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First of all let me say I LOVE your site.  I can't believe something like this exists.. all the great illustrators from the Golden Age in one place.. a beautiful gallery.. let me tell you, you are giving so much to aspiring illustrators like me.  Thank you so much for sharing your amazing collection!
-Margaret

Gustave Tenggren - Red Fairy Tales 1924 Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Monday, 05 March 2007 11:54
Gustave Tenggren - Red Fairy Tales 1924 ReloadedHere are the new scanned illustrations from The Red Fairy Tales, illustrated by Gustave Tenggren, published by McKay 1924. It is one of the title among the colored fairy series by edited by Andrew Lang, previously illustrated by H.J. Ford. 
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Bessie Pease Gutmann - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 1907 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Friday, 02 March 2007 04:00
Bessie Pease Gutmann - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 1907Another new illustrator is being introduced to our gallery. Bessie Pease Gutmann, American Illustrator, is known for her delicate paintings of babies and children's. Here are the illustrations from Lewis Carroll famous Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, first published in 1907. Enjoy.
 
Charles Folkard - Aesop's Fables 1912 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 05:06
Charles Folkard - Aesop Fables 1912I'm pleased to introduce another new Golden Age illustrator to our gallery. Charles Folkard, British illustrator, started his carreer with many of the classic fairy tales stories, including Grim's Fairy Tales, Arabian Nights, Aesop's Fables, which I have the pleasure to present today. It was first published in 1912 by A.C Black. Enjoy these wonderful illustations.
 
Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale - The Idylls of the King 1911 E-mail
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Saturday, 24 February 2007 04:03
Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale - The Idylls of the King 1911I'd like to introduce a new and a well loved Golden Age illustrator to our gallery. Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale, British illustrator of the Pre-Raphaelite school. Here is one of her masterpiece The Idylls of the King, published by Hodder 1911.
 
Will H. Bradley - Fringilla 1895 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Thursday, 22 February 2007 10:46
Will H. bradley - Fringilla 1895I'd like to introduce another new illustrator to our gallery. Will H. Bradley, perhaps the best known American illustrator at the end of the 19th century. Heavily influenced by the fine Art Nouveau movement during that period, he designed posters, covers for various magazines, advertisements and books. Fringilla, published in 1895 by the Borrows Brothers is one of his masterworks,
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Millicent Sowerby - The Wise Book 1906 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Monday, 12 February 2007 07:23
Millicent Sowerby - The Wise Book 1906I'm please to welcome another new illustrator to our gallery, Millicent Sowerby in her first debut book: The Wise Book. Published in 1906 by J.M Dent. She's a well loved illustrator, influenced by the style of the great Kate Greenaway, but has her own color palette. Enjoy these wonderful illustrations !
 
Arthur Rackham - Midsummer's Night Dream 1908 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Tuesday, 30 January 2007 10:02
Arthur Rackham - Midsummer's Night Dreams 1908Been a busy bee lately, planning to do a complete re-scan of all my books using the latest scanner. Image's quality is much better then the old one, and is nearly perfectly close to the originals, I'm finally happy with the quality of these illustrations. Here is lastest scanned illustrations from Midsummer's Night Dream, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, published by Heinemann 1908. This is my second favorite Rackham's book, after the illustrations of Peter Pan. Enjoy these beautiful prints.
 
Jessie Marion King - Seven Happy Days 1913 Reloaded E-mail
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Thursday, 08 February 2007 15:07
Jessie Marion King - Seven Happy Days 1913 ReloadedI'm excited to introduce the latest scans of Jessie M. King's greatest work: Seven Happy Days. Published in 1913 as a Christmas Supplement in the Studio Magazine. They are absolutely gorgeous, each of the color illustration is
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