Images to Tell a Story
Margaret Rice Oxley ~ The Sheperdess
Margaret Rice Oxley ~ The Dandelion Fairy
Margaret Rice Oxley ~ The Winds Fly Fast to Their Home ~ 20th Century ~ via
Margaret Rice Oxley ~ The End of the Story ~ 20th Century ~ via
Margaret Rice Oxley ~ A Voyage of Dreams ~ 20th Century ~ via
The Little Fairy 
19th century chromolithographic illustration
Anne Anderson ~ Her True Love ~ Aucassin and Nicolete ~ 1911 ~ via
'To the chamber then went they,There where Nicholete did stay,When her true love she did see,Never one so glad as she.’
Anne Anderson ~ Little Lonely Wight ~ Aucassin and Nicolete ~ 1911 ~ via
'On the window marble-dightLeaned the little lonely wight.She had hair all golden-bright,Brows as fine as fine could be.Clear her face and oval-wise.Never fairer met your eyes!’
Anne Anderson ~ Down the Garden ~ Aucassin and Nicolete ~ 1911 ~ via
'Took her gown in one hand before and theother hand behind, and tucked up her skirt becauseof the dew which she saw was heavy on the grass,and escaped down the garden.’
Anne Anderson ~ Fair Children ~ Aucassin and Nicolete ~ 1911 ~ via
"Fair children," said she, "do you know Aucassin the son of  the Count Garrin of Biaucaire?”
Anne Anderson ~ His Sweet Love ~ Aucassin and Nicolete ~ 1911 ~ via
'Aucassins was in the castle of Torelore greatlyat his ease and pleasure, for he had with himNicolete, his sweet love whom he loved so dear…’
Violet Oakley (1874-1961) ~ There is no Frigate like a Book ~ c1900 ~ via The Pictorial Arts
Katharine Cameron (1874-1965) ~ In Fairyland ~ Cover Art ~ 1904
"She was happy all day long in fairyland."
Mabel Lucie Attwell ~ The never bird. ~ Peter Pan and Wendy by J. M. Barrie ~ Charles Scribner’s Sons ~ 1921 ~ via Animation Archive
Mabel Lucie Attwell ~ The Pirate Ship. When he had freed Wendy. ~ Peter Pan and Wendy by J. M. Barrie ~ Charles Scribner’s Sons ~ 1921 ~ via Animation Archive