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"Fairy Lights" by Margaret Tarrant (1888-1959). Margaret was born in Battersea, a suburb of south London. She studied at the Clapman School of Art and later at the Guildford School of Art. She was an established illustrator and a close friend of Cicely Mary Baker. The two women influenced each others work and shared many of the same interests. Margaret, like Cicely, was known for her wonderful fairy images.

Illustration for the White Bindweed Fairy from Flower Fairies of the Wayside. A girl fairy kneels facing left, lloking into the trumpet of a bindweed flower.   Author / Illustrator Cicely Mary Barker

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Garden Fairy Girls Vintage Wall Art

Cicely Mary Barker, Flower Fairies

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Wildflower Fairy Vintage Wall Art

The Candy Tuft Fairy by Cicely Mary Barker. This image is part of a series of 168 prints known as The Flower Fairies.

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Herb Twopence Alphabet Letter H Flower Fairy Vintage Print, c.1940 Cicely Mary Barker Book Plate Illustration

This beautiful Herb Twopence Alphabet Flower Fairy Vintage Print by Cicely Mary Barker was printed c.1940 and is an original book plate from an early Flower Fairy book. Cicely Barker created 168 flower fairy illustrations in total for her many books.

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Vintage Flower Fairy Print by Cicely Mary Barker "Apple Blossom Letter A" C. 1930 Alphabet Monogram Vintage Decor 8x10"

Apple Blossom Fairies, Cicely Mary Barker