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You undoubtedly have run across the fairy art of Charles Altamont Doyle (father of Arthur Conan Doyle). The Doyle Diary: The Last Great Conan Doyle Mystery with a Holmesian Investigation into the Strange and Curious Case of Charles Altamont Doyle.  More of a sketchbook than a diary–written/drawn while in a Scottish lunatic asylum. He seems to have been a loveable lunatic–the book is full of his witty appeals to his doctors, trying to prove he was not insane.

You undoubtedly have run across the fairy art of Charles Altamont Doyle (father of Arthur Conan Doyle). The Doyle Diary: The Last Great Conan Doyle Mystery with a Holmesian Investigation into the Strange and Curious Case of Charles Altamont Doyle. More of a sketchbook than a diary–written/drawn while in a Scottish lunatic asylum. He seems to have been a loveable lunatic–the book is full of his witty appeals to his doctors, trying to prove he was not insane.

The Big Golden Book of Elves and Fairies with Assorted Pixies, Mermaids, Brownies, Witches, and Leprechauns illustrated by Garth Williams, 1951.

The Big Golden Book of Elves and Fairies with Assorted Pixies, Mermaids, Brownies, Witches, and Leprechauns illustrated by Garth Williams, 1951.

Lorenz Frølich  (Danish, Copenhagen 1820–1908 Hellerup). Child Climbing a Chair to Reach for a Kitten, 1835–1903. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Lincoln Kirstein, 1966 (66.576.10(6)) #cats

Lorenz Frølich (Danish, Copenhagen 1820–1908 Hellerup). Child Climbing a Chair to Reach for a Kitten, 1835–1903. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Lincoln Kirstein, 1966 (66.576.10(6)) #cats

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