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Illustration for "Israfil," from "The Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe," by Edmund Dulac, 1900.

Illustration for "Israfil," from "The Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe," by Edmund Dulac, 1900.

blastedheath:    Edmund Dulac (French, 1882-1953), Israfel, 1912. Ink and watercolour drawing, 372 x 272 mm.

blastedheath: Edmund Dulac (French, 1882-1953), Israfel, 1912. Ink and watercolour drawing, 372 x 272 mm.

Edmund Dulac:  Illustrations to "Gods and Mortals in Love." Selene and Endymion

Edmund Dulac: Illustrations to "Gods and Mortals in Love." Selene and Endymion

The Angel of the drink of Darkness, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam - illustration by Edmund Dulac.

The Angel of the drink of Darkness, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam - illustration by Edmund Dulac.

Ariel: "All prisoners, sir, In the lime-grove which weather-fends your cell" by Edmund Dulac frontispiece for Shakespeare's "The Tempest" .1915

Ariel: "All prisoners, sir, In the lime-grove which weather-fends your cell" by Edmund Dulac frontispiece for Shakespeare's "The Tempest" .1915

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