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Illustration by Arthur Rackham

Illustration by Arthur Rackham

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thefaeriefolk:

Rip van Winkel Fairies by Arthur Rackham

thefaeriefolk:

Rip van Winkel Fairies by Arthur Rackham

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vintagegal:

Illustration to Richard Wagner’s ‘Das Rheingold’  by Arthur Rackham 1910

vintagegal:

Illustration to Richard Wagner’s ‘Das Rheingold’  by Arthur Rackham 1910

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olosta:

ARTHUR RACKHAM, Pandora: A sudden swarm of winged creatures brushed past her

olosta:

ARTHUR RACKHAM, Pandora: A sudden swarm of winged creatures brushed past her

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funkystarfishy:

Arthur Rackham

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venusmilk:

Siegfried & The twilight of the gods (1911)    (Detail)Illustrations by Arthur Rackham   “Magical rapture    Pierces my heart;    Fixed is my gaze    Burning with terror;I reel, my heart faints and fails!”

venusmilk:

Siegfried & The twilight of the gods (1911)    (Detail)
Illustrations by Arthur Rackham

   “Magical rapture
    Pierces my heart;
    Fixed is my gaze
    Burning with terror;
I reel, my heart faints and fails!”

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fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Comus’ by John Milton, illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Published 1921 by Doubleday, Page & Co.

See the complete book here.

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primfairytales:

Some British Ballads, The Gypsy Laddie, Arthur Rackham.
They gave to her the nutmeg,  And they gave to her the ginger; But she gave to them a far better thing, The seven gold rings off her fingers.

primfairytales:

Some British Ballads, The Gypsy Laddie, Arthur Rackham.

They gave to her the nutmeg,
And they gave to her the ginger;
But she gave to them a far better thing,
The seven gold rings off her fingers.

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lokavinr:

Wotan’s Farewell by Arthur Rackham

lokavinr:

Wotan’s Farewell by Arthur Rackham

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The Rhine’s fair children, Bewailing their lost gold, weep An Arthur Rackham illustration for The Rhinegold and The Valkyrie (1910).

The Rhine’s fair children,
Bewailing their lost gold, weep

An Arthur Rackham illustration for The Rhinegold and The Valkyrie (1910).

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mirroir:

Arthur Rackham’s illustrations for Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung).

We have been told in ancient tales many marvels of famous heroes, of mighty toil, joys, and high festivities, of weeping and wailing, and the fighting of bold warriors – of such things you can now hear wonders unending!

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birdsofrhiannon:

Guinevere Rescued by Arthur Rackham

birdsofrhiannon:

Guinevere Rescued by Arthur Rackham

dreamdeath:

‘Pandora’ By Arthur Rackham

dreamdeath:

‘Pandora’ By Arthur Rackham

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the-unknown-friend:

Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Undine, c. 1909

the-unknown-friend:

Illustration by Arthur Rackham for Undine, c. 1909

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amseln:

Arthur Rackham(illustration from Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle) 

amseln:

Arthur Rackham
(illustration from Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle

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