illus. Edmund Dulac - Arabian Nights (Hodder & Stoughton, 1907)

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves - Stories from The Arabian Nights as retold by Lawrence Housman, 1907

Edmund Dulac - 'As soon as he came in she began to jeer at him' from ''Ali Baba and the Forty Theives" (1907)

Edmund Dulac - 'As soon as he came in she began to jeer at him' from ''Ali Baba and the Forty Theives"

Edmund Dulac (1882 - 1953 ) ilustrador británico. - Arabian nights

"At so arrogant a claim all the courtiers burst into loud laughter" Edmund Dulac, 1908 Housman's Stories from the Arabian Nights Formatting and text by George P.

Edmund Dulac - Sinbad the Sailor, originally published as part of The Arabian Nights, 1907 - The sleeper: Abul Hasen entertains

The Arabian Nights; Sir Richard Burton, translator, 1850 - Abu Kir The Dyer and Abu Sir The Barber

Edmund Dulac «Sinbad the Sailor».

Edmund Dulac - Sinbad the Sailor, originally published as part of The Arabian Nights, 1907 - The three Calenders: the lady in the underground

From Edmund Dulac, Illustrator: Stories from the Arabian Nights.

Stories from the Arabian Nights, retold by Laurence Housman with drawings by Edmund Dulac (Hodder & Stoughton "The damsel upset the pan"

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves - Stories from The Arabian Nights as retold by Lawrence Housman, 1907 illus. by Edmund Dulac

Morgiana went in to her mistress, and returning presently bade Ali Baba enter. Then leaving him to break to his sister-in-law the news and the sad circumstances of his brother's death, she, with her p.

Willy Pogany. #WillyPogany #ArabianNights

Illustration by Willy Pogány from the 1928 edition of Edward FitzGerald’s translation of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám: You know, my Friends, with what a brave Carouse I made a Second Marriage in my.

Monro S. Orr - Illustrations for Stories from the Arabian Nights based on a translation by Edward William Lane; selected & edited by Frances Jenkins Olcott - Frontispiece [3 of 16]

Monro S. Orr - Illustrations for Stories from the Arabian Nights based on a translation by Edward William Lane; selected & edited by Frances Jenkins Olcott - Frontispiece of

Edmund Dulac - Sinbad the Sailor, originally published as part of The Arabian Nights, 1907 - Alladin: the nuptial dance

The Nuptial Dance of Aladdin and the Lady Bedr-el-Budur (from ‘Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp’). “Sindbad the Sailor and other Stories from the Arabian Nights” illustrated by Edmund Dulac

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