On Mythic Fiction & Art

Beauty and the Beast by Charles Robinson


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The White Deer by Virginia Frances Sterratt


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variety of magical artworks, old and new.

 WH Robinson


The paintings above are "Beauty and the Beast" by Charles Robinson (1870-1937), "The White Deer" by Virginia Frances Sterrett (1900-1931), and a detail from an illustration for "Thumbelina" by Charles Robinson's brother: William Heath Robinson (1872-1944). The drawings on the right are by H.J. Ford (1860-1941) and Florence Susan Harrison (1878-1955).


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