very cool photo blog

Beatrix Potter illustration. I love Peter Rabbit and Beatrix Potter stories. JC

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Forget me not... by aurora3129

Character of the Day. Delirium from Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman series. Delirium is the youngest among the Endless, yet she is older than the rest of existence. She is often depicted as a little girl with heterochromia—one of her eyes is blue and the other is green; whatever Delirium sees through them, no one knows. Her hair changes constantly as well as her clothes. Her shadow never reflects her shape, and is tangible, like velvet. She is said to smell of sweat, late nights, sour wine, and old leather. Her realm is a chaotic, constantly changing mass of colors and strange objects and shapes, and contains a sundial with the inscription “Tempus Frangit” (“time breaks,” a Latin pun on the phrase “Tempus Fugit”, “time flies”.) Delirium travels with a “guardian” of sorts, a German Shepherd dog named Barnabas, on indefinite loan from her brother Destruction.  Delirium is once called Delight, but whatever caused her transformation is not known even by her brother Destiny.

Cinderella in Rubber Shoes : Character of the Day. Delirium from Neil Gaiman’s...

Lydia Nichols!

Lydia Nichols Illustration & Design

Pineapple Stretched Canvas by basilique | Society6

Life is a Danceable Tragedy

Life is a Danceable Tragedy | Julie Heffernan

Jane Austen

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Jane Austen

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Woodland Procession, Nicole Gustafsson

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