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Sulamith Wulfing – Illustrations for Das Tor vol. 3, 1931

Sulamith Wülfing (January 11, 1901 – 1989) was a German artist and illustrator. The author Michael Folz explains that Wülfing's art was a "realistic reflection of the world she lives in: she has seen the angels and elfin creatures of her paintings throughout her life. The mood of Wülfing's work

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Gennady Pavlishin – Illustrations for Folktales of the Amur 1980

Folktales of the Amur is a collection of 31 traditional tales from that far eastern part of Russia that lies along the banks of the Amur River, in Siberia. The book is illustrated by Gennady Pavlishin, a Russian illustrator. Published by Harry N. Abrams, 1980. I wasn't able to find

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Adrienne Segur – Illustrations for Alice au Pays des Merveilles 1949

Adrienne Segur was a French children's book illustrator. Segur's illustrations were made known by the publishing house Flammarion in the 1950s and 1960s and appeared particularly in The Fairy Tale Book, the English translation of Il Etait Une Fois published in 1958 by Golden Books, Simon and Schuster. Alice's Adventures

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Anne Anderson – Illustrations from The Rosie-Posie Book 1911

Anne Anderson (1874—26 May 1952) was a prolific Scottish illustrator, primarily known for her Art Nouveau children's book illustrations, although she also painted, etched and designed greeting cards. Her style of painting was influenced by her contemporaries, Charles Robinson, and Jessie Marion King, and was similar to that of her

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Mabel Lucie Attwell – Illustrations for Alice in Wonderland 1910

Mabel Lucie Attwell (4 June 1879 – 5 November 1964) was a British illustrator. She was known for her cute, nostalgic drawings of children, based on her daughter, Peggy. Her drawings are featured on many postcards, advertisements, posters, books and figurines. Mabel Lucie Attwell is one of the most well-known

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