Arthur Rackham

Immerse yourself in the magical world of Arthur Rackham's illustrations. Discover the captivating beauty and intricate details of his artwork that will transport you to a whimsical realm.
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Arthur Rackham (1867 – 1939) is widely regarded as one of the leading illustrators from the 'Golden Age' of British book illustration which encompassed the years from 1900 until the start of the First World War. Arthur Rackham's works have become very popular since his death, both in North America and Britain. His images have been widely used by the greeting card industry and many of his books are still in print or have been recently available in both paperback and hardback editions. His…

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Arthur Rackham (English, 1867-1939) leading 'Golden Age' illustrator. “Undine” (novella) by Friedrich de la Motte FouquéI - Undine, a water spirit, marries a knight in order to gain a soul. Contains some themes similar to “The Little Mermaid” by Hans Christian Andersen. Read online: archive.org/stream/undine00lamo#page/n7/mode/2up

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illustration by Arthur Rackham, Queen Cassiopeia offended sea nymphs, the Nereids, by boasting Andromeda was more beautiful than they. Only Andromeda’s sacrifice would appease the sea god, Poseidon. She was chained to a rock and left for a sea monster. Perseus flew by on Pegasus, fell in love with Andromeda, and asked for her hand. King Cepheus agreed, and Perseus slew the monster. Collage, Fantasy Art, Art, Resim, Fantasy, Fine Art, Artist, Witch Aesthetic, Kunst

illustration by Arthur Rackham, British, 1867-1939, In Greek mythology Andromeda is the daughter of King Cephus and Queen Cassiopeia, who offended sea nymphs, the Nereids, by boasting Andromeda was more beautiful than they. Poseidon sent a sea monster to their kingdom. Only Andromeda’s sacrifice would appease the god. She was chained to a rock and left for the monster. Perseus flew by on Pegasus, fell in love with Andromeda, and asked for her hand. Cepheus agreed, and Perseus slew the…

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