The Princess and the Pea (1911) by Edmund Dulac

Brunschwig & Fils (c)

Beatrix Potter, The Mice at Work

Edmund Dulac, illustration from The Little Mermaid

matisse, seville still life, c1910/1911

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illustration

'Tales From the Ballet' - illustrated by Alice & Martin Provensen (1968) http://www.amazon.com/Tales-ballet-Louis-Untermeyer/dp/B0006BV7RI/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0BGH8T92NH4B2RN73F06

Winterhalter - Anna of Prussia, married into the Hessian family

Hans Christian Andersen wrote the 1835 tale of a princess with a sensitive nature, sensitive enough to feel a pea hidden under several layers of bedding; it has lasted throughout generations in many cultures. His first collection of seven fairy tales, including The Princess and the Pea, was the beginning of a new genre of stories for children. Our version is exquisitely illustrated by Lynn McClain. Reading Level: Ages 7-9, Read Aloud: Ages 4-6, Pages: 23

Illustration by Edmund Dulac for The Stealers of Light

The Snow Queen ~ illustration by Margaret Tarrant christmas boy snow sled art horse fairy

Konstantin Korovin, By the Window

Sweet Peas (also known as Pois de senteur) Theo van Rysselberghe

Frank Weston Benson, Sunshine and Shadows (1911)

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Georgia O’Keeffe:  Pink Sweet Peas (1927)

Edmund Dulac - illustration "True Spartan Hearts" for Princess Mary's gift book.

Frida Kahlo in a hospital bed, drawing on her cast with the help of a mirror, 1951. // louder than the world.