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little-miss-melancholy: “ Arthur Rackham “Undine” “Soon she was lost to sight in the Danube” (detail) Arthur Rackham (English, leading ‘Golden Age’ illustrator. “Undine” (novella) by.

This is from"Little Brother and little sister and other tales", by the brothers Grimm. This is from the story "The True Sweetheart"  This gorgeous illustration is by Arthur Rackham, and is taken from a collection selected and edited by Jeff A. Menges.

Arthur Rackham The Third Time She Wore the Star-Dress which Sparkled with Every Step; The True Sweetheart - Little Brother & Little Sister. And Other Tales From the Brother Grimm, 1917

The Sleeping Princess; The Sleeping Beauty - The Allies' Fairy Book, 1916 - Arthur Rackham

The Sleeping Princess; The Sleeping Beauty - The Allies' Fairy Book, 1916 - Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham Alice in Wonderland illustration. Mockturtle and Griffin.

Arthur Rackham’s Alice in Wonderland Illustrations - All 12 plates of illustrations for Alice in Wonderland, illustrated by Arthur Rackham

"Rip Van Winkle." // Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham's Illustration to Washington Irving's Rip Van Winkle Arthur Rackham at Art Passions

The Night Before Christmas....Arthur Rackham

The Night Before Christmas

Christmas illustrations, from The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, 1931 by Arthur Rackham

Arthur Rackham, Freya Goddess of Youth, 1910

"Freia, the fair one" (modified) by Arthur Rackham Illustration from 'The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie' 1910 Arthur Rackham Watercolor, pen ink [English Golden Age Illustrator,

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little-miss-melancholy: “ Arthur Rackham “Undine” “Soon she was lost to sight in the Danube” (detail) Arthur Rackham (English, leading ‘Golden Age’ illustrator. “Undine” (novella) by.

Arthur Rackham, from Peter Pan in Kensington gardens, by James Matthew Barrie, New York, 1910.

Arthur Rackham - "Feeling Very Undancey" (Apparently, "dancey" to the fairy folk = "happy"; the woman/fairy here is Queen Mab) - illustration for 'Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens'