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Fairies Along the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens - Arthur Rackham Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

“The Fairies Would Hide Until Dusk” from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (J.M. Barrie) by Arthur Rackham.

Arthur Rackham ~ Fairies are All More or Less Hiding until Dusk ~ Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J. Barrie ~ 1906 ~ via

The fairies of the Serpentine; The Grand Tour of the Gardens - Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J. M. Barrie, 1906

Arthur Rackham ~ The Fairies of the Serpentine ~ Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by J. Barrie ~ 1906 I looves me some Arthur Rackham!

Arthur Rackham - Wind in the Willows

The Rat pondered awhile and examined the humps and slopes that surrounded them - The Wind In The Willows By Kenneth Grahame, 1940

Me every night... minus the Grimm's.  (This from Grimm's fairy tales)

'The Star Coins' by Viktor P. Mohn, 1882 from the book 'The Tales of the Brothers Grimm' Taschen: Noel Daniel & Matthew P.

I really like this illustration because of how sketchy and raw it looks. It is also very storybook-like

Arthur Rackham illustration of Hermia from A Midsummer-Night's Dream (Act I Scene I), 1908

Dreamer of Dreams by the Queen of Romania - Edmund Dulac - WikiPaintings.org

My favorite Dulac illustration. "Hour of Grace," from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Edmund Dulac.

Dreamy nightscape from fairy land by Edmund dulac. It almost seems like under water.

Fairy-Land : Edmund Dulac illustration to the Poem by Edgar Allan Poe