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Miranda from the Tempest, Edmund Dulac

Miranda, No woman's face remember save mine own The Tempest Edmund Dulac illustration

Prospero: Here in this island we arrived - Shakespear's Comedy of The Tempest, 1908

- Here in this island we arrived. Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act I, scene II) illustrated by Edmund Dulac

xineann:  Venus in her airy chariot, Edmund Dulac

EDMUND DULAC,Venus in a Chariot,Illustration fromThe Tempest “I met her deity Cutting the clouds towards Paphos”

The Big Spider's Diamonds from 'Fairies I have met' by Mrs. Rodolph Stawell, 1910 illustration by Edmund Dulac.

“ Edmund Dulac ~ The Big Spider Fell To The Ground ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library The web and the diamonds and the Big Spider.

Prospero.- What seest thou else... Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act I, scene II) illustrated by Edmund Dulac (1908)

What sees thou else in the dark backward and abysm of time The Tempest Edmund Dulac illustration

Iris: Thy turfy mountains, where live nibbling sheep - Shakespear's Comedy of The Tempest, 1908

Edmund Dulac 1882 ~ 1953 Shakespear's The Tempest Published by Hodder & Stoughton ~ 1908

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The Beast's Castle - from Beauty and the Beast, illustration by Edmund Dulac. Dulac was also an engraver and created many royal portraits on UK coins, including George VI (The King's Speech).

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Niroot Puttapipat illustration for Quatrain 74 of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

Illustration by Niroot Puttapipat from the new Folio edition of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám.

The Angel of the drink of Darkness, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam - illustration by Edmund Dulac.

Edmund Dulac - Illustration for The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám So when at last the Angel of the drink Of Darkness finds you by the river-brink, And, proffering his Cup, invites your Soul Forth to your Lips to quaff it - do not shrink.

Edmund Dulac

Edmund Dulac ~ Frontispiece The Bird of Shadows & The Sun Bird Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell Hodder & Stoughton ~ 1910 "Please," she said, "I want to be a nightingale.

Miranda: Sweet lord, you play me false - Shakespear's Comedy of The Tempest, 1908

Edmund Dulac illustration, Miranda- Sweet lord, you play me false for "Shakespeare's Comedy of the Tempest," 1908

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