Images to Tell a Story
'Dick Whittington and his cat' by Charles Robinson, ca 1930.


Description: 'Dick Whittington and His Cat' is an English folk tale… It tells of a poor boy in the 14th century who becomes a wealthy merchant and eventually the Lord Mayor of London because of the ratting abilities of his cat. Source
Perseus and Andromeda by Gustave Moreau c. 1870 oil on panel
Bristol City Museums and Art Gallery
Beatrice Goldsmith ‘Watching the Fairies’ 1925 watercolour on paper by Plum leaves on Flickr.
 Beatrice Goldsmith [English artist 1895-1947] Click image for 886 x 719 size.
Womanhood (1925) by Thomas Edwin Mostyn
Odilon Redon, Yellow Tree Against a Yellow Background 1901
William Henry Margetson - The Lady of the House
Harpist. Greek Virgins series (1900). Raphael Kirchner (Austrian, Art Nouveau, 1876-1917). Publisher Theodor Stroefer. Lithograph with metallic pigment on card stock. Postcard.
Kirchner produced over a thousand published paintings and drawings, mostly in the form of picture postcards. Kirchner’s often mildly erotic paintings of feminine beauty, in convenient postcard and magazine page form, were among the early pin-ups favored by European and American soldiers in WW I.
Peacock Dress - W.T.Benda ~1920
Frank Cheyne Papé ~ Little Blue Flower ~ The Diamond Fairy Book ~ c1911 ~ viaNow he could reach up and touch Swanhild’s hands.
Frank Cheyne Papé ~ The Princess Who Despised All Men ~ The Diamond Fairy Book ~ c1911 ~via
Upon the back of his noble steed the Princegallantly lifted his beautiful charge.
Frank Cheyne Papé ~ Ringfalla Bridge ~ The Diamond Fairy Book ~ c1911 ~via
And then little Kirsten came smiling out of the water.
Frank Cheyne Papé ~ Title Page ~ The Diamond Fairy Book ~ c1911 ~via
Frank Cheyne Papé ~ How Sampo Lappelill Saw the Mountain KIng ~ The Diamond Fairy Book ~ c1911 ~via
"That, O King, is a lie as big as yourself!" exclaimed Sampo.