Images to Tell a Story
Edmund Dulac ~ The Sleeping Beauty and Other Tales From the Old French ~ 1910 ~ via Myth & Moor
 
Edmund Dulac ~ Drop-Of-Crystal was too Busy to Speak ~ Fairies I Have Met ~ 1910 ~ via Art of Narrative on Facebook
Edmund Dulac ~ But Nicolette One Night Escaped ~ Edmund Dulac’s Picture-Book for the French Red Cross ~ c1916 ~ from Art of Narrative on Facebook ~ If you enjoy golden age illustration from classic fairy tales, and the best in golden age artists & illustrators, please “like” my new Facebook page, Art of Narrative, to receive notification of new blog posts, and links to high resolution originals.

Edmund Dulac ~ She Smiled At Him ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library
She smiled at him very graciously when he was introduced to her. ~ Illustration for Princess Orchid’s Party

Edmund Dulac ~ Book Cover ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library

Edmund Dulac ~ Frontispiece ~ I Want To Be A Nightingale ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library
"Please," she said. "I want to be a nightingale." ~ Illustration for The Bird of Shadows And The Sun-Bird

Edmund Dulac ~ He Held Out The Little Shell ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library
He held out the little shell in the beam of coloured light. ~ Illustration for The Sea-Fairy And The Land-Fairy

Edmund Dulac ~ The Silver Of The Moonshine-Fairies ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library
And because the silver of the moonshine-fairies is very light he was able to carry a great deal of it. ~ Illustration for The Cloud That Had No Lining

Edmund Dulac ~ Drop-of-Crystal Was Too Busy ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library
Drop-of-Crystal was too busy to speak. ~ Illustration for The Fairies Who Changed Places