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Arthur Rackham, from The Ingoldsby legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby (Richard H. Barham), London, New York, 1907.

Hey! Up the chimney, lass! Hey after you! Arthur Rackham, frontispiece from The Ingoldsby legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby (Richard H. Barham), London, New York, 1907. (Source: archive.org.)

Arthur Rackham, from The Ingoldsby legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby

Witches and warlocks, ghosts, goblins and ghouls. Arthur Rackham, from The Ingoldsby legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby (Richard H. Barham), London, New York, 1907.

There's an old woman dwells upon Tappington moor. Arthur Rackham, from The Ingoldsby legends.

Arthur Rackham's illustration of Goblin Market, by Christina Rossetti. On the subject of beasts of the underworld and women's creativity - Rossetti's poem is a whirlwind exploration of women's ambivalent relationship to their own creativity - how we fear it, protect it, nurture it and waste it.

Black Cat. From "Grimm’s Fairy Tales," illustrated by Arthur Rackham, London: William Heineman, Ltd., 1909.

"Alice in Wonderland" by Arthur Rackham

"The Frog Prince." Rackham uses pastel pinks and purples in the gown to make this princess look girlish, but she has a regal posture. Very sweet, innocent look.

Arthur Rackham, a gorgeous sketch of. . . some fairy tale which Google does not recognize by a search of the image; but it's gorgeous.

"The goosegirl", by the brothers Grimm,illustrated by Arthur Rackham.