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The bells and other poems’ by Edgar Allan Poe; with illustrations by Edmund Dulac. Published 1912 by Hodder and Stoughton

mirroir: 1911 Edmund Dulac (French Illustrator, 1882-1953) ~ Picking flowers and herbs from “The Wind’s Tale”, Stories From Hans Andersen

"I Used to Meet Her in the Garden" by Edmund Dulac, illustration for "The Wind's Tale" by Hans Christian Andersen.

Edmund Dulac | Edmund Dulac: Ye Fairies | Frank T. Zumbachs Mysterious World

Edmund Dulac: Ye Fairies

Edmund Dulac - "At the mere sight of the bright liquid ... they drew back in terror." Ilustration from "The Mermaid" 1911 Edition of “Stories from Hans Andersen”

"At the mere sight of the bright liquid.they drew back in terror.": illustration from 'The Mermaid', 1911 edition of 'Stories from Hans Andersen' (artwork by Edmund Dulac)

Dulac illustration for The Tempest

Edmund Dulac

♒ Mermaids Among Us ♒ art photography paintings of sea sirens water maidens - Edmund Dulac mermaids

Princess and the Pea (The Real Princess), Edmund Dulac illustration to the Princess and the Pea fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen—and inspiration for The Rules of Ever After.

A Princess and the Pea Master Bedroom

Princess and the Pea (The Real Princess), Edmund Dulac illustration to the Princess and the Pea fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Too funny, because I have several feather beds on my bed.

Edmund Dulac - Wind's Tale.  The Wind's Tale. She played upon the ringing lute, and sang to its tones. Stories from Hans Andersen, with illustrations by Edmund Dulac, London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., 1911.

Edmond Dulac

Edmund Dulac - Illustration for “The Wind’s Tale” by Hans Christian Andersen. “She played upon the ringing lute, and sang to its tones”

♒ Mermaids Among Us ♒ art photography paintings of sea sirens & water maidens - Edmund Dulac | The Tempest

brudesworld: "And ye that on the sands, with printless foot do chase the ebbing Neptune." Edmund Dulac illustration from the 1908 edition of Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Edmund Dulac - Venise                                                                                                                                                      Plus

At the bottom of the gondola - illustration for the poem by Alfred de Musset , Christmas 1912

Edmund Dulac - the world's best fairy tale illustrator - The Nightengale

“The Nightingale“ in “Stories from Hans Andersen” by Hans Christian Andersen with illustrations by Edmund Dulac, London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., Edmund Dulac was born October

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