Edmund Dulac - illustrations for The Little Mermaid 1911

Edmund Dulac

Illustration by Edmund Dulac from "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam." "...And hidden by the sleeve of Night and Morn."

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam: Hidden by the Sleeve of Night- Edmund Dulac art print

Silence, Edmund Dulac.  Again, the divine feminine voice as symbolized by the harp is silenced.  Is she bereft or dead?

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

Dulac illustration for The Tempest

Edmund Dulac

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

♒ 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

'Dreamer of Dreams' by Edmund Dulac (1915). Inspired by 'East of the Sun West of…

enchanting stories - 'Dreamer of Dreams' by Edmund Dulac Inspired by "East of the Sun West of the Moon

Stealers of Light, set of two prints.  Stealers of Light  Edmund Dulac illustration

Edmund Dulac Illustration from Stealer of Dreams "The light she had thought to extinguish had escaped from her dying hands and floated always farther across the desert, shedding its marvellous radiance over rock and stone.

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

Edmund Dulac: Ye Fairies

The Queen of Sheba ~ Edmund Dulac

Edmond Dulac

I do adore Edmund Dulac. - mm The Queen of Sheba - Women of Myth and Legend; illustration by Edmund Dulac for a poem by Andrew Dumas, Christmas 1911

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

enchantingimagery: I used to meet her in the garden. An Edmund Dulac illustration for The Wind’s Tale, a story by Hans Christian Andersen.would be pretty in the bedroom with gray walls

Illustrations of The Little Mermaid. This one features her in death, as her body dissolves into sea foam.

Edmund Dulac, Illustration from Hans Christian Andersen: The Little Mermaid (Dissolving into Foam)

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