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Byam Shaw, The Garden of Kama 20

The Garden of Kama allegedly a collection of Indian love poems “translated by Laurence Hope”. The translator’s real name was Adela Florence Nicholson. the illustrations here by Byam Shaw being from a 1914 edition.

Byam Shaw: The Garden of Kama (1901)

Byam Shaw is famous for his luscious illustrations for The Garden of Kama by Laurence Hope aka Adela Florence Nicolson. The book, published in 1914 by William Heinemann, London, is a collection of love poems.

Old King Cole’s Book of Nursery Rhymes, illus. John Byam Liston Shaw (London: Macmillan, 1980 facsimile ed. [1901]).

Old King Cole’s Book of Nursery Rhymes, illus. John Byam Liston Shaw (London: Macmillan, 1980 facsimile ed.

Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900-1931)

Blondine and Bonne-Biche, illustration by Virginia Francess Sterrett for Old French Fairy Tales, Comptesse de Ségur,

From the Codex Borgia

From the Codex Borgia

Vladislav Erko, Ukranian Illustrator: The Scottish Fairy Tales

Kazki Tumannogo Al’bionu (Tales of the Foggy Albion/ British Knights Tales) illustrated by Vladyslav Yerko, 2009 - via

Harry Clarke - Illustration for Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allan Poe "The Tell-Tale Heart" Frontispiece

" I shrieked, "dissemble no more! I admit the deed! — tear up the planks! — it is the beating of his hideous heart!" --The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe

Illustrations for The Garden of Kama; Published in 1914, by John Byam Liston Shaw

Illustrations for The Garden of Kama; Published in by John Byam Liston Shaw

Nicola L. Robinson

I love 3 Monsters! - Nicola L Robinson Illustration Billy Goats Gruff, Troll Bridge, Chilrens book illustration classic fairytales, Pen and Ink monsters

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PAUS, Herbert, American artist : -- 'Popular Science' cover -- Dec 1928 -- 'Last-Minute Adjustment!

Nuit, the Egyptian sky goddess

Byam Shaw illustration for The Garden of Kama by Laurence Hope aka Adela Florence Nicolson, 1914

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