Artist: Donn P. Crane
Artist: Donn P. Crane
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Cid Campeador Hero of Spain, illustration by Donn P. Crane
Spain Illustrations, Photo
Cid Campeador Hero of Spain illustration by Donn P. Crane | Flickr
Spooky House (1930s) - Donn P. Crane
Vintage Halloween, Spooky Houses, Canvas Paintings, Donn Cranes, Holidays Halloween, Haunted Houses, Old Houses, Halloween Houses, Halloween Vintage
Vintage Halloween 1
Creepy old house, cobweb, bat.
I'm not that good but maybe a canvas painting some what like this? I'm going to try.
Spooky House. Donn Crane
The Six Swans -- Donn P. Crane -- Fairytale Illustration
Cranes Illustrations, Vintage Illustrations, Bookhous Series, Fairytale Art, Inspiration Illustrations, Fairytale Illustrations, Fairyt Illustrations Vintage, Donn
The Six Swans -- Donn P. Crane -- Fairytale Illustration...Vintage illustration by Donn P. Crane from the My Bookhouse series
Donn P. Crane Illustration
Donn Crane — The Story of Phaethon
Books Houses, Don Cranes, Houses Art, Donncrane Phaethon 100 Jpg, Donn Cranes, Art Ideas, Metamorphosis, Donncran Phaethon 100 Jpg, Florian Nicoll
Don Crane, the story of Phaethon
Marketplace of Aztec City Tenochtitlan in Ancient Mexico Book Illustration, 1949, by Donn P. Crane.
Architecture Tenochtitlan, Books Illustrations, Mexico Books, Ancient Mexico, Book Illustrations, Canvas, Aztec Cities, Cities Tenochtitlan, Ancient Meso
Marketplace of Aztec City Tenochtitlan in Ancient Mexico Wall Art & Canvas Prints by Corbis
Donn P. Crane Illustration from Children's Book "Don Quixote", 1953.
Vintage Illustrations, Children S Books, Books Don, Children Books, Cranes Illustration
Donn P. Crane illustration for the poem “The Bugle Song” by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Cranes Illustrations, Poem
Bugle Song Lovely Colorful Vintage Illustration by ankiradesign
Dante and Virgil Meet Charon on the River Styx by Donn P. Crane
Donncrane Dante 05 100 Jpg, Cranes, Illustrations Books, Divine Comedy, Ancestors Cousins Donn, Middle Age, Donncran Dante 05 100 Jpg, Illustrations Donn
Donn P. Crane - Divine Comedy
Donn P, Crane. from A Dream of the Middle Ages; from the Italian of the DivineComedy by Dante Aligheri
The Water Babies as interpreted by illustrator Donn P. Crane
The Water Baby, Illustrations Donn
Don Quixote and the windmill
Cranes Tis, Books Houses, Donnpcran Tiltingatwindmil, Books 19001950, Books 1900 1950, Children Illustrations, Children Books, Don Quijot, Don Quixote
Artist: Donn P. Crane 'tis a monstrous giant of infamous repute . . . 'tis that dark and dreaded ogre, by the name of Matagogah, You can tell him by the four great arms awhirling from his back! Ho, feckless giant! Avast! Avaunt! En guarde! Beware!
The Pictorial Arts: Donn Crane
Frey, god of sunshine, on his golden boar whose bristles symbolize the sunbeams, and Freya, his sister, in her chariot drawn by cats. Illustration by Donn P. Crane