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Arthur Rackham The Owl and the Birds Aesop's Fables 1912.

“The Owl and the Birds” from “Aesop’s Fables” illustrated by Arthur Rackham

The Bear and the Fox: Aesop's Fables translated  by V.S. Vernon Jones and illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 1912

Arthur Rackham's illustrations for the VS Vernon Jones translation of Aesop's Fables, 1912 (The bear and the fox) 21 of 23

Arthur Rackham, "The Frogs and the Well" from Aesops' Fables. London: William Heinemann, 1912, page 161

The Frogs and the Well, illustration from Aesops Fables, published 1912 by Arthur Rackham

The birds show the young man the white dove's nest; What came of picking flowers - The Allies' Fairy Book, 1916

The birds show the young man the white dove's nest; What came of picking flowers - The Allies' Fairy Book, 1916 - Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

"The maiden fetched the magic wand, and then she took her stepsister’s head and dropped three drops of blood from it." [Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Sweetheart Roland, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.]

enchantingimagery: The maiden fetched the magic wand, and then she took her stepsister’s head and dropped three drops of blood from it. Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Sweetheart Roland, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Scan by me.

Arthur Rackham - Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens, 1920 - "They stood outside, filled with savagery and terror"

Arthur Rackham - Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens, 1920 - "They stood outside, filled with savagery and terror"

Arthur Rackham. Look at those apples!

Arthur Rackham Goblin is a broad term which covers many creatures of mischievous nature.

Fairies (from Rip Van Winkle) by Arthur Rackham.

'These fairy mountains' from Rip Van Winkle - my favourite Arthur Rackham illustration

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