The Howard Pyle painting Marooned is one of the best known works at the Delaware Art Museum. Description from delawarebusinessdaily.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Marooned, by Howard Pyle, 1910

Howard Pyle.  "Mellicent Stood Motionless, Like a Wild Thing at Gaze," from "Mellicent," January 1905.

"Mellicent Stood Motionless, Like a Wild Thing at Gaze" Artist: Howard Pyle, January

Howard Pyle (1853-1911) - Joan of Arc Speaking to the Angels. - Twain, Mark. SAINT JOAN OF ARC. New York, Harper and Brothers, Circa 1919.

Howard Pyle’s ‘She believed that she had daily speech with angels’ from ‘Saint Joan of Arc’ by Mark Twain

"The ambush", Artist, Howard Pyle (1853–1911)  American illustrator

Howard Pyle painting of a duel between an English gentleman and a roguish character. possibly a buccaneer. Looks very much like a scene from a 1942 pirate movie. in my opinion.

This has endured as one of Howard Pyle's most famous pirate images. It was the last illustration in this piece that appeared in Harper's New Monthly Magazine for December 1902.

The Rediscovery of Original Illustration Art Draws New Collectors - An oil on cardboard illustration from Howard Pyle’s “Book of Pirates.

Howard Pyle - A black clad girl in front of a yellow wallpaper. Rich in associations.

She had viewed the great conqueror. “Chivalry” by James Branch Cabell. Illustration by Howard Pyle

Book of Pirates—Fight Over Treasure by Howard Pyle (c1911)

'Who Shall be Captain?' The oil painting depicts 2 pirates fighting to see who will be captain ~ it is currently part of the Delaware Art Museum's collection. By master illustrator, Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle's King Stork  Google Image Result for http://www.linesandcolors.com/images/2006-05/pyle_450.jpg

Howard Pyle illustration from THE WONDER CLOCK I love his art and his classic fairytale/folklore renderings.

Howard Pyle 1905

Happy Birthday to artist Howard Pyle. One of my favourites and a huge influence on N.

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