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Below the Root Art Print by Aaron Becker - My own take on the city of Greensky from Zilpha Keatley Snyder's fantasy series "Below the Root", published back in the 70s.

Below the Root Art Print by Aaron Becker - My own take on the city of Greensky from Zilpha Keatley Snyder's fantasy series "Below the Root", published back in the 70s.

Baby hedgehog

HEDGEHOG-ACEO print-Children's Decor-Art for Children-kids wall art-Nursery art -Animal lover

František Halas: To The Children lllustrated by Ota Janeček. Prague 1961.

František Halas: To The Children lllustrated by Ota Janeček. Prague 1961.

Easter - Fritz Baumgarten Fritz Baumgarten (18th August 1883 - 3 November 1966) was a German illustrator. After training as a lithographer, he studied at the Royal Academies of Arts in Dresden and Munich. He illustrated countless children's books in watercolors. His fantasy world was populated with temperate forest animals, elves and fairies, farm animals, children and teddy bears.

Easter - Fritz Baumgarten Fritz Baumgarten (18th August 1883 - 3 November 1966) was a German illustrator. After training as a lithographer, he studied at the Royal Academies of Arts in Dresden and Munich. He illustrated countless children's books in watercolors. His fantasy world was populated with temperate forest animals, elves and fairies, farm animals, children and teddy bears.

Frank Cheyne Papé was a British illustrator of the “Golden Age” of book illustration. Born in 1878, there appears to be very little information available to us about his life and work. We know that his first work was around 1908. This early coloured work was similar in style and maybe influenced by artists of the 1890′s such as Walter Crane, and contemporaries Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac. Papé did illustrations for a series of fairy tale books in this early part of his career including…

Frank Cheyne Papé was a British illustrator of the “Golden Age” of book illustration. Born in 1878, there appears to be very little information available to us about his life and work. We know that his first work was around 1908. This early coloured work was similar in style and maybe influenced by artists of the 1890′s such as Walter Crane, and contemporaries Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac. Papé did illustrations for a series of fairy tale books in this early part of his career including…

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