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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

Kay Nielsen - Arabian Nights Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Saturday, 27 January 2007 11:28

Kay Nielsen - Arabian Nights This is the last of my Kay Nielsen's updates. I've re-scanned all my first edition books for the third time using the latest scanner. I hope it will last for awhile, as the quality of the scans is closest to the originals. I'm very please with it.

Many illustrators have illustrated the Stories of Arabian Nights over the ages

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Arthur Rackham - Undine 1909 Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Tuesday, 30 January 2007 09:58

Arthur Rackham - Undine 1909 ReloadedHere are the new scans for one of Arthur Rackham's most beautiful illustrated book, Undine, published by Heinemann in 1909. On e of my favorite Rackham's book. Enjoy these amazing illustrations !

 
Alice B. Woodward - Peter Pan 1907 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Thursday, 01 February 2007 12:07
Alice B. Woodward - Peter Pan 1907Here is the ageless story of Peter Pan, with lovely illustrations by Alice B. Woodward. These illustrations come from the extremly rare book, Limited to 250 copies, published by G. Bell in 1907. This book has been re-printed numerous time throughout the years and is one of the most popular illustrated Peter Pan book of all time. Enjoy !
 
Warwick Goble - Stories from the Pentamerone 1911 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Friday, 17 November 2006 06:44
Warwick Goble - Stories from the Pentamerone 1911 Just added, some delightful illustrations from one leading Golden Age Illustrator, Warwick Goble. The Stories from the Pentamerone published by Macmillan 1911. I will add two more major works by Warwick Goble in the coming weeks. Enjoy !!


 
Kay Nielsen - In Powder and Crinoline 1913 Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Saturday, 27 January 2007 04:16
Kay Nielsen - In Powder and Crinoline 1913I took the chance to re-scan all my Kay Nielsen's books in the past two months and I'd like to present Kay Nielsen's first work: In Powder and Crinoline, first published in 1913. The images are now as close to the originals as possible with the new scanner. I'll publish the last of the Nielsen's updates, Arabian Nights in the next few days. The only book I'm missing is Red Magic, published in 1930, if you own a copy and want to sell it please let me know. Enjoy these marvelous prints !
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Kay Nielsen - East of the Sun, West of the Moon 1914 Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Friday, 26 January 2007 10:53
Kay Nielsen - East of the Sun, West of the MoonHere are the new scanned illustrations from the most beautiful children's book of all time: East of the Sun, West of the Moon, illustrated by Kay Nielsen. First published in 1914 by Hodder Stoughton. With 24-tipped in color plates and many smaller in-text b/w illustrations.
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Jessie Marion King - Poems of Spenser 1906 Reloaded E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Wednesday, 24 January 2007 09:26
Jessie Marion King - Poems of Spenser 1906  ReloadedJessie Marion King - Poems of SpenserThis is another update to one of the existing book in my gallery. Poems of Spenser, published by T. & E. Jack 1906 and illustrated by my favorite female artist Jessie M. King. The new scans are noticeably better than the old ones and is good revisit of the early works by the most famous Glasgow School Girls. Enjoy !
 
Peter Newell - Hole Book 1908 E-mail
Written by Minh Lai   
Friday, 17 November 2006 07:30

Peter Newell - Hole Book 1909Peter Newell - Hole Book 1909I'm happy to introduce a very creative American Book Illustrator of the early 1900s, Peter Newell. He designed and illustrated many children's book. But three very unique book stand out: The Slant Book, The Hole Book and the Rocket Book.

The Hole Book, first published by Harper in 1908, has an unique design that Peter Newell actually patented. The story is litterally based on the title, there is a hole thoughout the book and the illustrations followed. It is something quite unique at that time and remains so today. Enjoy !

 
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