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    • Jess King

      Arthur Rackham #arthurrackham #tree #creature #fairytales #forest #illustration #inspiration

    • Liz

      Authur Rackham- sweet tattoo idea!

    • Paulette Viljoen-Louw

      Artist Arthur Rackham : was born in 1867, in London, England. He studied at the Lambeth School of Art. He illustrated many books including Rip van Winkle (1905), Alice in Wonderland (1907), A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (1908), Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm (1909), Cinderella (1919), Sleeping Beauty (1920) and many other children's books and classics throughout the years until his death in 1939. His last work, for The Wind in the Willows, was published posthumously.

    • Cassandra Whiley

      in a better world.. Arthur Rackham~ from The Old Woman in the Wood ~ Little Brother and Little Sister and Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm ~ London: Constable & Co. ~ 1917

    • Lucy Rutt

      "The Old Woman in the Wood." (From The Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Illustration by Arthur Rackham.)

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