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Arthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, I smell the Blood of an Englishman, form English Fairy Tales, pub

Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, I smell the Blood of an Englishman, form English Fairy Tales, pub
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, I smell the Blood of an Englishman, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Scene from Jack and the Beanstalk

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Hey! Up the chimney, lass! Hey, after you!, from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907

Hey! Up the chimney, lass! Hey, after you!, from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph), 1907. The Wtches Frolic;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: If Orpheus first produced the waltz. from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907. Creator

If Orpheus first produced the waltz. from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907. Creator
If Orpheus first produced the waltz. from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph), 1907. Scene from The Ghost

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The little man had seated himself in the centre of the circle upon the large skull, pub

The little man had seated himself in the centre of the circle upon the large skull, pub
The little man had seated himself in the centre of the circle upon the large skull, from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph), 1907. Mrs Botherbys Story; The Leech of Folkestone

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Ere the horn at the Gate of the Barbican Tower, was blown with a loud twenty-trumpeter power

Ere the horn at the Gate of the Barbican Tower, was blown with a loud twenty-trumpeter power, from The Ingoldsby Legends, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph), 1907. Scene from The Lay of St

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Tattercoats dancing while the goosherd pipes, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922

Tattercoats dancing while the goosherd pipes, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Tattercoats;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: When Puss saw the rats and mice, she didn t wait to be told, from English Fairy Tales, pub

When Puss saw the rats and mice, she didn t wait to be told, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Scene from Dick Whittington and His Cat

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Taking the keys of the Castle, Jack unlocked all the doors, from English Fairy Tales, pub

Taking the keys of the Castle, Jack unlocked all the doors, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Scene from Jack the Giant - Killer

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Well! she chuckled, I am in luck!, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph)

Well! she chuckled, I am in luck!, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Scene from Bogey Beast

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Tree of Mine! O tree of mine! Have you seen my naughty little maid?, English Fairy Tales, pub 1922

Tree of Mine! O tree of mine! Have you seen my naughty little maid?, English Fairy Tales, pub 1922
Tree of Mine! O tree of mine! Have you seen my naughty little maid?, from English Fairy Tales, pub. 1922 (colour lithograph), 1922. Scene from The Two Sisters

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: You demi-puppets that by moonshine do the green sour ringlets make, illustration

You demi-puppets that by moonshine do the green sour ringlets make, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments will hum about mine ears, illustration

Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments will hum about mine ears, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Come unto these yellow sands illustration from The Tempest, 1926

Come unto these yellow sands illustration from The Tempest, 1926
Come unto these yellow sands illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 376;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Re-enter Ariel like a water-nymph, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

Re-enter Ariel like a water-nymph, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
Re-enter Ariel like a water-nymph, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 316

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Who Stole the tarts?, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub

Who Stole the tarts?, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The Queen never left off quarrelling with the other players... 1907

The Queen never left off quarrelling with the other players... 1907
The Queen never left off quarrelling with the other players, and shouting Off with his head! or, Off with her head! from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: A Mad Tea Party, 1907

A Mad Tea Party, 1907
A Mad Tea Party, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: It grunted again so violently that she looked down into its face in some alarm, 1907

It grunted again so violently that she looked down into its face in some alarm, 1907
It grunted again so violently that she looked down into its face in some alarm, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: At this the whole pack rose up into the air, and came flying down upon her, 1907

At this the whole pack rose up into the air, and came flying down upon her, 1907
At this the whole pack rose up into the air, and came flying down upon her, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Major Andres Tree, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, 1928

Major Andres Tree, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, 1928
Major Andres Tree, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving (1783 - 1859), pub. 1928 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The Nightmare, with her whole ninefold …, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, 1928

The Nightmare, with her whole ninefold …, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, 1928
The Nightmare, with her whole ninefold …, from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving (1783 - 1859), pub. 1928 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Cinderella Leaving the Ball from Cinderalla pub. 1919 (colour lithograph)

Cinderella Leaving the Ball from Cinderalla pub. 1919 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Go charge my goblins that they grind their joints with dry convulsions, illustration

Go charge my goblins that they grind their joints with dry convulsions, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Merrily, merrily shall I live now under the blossom that hangs on the bough, illustration

Merrily, merrily shall I live now under the blossom that hangs on the bough, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Enter certain reapers, properly habited, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest

Enter certain reapers, properly habited, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act IV: Scene I, Line 138;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Come, temperate nymphs, and help to celebrate a contract of true love, illustration

Come, temperate nymphs, and help to celebrate a contract of true love, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Each one, tripping on his toe, will be here with mop and mow, illustration from The Tempest

Each one, tripping on his toe, will be here with mop and mow, illustration from The Tempest
Each one, tripping on his toe, will be here with mop and mow, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Enter several strange Shapes, bringing in a banquest …. inviting the King, etc

Enter several strange Shapes, bringing in a banquest …. inviting the King, etc
Enter several strange Shapes, bringing in a banquest ….inviting the King, etc. to eat, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: …. And sometime voices, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, 1926

…. And sometime voices, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, 1926
…. And sometime voices, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act III: Scene II, Line 147;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurst not

The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurst not, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Alas, now, pray you, work not so hard, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

Alas, now, pray you, work not so hard, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
Alas, now, pray you, work not so hard, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act III: Scene I, Line 15;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: I ll kiss they foot: I ll swear myself thy subject, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

I ll kiss they foot: I ll swear myself thy subject, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
I ll kiss they foot: I ll swear myself thy subject, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act II: Scene II, Line 153;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: For every trifle are they set upon me, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

For every trifle are they set upon me, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
For every trifle are they set upon me, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act II: Scene II, Line 8;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: This music crept by be upon the waters, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

This music crept by be upon the waters, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
This music crept by be upon the waters, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 391;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Burthen (dispersedly) Hark Hark!, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

Burthen (dispersedly) Hark Hark!, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
Burthen (dispersedly) Hark Hark!, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 382;

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Safely in harbour is the kings ship, illustration from The Tempest, 1926

Safely in harbour is the kings ship, illustration from The Tempest, 1926
Safely in harbour is the kings ship, illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 226

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Had I not four or five women once that tended me? The Tempest, 1926

Had I not four or five women once that tended me? The Tempest, 1926
Had I not four or five women once that tended me? illustration from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph). William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616); Act I: Scene II, Line 46

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Go bring the rabble, O er whom I give thee power, here to this place, Frontispiece, 1926

Go bring the rabble, O er whom I give thee power, here to this place, Frontispiece, 1926
Go bring the rabble, O er whom I give thee power, here to this place, Frontispiece from William Shakespeares The Tempest, pub. 1926 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: But who has won? from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907

But who has won? from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: An unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off, 1907

An unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off, 1907
An unusually large saucepan flew close by it, and very nearly carried it off, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Advice from a Caterpillar, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub

Advice from a Caterpillar, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Why Mary Ann, what are you doing out here?, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, 1907

Why Mary Ann, what are you doing out here?, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, 1907
Why Mary Ann, what are you doing out here?, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The Pool of Tears, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907

The Pool of Tears, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Alice, frontispiece from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907

Alice, frontispiece from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Title Page, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907

Title Page, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: The Queen turned angrily away from him and said to the Knave, Turn them over, 1907

The Queen turned angrily away from him and said to the Knave, Turn them over, 1907
The Queen turned angrily away from him and said to the Knave, Turn them over, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, pub. 1907 (colour lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Rumpelstiltskin, 1909

Rumpelstiltskin, 1909
Round the fire an indescribably ridiculous little man was leaping, hopping on one leg, and singing. Rumpelstiltskin from The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm, pub. 1909 (lithograph)

Background imageArthur Rackham 1867 1939 Collection: Frequently see strange sights, and hear music and voices in the air

Frequently see strange sights, and hear music and voices in the air.. from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving (1783 - 1859), pub. 1928 (colour lithograph)



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