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  • Tom Bovard

    'The Baby's Own Aesop', 1887 by Aesop and Walter Crane, Illustrated by Walter Crane

  • Cameron Reinelt

    (via Childrens / Fantasy Illustrations: The Fox without a Tail, illustration from Babys Own Aesop, engraved and printed by Edmund Evans, London, published c.1920)

  • Ketutar J.

    A Polar Bear's Tale: Walter Crane (1845-1915)

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Walter Crane was a prolific illustrator of children's books and a painter, decorative designer and theorist on art and on society. He was a central figure in the aesthetic and the Arts and Crafts movements.

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For YOU our magnificent Mother, my 1st. & eternal inspiration for all unconditional Love, Truth, Timeless Wisdom & Beauty.. Know that YOU you are loved & revered beyond measure, FOREVER IN GRATITUDE, Your fortunate children............... 19th c. 'Lillie's'... by; Walter Crane

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"Briar Rose" Written by Charles Perrault - illustration by Walter Crane " From The Brothers Grimm Fairytale Collection - France (1634)

by Walter Crane Such detail on his cloak