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The Names upon the Harp - Eithlinn by P. J. Lynch  If you enjoy Irish legends illustrated beautifully, this is the book for you. Simply gorgeous.

Irish Legends - birdsofrhiannon: Eithlinn in the tower by P. Lynch In Irish mythology, Ethniu (or Eithne) is the daughter of the Fomorian leader Balor, and the mother of Lugh. [The Names upon the Harp - Eithlinn - PJ Lynch]

I don't know what to feel about this beautiful moment anymore ( ,_ _)

Clothing medieval - the white Queen (Movie) - King Eduard IV. and Elisabeth Woodville

The Accolade by Edmund Leighton - inspiration for Eowyn's Shieldmaiden gown (look at the sleeves)

The Accolade, 1901 by Edmund Blair Leighton Another of those Romantic/Pre-Raphaelite paintings that make me swoon and get all mushy!

William Henry Margetson, "She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery", from "Legends of King Arthur and His Knights"

Another, famous, female wizard, Morgan le Fey. "She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery." (Morgan le Fay) Artwork by W. From: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights - 1914

Avrei voluto sapere qualcosa di quei giorni, piccoli come gocce d'acqua. Ma quanto accadde quei giorni sembra inghiottito dalle tenebre del tempo.  Stolen Kiss  -  Ron Hicks  American painter  b.1965

Stollen Kiss-Ron Hicks American painter Impressionism This is probably one of my new favorite paintings. The Kiss Keka❤❤❤


Fantasy illustration - “I knew what it was to yearn for a life so distant it seemed that it had never been anything more than a dream.” ~Alice Hoffman, The Dovekeepers

Mo Gràdh

a very nice image, especially per the ambiguity - is she saying goodbye or waiting? Here's another painting which reminds me a bit of Howard Pyle.

Untitled by Robin Macmillan on Flickr.

Artamanen: untitled by Robin Macmillan Another Voice, when I am sleeping, cries 'The Flower should open with the Morning skies.' And a retreating Whisper, as I wake - 'The Flower that once has blown for ever dies.

Pre-Raphaelites........ I have always loved this.  Need to purchase a print!

My Sweet Rose ~ John William Waterhouse An English painter known for working in the Pre-Raphaelite style. He worked several decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, leading him to have gained the name “the modern Pre-Raphaelite”.