Some more Arthur Rackham illustrations

Arthur Rackham

I found some Arthur Rackham illustrations from Lamb’s Tales of Shakespeare to celebrate the bard’s birthday on 23rd April.

A very special person told me how much she’d enjoyed re-acquainting with Arthur Rackham, and I did too.

So, here are some more Rackham illustrations; hope you enjoy them.

Rapunzel

Arthur Rackham
image credit: Arthur Rackham [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The Frog Prince

Arthur Rackham
image credit: Arthur Rackham [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

British Ballads – Hind Horn

Arthur Rackham
image credit: Arthur Rackham [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Allerleirauh

I hadn’t ever come across the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale, Allerleirauh, but found it here. It’s quite shocking and I doubt it would be included in a fairy tale collection any more.

Allerleirauh_by_Arthur_Rackham
image credit: By Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The Lady and the Lion

Arthur Rackham
image credit: Arthur Rackham [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
There are lots more Arthur Rackham illustrations on the Wikicommons website if you follow this link.

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