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The Merman's Glass House from The Little Fairy Sister illustrated by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (1888 - 1960). Published in 1926.

Morello Morello S Invited? Apparently merpeople gather for afternoon tea as well! Only they have starfish crumpets.

The Little Sea Maid (detail modified) 1916 by Harry Clarke | Harry Clarke (1889-1931) Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator. "Fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen"

Harry Clarke Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator. "Fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen" Illustrated by Harry Clarke Original:

Warwick Goble - 'The thing whirred up into the air, and hung poised on its wings, ... a dragon fly, ... the king of all flies' from ''The Water-babies, a fairy tale for a Land-baby''

Warwick Goble - 'The thing whirred up into the air, and hung poised on its wings, . a dragon fly, . the king of all flies' from ''The Water-babies, a fairy tale for a Land-baby''

Set of 5 Vintage Illustrated Children's Fairy by vintagegoodness

vintage mermaid illustration grimm and fairy art for my bathroom wall Set of 5 Vintage Illustrated Children's Fairy Tale Story Book Pages - Ephemera To Frame Or For Your Artwork, Mixed Media, Collage and Altered Art Projects

Harry Clarke. Fairy Tales. In 1922, Harrap published The Fairy Tales of Perrault with pictures by Ireland’s Illustration God Harry Clarke (1889–1931). While not as frightening as Clarke’s Faust, Poe, or Swinburne, I expect this work fried the brains of plenty of children over the years. See the whole book on archive.org. A print edition with good image quality has so far eluded me. (in 50 Watts)

In Harrap published The Fairy Tales of Perrault with pictures by Ireland’s Illustration God Harry Clarke While not as frightening as Clarke’s Faust, Poe,.

oldchildrensbooks: “ Golden Fairy Tales. Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Thomas Nelson and Sons. London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York. .1913. The Little Mermaid “A large ship lay on the still waters” ”

Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Thomas Nelson and Sons. London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York. The Little Mermaid “A large ship lay on the still waters”

A mermaid on a dolphins back

liquidnight: “To hear the sea-maid’s music” Illustration by Arthur Rackham for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act II, Scene I, 1908

Dorothy Lathrop illustrations  (the1st and 4th of July!)

Dorothy Lathrop, illustrator ~ The Little Mermaid ~ 1939 'She had never seen such magic fires. Great suns whirled round, gorgeous fire-fish hung in the blue air, and all was reflected in the calm and glassy sea.

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