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A Crowned Merman (Watercolor, brown ink, and pen, 26 x 19.5 cm (10.24" x 7.68"), currently in a private collection.)
See: Merman

A doctor visiting a patient with a variety of figures of common ailments (1905, wood engraving.)

A Midsummer Night's Dream: A fairy song (1908)
See: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 1 (1908)

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Come, now a roundel (The fairy ring) (1908)

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Puck

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Puck

A Midsummer Night's Dream: To make my small elves coats

A Transpontine Cockney (self-portrait) (1934)

Adventures of Peter Pan (Cover of  Przygody Piotrusia Pana  published 1914 by J. Mortkowicz, Warsaw)
See: Peter Pan

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Adventures of Peter Pan (1914)

Aesop's Fables (1912)
See: Aesop

Aesop's Fables: A New Translation: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse by V.S. Vernon Jones, 1912, London.

Aesop's Fables: The Hare and the Tortoise (Ballantyne & Co., London, 1912.)

Aesop's Fable of Venus and the Cat (1912)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1907 edition)
See:
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: frontispiece (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Alice meets the White Rabbit

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: The Pool of Tears (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: They began crowded round it panting and asking: "But who has won?" (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: "Why Mary Ann, what are you doing out here?" (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Advice from a Caterpillar (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: An unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: It grunted again so violently that she looked down into its face in some alarm (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: A Mad Tea-Party (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: The Queen never left off quarreling with the other players, and shouting: "Off with his head!" or: "Off with her head!" (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: The Queen turned angrily away from him and said to the Knave: "Turn them over." (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: The Mock Turtle drew a long breath and said: "That's very curious" (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Who stole the Tarts? (1907)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her (1907)

Allerleirauh

Arriving at the Ball (12 dancing princess)

British Ballads: Clerk Colvill and the Mermaid

Brothers Grimm: The Frog Prince (1909)
See: Brothers Grimm

Brothers Grimm: Hansel and Gretel (By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, translated by Mrs. Edgar Lucas, London, Constable & Company Ltd, 1909.)
See: Hansel and Gretel

Brothers Grimm: King Thrushbeard
See:
King Thrushbeard

Brothers Grimm: Rapunzel (1909)
See: Rapunzel

Brothers Grimm: Snow White (1909)
See: Snow White

Brothers Grimm: The Valiant Little Tailor (1909)
See: The Valiant Little Tailor

Cinderella silhouette (1919, illustration from Cinderella by C. S. Evans. London, W. Heinemann / Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott.)
See: Cinderella

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold by Richard Wagner
See:
Der Ring des Niebelungen: Das Rheingold

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Bookcover piano score (Wagner, Richard: Das Rheingold. Vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. Mainz Leipzig London Brüssel Paris: Schott’s Söhne [um 1900], 233 Seiten. Original-Leinen mit Schwarz- und Goldprägung Lex. 8° (29 x 23 cm).)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Hagen sinking the Nibelungs treasure (By Peter von Cornelius, 1859, currently @ Alte Nationalgalerie Berlin.)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Bühnenbildentwurf von Josef Hoffmann

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Illustration of Scene 2 by Ferdinand Leeke

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Illustration of the first performance, Bayreuth (1876)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: The frolic of the Rhine-Maidens (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: The Rhine-Maidens teasing Alberich (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Alberich climbs around, attempting to get closer to the Rhinemaidens (Mock away! Mock! The Niblung makes for your toy!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Alberich steals the Rhinegold and is chased by the Rhinemaidens (Seize the despoiler! Rescue the gold! Help us! Help us! Woe! Woe!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: The goddess Freia, the fair one, stands under a tree of apples with her cats by her feet (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Loge talks to the Rhinemaidens (The Rhine's pure-gleaming children told me of their sorrow) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Freia is carried away by the giants Fasolt and Fafner (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Donner, Froh, Fricka, Wotan and Loge rue the loss of Freia and her apples (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Alberich pinches Mime's ear (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Alberich puts on the Tarnhelm and vanishes; his brother Mime remains (Mime writhes under the lashes he receives) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Alberich lords it over the Nibelungs laden with gold and silver treasure (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Loge feigns fear as Alberich turns into a giant snake (Ohe! Ohe! Horrible dragon, Swallow me not! Spare the life of poor Loge!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Fafner and Fasolt complain that they can still see Freia and demand more gold (Hey! Come hither, And stop me this cranny!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Erda appears to warn Wotan (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Fafner kills Fasolt to get the ring for himself (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: Donner calls upon the storm clouds (To my hammer's swing, hitherward sweep, vapours and fogs! Hovering mists! Donner, your lord, summons his hosts!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Das Rheingold: The Rhinemaidens lament the loss of the Rhinegold (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre by Richard Wagner, book cover for piano score (Wagner, Richard: Die Walküre. Vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. Mainz Leipzig London Brüssel Paris: Schott’s Söhne [um 1900], 315 Seiten. Original-Leinen mit Schwarz- und Goldprägung Lex. 8° (29 x 23 cm).)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Art title page for Schott's vocal score (1899)
See:
Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Sieglinde brings the exhausted Siegmund something to drink (This healing and honeyed. Draught of mead. Deign to accept from me. Set it first to thy lips.) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Sieglinde brings food to Siegmund and Hunding (Hunding discovers the likeness between Siegmund and Sieglinde) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Sieglinde fetches a drink for Hunding, putting something to make him sleep into it (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Taking his sister as his wife, Siegmund holds up the sword Nothung (Siegmund the Walsung. Thou dost see! As bride-gift. He brings thee this sword.) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Rushing to meet Wotan, Fricka drives her rams furiously with her whip (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde slowly and silently leads her horse down the path to the cave (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Wotan and Brünnhilde discuss the fate of Siegmund (Father! Father! Tell me what ails thee? With dismay thou art filling thy child!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde is distraught at having to give victory to Hunding (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde goes to meet Siegmund (Brünnhilde with her horse, at the mouth of the cave) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde brings Sieglinde to her surprised sisters ("I flee for the first time, and am pursued. Warfather follows close. He nears, he nears, in fury! Save this woman! Sisters, your help!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Wotan chases after Brünnhilde (Raging, Wotan rides to the rock!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Fafnir guards his treasure (There as a dread dragon he sojourns, and in a cave, keeps watch over Alberich's ring.) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: The Ride of the Valkyries (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Wotan has summoned Loge to encircle the sleeping Brünnhilde with magic fire (Appear, flickering fire, encircle the rock with thy flame! Loge! Loge! Appear!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: As he moves slowly away, Wotan turns and looks sorrowfully back at Brünnhilde (No-one who fears me will ever pass through these flames!) (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Die Walküre: Brünnhilde lies asleep, surrounded with magic fire (1910)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Mime works on a sword for Siegfried (Mime at the anvil) (1911)
See:
Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Mime offers food to the young Siegfried (Mime and the infant Siegfried) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Siegfried studies the animals in the forest (And there I learned what love was like: Siegfried witnesses the love among a family of wolves) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Siegfried looks at his reflection in the brook (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Mime comes upon Sieglinde in the forest (Mime finds the mother of Siegfried in the forest) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: The dragon Fafner guards the gold hoard (In dragon's form Fafner now watches the hoard) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Wotan visits Mime and offers him his help (Mime and the Wanderer) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Siegfried forges the sword Nothung as Mime prepares a sleeping potion to use on him (The forging of Nothung) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Mime cowers in fear as Siegfried holds aloft the sword Nothung (Nothung! Nothung! Conquering sword!: Siegfried forges his sword) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Siegfried slays Fafner (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Having slain Fafner, Siegfried tastes his blood and comes to understand the speech of birds (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Alberich and Mime argue by Fafner's dead body (The dwarves quarreling over the body of Fafner) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Siegfried comes upon the sleeping Brünnhilde (Magical rapture pierces my heart; Fixed is my gaze burning with terror; I reel, my heart faints and fails!) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Brünnhilde wakes up and greets the day and Siegfried (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Siegfried: Brünnhilde throws herself into Siegfried's arms (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung by Richard Wagner (Vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. Mainz Leipzig London Brüssel Paris: Schott’s Söhne [um 1900], 368 Seiten. Original-Leinen mit Schwarz- und Goldprägung Lex. 8° (29 x 23 cm).)
See:
Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung (June 30, 1944, insert of the playbill showing cast of the last performance in the old building of the Vienna State Opera before bombing during World War II)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Illustration by Ferdinand Leeke

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The three Norns (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The Norns vanish (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Siegfried leaves Brünnhilde in search of adventure (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Siegfried hands the drinking-horn back to Gutrune, and gazes at her with sudden passion (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Brünnhilde kisses the ring that Siegfried has left with her (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The ravens of Wotan (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Brünnhilde's sister tries to persuade her to throw away her ring (The ring upon thy hand ... ah, be implored! For Wotan fling it away!) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Alberich woos Grimhilde, mother of Hagen (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Alberich and Hagen (Swear to me, Hagen, my son!) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Hagen informs Brünnhilde of Siegfried's betrayal (O wife betrayed ... I will avenge ... Thy trust deceived) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The Rhinemaidens tease Siegfried (Though gaily may ye laugh, In grief ye shall be left, For, mocking maids; this ring ... Ye ask shall never be yours) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The Rhinemaidens warn Siegfried (Siegfried! Siegfried! Our warning is true: Flee, oh, flee from the curse!) (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Siegfried's death (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: Brünnhilde on Grane leaps onto the funeral pyre of Siegfried (1911)

Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung: The Rhine-Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph (1911)

English Fairy Tales: Jack and the Beanstalk Giant (Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman) (1918, from English Fairy Tales by Flora Annie Steel)

English Fairy Tales: Frontispiece: Mr. and Mrs. Vinegar at home (Book by Flora Annie Steel, Macmillan. 2nd ed. 1922, 1927 reprint.)

English Fairy Tales: The giant Cormoran was the terror of all the country-side (1918)

English Fairy Tales: The giant Galligantua and the wicked old magician transform the duke's daughter into a white hind

English Fairy Tales: The Three Bears (1918)

Get Up and Bar the Door (1919)
See: Get Up and Bar the Door

Hunding Siegmund fight (Illustration from Die Walküre by Richard Wagner, Illustrirte Zeitung, Leipzig, 1876.)

Irish Fairy Tales by James Stephens (Cover of the first edition, 1920.)

Little Red Riding Hood (circa 1902-1909)
See: Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood (1909)

Maid Maleen (1917)

Norns weaving destiny (1912)

Offenbach: "Siegfried, Brunhild auf dem großen Feldberg im Taunus findend" (By Christian Leopold Bode, circa 1905.)

Pandora (A sudden swarm of winged creatures brushed past her...)

Peter Pan in Kensington Garden, Away he flew, from a story by J. M. Barrie (1906, currently @ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens: David (1906)

Peter Pan in Kensington Garden, He passed under the bridge (1906, currently @ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens: The Little White Bird (1907, London, Hodder and Stoughton.)

Peter Pan Portfolio: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1912, currently @ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)

Peter Pan Portfolio: The birds show Peter Pan how they fly a kite (1912, currently @ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)

Peter Pan Portfolio: The Serpentine is a lovely lake… (1912, currently @ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.)

Peter Pan put his strange case before old Solomon Caw (1906)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allen Poe, illustrated by Arthur Rackham (1935)
See:
Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Cover spine decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Title page (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Imp of the Perverse (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Imp of the Perverse (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Tell-Tale Heart (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Tell-Tale Heart (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Cask of Amontillado (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Cask of Amontillado (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: A Descent into the Maelström (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Premature Burial (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Hop-Frog (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Hop-Frog (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Hop-Frog (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Assignation (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Assignation (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: King Pest (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: King Pest (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Pit and the Pendulum (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Pit and the Pendulum (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Pit and the Pendulum (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Masque of the Red Death (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Masque of the Red Death (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Masque of the Red Death (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Man of the Crowd (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Fall of the House of Usher (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Gold-Bug (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Oval Portrait (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Ligeia (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Ligeia (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Eleonora (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: MS. Found in a Bottle (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: MS. Found in a Bottle (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: William Wilson (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Metzengerstein (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Metzengerstein (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Metzengerstein (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Murders in the Rue Morgue (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: The Murders in the Rue Morgue (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Decoration (1935)

Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination: End decoration (1935)

Puck of Pook's Hill: Hoity-toity (1906, illustration to the Rudyard Kipling book.)
See:
Puck of Pook’s Hill

Puck of Pook's Hill: Hoity-toity

Puck of Pook's Hill: The Widow Whitgift and her sons (1906)

Sabdh (1910)

Shipwrecked Man and the Sea

Sir Gareth Beaumain of the Round Table battling the evil Red Knight while his Lady Lioness is watching

Some British Ballads: Illustration to the ballad Young Beckie (1919)

Some British Ballads: Illustration to the ballad Young Beckie (1919)

Some British Ballads: Lord Randal (circa 1919)

Some British Ballads: The Twa Corbies (The Two Ravens) (circa 1919)

Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (From the book by Nelly Montijn-de Fouw)

Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table: Lancelot slays the dragon

Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table: Queen Guenivere rides to her husband

Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table: The boat with the dead maiden of Astolat before the palace at Westminster

Tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table: The dragon in the woods near Dublin

The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. A Book of Old Favorites (The Story of Aladdin, or The Wonderful Lamp) (1933)

The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. A Book of Old Favorites (The Story of Sindbad the Sailor) (1933)

The Cat and the Cock (1912)

The Land of Enchantment: A scene from the death of Baldr. Baldr lies dead on the ground, and the blind Höðr is in the foreground with Loki behind him (There broke forth a wailing and a lamentation) (1901)

The Land of Enchantment: Gylfaginning, Thor raises his hammer with a mighty swing at the jötunn Skrymir (1901, from The Land of Enchantment, edited by Arthur Rackham, Cassell and Company, 1907.)

The Land of Enchantment: Hymir rushed forward and cut through the line (1901)

The Land of Enchantment: Sigurd kills the dragon Fafnir (Sigurd pierced him with his sword, and he died) (1901)

The Land of Enchantment: Sigyn and Loki, "Held a cup to catch the venomous drops" (1901)

The Land of Enchantment: Skáldskaparmál, Loki, in the shape of a fly, disturbs the dwarf Brokkr who is working the bellows while his brother Eitri is making the hammer Mjölnir (Once again the buzzing fly came in at the window) (1901)

The Rhinemaidens try to reclaim their gold

The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table: How at the Castle of Corbin a Maiden Bare in the Sangreal and Foretold the Achievements of Galahad (Abridged from Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur by Alfred W. Pollard, New York, Macmillan, 1917)

The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table: How Galahad drew out the sword from the floating stone at Camelot (1917)

The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table: How Mordred was Slain by Arthur, and How by Him Arthur was Hurt to the Death (1917)

Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué (1811)
See:
Undine (novella)

Undine (Ondine), Carlotta Grisi in Pas de l'ombre (Shadow Dance), 1843, composed by Cesare Pugni and choreographed by Jules Perrot.)
See:
Ondine, ou La naïade

Undine (circa 1843 lithograph by Nathaniel Currier of the ballerina Carlotta Grisi (1819-1899) in the Pas de l'ombre (Dance of the Shadow)

Undine (circa 1851 lithograph by Adolf Charlamagne depicting an 1851 performance of the ballet La Naïade et le pêcheur (a.k.a. Ondine, ou La Naïade) on the outdoor stage of Peterhof, St. Petersburg, Russian Empire. The performance was given in celebration of the birthday of the Grand Duchess Olga Nicolaevna.)

Undine (By John William Waterhouse, 1872, oil on canvas.)

Undine (Ondine de Spa sculpture by Pouhon Pierre-Le-Grand.)

Undine (1909 English translation by William Leonard Courtney, illustrated by Arthur Rackham.)

Undine: Undine outside the window (1909, illustration 1 of 15.)

Undine: At the back of the little tongue of land, there lay a fearsome forest right perilous to traverse (1909, illustration 2 of 15.)

Undine: A beautiful little girl clad in rich garments stood there on the threshold smiling (1909, illustration 3 of 15.)

Undine: The infancy of Undine (1909, illustration 4 of 15.)

Undine: He saw by the moonlight momentarily unveiled, a little island encircled by the flood; & there under the branches of the overhanging trees was Undine (1909, illustration 5 of 15.)

Undine: The Knight took the beautiful girl in his arms & bore her over the narrow space where the stream had divided her little island from the shore (1909, illustration 6 of 15.)

Undine: He held up the gold piece, crying at each leap of his, "False gold! False coin! False coin!" (1909, illustration 7 of 15.)

Undine: At length, they all pointed their stained fingers at me (1909, illustration 8 of 15.)

Undine: When the storm threatened to burst over their heads, she uttered a laughing reproof to the clouds. "Come, come," sayeth she, "look to it that you wet us not." (1909, illustration 9 of 15.)

Undine: "Little niece," said Kuhleborn, "forgot not that I am here with thee as a guide." (1909, illustration 10 of 15.)

Undine: Bertalda (1909, illustration 11 of 15.)

Undine: "She hath a mark, like a violet, between her shoulders, & another like it on the instep of her left foot." (1909, illustration 12 of 15.)

Undine: Bertalda in the Black Valley (1909, illustration 13 of 15.)

Undine: Soon she was lost to sight in the Danube (1909, illustration 14 of 15.)

Undine: He could see Undine beneath the crystal vault. (1909, illustration 15 of 15.)

Untitled (1904)

Valkyrie of horseback

Young Beckie (1919, illustration to the ballad Young Beckie)


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