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Pothooks & perseverance

The most remarkable Walter Crane~Pothooks & perseverance, or, The A.C-serpent,

Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden: A Posy from the Plays | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden: A Posy from the Plays 1906 Illustrated by Walter Crane (English, Author William Shakespeare (English, Printer and Publisher Cassell & Co. Place of Publication: London, England

Title:幼な子のイソップ The baby’s own Æsop Artist:ウォルター・クレイン Walter Crane

1887 The Fox and Sour Grapes - The Baby's Own Æsop - fables condensed in rhyme, by Walter Crane - Engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans

Walter Crane~ Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden

Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden: a posy from the plays, pictured by Walter Crane

‘There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.’ Illustration by Walter Crane (1845-1915) from ’Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden’

heaveninawildflower: “ ‘There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.’ Illustration by Walter Crane from ’Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden’ (London, Cassell & Co.

Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden: A Posy from the Plays | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

‘Violets, dim but sweeter than the lids of Juno’s eyes’ illustration by Walter Crane ) for ‘Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden.’ Published by Cassell & Co. Image and text courtesy MFA.

Flower Wedding Described by Two Wallflowers Young Bridesmaids in Forget-Me-Not Blue    by Walter Crane Item #: 1863924

Flower Wedding Described by Two Wallflowers Young Bridesmaids in Forget-Me-Not Blue

Flower Wedding Described by Two Wallflowers Young Bridesmaids in Forget-Me-Not Blue by Walter Crane Item 1863924

Carnations Personified    by Walter Crane Item #: 1863404

Carnations Personified

Walter Crane

‘A flower wedding’ described by two wallflowers; decorated by Walter Crane. Published 1905 by Cassell & Company, London. Description: An illustrated verse with full-colour drawings by Walter Crane,.

Walter Crane: Art from "Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden" 1906

Enter Ophelia, fantastically dressed with straws and flowers. Illustration by Walter Crane. From Flowers from Shakespeare’s Garden, Enter Ophelia, fantastically dressed with straws and flowers.

Walter Crane

And Every Garden Sweet That Blows Doth Get The Lily By The Rose by Walter Crane English)

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